Pictures – Gloucester Junior Cricket presentation

GLOUCESTER Junior Cricket Association held its presentation day on Saturday.
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Pictures – Gloucester Junior Cricket presentation Milo Cricket players with program coordinators Harry Clarke and Callan Radford.

Under 14s Player of the Year James McLeod.

Under 16s award winners Blake Steadman, Ben Reynolds, Scott Wilson, Andrew Hughes, Brodie O’Brien, Jye Barkwill and Harry Clarke.

Kanga cricket award winners.

Under 14s Encouragement Award winners Sam Wilson, Kayden Schuman and Joe Forrester.

Under 14s Most Valuable Players Kane Davis, Darcy Allardice and Drew Stone.

Hat-trick award recipient Lucas Summerville.

Under 14s runners-up.

Under 14s winners.

TweetFacebookKanga: Encouragement Award Asher Baker;Player of the Year Jack Bignell and Logan Farley.

Under14s: Most Valuable Players Darcy Allardice,Drew Stone, Cameron Dunlop and Kane Davis;Encouragement Awards Sam Wilson, Kayden Schumann and Joe Forrester;Hat-trick Lucas Summerville;Player of the Year James McLeod.

Under 16s: Encouragement Award Andrew Hughes;Batting AggregateHarry Clarke;Bowling Aggregate Jye Barkwill;Fielding Award Brodie O’Brien;Rep Player Ben Reynolds;Brook Award Josh Wilson;Player of the Year Blake Steadman;Hat-trick Ben Reynolds.

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Jury to decide woman’s fate over break in and setting fire to house charges

DAY IN COURT: A woman will stand trial over a break-in, theft and fire.KIM Muir, 54, was committed for trial in Orange Local Court on Monday over the break-in at a house in Clinton Street in March last year where items were stolen and the premises damaged by fire.
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Magistrate Terry Lucas in committing Muir for trial in the District Court in Orange told the accused he was of the opinion “a reasonably instructed jury” had a chance of convicting Muir.

Muir faced the court charged with four offences relating to the break-in and pleaded guilty to goods in custody suspected of being stolen, which was one of the charges.

On that count she was fined $300.

Director of Public Prosecutions solicitor Talitha Hennessey told the court the DPP had elected to run with the charges of break and enter and break and enter a house and destroy property in the District Court.

The fourth charge of damage property by fire was originally a back-up charge.

In committing Muir for trial Mr Lucas told the accused he had to ask her several questions and she wasn’t to answer until she deferred to her solicitor.

Mr Lucas also told Muir anything she decided to say in court on Monday could be taken down and used in evidence against her.

Police say Muir broke into the house by removing a flyscreen and smashing a window to gain entry.

During the break-in the accused allegedly stole several items, including a microwave oven.

The case has been listed for the next sitting of Orange District Court on April 29.

A date for the trial will then be determined.

Muir will be allowed to remain on bail until her next court appearance.

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Business Woman of the YearPHOTOS

Enterprising Women Whyalla recently hosted its Business Woman of the Year award dinner on March 12.
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The event was held at the Mount Laura Homestead conference centre with a great attendance from men and women in the community.

Dinner was beautifully catered for by Head Catering and guests were captivated by the success story of former local, Cindy Westphalen.

Since her time in WhyallaCindy has built her catering business, Cindy’s Classic Gourmet, to be an award winning company that works in conjunction with a number of Adelaide businesses to cater and set-up for events and functions.

Talking about embracing social media, Cindy discussed her experience with launching her own iPhone and iPad app, Wedding Girl.

Cindy has also published two books with her second book, Whyalla to Weddings, coming soon.

The night concluded with the highly anticipated announcement of this year’s business woman of the year which went to Harsco Metals operations shift coordinator Ashleigh Stiling.

Business Woman of the Year | PHOTOS Rochelle Whitford, Tiffany Ollington, Brianna Chappell and Emma Garonne.

Pam Zubrinich and Janet Sawyer.

Harsco Metals table (back, from left) Elaine McLauchlan, Rattanaporn Jones, Ashleigh Stiling,Michael Jones, Ros Cass, Tim Stiling, (front) Brian McLauchlan, Shaun Dunshea and Paul Cass.

(Back, from left) Senator Ann Ruston, Bernadette Abraham, member of the Legislative Council Andrew McLachlan, Cindy Westphalen, (front) Stephen Abraham, Tanya Parker, Barbara and Tom Derham.

(Back, from left) Rochelle Whitford, Tiffany Ollington, Jane Owens, Val Callaghan, Vickie Castle and Jenny Knight.

Cate Rodda, Sharon Harris, Fiona Garde, Tamra Enbom and Emma Garonne.

Paula Wilson and Sandy Jones.

(Back, from left) Jane McGrath, Jenny Barnes, Paula Zbierski, Michelle Wilbey, Yvonne Rodda, (front) Majorie Hollingworth, Kathryn Hollingworth and Cathy Taylor.

(Back, from left) Bev Boath, Karen Graham, Paulette Green, Michele Hart, Elaine Laird, Trish Munn, (front) Anne Bateman, Marion Norman, Karen Casagrande and Anne Rosewarne.

Narelle McWhinney, Leeanne Trager and Trudy Claxton.

(Back, from left) Andrew Richardson, Kristy Bell, Mandy Smallacombe, Adrian Smallacombe, Alison Hams, Mark Tempany, (front) Greg Flanegan, Michael Westphalen and Ange Smith.

(Back, from left) Leeanne Traeger, Narelle McWhinney, Trudy Claxton, Tricia Gerahty, Majorie Hollingworth, Judy Matchett, (front) Clare McLaughlin, Audrey Pyett, Annie Paterson and Joanne Marshall.

Trish Kratz, Wendy Bentz and Aileen Hewitson.

Whyalla Business woman of the year Ashleigh Stiling.

Tim Stiling, Ros Cass, Ashleigh Stiling and Paul Cass.

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Magpie stars go to school

PIES CHAT: Mason Cox and Tyson Goldsack.FOR the past two days Collingwood players have invaded Bendigo, with their entire senior squad exploring the region as part of its Community Camp.
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A lucky group of Weeroona College Bendigo students got a chance to speak with two Magpies players, Tyson Goldsack and Mason Cox.

Both players are in different stages of their careers, Goldsack a premiership player who has played 124 games for Collingwood, while Cox is an international rookie, who pulled on the black and white jumper for the first time in Sunday’s NAB Challenge game.

Students spent about an hour talking with the pair, asking questions about their achievements and how the game has changed over the years.

Goldsack,in his ninth year with the Pies, spoke to students aboutmaking the right decisions, whether it be on or off the field.

“It is about choosing the right path and understanding the ramifications of what you do,” he said.

“It is about making the right decisions, especially when it comes to social media.”

Cox, who has a mechanical engineering degree,also spoke about the importance of school and going to university.

“A degree never expires, so you can always fall back on that,” he said.

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Coota pride for Jack’s Ride 

Coota pride for Jack’s Ride  SO MUCH SUPPORT: It was a big moment for the community-minded 12-year-old when Jack Douglas arrived back to a park full of his school buddies.
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BIG MOMENT: Jack Douglas makes his way through the hoard of students on hand to cheer him on as he entered Albert Park.

FAMILY MOMENT: The Godbier family on board the vintage truck accompany Jai back into town.

GO JACK: Students cheer on Jack as he makes his way through the park.

OF THE MOMENT: The Godbier family with Jack including Jai Godbier, Mick, Jack Douglas, Raylene Godbier and Koby.

WELL DONE: The group of Bicycle Users Group members who rode with Jack during his fundraising ride.

HERE HE COMES: Jack Douglas rides into Albert Park.

COULDN’T BE PROUDER: Mum Rhonda has a blast supporting her son Jack.

GO JACK: Students made signs to show their support for Jack and the Godbiers as he rode along the Cootamundra Public School boundary.

SUPPORT: Students show support as Jack Douglas makes his way into town.

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