The Mail: Godolphin hold fire on Ambience as VRC Oaks beckons

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Godolphin will wait until Monday to make a decision on whether Ambience, a half-sister to two-year-old triple crown winner Pierro, lines up in the VRC Oaks on Thursday. John O’Shea’s filly trounced her Wakeful Stakes rivals on Saturday and had bookmakers scrambling to make her an equal $4 second favourite. “I’m leaning towards running,” O’Shea said. “She has done very well at home so we’ll have to have a chat to [Godolphin Australia boss Henry Plumptre]. At this stage I wouldn’t see why she wouldn’t run. She had done very well at home and we came here optimistic in the hope she would improve dramatically. She’s got a lovely turn of foot for a staying filly.” Wakeful Stakes runner-up Beluga Blue will skip the Oaks, but Gerald Ryan’s Muzyka and the Jim Cassidy-ridden Dawnie Perfect will push on after finishing third and fourth respectively.

Rawiller backs Mahuta for Guineas

Brad Rawiller endorsed the progressive Mahuta as an Australian Guineas contender after a fighting win to open the Derby Day program. The colt was unraced two months ago but has racked up three wins from five starts and a second stakes success in a row after fighting hard under Rawiller, who only picked up the ride after Mark Zahra’s suspension. “That’s a really good chance with this preparation behind his back,” Rawiller said of the Australian Guineas. “It might be worth aiming for and Darren [Weir] will be looking into that. That was a real sharp burst and then he had to tough it out which he did. I had the horse underneath me to do it and he’s definitely progressing the right way.” Mahuta had a neck to spare on the line from Patch Adams with favourite Bassett, which loomed to win, a short-half head back in third.

Oliver’s inside surprise

Damien Oliver surprised everyone by getting up on the fence to win Saturday’s Guvera Stakes on Disposition – and most importantly James McDonald. “I thought I was on the fence, I didn’t think anything was come up on the inside and beat me,” McDonald said after being beaten a neck by Disposition on San Diego. Oliver didn’t go around a horse to score. “I got there without doing too much and he really had something to give,” Oliver said. “It was a really good win.” It was the old firm of Oliver and Lee Freedman back together and Freedman was in awe of the ride. “I didn’t think I would be talking to [the media]. On the turn last on the fence over 1400 metres is not the ideal spot, but he knew what he was doing,” Freedman said. Disposition is likely to head to Perth for next month’s Railway Stakes.

Rough trot for Bosson

Opie Bosson’s week went from bad to worse after losing the Emirates Stakes ride on Turn Me Loose on Derby Day. The Caulfield Cup-winning rider was outed for 10 meetings on a careless riding charge stemming from Charmed Harmony in the third. He had only two days earlier heard the then-Melbourne Cup second favourite Mongolian Khan had endured a bout of colic and was scratched from Tuesday’s big race while Godolphin’s booking of the New Zealander for Magic Hurricane in the Mackinnon Stakes also fell by the wayside when The Metropolitan winner was scratched. Tommy Berry and Damian Lane were both hit with seven meeting suspensions out of the Mackinnon Stakes while Joe Azzopardi copped a 12 meeting ban for causing a skirmish nearing the turn in the Victoria Derby. All will be available to ride on Melbourne Cup day. James McDonald was also fined $1000 for striking Contributer three more times than allowed before the 100-metre mark in the Mackinnon Stakes.

Bailey goes unrecognised

Victoria’s chief steward, Terry Bailey, has had plenty on his plate this week, but was perplexed with the lack of recognition he received from Sydney riders returning to scale. He quizzed James McDonald and Brenton Avdulla on why they don’t afford racing’s sheriff a small acknowledgment in return. “Hugh Bowman usually does it and I must find out what’s going on up there,” Bailey said. Avdulla said at Randwick most riders returned to scale in the Theatre Of The Horse away from the winner’s stall and chief steward. “Most of the time I just get off,” Avdulla said.

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Former coach reveals Josh Hazlewood is modelled on Glenn McGrath

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Inspiration: Josh Hazlewood’s junior coach says the young tearaway’s action was based on Glenn McGrath. Photo: Ryan PierseEighty-year-old John Muller, a fast-bowling coach and musician from the bush, revealed there’s good reason why some people might see more than a touch of Glenn McGrath in his former student, Josh Hazlewood . . . his action is based on the pace great.
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Hazlewood, who is understood to be in a duel with Victoria’s Peter Siddle for the third fast-bowler’s spot in Australia’s attack for this week’s opening Test against New Zealand, is, like McGrath, a product of the NSW bush and Muller insisted the 24-year-old’s unerring accuracy and uncomplicated action is by design.

“I always studied delivery actions and I taught him, like all of the cricketers I coached, an action that best suited them,” Muller said. “I taught Josh and it was Glenn McGrath’s action I taught him.”

Muller, who was a bush terror in his prime – unleashing his left-arm swing specials against the likes of Keith Miller, Arthur Morris and Richie Benaud when the NSW team visited Gunnedah in 1954 and spearheading the NSW Country attack against the 1960 West Indies – remembers Hazlewood as a keen pupil who took his creed “the harder you work, the luckier you get” to heart.

“When I had Josh he was one of the keenest young guys, he was very dedicated and when he left for Sydney I thought he was ready to go,” he said. “I thought he had that ‘something’ and I’m pleased to see how he’s moved on.”

McGrath, who took 563 Test wickets at 21.64, has joked every tall and skinny fast bowler draws comparisons to him when they break into first-class cricket but Muller can’t help but to smile when he hears people compare the pair.

“I was pleased when I heard it mentioned Josh was similar to McGrath after the New Zealand game in the World Cup,” he said.

Hazlewood, who was named man of the match in the Matador Cup final and who took 2-20 and 3-23 in the Blues’ crushing Sheffield Shield “pink ball” win over South Australia, admitted it felt special to be compared to McGrath before recalling Muller’s training sessions.

“It’s flattering when you read your name in the same sentence as McGrath and you’re being compared to him, it means you’re going all right,” he said. “Although, I try not to read too much into it.

“When I was younger I wanted to do everything, to be an all-rounder, but as you get older fast bowling picks you. John coached me when I was 12 through to 15, I’d catch up with him once a fortnight with a group of other fast bowlers and it was good competition at the time.”

Hazlewood has come a long way since he made his debut for NSW in 2008 as a 17-year-old who opened the bowling against New Zealand at the SCG. He finished the match with 2-53 and 2-23, some good reviews and his eyes opened to a new world.

“I just tried to treat it as another game of cricket,” he said. “I didn’t know what to expect, I came down to Sydney for the game, and the biggest part was it went for four days rather than the one-day stuff we played in Tamworth.

“That was the biggest shock, fronting up for four days in a row, and learning even though you get pretty sore you have to keep pushing through it. But it was pretty exciting to be bowling to seasoned Test cricketers like Ross Taylor. I learned from that game to just keep doing what you know best, to keep it simple and to enjoy it.”

Hazlewood, who was rested during the first four games of the recent Matador Cup by Cricket Australia after his massive workload – he bowled during 50 of the 52 weeks that coincided with the end of the Ashes series –  said he’d welcome an opportunity to get the chance to return to the Australian pace attack after being dropped for the final Test of the Ashes series.

“I love the longer format, I think it’s the format that suits me most of all,” said Hazlewood, who took 5-68 and 2-74 against India during his Test debut at the Gabba last summer.

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Campese, Joel Monaghan endorse Elliott Whitehead as the next Pom to conquer NRL

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Joel Monaghan, Terry Campese and fellow former Canberra Raider Sami Sauiluma at the Terry Campese Charity Golf day at the Federal Golf Club. Photo: Rohan ThomsonFormer Canberra stars Terry Campese and Joel Monaghan believe more teams should follow the Raiders’ lead by snaring young English players in Super League, and endorsed Elliott Whitehead as the next “pom” to conquer the NRL.
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Hull KR skipper Campese branded former Catalans Dragon Whitehead, who has signed with Canberra for two years, as “one of the best attacking second rowers I’ve played against in a while”.

The Raiders struck Super League gold last season with Sia Soliola, who won their player of the year, and hooker Josh Hodgson.

Hodgson and Whitehead were both picked for England’s current Test series with New Zealand, and Whitehead’s Catalans teammate Jeff Lima will also bolster Canberra’s pack next year.

The influx of Englishmen into the NRL has gradually increased after the success of the Burgess brothers, Canterbury skipper James Graham, St George Illawarra playmaker Gareth Widdop and fellow Dragon Mike Cooper.

“The way the salary cap is going in the NRL there’s a lot of money to spend and the English kids are pretty much untouched,” Campese said.

“Playing over there this year I thought there was a lot of young talent that would be useful in the NRL and I reckon clubs here in the next few years will get those kids a bit earlier.”

Monaghan, who recently signed with Castleford after five years with Warrington, agrees more clubs will be rewarded if they take a punt on British talent.

“With the English players I think it’s a bit untapped,” Monaghan said.

“Every British player who has come down [to NRL] has really impressed and I think that’s probably a move they’ll start doing, looking at the younger players in England and getting them down here as quick as they can.”

Campese has no doubt Whitehead will emulate Hodgson and adapt easily to the NRL.

“I reckon he’s one of the best attacking second rowers I’ve played against in a while,” Campese said.

“If he can bring that and adapt to the NRL, I think he’ll be a great buy for the club.

“You’ve got Papa [Josh Papalii] and Sia [as their starting back rowers]. It’s a headache you like to have but, he’ll definitely be there somewhere in the 17.

“We [Hull KR] had to do a lot of homework on him because he has a bit of everything.

“He does chip kicks and grubbers, catches high balls and has a dangerous offload.”

Monaghan feels the 26-year-old’s creativity will fit in well in a Raiders side who proved themselves as one of the NRL’s best attacking teams this year.

“He’s a real good player, there was a lot of clubs who were after him over there,” Monaghan said.

“He has a knack of finding the try line, is good on cross kicks and I reckon it’s a great buy.”

Monaghan was in Canberra on Friday for Campese’s annual charity golf day, which raises money for his foundation.

More than 30 golf professionals, including Peter O’Malley, took part.

“After today we’ll see how much money we raise and where it’s best used before I go back to England,” Campese said.

“There are a lot of people out there who need help and that’s what today’s about.”

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Japonisme finally delivers the cerise a group 1 for Chris Waller

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Jockey Glyn Schofield riding Japonisme wins the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington Racecourse. Photo: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images
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Jockey Glyn Schofield riding Japonisme wins the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington Racecourse. Photo: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

Jockey Glyn Schofield riding Japonisme wins the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington Racecourse. Photo: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

Jockey Glyn Schofield riding Japonisme wins the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington Racecourse. Photo: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images

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The bold cerise colours that ruled Crown Lodge for so long shocked the operation’s new owners on what was supposed to be the coronation of Godolphin star Exosphere at Flemington on Saturday.

Japonisme took a rails run to take out the Coolmore Stud Stakes as Exosphere floundered into fourth on the soft track. It gave Ingham Racing its first group 1 since selling the giant racing operation.

The Inghams had moved their horses to Chris Waller before he was the overwhelming force in Australian racing but have had to wait until well into his 50s in group 1 wins for their turn. But good things come to those who are patient.

“We always knew it would come and it was always going to come when you least expected,” Lyn Ingham said. “We were up against Exosphere, he is a super horse.

“We thought he was just coming running for second. But when you least expect it, it comes and it is fantastic.”

The joy for the Ingham family overflowed. “It is sweet when you have to wait that long,” Robbie Ingham said. “Dad will be at home cheering. We have come to the races so many times thinking this will be the day but we didn’t think that today and look what happened.”

Japonisme burst through along the rails, which was an advantage all day, and raced away to win by 1-1/2 lengths from Keen Array, with stablemate Counterattack another three-quarters of a length back in third.

Exosphere was a further two lengths away in fourth, leaving big bets of $200,000, $100,000 and $50,000 in the bookies’ bags. James McDonald said he just failed to handle the soft conditions.

“I got out at the 400m and I thought he was just going to win,” McDonald said. “He just didn’t let go in the conditions.”

Exosphere will be spelled and miss the Darley Classic as will Japonisme, which become Waller’s third straight winner of the Coolmore Stud Stakes.

“I think you’ve got to prepare well for it, which we did,” Waller said. “He’s been down here, he had a nice quiet jump-out which has been a proven formula for our horses in the past three years of the race.

“We hadn’t changed anything and I think that’s been a big help knowing what works and maybe what doesn’t.”

The big Choisir gelding is starting to make a habit of knocking off stallion prospects after Waller declared him a group 1 horse back in August. A lot has been made of the size of Exosphere but Japonisme is more like a tank and bullocked his way clear for Glyn Schofield

“He is big and strong and it was a tight run to take but once he got through he was very powerful to the line,”  Schofield said. “He has beaten Vancouver and Exosphere now and they are both considered stars but he is still under the radar.”

“Mr [Bob] Ingham sitting at home will be exceptionally proud and I know he’s very proud of his family,” Waller said. “I spoke to him [on Friday] and I know he would have absolutely loved that.

“The Ingham family have been great supporters of mine. They came to me even before I won my first group 1. The owners knocked back a sizeable offer for the horse and I put my reputation on the line because I told them he was a group 1 horse.”

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Underwater sonar to test if Rainbow Beach collapse linked to earthquakes

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As captured by Higgins Storm Chasers, the erosion-hole that claimed a caravan and a car at Inskip Point, and triggered the evacuation of 140 campers. Photo: Kieren Hudson/Higgins Storm Chasers Sand collapse swallowed a large chunk of the camping area on Inskip Point, taking with it a caravan, camper trailer and one vehicle. Photo: Sunshine Coast Daily
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Underwater sonar surveys of the erosion-prone Sunshine Coast beach that sensationally collapsed in the middle of the night in September will determine if the Rainbow Beach collapse is linked to earthquakes.

There have been 15 earthquakes or earth tremors in Fraser Coast and Sunshine Coast region since July when a 5.4 magnitude earthquake came from the geographic plate off Fraser Island on July 30.

They include earthquakes and after-shocks of 5.4, 5.3 and 5.1 magnitude in late July and a 5.7 magnitude tremor on August 1, toning down to a smaller 3.3 aftershock on September 17.

About 140 people were evacuated at a popular Rainbow Beach camping ground on September 27 after sand slipped into the ocean, swallowing a car, a caravan, a camping trailer and tents.

A 150-metre long and 50 metre wide sinkhole opened up at MV Beagle Campground, north of Queensland’s Rainbow Beach at Inskip Point.

A preliminary report given to Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Services describes the sand collapse as a “near-shore landslide”, triggered by erosion and strong tides.

The preliminary investigation does not link the collapse to earthquakes, a spokesman for the National Parks and Wildlife Service said.

“Queensland’s Parks and Wildlife Service will receive a geotechnical survey report in November,” the spokesman said.

“However, Inskip Point has been mapped by scientists as an erosion-prone area and periodic erosion events are to be expected,” he said.

“At this stage, they are not considered to be related to earthquake events.”

In October hydrographic surveys mapped the underwater shores of the “near-shore landslide” and results will also be available in November, the spokesman said.

“Hydrographic and side-sonar surveys from a vessel which maps the near-shore slopes were completed between 15–17 October,” he said.

“The Parks and Wildlife Service will receive a final report once data have been compiled and we expect that report in November.”

The November geo-technical report due next month will also outline if further geotechnical studies are needed.

“Once the report is received QPWS can make decisions on whether further studies into the underlying causes of the instability affecting this section of coast, are required to provide guidance on how to manage the area into the future.”

The rare incident – that captured the imagination of world media – is classified as a “near-shore landslide”, caused by erosion from strong tides, the preliminary study has found.

“While these events are rare, they are part of the dynamic coastal processes that shape our coast,” Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service found.

“There has been no further erosion since the days after the original sand collapse and tidal action is expected to gradually return the sand to the beach,” the spokesman said.

“Geological experts have advised that as tidal actions deposit sand back into the hole caused by the near-shore landslide, the area will become more stable.”

However the camping ground where caravans and camping equipment disappeared into a four-metre deep hole in the middle of the night remains closed.

“The MV Beagle campground and the eastern section of Sarawak campground, where the landslide occurred, are closed and will remain closed until further notice,” the spokesman said.

“The immediate area where the landslide occurred has been secured and barricaded and safety warning signs have been installed to reduce the risk to the public.”

Queensland’s Parks and Wildlife Service said there was no need to find a new camping ground on Inskip Point near Rainbow Beach.

“No, while the MV Beagle campground and the eastern section of Sarawak campground are closed, campers are able to stay at all other campgrounds in the Inskip Peninsula Recreation Area,” the spokesman said.

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QUT students team up with US colleagues to escape

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Students from two countries must collaborate to exit their escape rooms. Photo: Supplied Students from two countries must collaborate to exit their escape rooms. Photo: Supplied
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Students from two countries must collaborate to exit their escape rooms. Photo: Supplied

Students from two countries must collaborate to exit their escape rooms. Photo: Supplied

Students from two countries must collaborate to exit their escape rooms. Photo: Supplied

Halloween is nearly upon us and this year Queensland students need you to save the world.

The project is a collaboration between QUT students and California Polytechnic State University, using a new craze from America called escape rooms.

The idea of escape rooms, where you have a limited amount of time to solve puzzles and find clues to escape, have become very popular in North America over the last few years.

Although escape rooms are popping up in some areas of Australia, the project has a twist making it a possible world first.

Whilst in normal escape rooms you have no contact to the outside world, in this version you have to work together with not only your teammates but also with people from the other side of the world.

At a set time the Australian players will enter the room at SLQ’s The Edge at South Bank, whilst on the other side of the world, students at the California Polytechnic State University will also head into their own room.

Ciera Dixons, a student at the California Polytechnic State University, said the two rooms had similar designs.

“We designed the whole thing into a haunted house, it kind of embodies our character, Dr Richard Adams, who decoded the alien language,” she said.

“So it’s 2pm your time, but it is 9pm our time. Lucky enough college kids are willing to stay up late to do something fun”

A video link allows communication between the two rooms and the two groups must collaborate to pass the challenge.

“It’s your job to solve the puzzles that are hidden in the rooms, split between Australia and the United States and decode this application we have created, to send a message to the aliens and tell them not to invade earth,” Ms Dixon said.

The project has entirely been organised by the students themselves, all filling different roles including design and communication.

David Shaw, a master’s student at QUT, has worked on the project in Brisbane with eight other Australian students, and says it has been a rewarding experience.

“It’s been great. You don’t get to do these kind of cross cultural, cross continental projects very often at uni. We have all really learnt a lot,” he said.

“There are six puzzles that you need to solve to escape from the room. Each of the puzzles gives you a clue to the final one which you need to solve to call off the aliens.”

So you just need to find the mad scientist’s messages, break the code, and save the earth.

All sessions have sold out, but the group is looking to continue the project next year.

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Basketball: Queensland Stars win intense clash against Sydney Uni Flames

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Stars guard Lauren Mansfield. Photo: Joshua PatersonThe South East Queensland Stars won an intense WNBL clash with the Sydney Uni Flames in overtime, 97-89, on Friday night at the Logan Metro Sports Centre.
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The Stars were made to work hard for their fourth win by a skilled Flames side who jumped out to a 13-point lead in the first quarter.The Stars rallied following a timeout by coach Shane Heal, but the Flames took a 32-25 lead into the second quarter.

The Stars continued to trail through the second quarter, but closed to within three at the half, 46-43.

The Stars stalked the lead in the third quarter, but the Flames hot shooting enabled them to stay in front, 69-65, with the final quarter ahead.

Substitute Nadeen Payne was crucial to the Stars third quarter effort, scoring a number of key baskets, finishing the quarter and the match with 15 points, nine of which came in the third.

The Stars finally drew level at 69-all on two Denesha Stallworth free throws with eight minutes left, Rachel Jarry putting her team ahead 76-73 with a massive three pointer soon after.

The Flames fought back to snatch back the lead 84-83 with less than a minute to go but Ify Ibekwe was able to tie the match from the free throw line with five seconds left.

Jarry, Ibekwe and emerging star Lauren Mansfield steering their side home in the overtime with a number of clutch plays to the delight of the home crowd.

Stars captain Jarry said the fast break style her coach has instilled in the team has been key to the teams 4-1 start.

“That’s how we have got to attack teams, and we play that up-tempo style, Shane has kind of brought a boys style to our game, which had us getting fit really quick, but it’s winning us games,” she said.

The Opals star was full of praise for the consistency of young point guard Mansfield.

“There is quality point guards in every team so for her to come and play huge minutes, she is doing so awesome, I hope that the Opals coaches are looking out because that’s the kind of form that she is in, we certainly wouldn’t be 4-1 without the class that she is showing,” she said.

Heal echoed her thoughts on the young Mansfield who is leading the team in the absence of injured star Erin Phillips.

“I’ve spoken to Brendan (Opals coach Brendan Joyce) about her development over this 10 week period, and people are aware of her now, but the key is being able to do it for the long haul, and that’s a really big challenge but we believe in her,” he said.

Jarry finished with 27 points while Mansfield had 16 points and five assists. Towering Sydney import Carolyn Swords led Sydney with 25 points.

The Stars’ next game is on the road against Bendigo on November 7.

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2015 Ulverstone Show| pictures, photos.

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2015 Ulverstone Show| pictures, photos. Ruth Butler of East Devonport driving Adephi Marshall’s Boy.
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Stephanie Clark of Cygnet and Caroline Bennett of Thirlstane being pulled by Matilda.

Colin Templar of Launceston rides the Enerys storm without holding on.

Hudson Ives 3yrs of Ulverstone.

Hudson Ives 3yrs of Ulverstone.

Rihanna Riley 4yrs of Ulverstone.

Anthony Rowe of Deddington with (L-R) Herman and Daisy.

Anthony Rowe of Deddington with (L-R) Herman and Daisy.

Taysha Wheeler of Sisters Beach preparing to show Augustus.

8 year old Lilly Young of Ridgley tries to deal with a very stubbon cow in the cattle showing.

Haylee Winstone 6yrs of Devonport bouncing around.

(L-R)Jessica Clarke of Burnie and Abby Davis of Hobart.

(L-R)Elly Gleeson 12yrs of Ulverstone and Roxanne Andrews 12yrs of Penguin.

Maykeshia Tibble of Ulverstone with the monkey she won at the Show.

Rodney Springer of Relbia with a 1930’s powered hacksaw at the historic machinery display.

(L-R)Fiona Bishop of Latrobe, Amielia Henricksen 1 1/2yrs of Moriarty and Matilda Dawkins 5yrs of Latrobe.

Show girl competition divisional winners.

Show Lady Holly Brown 17yrs of Ulverstone.

Show Lady Holly Brown 17yrs of Ulverstone.

(L-R)Darby 4yrs, Michelle and Oscar Cock 5yrs all of Devonport.

(L-R)Will 3yrs, Ellie 11yrs, Lee and Tom Woodhouse all of Ulverstone.

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Ruth Butler of East Devonport driving Adephi Marshall’s Boy.

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BDCA Around the Grounds: October 31

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Golden Square celebrates the wickets of Strathfieldsaye opener Elijah Slatter. Picture: LUKE WEST6:19pm: My old mate Heath Behrens ain’t going to like me mentioning another chapter to his collection of scores in the nervous 90s, at least this one is a not out.
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He finished 94 n.o. in BUCCS 8-279 v Bendigo at QEO.

Mark Ryan and Nathan Fitzpatrick two wickets each for Bendigo.

5:59pm: Bendigo United 8-248 off 82 v Bendigo.

Behrens 69 n.o..

Mark Ryan and Nathan Fitzpatrick two wickets each.

5:43pm: Stumps for day at Dower Park, Kangaroo Flat 8-103 v Sandhurst, will continue innings next week.

5:38pm: Bendigo United 7-224 off 77 v Bendigo.

Behrens on 53, Podosky on 20.

5:37pm: Strathdale finish at 8-324 v Huntly.

Big chase for Power next week.

Andrew hosking top score with 110.

Brett Elvey 4-102 for Power.

5:25pm: Bendigo United 7-206. Behrens 49, Podosky 6.

5:20pm: Latest from All Seasons Oval is the Suns are 7-274 v Power.

Linton Jacobs on 26.

Jake DeAraugo on 0 in what I believe is his 100thfirst XI match.

5:17pm: Looks like Stanhope have had a good win over in the Goulburn Murray comp today. Give the Mainlain a follow on Twitter.

Us 2/84 off 21, Cowie 37* Haw 23*. Good win that keeps us in the mix.

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— Colbo Ducks CC (@ColboDuck) October 31, 2015Addyran fourth in the Victoria Derby at Flemington. Trained by Sutton Grange’s Brent Stanley.

5pm: Bendigo United 6-192 v Bendigo.

Heath Behrens still at crease on 43.

Last wicket to fall Corey Bicknell for 10, dismissed by James Ryan.

4:57pm: Strathdale 5-248.

Linton Jacobs on 10, Sam Johnston on 16.

4:10pm: Looks like a bit of action in the Colbo Ducks game against Goornong in NUCA.

4:42pm: Andrew Hosking out for 110, caught by Brodie McRae off Brett Elvey.

Strathdale now 5-232 off 69 v Huntly.

Elvey now has 3 wickets for the Power.

Brett Elvey.

4:41pm: Bendigo United 5-177 v Bendigo.

Heath Behrens on 34, Corey Bicknell on 4.

Bendigo United’s Heath Behrens.

4:33pm: Bendigo United 5-172 v Bendigo.

Heath Behrens on 29, Corey Bicknell on 4.

Five Bendigo players have a wicket each. Few more wickets for Nathan Fitzpatrick would be handy #BDCAchallenge

4:32pm: Rain delay at Kangaroo Flat, with the Roos 8-103 against Sandhurst.

4:31pm: Andrew Hosking has a ton for Strathdale. he’s 106 n.o. against Huntly.

Suns 4-219.

Major disappointment with my captain Ben DeAraugo out for 2, dismissed by Mick Hanson.

I think I might give this BDCA Challenge away. I’m cooked again.

Linton Jacobs 1 n.o.

4:14pm: Birthday boy Cameron Taylor out for 20 for the Suns.

In comes Ben DeAraugo. He’s my captain this round in BDCA Challenge.

Plenty of time for Rooey to get among the runs. Play well.

4:11pm:Last score from out at White Hills is Eaglehawk 2-120 v Demons.

Aaron Monro on 59 against his former side.

Anthony West made 47 for Hawks.

Apparently Myles Wade took screamer of catch to remove Monro.

4:10pm:Looks like a bit of action in the Colbo Ducks game against Goornong in NUCA.

@[email protected] Shane Murdoch going bonkers. Brings up his 50 with a 4 guided through slips. 0/80 off 15 #eatsomeweetbix#quack

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CONTEST: NRL player Billy McConnachie and Deadly Choices worker Sarah Gal encourage their team during the tug of war at the Deadly Choices Day. Picture: Bronwyn Wheatcroft
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Saturday’sDeadly Choices Day in Mount Isapromoted healthy living and healthy choices within the indigenous community.

More than 100 peopleattended theevent, includingNRL player Billy McConnachie, who spoke tochildrenand participated ina game of tug of war.

Gidgee HealingCEODallasLeon said the day featured plentyof healthy and positive activities.

“The highlight is having something positive for the community and seeing the kids get involved,” he said.

Born and bred Mount IsaNRL playerBilly McConnachie, who signed with the Wests Tigers last month,said it was great to come back to the city and talk to the kids about healthy choices.

“Growing up here, I think there is a lot of talent here,” he said.

“It is up to the individual to put in the hard work.If you do that, sooner or later you will succeed if you want it that much.”

Mr McConnachie said he wouldn’t be where he was now if notfor the support of his partner and family.

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