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First semi final
Mars: K. Deeringer, J. Denehy, K. Olsen and D. Ja-
cobsen 4/112 d Snickers: J. Handley, R. Avery, J. Zap-
pelli and K. Wilson 2/78.
Three game winner Debbie Jacobsen.
Second semi final
Kit Kat: K. Bentley, S. Turnbull (fill-in), M. Ford
(fill-in) and B. Simon 5/115 d Crunchie: C. Leggett, C.
Petterson, A. Hunter and J. Etherington 1/72.
Three game winners were Kristen Bentley and Marg
Coaches announced: Southern Suns Junior Football Club has announced its coaches for the 2016
season. Wayne Coulthard will coach the Under 16s, Anthony Sheedy is the Under 10s coach and Paul
Clavarino will take charge of the U12s. Jessica Mattern has taken on the job as assistant coach for the
youth girls with Jason Hobson who will coach that side. Absent: Russel Mitchell has been appointed
the U14 coach.
AS the kick off for season
2016 fast approaches Yar-
ram Thirds has its hopes
set high on a successful
With a full list of players
boasting some talented foot-
ballers the young Demons are op-
timistic of their chances this year.
Without sounding too confident
the lads are looking to playing fi-
nals and have been training hard
to that effect.
Coaches Jari McDonald and
Anthony Rodaughan have worked
the boys hard, with many of the
boys holding their own against
the seniors in intra club practice
At a dinner last week the De-
mons announced their leadership
group for the season ahead.
Jake Liversidge will captain
the side and Will Bodman and
Tom Jeffs will be vice captains.
Liam Bentley and Jacob Davis
join the group as it is expected that
several of the boys will be called
up for senior duties at various
points in the season.
Liversidge has already made
his senior debut booting sev-
eral goals against Glengarry last
Bodman and Jeffs have put in
terrific preparations and are sure
to be called upon after impressing
in the preseason.
Liam Bentley and Jacob Davis
also offer leadership and playing
“This squad has an even
spread of ability with all of the
boys accomplished and versatile
footballers,” said coach Jari after
Friday night’s training session.
“Many are capable of playing
in a range of positions and it will
surprise to see quite a few making
the step up to senior ranks.”
The young Demons will keep
their feet on the ground, working
hard and taking the season a week
at a time whilst keeping their eyes
on the finals.
Leadership group: Yarram Thirds leadership group, from left, Liam Bentley, Will Bodman (VC), Jari Mc Donald (Coach) Jake
Liversidge captain, Anthony Rodaughan coach, Tom Jeffs (VC) and Jacob Davis are looking forward to the upcoming season.
Yarram thirds announce leaders
TWELVE year old Charlie
Hanson is the toast of Wood-
side Primary School after he
qualified for the 12 year old, 50
metres breaststroke in the Zone
Swimming Championships to-
day at Sale.
Charlie, who is not a member of any
swimming squad or club, has achieved
his results through sheer determination
and love of swimming.
“I don’t belong to a swimming club,
but I have been swimming since I was
very little and I just love the water,”
Charlie is the first student to make
the Zone Swimming Championships
from Woodside since 1998.
Principal Anne Morris and class
teacher Daniel Phelps are thrilled he
will be representing the school.
Charlie’s road to the Zones in-
cluded winning the local Yarram and
District Primary School swimming
breaststroke event. Charlie made the
Yarram team to contest the Division
Championships which were also held
in Sale last week.
At these championships he was up
against students from Sale and Maffra,
Charlie finished third in his event with
a great time which saw him selected in
the District team to contest the Zone
Charlie will now swim against
champions from across Gippsland.
Charlie has been training for to-
day’s event, by swimming around the
jetty at McLoughlin’s Beach.
Prepared: Woodside Primary Student Charlie
Hanson is all set to compete in today’s Zone Swim-
ming Championships at the Sale swimming pool.
Charlie will be competing in the 50 metre breast-
stroke event in the 12 year age group.
Charlie set to swim
Stellar 3.9.102 d Grays 1.9.124: Daniel Kofoed
d Darren Roylance (sub) 3/2, Dave Cooper d Geoff
Morley 3/2 , Daniel O’Keefe d Dennis O’Keefe 3/2,
Sonia O’Keefe lt Glen Smith 0/3.
Prince 3.9.100 d Slazenger 1.5.91: Mick Dyke d
Trevor Crapper 3/0, Peter Gay d Brian Goodwin 3/2,
Colin Travers d Matt Canburn 3/0, Kieren Canburn lt
Hayden Smith 0/3.
Head 2.6.84 d Dunlop 2.6.79: Dean Cheshire lt
Bill Doherty 0/3, Hank Norman d Adrian Nuttall 3/0,
Tim Waugh lt Sue Dyke 0/3, Louis Nuttall d Pinto
Supper next week is Bill, Adrian, Sue and Pinto.
The bye is Dean, Hank, Tim and Louis.
Good luck to the players going to Maffra to play
the squash tournament.
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