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8th February 2018
Every Thursday 6pm-7:30pm
SENIORS PRE-SEASON TRAINING
@ Toora Netball Courts
TOORA NETBALL CLUB
-All players, current, new and old
Are invited to training-
Please contact Emily (0427833683) or
Sarah (0439871284) for any info
JUNIORS PRE-SEASON TRAINING
Thursday February 15 2018 4:30pm
This training is for all grades-
Under 17’s, 15’s, 13’s & 11’s
JUNIOR cricket finals will be played
over two Monday nights starting Febru-
ary 12 and again January 19.
Finals will be played at the Yarram Recreation Re-
serve commence at 5.15pm on each night.
State play Souths for the premiership with the
State guns in Collins, the Griffith brothers, the young
legend Ty Hall and a host of other talented youngsters
coming up against the equally capable South team led
by Tanner Chisholm, Bruiser Barron, Will Southwell
and the Brinker-Ritchie brothers just to name a few.
So if you are looking to see the stars of the future, head to
the Yarram Recreation Reserve next Monday evening.
Entry is free and a barbecue will be running
throughout the game.
DEVON hosted Devon North on Sat-
urday afternoon at the Alberton West
Recreation Reserve with Devon captain
Brayden Askew winning the toss and
sending the visitors into bat.
Devon North opened with father and son combina-
tion Brett and Jack Gay, and these two batted really well
to take the score to 29 before Kel Griffiths had Brett well
caught by David Brinker-Ritchie for 11.
Then Jack was removed, stumped by Corbin Suther-
land off the bowling of Shem Rendell for 16.
The wickets continued to tumble with the final score
being 44, to be fair Devon North was short of players
on the day.
Two wickets to Rendell and Ryan Coulthard were
the best for Devon.
Devon opened its innings with Corbin Sutherland
and Tyler Chisholm and quickly passed the score in the
The Devon North bowlers all stuck to their plans and
continued to bowl and field well for the full 40 overs.
Top scores for Devon were Corbin Sutherland with 82,
Ryan Coulthard with 31 and Brayden Askew with 24.
Devon North best bowlers were Mason Johnson two
for six, Piya one for 10 , Josh Wus one for 15 , Jack Gay
one for 24 ( and very unlucky not to have more) and Jar-
ryd LeBlanc one for 85.
Final scores: Devon eight for 196 defeated Devon
THE top of the table clash
between Binginwarri and
Tarraville on the weekend
began with Bingi’s captain
Welles Jenkins winning
the toss and electing to
The Bingi bowling attack did not
let its captain down as the Tarraville
batsmen had no answers to its relent-
less line and length and sheer pace.
The first wicket fell with the
score at 14 which was to be the high-
est partnership of the innings with
wickets falling at regular intervals
and none of the Tarraville batsmen
getting on top of the bowling at all.
Tarraville was dismissed in the
35th over of the match for a disap-
pointing total of 99. Top scores were
Quigley with 17, followed by Small-
wood with 13.
The pick of the Bingi bowlers
were Welles Jenkins three for 23,
Ben East two for nine and Dirk Mul-
holland who bowled with great pace,
all day and finished with the figures
of two for 21.
Bingi opened the batting with
the experience of Rendell and Bar-
low and the pair took the total to 31
by dispatching anything loose to the
When Rendell was dismissed for
16 W. Jenkins joined Barlow at the
crease and the pair batted solidly to
get the score to two for 80.
When Jenkins fell for 18 and
Barlow followed soon after for
35 the Bingi middle order started to
wobble as the bowling started to get
on top again to see Bingi looking a
bit shaky on five for 90.
However, Linden Dyson became
the rock Bingi needed as he steered
the home team past the required to-
tal in the 29th over. Bingi then batted
out the remaining overs to be all out
The pick of the bowlers was J.
James with three for nine off eight
overs and S. Hunter who chipped in
at the end with two for seven.
THIRTY two yachts
sailed at Port Albert on
Sunday as part of the an-
nual Gippsland Yacht
Sailors and supporters came
from the Gippsland Lakes Yacht
Club at Paynesville, Latrobe Val-
ley Yacht Club at Hazelwood
pondage and South Gippsland
Yacht Club, Inverloch and Port
Albert Yacht Club and competed
for two days.
On Saturday afternoon an Invi-
tation Race saw 15 boats compet-
ing, but more arrived on Sunday to
swell the total to 32 to compete in
two races with four divisions cater-
ing for different types of yachts.
With easterly winds of 10-15
knots and in perfect conditions,
yachts sailed up the channel to
a buoy laid past the west cardi-
nal mark towards the entrance,
about eight nautical miles (approx.
15kms) then back to go around an-
other buoy laid up past the Sunday
Island jetty in the Midge channel,
then returned to Port.
Winds from 10-15 knots gave
some chances for the multi- hulls to
show off, soaring on one hull with
sailors hanging out on the trapeze
and slicing through the water.
Many of the boats were modern
high tech machines but all are hand-
icapped which meant older boats
got a good chance to win too.
Port Albert was represented
by Alastair Finlay sailing his new
Impulse who achieved a creditable
fifth in the Invitation Race, and Ian
Nicol and Matt Gallagher both sail-
ing Windrush catamarans.
The Commodore, Jenny Da-
vies welcomed visiting sailors and
thanked all participants and particu-
larly members who organised, ran
and catered for the big weekend.
Winners Perpetual Trophy - for
best performing club, Gippsland
Lakes Yacht Club.
Division 1: Trailables Win-
ner: “Emily” Explorer, Frank and
Alison Strickland, Latrobe Valley
Division 2: Off the Beach
Monohulls 125 or more “Wick-
ed Weasel” Minnow, Taj Duff,
Gippsland Lakes Yacht Club.
Division 3: Off the Beach
Monohulls 124 or less “Tenth Prime”
29er Charlie Broomhall and Luca
Vuat Gippsland Lakes Yacht Club.
Division 4: Off the Beach
Multihulls “Gunna” Windrush,
Pete Kiely, South Gippsland Yacht
Faceing up: Lenny Rendell faces another
ball during the final round of junior cricket
matches played at the Yarram Recreation
Partnership: Colby Rendell in action during
the final rounds of junior cricket. Colby and
brother Lenny put on a great partnership to
help their team into a winning position.
Junior cricket finals start next week
Bingi shows its class
Devon in top form
Port Albert hosts big Regatta
Division 2: Port Albert Yacht Club commo-
dore Jenny Davies congratulates Taj Duff on
his win in Wicked Weasal. Photo by Malissa
Division 3: Charlie Broomhall and Luca Vuat from the Gippsland Lakes Yacht Club are con-
gratulated on their 29ers win by Port Albert Yacht Club commodore Jenny Davies.
Sailing: competitors in the 29er yacht race make their way back to Port Albert Yacht Club
Perpetual trophy: Gippsland Lakes Yacht
Club took out the overall winner’s trophy at
the annual Port Albert Yacht Club regatta on
Division 1: winners in the Division 1 class
of the Port Albert Yacht Club regatta were
Frank and Alison Strickland in their trailable
yacht Emily. They were presented with their
trophies by Port Albert Yacht Club commo-
dore Jenny Davies. Photo by Malissa Nicol.
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