浙江体育彩票6十1:南京夜网 - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net Powered by Online! Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:37:39 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.10 Rail could save state $160m: report - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/rail-could-save-state-160m-report/ Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:37:39 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/rail-could-save-state-160m-report/ Nanjing Night Net

The study, commissioned by TasRail and undertaken by leading infrastructure consultants Pitt&Sherry, shows the savings were generated by reducing costs related to road accidents, pollution and road maintenance as well as the operating costs of industry and commerce.

According to the study, $26 million could be saved in 2013-14 alone.

TasRail chief executive Damien White said the purpose of the study, commissioned in January this year, was to quantify the underlying benefits of the state’s rail freight system at a time when it was enjoying significant growth.

“The study highlights one of TasRail’s important competitive advantages, which is to help industries strengthen their social licences by moving freight by rail rather than by road, is providing vital social, environmental and economic benefits,” Mr White said.

“Over the past five years, the Tasmanian and Australian Governments have provided the funds to rejuvenate the state’s rail system, which they clearly recognise as a critical part of Tasmania’s transport infrastructure.”

A spokesman for Pitt&Sherry said the statistical data used in the study, which was drawn from a range of official government studies and reports, revealed that in 2013-14 the use of rail freight in Tasmania rather than road freight saved around $7 million in road accident costs; $1 million in environmental costs; $9 million in road maintenance costs; and up to $9 million in the operating costs of business and industry.

The spokesman said the savings were forecast to rise over the five-year period to June 30, 2019 and continue well into the future.

The data on which these conclusions were based include:

The Department of State Growth’s Freight Demand Surveys;Road accident statistics and costs;Austroads publications relating to environmental costs of freight transport;The National Transport Commission’s valuations of road maintenance costs; andThe Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics report on road operating costs.Mr White said the essence of the Pitt&Sherry study findings was that on major freight corridors, such as between Brighton and Burnie, rail was the most efficient freight mode.

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Tasmania could save almost $160 million over a five-year periodby moving freight via rail rather than road, according to a study released this morning.
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The study, commissioned by TasRail and undertaken by leading infrastructure consultants Pitt&Sherry, shows the savings were generated by reducing costs related to road accidents, pollution and road maintenance as well as the operating costs of industry and commerce.

According to the study, $26 million could be saved in 2013-14 alone.

TasRail chief executive Damien White said the purpose of the study, commissioned in January this year, was to quantify the underlying benefits of the state’s rail freight system at a time when it was enjoying significant growth.

“The study highlights one of TasRail’s important competitive advantages, which is to help industries strengthen their social licences by moving freight by rail rather than by road, is providing vital social, environmental and economic benefits,” Mr White said.

“Over the past five years, the Tasmanian and Australian Governments have provided the funds to rejuvenate the state’s rail system, which they clearly recognise as a critical part of Tasmania’s transport infrastructure.”

A spokesman for Pitt&Sherry said the statistical data used in the study, which was drawn from a range of official government studies and reports, revealed that in 2013-14 the use of rail freight in Tasmania rather than road freight saved around $7 million in road accident costs; $1 million in environmental costs; $9 million in road maintenance costs; and up to $9 million in the operating costs of business and industry.

The spokesman said the savings were forecast to rise over the five-year period to June 30, 2019 and continue well into the future.

The data on which these conclusions were based include:

The Department of State Growth’s Freight Demand Surveys;Road accident statistics and costs;Austroads publications relating to environmental costs of freight transport;The National Transport Commission’s valuations of road maintenance costs; andThe Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics report on road operating costs.Mr White said the essence of the Pitt&Sherry study findings was that on major freight corridors, such as between Brighton and Burnie, rail was the most efficient freight mode.

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Pot-pourri of cultures on show - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/pot-pourri-of-cultures-on-show/ Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:37:38 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/pot-pourri-of-cultures-on-show/ Nanjing Night Net

WAGGA’S patchwork quilt of cultures was on display at the inaugural meeting of a unique group this month.

The newly-formed Wagga Culture Club attracted more than 200 people - four times what organisers were expecting - to its first meeting on July 18.

Held to mark the end of the Islamic Ramadan period, the event saw eight local cultural groups make up for a month of fasting between dawn and dusk by sharing their homemade offerings at a buffet lunch.The group was formed by the Multicultural Council of Wagga Wagga in partnership withRelationships Australia to organise monthly activities for our diverse local cultures.

The next meeting will be held at Relationships Australia in Gurwood Street on Wednesday, July 29at 6pm and all are welcome to attend.

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IN LIVING COLOUR: Little Ariba Omar soaks up the atmosphere and colour of Wagga’s first Culture Club meeting. Picture: Javed Javedan
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WAGGA’S patchwork quilt of cultures was on display at the inaugural meeting of a unique group this month.

The newly-formed Wagga Culture Club attracted more than 200 people – four times what organisers were expecting – to its first meeting on July 18.

Held to mark the end of the Islamic Ramadan period, the event saw eight local cultural groups make up for a month of fasting between dawn and dusk by sharing their homemade offerings at a buffet lunch.The group was formed by the Multicultural Council of Wagga Wagga in partnership withRelationships Australia to organise monthly activities for our diverse local cultures.

The next meeting will be held at Relationships Australia in Gurwood Street on Wednesday, July 29at 6pm and all are welcome to attend.

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It might be ‘second best’, but it’s a first-class afternoon of entertainment - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/it-might-be-second-best-but-its-a-first-class-afternoon-of-entertainment/ Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:37:36 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/it-might-be-second-best-but-its-a-first-class-afternoon-of-entertainment/ Nanjing Night Net

For those of you who watched the original Marigold Hotel, you will catch up with the same characters as they confront the often hilarious challenges presented by living their twilight years in another culture. If you missed the original movie, you will not be disadvantaged. Each movie stands alone and both are great entertainment.

The Friends of the Gallery will be providing lots of tasty finger food after the movie as well as tea and coffee while you catch up with friends.

Tickets cost $20 per person or $15 per person - concession and Friends of the Gallery, this includes refreshments. All proceeds will go to The Friends of The Cowra Regional Gallery fundraising which includes the purchase of new art works, and equipment needed by the Gallery. Tickets on sale at the door from 1.30pm (limited seating).

- Friends of the Cowra Regional Art Gallery

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The Friends of the Cowra Regional Art Gallery invite you to come along to a movie afternoon on Saturday, August 1, at 2pm in the new Civic Centre Theatrette to watch the highly acclaimed Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.
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For those of you who watched the original Marigold Hotel, you will catch up with the same characters as they confront the often hilarious challenges presented by living their twilight years in another culture. If you missed the original movie, you will not be disadvantaged. Each movie stands alone and both are great entertainment.

The Friends of the Gallery will be providing lots of tasty finger food after the movie as well as tea and coffee while you catch up with friends.

Tickets cost $20 per person or $15 per person – concession and Friends of the Gallery, this includes refreshments. All proceeds will go to The Friends of The Cowra Regional Gallery fundraising which includes the purchase of new art works, and equipment needed by the Gallery. Tickets on sale at the door from 1.30pm (limited seating).

– Friends of the Cowra Regional Art Gallery

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Garard matches it with world’s best: PHOTOS - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/garard-matches-it-with-worlds-best-photos/ Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:37:35 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/garard-matches-it-with-worlds-best-photos/ Nanjing Night Net

Ben Garard in action during the CrossFit Games. Photo: James Keys

Ben Garard (front, right) runs towards the ocean with a group of competitors. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen

Mittagong's Ben Garard swims during the Reebok CrossFit Games. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen

Ben Garard enters the arena in Carson, California. Photo: James Keys

Ben Garard trained hard in the lead up to the CrossFit Games. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen

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MITTAGONG'S Ben Garard has been named the 15th fittest man in the world.

Garard, 26, put in a strong showing at the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games in Carson, California.

The Games began last Tuesday and concluded on Monday morning (Sunday afternoon in the US).

The CrossFit Games is a three-part combination to find the fittest man and woman in the world.

After a week of grueling workouts, Garard finished 15th in the individual men's category.

Ben Smith was the overall winner and Iceland's Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir took out the women's event.

Garard started the Games in terrific form, finishing fifth in the first event (pier paddle).

He then had a mixed bag of results in a variety of events, with highlights including a ninth place in the Murph workout (one mile run, 100 pull ups, 200 push ups, 300 squats and one mile run).

Garard, who owns the BENt on CrossFit gym in Mittagong, had a great group of supporters at the Games.

Several family members and friends headed over to the US for the week-long Games.

Garard also had great support back home, with many Highlanders cheering him on in each workout.

BENt on CrossFit member Andrew Mevissen said Garard had excelled at the event.

"We are stoked and he had great support from home," he said.

"We're all saying that we're lucky to be coached by the 15th fittest man in the world.

"It has been Ben's dream since 2012 to compete at the Games."

Mevissen said the Games was an amazing experience for Garard.

"To have the opportunity to compete alongside the world's best in the pinnacle arena is huge.

"It's an amazing experience and one that he won't forget quickly."

Garard will remain in the US to compete in the National Pro Grid League (NPGL).

The Mittagong fitness athlete represents the San Francisco Fire in the championship, which runs until mid-September.

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Garard matches it with world’s best: PHOTOS Highlands CrossFit athlete Ben Garard (centre) with friends and family at the Reebok CrossFit Games. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen
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Ben Garard in action during the CrossFit Games. Photo: James Keys

Ben Garard (front, right) runs towards the ocean with a group of competitors. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen

Mittagong’s Ben Garard swims during the Reebok CrossFit Games. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen

Ben Garard enters the arena in Carson, California. Photo: James Keys

Ben Garard trained hard in the lead up to the CrossFit Games. Photo supplied by Andrew Mevissen

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MITTAGONG’S Ben Garard has been named the 15th fittest man in the world.

Garard, 26, put in a strong showing at the 2015 Reebok CrossFit Games in Carson, California.

The Games began last Tuesday and concluded on Monday morning (Sunday afternoon in the US).

The CrossFit Games is a three-part combination to find the fittest man and woman in the world.

After a week of grueling workouts, Garard finished 15th in the individual men’s category.

Ben Smith was the overall winner and Iceland’s Katrin Tanja Davidsdottir took out the women’s event.

Garard started the Games in terrific form, finishing fifth in the first event (pier paddle).

He then had a mixed bag of results in a variety of events, with highlights including a ninth place in the Murph workout (one mile run, 100 pull ups, 200 push ups, 300 squats and one mile run).

Garard, who owns the BENt on CrossFit gym in Mittagong, had a great group of supporters at the Games.

Several family members and friends headed over to the US for the week-long Games.

Garard also had great support back home, with many Highlanders cheering him on in each workout.

BENt on CrossFit member Andrew Mevissen said Garard had excelled at the event.

“We are stoked and he had great support from home,” he said.

“We’re all saying that we’re lucky to be coached by the 15th fittest man in the world.

“It has been Ben’s dream since 2012 to compete at the Games.”

Mevissen said the Games was an amazing experience for Garard.

“To have the opportunity to compete alongside the world’s best in the pinnacle arena is huge.

“It’s an amazing experience and one that he won’t forget quickly.”

Garard will remain in the US to compete in the National Pro Grid League (NPGL).

The Mittagong fitness athlete represents the San Francisco Fire in the championship, which runs until mid-September.

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Lines with sand: mandala world tour returning - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/lines-with-sand-mandala-world-tour-returning/ Sun, 21 Apr 2019 06:37:33 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/lines-with-sand-mandala-world-tour-returning/ Nanjing Night Net

Over five days the group of visiting Tibetan Buddhist Monks from monasteries in India will create an intricate mandala to the exact design, colours and proportions as laid down in ancient Buddhist text.

The monks have memorised the text and carefully follow the iconography laid down long ago.

The mandala is a representation of an enlightened being's place of residence and everything that is contained within it.

Each part of the mandala is rich in symbolism and reminds the meditator of the insights and states of mind and feelings he/she is trying to accomplish.

The mandala is made by pouring fine trails of brightly coloured sand onto a mathematically precise framework through specially crafted funnels of various sizes.

Within the mandala the five elements of fire, air, water, earth and space are represented by the colours red, yellow, blue, green and white (respectively).

On the final day, Sunday August 2, commencing at 2.30pm the completed mandala is swept away in a matter of seconds by the monks as part of a special dissolution ceremony.

During the creation of the sand mandala there will be opportunities for interaction and discussion about Buddhist practices and Tibetan culture.

The daily program will also be supported by a range of other events including a stall of wonderful Tibetan handicrafts, a guided meditation session and a public talk on "The Wisdom of Forgiveness".

ProgramWednesday July 299.30am Welcome and blessing

10am to 4pm Monks work on mandala

Thursday July 30 to Saturday August 19.30am Chanting meditation with the monks

10am to 4pm Monks work on mandala

Sunday August 29.30am Chanting meditation with the monks

10am to 2.30pm Monks work on mandala

2.30pm Dissolution Ceremony

Special EventsSaturday August 110am - 10.30am Meditation with Ven. Pema Multi Purpose Room $5 donation - All proceeds go to Tibetan Uni Scholarship Program

Sunday August 410am - 11am Buddhist Talk "The Wisdom of Forgiveness" With Ven. Pema Multi Purpose Room $10 entry - All proceeds go to Tibetan Uni Scholarship Program

For more information contact the Cowra Regional Art Gallery on 6340 2190.

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A monk creates a mandala by pouring intricate triails of brightly-coloured sand.Cowra Regional Art Gallery is pleased to once again host the Sacred Footsteps from the Roof of the World Tour 2015 presented by the Drol Kar Buddhist Centre.
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Over five days the group of visiting Tibetan Buddhist Monks from monasteries in India will create an intricate mandala to the exact design, colours and proportions as laid down in ancient Buddhist text.

The monks have memorised the text and carefully follow the iconography laid down long ago.

The mandala is a representation of an enlightened being’s place of residence and everything that is contained within it.

Each part of the mandala is rich in symbolism and reminds the meditator of the insights and states of mind and feelings he/she is trying to accomplish.

The mandala is made by pouring fine trails of brightly coloured sand onto a mathematically precise framework through specially crafted funnels of various sizes.

Within the mandala the five elements of fire, air, water, earth and space are represented by the colours red, yellow, blue, green and white (respectively).

On the final day, Sunday August 2, commencing at 2.30pm the completed mandala is swept away in a matter of seconds by the monks as part of a special dissolution ceremony.

During the creation of the sand mandala there will be opportunities for interaction and discussion about Buddhist practices and Tibetan culture.

The daily program will also be supported by a range of other events including a stall of wonderful Tibetan handicrafts, a guided meditation session and a public talk on “The Wisdom of Forgiveness”.

ProgramWednesday July 299.30am Welcome and blessing

10am to 4pm Monks work on mandala

Thursday July 30 to Saturday August 19.30am Chanting meditation with the monks

10am to 4pm Monks work on mandala

Sunday August 29.30am Chanting meditation with the monks

10am to 2.30pm Monks work on mandala

2.30pm Dissolution Ceremony

Special EventsSaturday August 110am – 10.30am Meditation with Ven. Pema Multi Purpose Room $5 donation – All proceeds go to Tibetan Uni Scholarship Program

Sunday August 410am – 11am Buddhist Talk “The Wisdom of Forgiveness” With Ven. Pema Multi Purpose Room $10 entry – All proceeds go to Tibetan Uni Scholarship Program

For more information contact the Cowra Regional Art Gallery on 6340 2190.

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Bowral triples champions crowned - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/bowral-triples-champions-crowned/ Thu, 21 Mar 2019 10:51:40 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/bowral-triples-champions-crowned/ Nanjing Night Net

THE men's triples champions have been decided at Bowral Bowling Club.

Mick Flynn, Jeff Williams and Ashley Lewis secured the title with a 19-12 win over Dean Anderson, Stephen Della and Greg Lewis.

The players only had to complete three ends as the match was suspended six weeks ago owing to bad light.

At that stage, Flynn, Williams and Lewis were leading 16-11.

On the 19th end, Flynn put the pressure on when he outdrew Anderson to hold shot.

Della then drew inside Flynn's bowl to hold shot.

Williams trailed the jack and held shot to give his side a 17-11 lead.

On the 20th end, Anderson played two back bowls and Greg Lewis didn't come close to hitting the jack.

This meant that Flynn, Williams and Ashley Lewis picked up two shots to lead 19-11 with one end to play.

There was no late surge by Anderson, Della and Greg Lewis.

Flynn, Williams and Ashley Lewis were crowned triples champions.

Pennant clash

THE Bowral ladies pennant team has requested a match against the club's men this Thursday at 10am.

The ladies team has advanced to the state finals of the pennant comp, to be played in mid-August.

Three weeks ago, the Bowral team won the zone pennant flag.

The side held a match against the Bowral men's side only a few days before winning the pennant.

The match proved great practise with the ladies winning one rink and losing another rink.

- By Gordon Lewis

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Triples champions Mick Flynn, Ashley Lewis and Jeff Williams. Photo suppliedBOWLS
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THE men’s triples champions have been decided at Bowral Bowling Club.

Mick Flynn, Jeff Williams and Ashley Lewis secured the title with a 19-12 win over Dean Anderson, Stephen Della and Greg Lewis.

The players only had to complete three ends as the match was suspended six weeks ago owing to bad light.

At that stage, Flynn, Williams and Lewis were leading 16-11.

On the 19th end, Flynn put the pressure on when he outdrew Anderson to hold shot.

Della then drew inside Flynn’s bowl to hold shot.

Williams trailed the jack and held shot to give his side a 17-11 lead.

On the 20th end, Anderson played two back bowls and Greg Lewis didn’t come close to hitting the jack.

This meant that Flynn, Williams and Ashley Lewis picked up two shots to lead 19-11 with one end to play.

There was no late surge by Anderson, Della and Greg Lewis.

Flynn, Williams and Ashley Lewis were crowned triples champions.

Pennant clash

THE Bowral ladies pennant team has requested a match against the club’s men this Thursday at 10am.

The ladies team has advanced to the state finals of the pennant comp, to be played in mid-August.

Three weeks ago, the Bowral team won the zone pennant flag.

The side held a match against the Bowral men’s side only a few days before winning the pennant.

The match proved great practise with the ladies winning one rink and losing another rink.

– By Gordon Lewis

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Tough day for Highlands netballers: PHOTOS - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/tough-day-for-highlands-netballers-photos/ Thu, 21 Mar 2019 10:51:38 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/tough-day-for-highlands-netballers-photos/ Nanjing Night Net

Elizabeth Holt grabs possession of the ball on Saturday. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Christine Cockburn takes a shot. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Erin McGuiness prepares to receive a pass. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Melissa-Jade Lavender foils a pass attempt. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Shelley Hagan jumps up to grab the ball. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Shelley Hagan looks to pass the ball to a team mate. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Breithanti Wilms defended by Emily-Rose O'Dwyer. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Charlotte Hindmarsh jumps up to grab possession. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Charlotte Hindmarsh passes the ball to a team mate down court. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Molly O'Meagher jumps at full stretch to grab the ball. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Zahli Terry is ready to pass the ball back into play. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Oxley's Alice Gilbert passes the ball to a team mate on Saturday. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Annabel Brennan lines up a shot for Moss Vale Dragonflies White. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Oxley goal attack Grace Ayling holds possession. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Jacquiline Worthington takes a shot for Oxley. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Luca Ritchie flies high in defence. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

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Tough day for Highlands netballers: PHOTOS Skye Medley defends a bounce pass on Saturday. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh
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Elizabeth Holt grabs possession of the ball on Saturday. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Christine Cockburn takes a shot. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Erin McGuiness prepares to receive a pass. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Melissa-Jade Lavender foils a pass attempt. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Shelley Hagan jumps up to grab the ball. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Shelley Hagan looks to pass the ball to a team mate. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Breithanti Wilms defended by Emily-Rose O’Dwyer. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Charlotte Hindmarsh jumps up to grab possession. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Charlotte Hindmarsh passes the ball to a team mate down court. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Molly O’Meagher jumps at full stretch to grab the ball. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Zahli Terry is ready to pass the ball back into play. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Oxley’s Alice Gilbert passes the ball to a team mate on Saturday. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Annabel Brennan lines up a shot for Moss Vale Dragonflies White. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Oxley goal attack Grace Ayling holds possession. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Jacquiline Worthington takes a shot for Oxley. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

Luca Ritchie flies high in defence. Photo by Mindy Hindmarsh

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Junee netballers shine in bleak gala day conditions - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/junee-netballers-shine-in-bleak-gala-day-conditions/ Thu, 21 Mar 2019 10:51:37 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/junee-netballers-shine-in-bleak-gala-day-conditions/ Nanjing Night Net

GEO Gems continue on their way to a hopeful finals birth with a win against Marian Tigers 15 to 4. Lara Drum and Charlotte Dendy played strong with some great efforts from Rory Rowett, Ellie Baldock and Mia Phillips in support.Claire Herbert and Trinity Johns were a tower of strength and with help from Lilly Passlow and Ali Corbett Gems took control early.

Stars had a win this weekend with Uranquinty Diamonds forfeiting.

GEO Storm played Panthers and were rewarded with a 30-all draw. B Grade has not giventhe girls much to enjoy, but coming up against a team of similar size and ability Storm played with smiles. Miranda McLaughlin continues to lead on every centre pass with Elise Drum.Fran Heffernan and Emily Drum were solid in defence with Madison Harpley and SArah Stevens back on target in goal. Hayley Stevens caused her usual havoc in the centre.

SUCCESS: The winning division 2 under 16 gala day team. Picture: Contributed

GALA DAYJUNEE headed to Wagga Sunday morning in the rain, sleet and windwith a mixed bag of players. Brooke Harpley, Emily Churchill, Skye Pennington, Kate Officer, Sarah Stevens, Miranda McLaughlin, Zara Hamilton, Madi Harpley and Hayley Stevens for Wagga's annual Cartridge World Gala Day.

The girls played in Division 2 16 years and were strong coming away with five wins and twodraws.The girls were awarded medals for winning their division.

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WET AND COLD: The Storm and Panthers still played strong despite the awful winter weather during the gala day at the weekend. Picture: Contributed
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GEO Gems continue on their way to a hopeful finals birth with a win against Marian Tigers 15 to 4. Lara Drum and Charlotte Dendy played strong with some great efforts from Rory Rowett, Ellie Baldock and Mia Phillips in support.Claire Herbert and Trinity Johns were a tower of strength and with help from Lilly Passlow and Ali Corbett Gems took control early.

Stars had a win this weekend with Uranquinty Diamonds forfeiting.

GEO Storm played Panthers and were rewarded with a 30-all draw. B Grade has not giventhe girls much to enjoy, but coming up against a team of similar size and ability Storm played with smiles. Miranda McLaughlin continues to lead on every centre pass with Elise Drum.Fran Heffernan and Emily Drum were solid in defence with Madison Harpley and SArah Stevens back on target in goal. Hayley Stevens caused her usual havoc in the centre.

SUCCESS: The winning division 2 under 16 gala day team. Picture: Contributed

GALA DAYJUNEE headed to Wagga Sunday morning in the rain, sleet and windwith a mixed bag of players. Brooke Harpley, Emily Churchill, Skye Pennington, Kate Officer, Sarah Stevens, Miranda McLaughlin, Zara Hamilton, Madi Harpley and Hayley Stevens for Wagga’s annual Cartridge World Gala Day.

The girls played in Division 2 16 years and were strong coming away with five wins and twodraws.The girls were awarded medals for winning their division.

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Saints and Seagulls to push for victory - Welcome-浙江6十1开奖结果今天 //www.kgyb.net/saints-and-seagulls-to-push-for-victory/ Thu, 21 Mar 2019 10:51:36 +0000 //www.kgyb.net/saints-and-seagulls-to-push-for-victory/ Nanjing Night Net

THE battle for a finals berth heats up this Saturday for Koroit.

Andnot only will the Saints be looking for a win of their own, they will also be keen for Port Fairy to do them a favour.

Koroitis in fifth place on 28 points and this week play South Warrnambool who are fourth with 32 points.

Outside the five on 28 points isCamperdown with the Magpies opponent this Saturday being Port Fairy.

While Koroitwill be barracking for Port Fairy this week, it was a different story last Saturday when the two went up against each other.

The Saints won 41-28 but it was a hard-fought victory over a spirited Seagulls team.

Scores were level at quarter-time before Koroitslowly pulled away for a 13-goal triumph.

Goal attack Amy Wormald was best on court for Koroit while young gunRachel Giblin was the star for Port Fairy.

Koroitcoach Kasey Owen was happy with how her team was able to withstand the strong challenge from the Seagulls.

The win over Port Fairy and a 43-31 victory against South Warrnambool in round five has Owenexcited about this week’s assignment.

“The first time we played South was one of our best performances for the year so we will go in very positive,” Owen said.

“Amy Wormald is unavailable which is a bit of a blow but I think we have the depth to re-adjust to cover her not being there.”

With finals out of reach for Port Fairy, coach Kellie Sommerville said she is relishing the continued opportunities to play against strong teams.

“Against Koroit we just struggled to finish off, we had a lot of the ball and our attack at the contest was fantastic,” Sommerville said.

“Rachel Giblin was amazing at wing attack, I haven’t seen her play like that before, she was so aggressive and hit the ball hard.

“She has had to play in goals and that creates a lot ofpressure so she really enjoyed getting up the court a bit and she was very impressive.

“We are looking forward to playing Camperdown, all these games now will be a good chance for the girls to improve with next year in mind.”

In A1 it was a 38-16 win for Koroit with Millie Mahony shooting 25 goals for the winners while Kristen Sheehan was best for Port Fairy.

The under 17s was a close game with Port Fairy winning 32-30 with Victoria Blackwood the best for the Seagulls and Amber Peake the star for the Saints.The under 15s was won by Koroit 44-13 with Grace Lynch best while for Port Fairy Elizabeth Farley won that honour.Port Fairy were big 45-10 winners in the under 13s with Eloise Swarbrick shooting 26 goals for the Seagulls while best for Koroit was Bridie Quinlan.

In Sunday netball Koroit won the under 16’s 24-9, Nicky Oosthuizen was the Saints best and Stephanie Heard the best for the Seagulls.

The under 14’s was 47-5 Koroit’s way with Bridget Ludeman best on court while for Port Fairy thebest player was Isabel Finningan.

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LOOKING FOR A WAY: Talented Port Fairy youngster Rachel Giblin looks for a gap through the Koroit defence last Saturday at Victoria Park. Picture: Martina Murrihy
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THE battle for a finals berth heats up this Saturday for Koroit.

Andnot only will the Saints be looking for a win of their own, they will also be keen for Port Fairy to do them a favour.

Koroitis in fifth place on 28 points and this week play South Warrnambool who are fourth with 32 points.

Outside the five on 28 points isCamperdown with the Magpies opponent this Saturday being Port Fairy.

While Koroitwill be barracking for Port Fairy this week, it was a different story last Saturday when the two went up against each other.

The Saints won 41-28 but it was a hard-fought victory over a spirited Seagulls team.

Scores were level at quarter-time before Koroitslowly pulled away for a 13-goal triumph.

Goal attack Amy Wormald was best on court for Koroit while young gunRachel Giblin was the star for Port Fairy.

Koroitcoach Kasey Owen was happy with how her team was able to withstand the strong challenge from the Seagulls.

The win over Port Fairy and a 43-31 victory against South Warrnambool in round five has Owenexcited about this week’s assignment.

“The first time we played South was one of our best performances for the year so we will go in very positive,” Owen said.

“Amy Wormald is unavailable which is a bit of a blow but I think we have the depth to re-adjust to cover her not being there.”

With finals out of reach for Port Fairy, coach Kellie Sommerville said she is relishing the continued opportunities to play against strong teams.

“Against Koroit we just struggled to finish off, we had a lot of the ball and our attack at the contest was fantastic,” Sommerville said.

“Rachel Giblin was amazing at wing attack, I haven’t seen her play like that before, she was so aggressive and hit the ball hard.

“She has had to play in goals and that creates a lot ofpressure so she really enjoyed getting up the court a bit and she was very impressive.

“We are looking forward to playing Camperdown, all these games now will be a good chance for the girls to improve with next year in mind.”

In A1 it was a 38-16 win for Koroit with Millie Mahony shooting 25 goals for the winners while Kristen Sheehan was best for Port Fairy.

The under 17s was a close game with Port Fairy winning 32-30 with Victoria Blackwood the best for the Seagulls and Amber Peake the star for the Saints.The under 15s was won by Koroit 44-13 with Grace Lynch best while for Port Fairy Elizabeth Farley won that honour.Port Fairy were big 45-10 winners in the under 13s with Eloise Swarbrick shooting 26 goals for the Seagulls while best for Koroit was Bridie Quinlan.

In Sunday netball Koroit won the under 16’s 24-9, Nicky Oosthuizen was the Saints best and Stephanie Heard the best for the Seagulls.

The under 14’s was 47-5 Koroit’s way with Bridget Ludeman best on court while for Port Fairy thebest player was Isabel Finningan.

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The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

An aerial shot of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The frontage of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The ceiling of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The ceiling of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

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Construction award for Beaudesert builder: Photos Rod Andersen is pleased his company Rod Andersen Constructions won the 2015 Master Builders Brisbane Housing and Construction Industrial Building up to $5 million award for the Brezac Metal Fabrication Facility project.
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The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

An aerial shot of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The frontage of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The exterior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The interior of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The ceiling of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

The ceiling of the award-winning metal factory at Logan designed and built by Rod Andersen Constructions.

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