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Going from dirt to awards in four years

WIN: Southern Cotton general manager Kate O’Callaghan addresses the packed auditorium at the Telstra NSW Regional Business Award. Picture: Supplied.
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Southern Cotton have won the prestigious Telstra NSW Regional Business Award.

They were recognised for their contribution to the establishment of the cotton industry in theMurrumbidgee.General manager Kate O’Callaghan said the support of theirdirectors, team andthe local growers – who together had shown an ongoing commitment to becoming the best gin in Australia – was the reason they had been successful.

HONOURED: Kate O’Callaghan attributed the award to a solid team effort. Picture: Supplied.

“In just four years, we have built the Southern Cotton business from the ground up,” Ms O’Callaghansaid. “The Telstra award is such an honour.We are proud to continue our support of the growing cotton industry.”

Chairman Scott Hogan said it was an honour to accept the award.

“Congratulations to the other finalists in the category – Highlands Drive Safe, RTC Group Holdings Pty Ltd andSouthern Cross Resorts – on your incredible and diverse achievements,” Mr Hogan said.

“We are very proud tohave been selected alongside you and wish you every success in your future endeavours.”

CELEBRATION: The Southern Cotton team celebrates after winning the presitigious award. Picture: Supplied.

The win was announced at a gala event in Sydney, and recognised the efforts of the whole Southern Cotton team whohad dedicated the last four years to transforming a Whitton paddock into a $26 million operation through thedevelopment of the cotton ginning business.

Southern Cotton has operatedfor just three seasons andhasprocessed more than 500,000 bales.

The company employs40-plus seasonal workers and 11 full-time staff.

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Powell escapes serious injury

GREAT NEWS: Elliott Powell’s knee injury isn’t as bad as first thought.ALBURY has finally received some positive news on the injury front, withElliott Powellcleared of any major structural damage to the knee he injured on Saturday.
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The midfielder had to go under general anesthetic to straighten his knee after the game, but the Tigersremainoptimistic Powell could play after the split round.

Powell was stretchered off in the second quarter againstRaiders, before being taken to hospital by paramedics.

Meanwhile, Lavington will be without ruckman Jamarl O’Sullivan for its big clash with Wodonga Raiders in the second week of the split round.

O’Sullivan has takena one match set penaltyafter being reported by the matchreview panel for striking North Albury’s Luke Holman.

Wangaratta defender Daniel Boyle faces the tribunal on Wednesday night.

He was reported by the match review panel for engaging in rough conduct withRovers’ Cam Bishop.

Bishop was knocked unconscious by atackle in the second quarteron Sunday.

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Willaston round up

Willaston had a pretty good day out at Freeling winning three out of the four games played. We start with our Friday night lads who played a really good game. The boys had a lot of good passes and ran with the use of slick handballs and accurate kicking. Hayden Gray played an awesome game taking marks and getting plenty of the ball. Alister also played well with good kicking and a skilful snap for goal.
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The Under 13s played a disappointing game compared to the last time the two sides played. The boys were outsmarted and that proved to be the difference in the game. The positive is that it is a simple fix and can be worked on during the week at training. The boys will come back better next week and will be eager to rejoin the winners list.

Our Under 15s put in a great team effort resulting in a great win. Willaston opened the account with the first three goals of the quarter. Midfield managed to get on top setting up the forward line with several different goal kickers. The back line stood up with a tight defence. All in all it was a great team effort from the lads.

Our Under 17s also had a fantastic win against Freeling with the boys jumping out of the blocks putting the opposition under pressure from the first bounce. It was a great four quarter effort by the whole side with a well deserved win.

Our B grade’s game was another must win to keep our hopes alive coming up to finals. First half was pretty scrappy but once settled players like Johnathan Hurst and Curtis Marks opened up the game and that let the rest of the team to play flow on football. Coach Max Bornholdt was happy with the win and commented that it was a good team effort.

Our A grade had a tough day at Freeling. The first half we dominated but inaccurate kicking kept Freeling in the game. The second half Freeling stepped up a gear and kicked truly to finish the day giving us a football lesson. Congratulations to Leighton Mells and Lee Sutton for their debut game for the A grade.

Next week is a bye weekend for our club except for our Under 13s who will be playing at Nuriootpa.

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Trainer rates medal highly

IT’S CLOSE: Athletes sprint for glory in the City of Greater Bendigo Thousand (120m) at the 2012 Bendigo International Madison carnival. Picture: BRENDAN McCARTHYTHERE have been many wins Bendigo athletics trainer John Burke has celebrated over the years.
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Burke rates the Don Cameron Medal he earned in 1979 as one of his most cherished possessions.

The Cameron Medal is presented to the trainer of the Bendigo Thousand winner at each Bendigo International Madison athletics-cycling carnival.

Burke earned his in 1979 when Frank Cornish sprinted to a memorable victory.

The medal was struck to honour Don Cameron, winner of the first Bendigo Thousand in 1947.

“Being presented with the Don Cameron Medal meant a lot then and still does,” Burke said.

Cameron passed away recently, but his feats on the athletics track are not forgotten.

The South Australian capped his trek to Bendigo in 1947 by winning the Thousand. The thousand pound purse made the race one of the richest in the world.

Cameron later married Pauline Mason of Bendigo and worked at the Ordnance Factory, now Thales for many years.

He was speedy wingman for YCW and South Bendigo football clubs.

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Junior Blues endure losses

In very cold conditions the young Blues battled againststrongopposition in all gradeson Sunday.
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The footballers had a unlucky day out and came home without a win.

The under 11sagain put in a sound performance when they played theGriffith Swans Red but weren’t able to take away the win.

The endeavour of the whole team is to be commended.

Best:Lachlan Fattore, NickGraham, James Clarke, Thomas Scott, Max Rainbird, Chase Neutze.

The under 13s also went down to Griffith Swans Red.

The side continues to gain confidence in their own abilities and that oftheir team-mates.

The group is a positive and talented unit who just keep on keeping on.

Best: Zac Fairweather, Chris Hayes, Elli Hay, Jack Cullen, Bryce Rogers, JamesBuchanan.

The footballers enjoyed a trip to Canberra withthe Auskick Kids last Saturday when they got to seeGeelong play GWS in the AFL.

TheAuskick Kids joined in with the half time game while the older ones did a lap of honour withother footballers from around the Riverina.

The netballers also had a tough day at it but came away with plenty of positives.

The under 11splayed a taller team in Griffith Swans Red which made it very difficult for the young,smaller Coly girls.

The girls never gave up as theypersistedthroughout the entire match.

Right up to the final whistle the girls werefighting for possession of the ball.

The award went to Emily Hibbert for her strong work indefence.

The under 13swere soundly beaten by Griffith Swans Red, sufferingtheir biggest defeat for the season, 37-8, in theprocess.

The Griffith team demonstrated why they are near thetop of the ladder with their fast and effective team work.

The award went to Hannah Clarkefor her consistent determined efforts.

The under 15s brought home Coly’s only win of the day, beating the Crows36-21.

Coly were in a comfortable position early in the game, whichenabled coach Kim Mannes to make positional changes.

The changes gave Mannes a chance togauge her optionsheading into the final round of the regular season before competing in the finals.

The awardwent to Laura Hogan for her excellent shooting and strong presence in Wing Attack.

Next week the juniors will be at home atColeambally.

The matcheswill be the last games of the home and away season andthey take on the Narrandera Eagles.

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Proposed boundary changes for Central Wheatbelt

THE WA Electoral Commission hasreleased the draft electorate boundaries forthe next state election.
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The commission has proposed significantchanges that will affect representationfor regional WA.

Should the proposal be accepted as is,the electorate of Central Wheatbelt willincrease in land area by 57 percent tobecome 97,669 kilometres.

It will gain the shires of Westonia,Yilgarn, Wandering, Boddington, Pingelly,Cuballing, Williams and West Arthur, andlose the Shires of Koorda, Wongan-Ballidu,Dowerin and Goomalling.

“I am extraordinarily disappointed withthe proposed boundary changes, not justfrom an electorate perspective but on astate-wide basis,” Central Wheatbelt memberMia Davies said.

“The Nationals made a submission thatwould have allowed the electoral commissionersto meet the requirements of the Actthat involved minimal change.

“Instead, the proposal to abolish a countryelectorate and increase the remainingelectorates to anunmanageable size.”

Ms Davies said regional constituents hadevery right to be concerned as the changeswould make it more difficult for them tohave access to their local state representative.

“If the proposed changes are finalisedthe Central Wheatbelt will stretch fromNortham to Southern Cross, Mukinbudin toHyden and across to Darkan,” she said.

“The area is characterised by a largenumber of small communities, each withtheir own challenges and opportunities.

“I encourage local governments, residentsand businesses to look at the boundariesand make their views known to theWA Electoral Commission.”

Ms Davies said no amount of technologyor better travel options could compensatefor the size of the proposed electorates,which had already been significantlyincreased in 2008 after the introduction ofone-vote-one-value legislation.

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Afonso looks to FFV regional role

ON THE MOVE: Pedro Afonso
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Well-known soccer identity Pedro Afonso has put his hand up to be one of the regional representatives to Football Federation Victoria.

Traditionally the two positions for the Goulburn and North East have come from Shepparton but Afonso said the growth of the game at this end of the zone demanded Border clubs had their own voice.

He said he wanted to be a voice for the Albury Wodonga Football Association sides south of the Murray River as well as lesser known clubs in Mount Beauty, Bright and Yackandandah.

Afonso said getting better grounds and facilities, encouraging more girls to take up soccer and the structure of the competitions were among his key priorities.

“Last year’s decision to exclude Cobram from the AWFA competition was an error in judgement and I think with the benefit of hindsight those that shunned a club with a full complement of teams in men and women’s competitions probably agree,” he said.

“We are facing unprecedented times of growth and change in the football landscape in our zone.

“We have unique challenges affecting football in regional areas but also exciting opportunities to achieve better outcomes for clubs at all levels of the game.

“I think if I was elected we will have a stronger voice and will be able to achieve more with unity and broader representation across all clubs within our zone.”

Voting for eligible clubs closes on Friday.

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Coly netballers’?tough task at home

All the netball sides fought out tight matches in the FFNLon Saturday.
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A Gradewere the most dominantteam on the day in beating Marrar 57-44.

They ledby over10goals for most of the game and eventually took the four points with a 13 goal victory.

Coach Brianna Clark was very happy with the teams combined efforts as the whole playinggroup stepped up the pace and intensity.

Clark felt the girls’ timing was perfect whichallowed the running players to drive down the court confidently and with precision.

Thespectators witnessed a very polished display of netball from the Blues.Best: Georgia Lea. Player’s player:Charmaine Buchanan.

The Blues’A Reserve sidecan be satisfied with their 53-44 defeatto the thirdplaced Bombers.The girls put in a strong effort and played out the game withcommitteddetermination.

The team still has a chance of making finals as there are three teams vyingfor fourth and fifth spot.Best:Acacia Mannes. Player’s player:Chloe Buchanan.

A slow first half for the B grade sidehad the Blues down by 10 goals at one pointbutpositional changes by coach Kirby Watts and a grittyeffortby the girls saw them take out a 28-24 victory.

The Blues willbe battling for their place in the finals over theremaining three rounds with another two teams.Best:Kelsey Fraser. Player’s player: DiKelly.

C Grade (Bombers 21 def. Blues 18) had their closestand most impressive game whenthey went down 21-18 to theBombers.

The Blues had the goal shooting experience ofreturning player Nikole Cullen, which gave the Blues a target when moving forward.Best:Courtney Foster.Player’s Player:Nikole Cullen.

Next week the Blues play TRYC at home and the under 17s play Marrar.

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Council backs local news

The Mountains risks getting its news from the “bedlam of social media” if planned staff cuts at the Gazette go ahead, according to Ward 1 councillor, Don McGregor.
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Councillor Don McGregor.

The councillors debated Fairfax Media’s proposed cuts and its plan to add the Penrith Gazette to the BMG’s responsibilities at the council meeting last week. They unanimously passed a resolution to write to Australian Community Media director, John Angilley, expressing their concerns.

The resolution noted that “mooted changes include a reduction in staff and a possible consequence for local news content when this is coupled with the fact that the smaller team will be expected to put out two newspapers”.

It called the Blue Mountains Gazette “an important part of our community”, a sentiment repeated by several letter writers, who also voiced concerns that a valuable source of information would be threatened (see page 11).

The mayor, Mark Greenhill, called the proposal “unacceptable”.

“The Gazette has for many years been part of the fabric of our community. It is in many respects the face of our community. It is one of the most widely read local papers in the state,” he said.

“Cost isn’t everything and I think Fairfax needs to look beyond the mere dollar. At the end of the day, the local media plays an important role in local communities. I remember those staff during the bushfires, sleeping in the office … constantly keeping the community informed.

“Contrast Fairfax head office and you couldn’t have a bigger schism in my view.”

Clr McGregor said the Gazette played an “important role” in delivering news to the community. “And if you don’t have that you’ll have the bedlam of social media delivering news, and our community and I certainly don’t want that.”

Clr Brendan Luchetti said he would “join the fight” to maintain the current staffing levels at the Gazette.

“I have seen some very ordinary local papers that are nothing more than press releases and classifieds. If we let the bean counters in the ivory towers of Fairfax have their way, that is what we will get.

“It’s a sad sign of our times that we continue to run into economic rationalism and communities take the hit. The valuable assets to our community are being eroded. We need to stand up and tell Fairfax this is a rubbish decision.”

Clr Romola Hollywood said with fewer staff, so-called “news” in the paper would become “media releases just copied and pasted. It really worries me what this means for our community.”

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