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Archives for October 2017

Kinglake Cricket Club disappointed at Preston

Kinglake Cricket’s 1st XI travelled to the A.H. Capp Reserve to resume their 1st Innings after closing at 1 wicket for 54 last week chasing 346 for an unlikely win. Unfortunately first drop batsman James Gibbs was only able to add two runs to his overnight total before being bowled for 21. Then there was

B-Grade: Flowerdale defeated by Alexandra

Flowerdale def by Alexandra Result: Flowerdale lost First Innings Toss won by: Alexandra Batted first: Alexandra 1st Innings – Alexandra S. Whitehead, c? b P. Hargood ………………… 33 C. Friswell, c B.A. Graham, b. C. Wilson ………………………………………… 7 J. Purcell, c S.P. Kerr, b M. Gandolfo ………. 51 B. Wallis, b P. Hargood …………………………….. 8

Yea, Broadford draw in SDCA A-Grade cricket

A-GRADE Yea Tigers drew with Broadford Umpire: Matthew Hall Toss won by: Yea Tigers Batted first: Yea Tigers 1st Innings – Yea Tigers D. Pell, c M.W. Irving, b C. Berry ……………… 9 *B. Tarran, c P.D. Witham, b C. Berry ………. 7 C. Armstrong, c L. Collier, b N. Woods ………. 6 M. Lockhart,

Eildon defeats Yea in Saturday pennant bowls

DIVISION 1 Results. Round 3. Saturday, October 28. Seymour 91, 14 d Alexandra 87, 4. Seymour: Shaun Houghton 19, 0. Gladys Burgoyne 23, 2. Alison Hall 27, 2. Garry Broderick 22. 0. Match Total: 91, 4. Side Points: 10. Totals: 91, 14. Alexandra: Team 1, 21, 2. Team 2, 22, 0. Team 3, 20, 0.

DVCA: Saturday’s results

BARCLAY SHIELD Results. Round 2. Saturdays, October 21-28. North Eltham Wanderers 128 P Mann 33 D Forster 25  MJ Hansen 3/32 L Campitelli 3/40 DR Taylor 2/16 def by Diamond Creek 9/298 (cc) J Adams 89 J Benney 55 JA Ramsey 46 D Kambouris 44  TL Baker 4/94. Epping 176 A Licovski 84  S Mitchell

Kinglake cricket: Preston Druids win outright

Results. Round 3. Saturdays, October 21-28. North Brunswick/Rosebank 4th XI 6/181 S Farooqui 50 A Aftab 50* A Nawaz 27 def Preston Baseballers 3rd XI 176 F La Mendola 68 MJ Walters 47 TH Syed 3/17 M Abbas 3/19 F Ahmed 2/29. Preston Footballers 2nd XI 59 and 3/86 def by Holy Trinity 3rd XI

Cr Dunscombe blasts The Local Paper

Murrindindi Shire’s own documents to last week’s Council meeting confirm that a $2.6 million loss is predicted for the 2017-18 financial year. As reported in last week’s issue of The Local Paper, the ‘Council Plan’ predicts further losses, each of $½-million in the following two financial years. Cr Dunscombe, Murrindindi Council’s representative for Kinglake Ward,

Dindi pools to open on November 18

Pools across the Murrindindi Shire will open on Saturday, November 18, through to Monday. March 12 (Labour Day), according to a Council media release. Admission on the opening weekend will be free of charge. Season Ticket holders are encouraged to pay for their cards to be reactivated prior to opening weekend. Pools will open when

Whittlesea CIU detectives ask for public assistance

Whittlesea Crime Investigation Unit detectives are appealing for public assistance following thefts and subsequent deceptions earlier this month. It was reported a man has entered a car park in a vehicle, believed to be stolen, at a university on Plenty Rd in Bundoora on October 6. The man has then allegedly stolen two purses from

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