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Kersbrook Blue 10-67 defeated
Harrogate 6-51; Kersbrook 15-
93 defeated Mt Pleasant Blue
1-37; Birdwood 12-72 defeated
Mt Pleasant White 4-37.
Kersbrook Blue 1-16; Mt
Pleasant White 5-33 defeated
Birdwood 1-23; Kersbrook 3-28
defeated Mt Pleasant Blue
Kersbrook Blue 6-36 defeated
Gumeracha 5-32 defeated
Gumeracha 6-43 defeated
Mt Pleasant 3-32; Kersbrook
6-42 defeated Springton 3-20;
Harrogate 8-50 defeated
Cudlee Creek 1-11; Mt Torrens
Black defeated Mt Torrens Red
Gumeracha 8-35 defeated
Kersbrook 1-7; Mt Pleasant 7-32
defeated Harrogate 2-17.
Mt Pleasant 16 79.85%; Mt
Torrens Red 14 73.61
Gumeracha 12 54.17; Birdwood
6 43.75; Kersbrook 4 34.72; Mt
Torrens Black 2 13.75.
Kersbrook 16 70.00; Kersbrook
Blue 14 61.11; Birdwood 6
48.61; Mt Pleasant White 5
35.00; Harrogate 4 31.25; Mt
Pleasant 3 27.08 .
Springton 16 89.58%; Mt
Pleasant Blue 10 72.92;
Kersbrook 10 51.85; Birdwood
8 30.00; Mt Pleasant White 4
35.42; Kersbrook Blue 0 12.50.
Kersbrook Blue 14 68.75%;
Kersbrook 4 39.58; Mt Pleasant
4 33.58; Kersbrook White 2
Mt Torrens Black 16 70.37%;
Gumeracha 12 56.94; Mt
Torrens Red 8 56.94; Harrogate
8 55.56; Mt Pleasant 8 53.97;
Kersbrook 8 52.78
Kersbrook Blue 8 49.21;
Springton 4 36.11; Cudlee
Creek 0 18.06.
ECHUNGA: 30/12/15 - Women
- Stroke. 71: S. Maddern. 79: W.
Jackson. 14/1/16 - Stableford.
Div 1- 42: J. Reuter. 40: C.
Nailer. 39: H. Griffin. 38: B.
Sparrow, D. Parrott. Div 2- 41:
M. Davis. 39: K. Smart. 37: B.
Walter. 36: S. Hickman. Women.
34: L. Gray. 16/1/16 - Stableford.
A Gr- 41: S. Kinnane. 40: D.
Fromm. 39: H. Griffin. 38: J.
Oliver. 36: S. Callary, A. Fort,
H. MacMillan, S. Nailer. 35: B.
Guy. B Gr- 40: B. Cagney, P.
Edwards, J. McGleish. 39: C.
Dawe, C. Stevens, A. Amberg, J.
Speed, J. Reuter, L. Blewit. 38:
S. Wilson, T. Strout. C Gr- 45:
S. Jensen. 41: D. Stobbe. 39: P.
Head, G. Dodd. 38: W. Koop. 36:
K. Wilks, G. Rayner, A. Pouw-
bray. 35: D. Wilson, B. Jackson,
D. Walmsley, R. Easling, G.
Cooper. D Gr- 43: R. Davidson.
39: N. Tilley. 38: B. Penny. 37: S.
Rowell, B. Burnett. 35: J. David-
Smith, J. Hogarth, M. Bills, R.
Yeates. NTP 2nd: S. Hickman.
7th: R. McLauchlan. 17th: J.
Harders. 18th: W. Ryan. A-B:
A. Amberg. C -D: R. Davidson.
Women. 32: E. Burt, A. Morton.
MT PLEASANT: 14/1/16 -
Women - Stroke. 72: H. Bulis.
74: J. Jaensch, K. Franklin. 75:
OAKBANK: 2/1/16 - Stroke-
Medal. Medals: A Gr- 78: J.
Bush. B Gr- 79: A. Deane. C
Gr- 88: N. Mansell. D Gr- 88: R.
Harris. Balls: 61: R. Harris. 65:
A. Deane. 66: S. Virgo. 68: C.
Badenoch, J. Bush, B. Filsell. 69:
D. Bolto, J. Knight, N. Mansell,
C. O’Rielly. 16/1/16 - Mixed
Ambrose. 49 3/4: S. Smith/J.
Strart/D. Dolman/J. Kay. 53 1/8:
M. Jenkins/D. Bolto/J. Deboer/I.
Harrington. 54 1/8: R. Percy/J.
Percy/J. Thomson/E. Smith. 54
7/8: K. Makings/G. Willsmore/
R. Conerly/M. Makings. 55
1/4: A. Murphy/O. Kocken/P.
McElwaine/J. Tuit. 55 3/4: G.
Palmer/A. Brien/P. Murray/R.
Lawrence. 55 7/8: A. Deane/S.
Deane/M. Woods/S. Vietch.
56 1/4: R. Wenzel/K. Ritter/R.
Prosser/D. Willsmore. 56 1/2:
R. Harris/J. Page/J. Freer/R.
Freer. NTP 1st: M. Makings. 5th:
D. Bolto. 10th: J. Tuit. 14th: M.
Shipsides. 17th: G. Baschiera.
Stableford. Winner: 41: J.
Morro. R/up: 40: P. Durham. 40:
D. Baulderstone, M. Burford.
39: L. Jacob, G. Edwards, D.
McKee. 38: J. La Scala, D.
Clark. 16/1/16 - Stableford. A
Gr- Winner: 42: J. Morro. R/up:
42: M. Burke. 39: D. Hollis. 37:
M. Burford, N. Knape. B Gr-
Winner: 38: C. Annells. R/up:
38: N. Houston. 37: G. Webber.
36: T. Edwards, J. Sanders. C
Gr- Winner: 40: B. Allen. R/up:
39: B. Dutton. 39: R. Cammell.
38: R. Daniel, C. Mulroney. NTP
3rd: T. Barnes. 6th: W. Wilkes.
10th/17th: R. Hodgson. 15th:
N. Knape. Longest Drive: A. Gr-
C. Beamond. B Gr- C. Annells.
C Gr- P. Thomas. Birdies: B.
Dutton, D. Hollis, M. Burke, R.
Hodgson, L. Honeybone, G.
Thompson. Women. Winner:
39: M. Donaldson. R/up: 35: S.
Mulroney. 18: L. Thomas. NTP
15th: M. Donaldson.
MID HILLS NETBALL
Tigers 38 (K. Mac) d RUN HNC
32 (K. Childs); Re:Gain 55 (M.
Todd) d Onkas 36 (G. Elliott).
Gators 37 (T. Welbeing) d
Woodside Warriors 31 (none
received); Flames 41 (E.
Baldock) d Redbacks 35 (K.
Flames 46 (none received) d
Birdwood 39 (none received);
Lions Gold 30 (S. Rhodes) d
Onkas 15 (E. Reade).
MAD 55 (C. Reichelt) d
Cougars 19 (C. Haas);
Redbacks 41 (A. Harford) d All
Sorts 12 (R. Ferguson); Onkas
44 (A. Loxton) d Macclesfield
32 (C. Filsell).
Red Rockets 32 (T. Robb) d
Redbacks 24 (R. Cameron);
Lions 41 (T. Otterspoor) d
Tigers Gold 19 (E. Gray).
Birdwood Bumblebees 21
(E. Grafton) d Brookers 17 (R.
Bettens); Gumeracha 48 (E.
Laundy) d Charlies Angels
27 (A. Plummer); Black Magic
46 (O. Porteous) d Piccadilly
Panthers 34 (K. Canty).
Flames 44 (M. Lee) d
Wooden Spooners 18 (E.
Tewart) Rough Diamonds
43 (A. Borowski) d Retros 31
(A. Lloyd); Birdwood 45 (K.
Gooden) d Charlies Angels 24
(J. LeVene); #9lives 32 (none
received) d Dynamite 14 (none
Onkas 64 (none received)
d Hahndorf Heat White 32
(none received); Gators 51 (A.
Gardner) d Redbacks 17 (E.
Woodside Red 48 (none
received) d Angels 27 ( P.
Davis-Mattner); Onkas 38 (B.
Dempsey) d Hahndorf Heat 33
Redbacks 36 (A. Chapman) d
Zebras 9 (J. Stevenson); 2.0 33
(L. Hogen) d Districts 11 (none
Comets 21 (C. Alder) d
Flames 14 (A. Martin); Gators
37 (L. Strevens) d Woodside
Warriors 5 (C. Bungay-Dean).
Comets 28 (none received) d
Redbacks 14 (none received);
Woodside Warriors Red 35
(M. Walpole) d Birdwood 16
Gumeracha 7 (M. Jelena) d
Bridgewater Blue 3 (P. Smith);
Red Rockets 24 (I. Niven) d
Team Belle Property 13 (none
Red Rockets Red 9 (K.
Henwood) d Summertown
6 (L. Assal); Red Rockets
White 18 (S. How) d Birdwood
16 (H. Ward); Tigers 14
(none received) d Woodside
Warriors 2 (M. Beltrame).
Humphrey) d Tigers 1 (none
received); Lions 10 (D.
Schwartz) d District Diamonds
8 (S. Brookes); Flames Gold 12
(S. Cushway) d Flames Purple
3 (G. Schultz).
Red Rockets 7 (E. Thomas)
d Echunga Sunshine 3 (K.
Poulson); Gators 11 (L. Smith)
d Lions 3 (L. Sickerdick);
Gumeracha 21 (N. McDiarmid)
d Crazy Cats 0 (L. Kenny).
Gators 9 (T. Parker) d
Heathfield 6 (A. Morrison);
Onkas 22 (A. Hemer) d Red
Rockets 0 (F. O’Neil).
HILLS TRADITIONAL TENNIS
Littlehampton 5-7 (53) d
Crafers 1-1 (27)
Doubles: C. Toma/C. Geue v S.
Brooks v A. Thornton 6-4, 6-2; J.
Casey/S. Fishers v H. Tepper/G.
Bradford 6-1, 6-0.
Singles: C. Toma v S. Brooks
2-9; C. Geue v A. Thornton 9-1;
J. Casey v H. Tepper 9-4; S.
Fishers v G. Bradford 9-6 .
Uraidla 13-93 d
Mixed: A. Gore/S. Manser v
A. Bottrill/G. Megson 6-2; S.
Virgo/M. Trutwin v J. Tuckfield/M.
Hunter 6-7; B. Filsell/D. O’Brien
v A. Drews/M. Saward 6-4; S.
Thomas/K. Bothe v D. Davey/E.
Men: A. Gore/S. Virgo v A.
Bottrill/A. Drews 6-4; B. Filsell/D.
Gore v D. Davey/N. Gore 6-2; A.
Gore/S. Thomas v A. Bottrill/D.
Davey 7-5; B. Filsell/D. Gore v A.
Drews/N. Gore 6-4; A. Gore/D.
Gore v A. Bottrill/N. Gore 4-6; B.
Filsell/S. Thomas v A. Drews/D.
Women: S. Manager/M. Trutwin
v G. Megson/M. Hunter 6-3;
D. O’Brien/H. Provan v L.
6-2; S. Mancer/K. Bothe v G.
Megson/M. Saward 7-5; M.
Trutwin/H. Provan v M. Hunter/L.
Trenorden 6-4; S. Manser/H.
Orivan v G. Megson/E.
Greenwood 6-4; D. O’Brien/K.
Bothe v M. Saward/L. Trenorden
Onkaparinga 11-90 d
Mixed: E. Tyack/T. Day v M.
Maytom/A. Wilson 6-1; I.
Dohnt/A. Yeates v C. Eyers/J.
Baird 6-4; D. Kovarskis/D.
James v J. Nugent/J. Dennis
7-6; T. Knight/D. Copeland v S.
Seeary/B. Farries 6-2 .
Men: E. Tyack/I. Dohnt v
M. Maytom/C. Eyers 6-0;
D. Kovarskis/T. Knight v J.
Nugent/S. Seeary 6-3; E.
Tyack/D. Kovarskis v M.
Maytom/J. Nugent 2-6; I.
Dohnt/T. Knight v C. Eyers/S.
Seeary 6-7; I. Dohnt/D. Kovarskis
v C. Eyers/J. Nugent 6-1.
Women: T. Day/ A. Yeates v A.
Wilson/J. Baird 3-6; D. James/D.
Copeland v B. Farries/J.
Dennis 6-7; T. Day/D. James
v A. Wilson/B. Farries 6-0; A.
Yeates/D. Copeland v J. Baird/J.
Dennis 7-5; T. Day/D. Copeland
v A. Wilson/J. Dennis 6-2; A.
Yeates/D. James v J. Baird/B.
Division 1: Lobethal Aces
3-30 d Piccadilly Serve Smash
Courtasones 6-36 d Mylor
Bunyips 0-22 .
Division 3: Upper Sturt Hit N
Miss 5-31 d Lobethal Tuesday
Division 1: Echunga Duncan
Doughnuts 4-24 d Echunga
Division 2: Crafers Koalas 5-31
d IBCG Cherry Slices 1-23.
Division 1: Littlehampton
points: 51; Stirling White 44;
Stirling Blue 49; Hahndorf 42;
Summertown 30; Stirling Red
17; Mt Barker 10.
Division 2: Uraidla 62;
Littlehampton White 39; Aldgate
Red 33; Littlehampton Red 35;
Hahndorf 35; Mt Barker 32;
Stirling 29; Aldgate White 10.
Division 3: Lobethal 68;
IBCG 52; Onkaparinga 51;
Hahndorf 49; Stirling Blue
44; Littlehampton Blue 42;
Summertown 26; Littlehampton
White 25; Crafers 21; Stirling
Division 1: Stirling 69;
Summertown 60; Lobethal
55; Littlehampton 43; Crafers
39; Hahndorf 29; Uraidla 17;
Division 2: Echunga Red 77;
Mt Barker 52.5; Littlehampton
White 44.5; Echunga White
33; Hahndorf 30; Uraidla
26.5; Littlehampton Blue 26.5;
Crafers 16; Aldgate 9.
Division 1: Uraidla 137;
Summertown 132; Onkaparinga
130; IBCG 98; Aldgate 65;
Echunga 68; Littlehampton 52;
Division 2: Stirling 136;
Onkaparinga 130; Summertown
Yellow 97; Verdun 64; Mt Barker
61; Hahndorf 64; IBCG 57;
Aldgate 52; Summertown White
Littlehampton 63; Mylor 49;
Woodside 42; Onkaparinga
White 38; Harrogate/Nairne 37;
Division 1: Stirling 61;
Littlehampton 59; Hahndorf 37;
Mt Barker 30.5; Woodside 17;
Division 2: Lobethal 57;
Summertown 53; Aldgate 42;
Littlehampton 42; Stirling 16; Mt
Division 3: Hahndorf 66; Aldgte
46; Woodside 38; Piccadilly
35.5; Nairne 28.5; Mt Barker
28; Littlehampton 23.5; Uraidla
Division 4: Aldgate 52;
Littlehampton 58; Crafers 30;
Summertown 37.5; Hahndorf
21.5; Echunga 8.
Division 5: Stirling 46.5;
Mt Barker 41; Littlehampton
40.5; Aldgate 34; Uraidla 29;
Division 6: Summertown 57;
Hahndorf 55.5; Onkaparinga
28.5; Crafers 28; Mt Barker 27;
Division 7: Aldgate 54;
Bridgewater 44; Nairne 42;
Littlehampton 34; Crafers White
29.5; Crafers 12.5 .
Division 8: Aldgate 54.5;
Lobethal 40; Piccadilly 37.5; Mt
Barker 33; Piccadilly White 30;
Division 9: Stirling 64;
Summertown 41; Bridgewater
36.5; Woodside 31; Aldgate 26;
Division 10: Summertown
67; Nairne 55; Woodside 36;
Piccadilly 20.5; Stirling 20;
Division 1: Lobethal 63;
Littlehampton 60; Aldgate
52; Stirling 27; Hahndorf 26;
Woodside 25; Onkaparinga
22.5; Echunga 12.5 .
Division 2: Uraidla 47;
Summertown 38; Hahndorf 41;
Onkaparinga 34; Aldgate 31;
Lobethal 15; Mt Barker 10.
Division 3: Summertown
49; Hahndorf 38; IBCG 37.5;
Piccadilly 37; Nairne 33;
Division 4: Aldgate 60.5;
Crafers 43; Onkaparinga 34;
Aldgate White 33; Uraidla 24;
57; Crafers White 54.5;
Littlehampton 38.5; Aldgate 30;
Crafers 18; Lobethal 18.
Division 6: Stirling 59; Aldgate
47; Uraidla 39; Onkaparinga 37;
Aldgate White 29; Littlehampton
Division 7: Aldgate 63;
Littlehampton 50; Crafers 49;
Hahndorf 34; Echunga 17;
Division 8: Woodside 50;
Aldgate 48; Piccadilly 36;
Nairne 30; Aldgate White 27;
Division 1: Littlehampton
57.5; Littlehampton White 55;
Piccadilly 48.5; Summertown
40; Crafers Green 37; Uraidla
33.5; Mt Barker 12.5; Woodside
Division 2: Lobethal 68;
Stirling 49.5; Piccadilly 34.5;
Hahndorf 29; Littlehampton 29;
Division 3: Stirling 56; Crafers
50.5; Hahndorf 48; Piccadilly
40.5; Hahndorf White 18.5;
Division 4: Onkaparinga 65.5;
Littlehampton 51.5; Lobethal
33.5; Piccadilly 31.5; Crafers
21.5; Nairne 12.5 .
Division 1: Aldgate 54; Crafers
46; Stirling 45; Crafers White
39; Littlehampton 35; Hahndorf
22; Uraidla 19; Piccadilly 19.
Division 2: Onkaparinga 63;
Littlehampton 48; Stirling 42;
Stirling White 32; Woodside 30;
Summertown 22; Crafers 22;
Littlehampton White 20.
TORRENS VALLEY DARTS
Hahndorf (A2) 9-20 d Mt
Torrens (A4) 3-9. Most Pegs: D.
Rehn 56, C. Sumner 56. 180s:
C. Sumner 1. Low Dart Game: J.
Kay 19. Best Average: D. Rehn
19.58; Mt Torrens (A3) 8-19
d Hahndorf (A1) 4-13. Most
Pegs: J. Harris 8. Highest Peg:
J. Harris 74. Best Average: J.
Mt Torrens (B8) 6-15 d Mt
Torrens (B6) 6-14. Most Pegs:
G. Dunsford 7. Highest Peg: B.
Sorell 73; Mt Torrens (B5) 7-16
d Bedford (B2) 5-14. Most
Pegs: Jon McGow 7. Highest
Peg: Julia McGow 102. 180s:
C. Wilhelm 1; Birdwood (B3)
6-17 d Woodside (B4) 6-15.
Most Pegs: S. Atkins 8. Highest
Peg: I. Politis 102. Low Dart
Game: I. Politis 15. 180s: A.
Schwark 1; Mt Torrens (B7)
6-16 d Bedford (B1) 6-14. Most
Pegs: F. Longley 6, P. Haines 6.
Highest Peg: P. Haines 72.
Mt Torrens (C3) 8-16 d Totness
(C1) 4-11. Most Pegs: A. Taylor
7. Highest Peg: A. Taylor 72.
Low Dart Game: C. Fleming 12.
100s: C. Fleming 6, A. Taylor
2, K. Randel 2, A. Kratzer 1,
D. Van Zwol 1, B. Thompson
1; Totness (C2) 9-18 d Mt
Torrens (C4) 3-7. Most Pegs:
K. Medlen 7. Highest Peg: K.
Chippet 40. 100s: K. Medlen 1,
C. Vivian 1, G. Harris 1.
B-goal Winner: J. Daniels.
The Marina Hindmarsh Island
Goolwa Regatta Week got
underway last Saturday at The
Marina Hindmarsh Island.
Dinghy Racing took place in the main
basin and the Marina Challenge.
There were over 30 competitors in the
dinghy race in the northern marina basin
at The Marina Hindmarsh Island.
The racing comprised two distinct races
and the passage races from the Goolwa
Aquatic Club (GAC) to the Marina Basin
and then races within the north eastern
All involved had a fabulous time and
the racing area provided an arena like
situation where spectators had box seats
on the banks overlooking the race.
Sailing conditions were ideal with light six
knot easterly winds gusting to northerly
nine knots and a sea breeze SSE coming
in at about 12.30.
After briefings at the club the dinghy fleet
sailed across to Hindmarsh Island Marina
for a series of four races.
There were three separate fleets.
Sailability fleet of 7 boats, the Opti fleet of
7 boats and the Bics with 8 boats.
The junior fleets of Bic sailors and the
Optis mixed a fair bit of fun with the
serious competitiveness of the racing and
added a joyful atmosphere to the regatta.
The regatta was hosted by Goolwa
Dinghy Sailing with a BBQ lunch at the
Marina and presentation of prises to the
placegetters back at GAC after the sailing.
The place getters for the Sailability fleet
were: Paul Linden and Ken Hibberd,
Wayne Crabb and Dennis Henderson and
Trish Faulkner and David Smallacombe.
The place getters for the Optis Division
1 were Jonas Barrett and Ella Konings,
Division 2 Isaac Konings and Izaak
Hart and Division 3 Ian Irwin and Isaac
Place getters for the Bic fleet included
Nicholas Ebourne, Harry Mitton and
Place getters for the ’passage race’, from
the Bic fleet, which was a race back to
GAC from Hindmarsh Island Thomas
Ebourne, Sam Petton and Jock Hanna.
The format involved two runs through
the lagoons and boats started at two
minute intervals with the fastest boats
getting underway first.
Due to the nature of the confined start
line, the black flag rule was in place,
meaning any boat that crossed the line
early would be recorded as disqualified
for that run.
With the wind a fresh 17-19 knots from
the sou’ sou’ east, there was enough
wind to get boats moving and maintain
momentum in the lulls behind houses.
Residents lining the race course
were again out in force to provide
encouragement to the yachts as they
All the race competitors agreed there
were even more house parties than in
Marina residents who were treated with
box seats as boats sailed within metres of
their front lawns.
Timing the start right proved a bit tricky
for some of the twenty entrants, with
a number of boats making dramatic
manoeuvres metres from the start
line as they attempted to avoid the
disqualification that came with a untimely
Many learnt from previous years the
importance of getting a good start and all
boats successfully started and completed
the first time trial.
With one run under their belts, boats
were now familiar with the course and
readied themselves for a tighter and
cleaner run the second time around.
With the wind having shifted more to the
east the crews and skippers had to work
harder to keep the yachts moving into the
breeze. Some yachts resorted to tacking.
At the conclusion of the second run,
boats moored up in front of the landing
where race post mortems were held as
delicious refreshments were served.
established a Marina Challenge
Perpetual Trophy for the event that will
remain on display at The Landing.
Results were read from last to first
heightening the atmosphere, as the
announcement of place getters drew
In third place was Dolphin (Restricted
21) skippered by Chris Reiffel.
In second place was Bacchus (RL28)
skippered by Brendan Murray.
In first place Nerana (Restricted 21)
skippered by Randal Cooper.
Day two Expo Gala
On Sunday January 17 the Goolwa
Regatta Yacht Club was abuzz with the
sights, sounds and smells of the best that
Goolwa has to offer.
The lawns in front of the club were
filled with stalls as local businesses
and community groups displayed their
wares and offered visitors the change to
discover more about their work.
There was plenty to keep visitors
sustained with strawberries and cream,
international cuisine, wood fired pizzas,
fruit juices, freshly brewed coffee, BBQ,
confectionary and more!
Meanwhile, in the carpark there was
a display of vintage cars and a CFS
appliance was open for inspection.
On the water there was come and
try sailability yachts, rowing and radio
controlled yachts followed by on water
racing by the Goolwa Vintage Boat Club
and the Goolwa Dinghy Club.
The graceful lines, gleaming bright work,
white sails and colourful flags caught the
eyes of spectators who lined the river to
take in the event.
With a combined age of many hundred
years, the Vintage River Boat fleet keeps
alive an important part of Goolwa’s
nautical traditions and embodies
generations of river history and folklore.
Fifteen vintage yachts joined the race
with first place going to Lena (Alex
Blacker), second to Mambo Queen
(Graeme Foristal) and third to Edith
(Southy for Alan Edwards).
Inside the club scale model yachts were
on display in the bar lounge, while in
the Kinnear Room an art exhibition by
the areas talented local artists proved
The weather could not have been better
with blue skies and a breeze of 10 to
15 knots from the South the public take
advantage of the conditions and enjoy a
perfect day in Goolwa.
From the Steamranger and market at
the main wharf, along the foreshore to
the Goolwa Regatta Yacht Club and then
further along to the Goolwa Aquatic Club,
people were everywhere.
The scent of fresh wood oven pizzas,
curries, dim sum and a gourmet BBQ
tempted many to take a seat and soak up
the atmosphere, relax with a drink while
listing to live music by Josh Marschall and
the Ukulele Group of Goolwa (UGG).
Dinghy Racing and
Experienced Stirling campaigner Neil Sandercock represented Stirling
Blue in the Hills Tennis Association Division 1 mens’ rivalry clash against
Stirling White last Saturday at Stirling.
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