The Border Watch : October 22nd 2013
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Available approved custo only. See in sto details. Mount Gambier Your Premium Optus Dealer Ph (08) 8724 6800 627168 ditions eto omers ore for 31 EAST GAMBIER PRESENTATIONS SPORT NEWS TIPS email@example.com 200 GAMES: Club president James Kitschke presented Matthew White with a framed Jumper in recognition of 200 club games. DOUBLE TON: Club president James Kitschke presented Sam Clark with a framed jumper and playing life membership in recognition of 200 A grade games. B GRADE NETBALL: Bec Famularo (coach s trophy sponsored by Pike Design and Construction), Zoe Tomkinson (best and fairest sponsored by Harvey World Travel), Nicole McIntyre (runner-up best and fairest sponsored by South Australian Hotel), coach Bindi Davis. C GRADE NETBALL: Coach Bo Richards, Michele Wichman (most valuable player in grand final), Roxy Anderson- Gibson (best and fairest sponsored by Richards Crash Repairs), Daniela Waters (runner-up best and fairest sponsored by H & L Scheidl), Megan Brodie (coach s trophy sponsored by Richards Crash Repairs). 17 AND UNDER NETBALL: Casey Horrigan (coach s trophy sponsored by Michael and Michelle Smith), coach Bronwyn McCallum, Malinda Markiewicz (best and fairest sponsored by Blue Lake Homes). HAVING FUN: Chris and Laureen Eldridge, Jo Janeway and Sue Pratt. NETBALLERS: Roxy Anderson-Gibson, Mary Wilson, Sarah and Zena Creek.
October 23rd 2013