The Border Watch : April 1st 2014
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Please email your CV to chris.glasson@austgum. com.au skills, coupled AROUND YOUR OPPOSITION RUN RINGS DISPLAY ADVERTISING Phone 8724 1555 TACKLED: Kalangadoo’s Matt Doody applies pressure to Glencoe’s Jace Weaver. Pies narrow victors From page 32 Brook was playing his first game since midway through last season and he was briefly off his feet in the last term as two trainers worked on his legs. Kilsby proved to be the safest scor- ing option and the young Magpies looked for him on most occasions when they drove the ball ahead of centre. The veteran repaid their confidence It’s a career in banking. But it’s bigger than that. It’s making a difference in your local community. 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Visit careers.bendigobank.com.au to find out more and submit your application. Quote reference number SOA903141. Or contact Regional Manager, Alison Burr on 0418 507 808 or email email@example.com for more information. Applications close on Friday 11 April 2014. in him and his two goals from a range of 40 metres almost sealed the result. He signalled his pleasure to the raucous crowd on the mound where the licensed booth is situated. His feats gave Kalangadoo a buffer of almost four goals with only seven minutes left on the clock but the renowned Glencoe spirit kept on until the final siren. Kalangadoo heads to Robe on Saturday while Glencoe hosts Mount Burr. people Hatherleigh Nangwarry Hatherleigh v Nangwarry Hatherleigh 3.2 4.5 9.4 8.8 12.11 11.11 20.16 (136) 11.15 (81) GOALS – Hatherleigh: S. Beggs, S. Telfer 4, B. Wight, J. Bateman, J. Skeer, C. Buckley 2, B. Sneath, T. Schulz, B. Gibbs, M. Bennett; Nangwarry: C. Lock, B. Lindner, T. Ploenges 3, N. Block, N. Reeves. BEST – Hatherleigh: J. Sullivan, C. Buckley, J. Ferguson-Lane, S. Beggs, T. Watson, S. Waring; Nangwarry : B. Lindner, B. Dinnison, M. Fatchen, C. Hicks, N. Boon, N. Block. Eagles kick clear in last term THERE was no fairytale start for new Nangwarry coach Simon Merrett as he took the reigning wooden spooners to the home ground of the reigning premiers at Hatherleigh. It would have needed some heavenly intervention for the Saints to overcome this programming quirk which put them at such a disadvantage. The match was still in the balance at three quarter time when each side had booted 11 goals. However, the superior fitness levels of the Eagles were used to full advantage as they slammed on the final nine goals of the match. The visitors had their opportunities to score early in the final term but their shots either recorded minor scores or went out of bounds on the full. The 55 point winning margin flatBendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited ABN 11 068 049 178. AFSL 237879. (207512_v7) (26/03/2014) Penola & District Community Bank® Branch tered Hatherleigh and was not a true indication of the improvement and recruitment achieved by Merrett over summer. His side was obviously spurred by recent media reports that unnamed cynics had wanted Nangwarry jettisoned from the Mid South East Football League. trades&servicesguide Every Friday in The Border Watch 24 - The Border W April 1, 2014 Some luck deserted the visitors with key players Ben Dinnison and Ricky Lindner sidelined for part of the third term. Star recruit Tyson Ploenges had the opportunities to boot a bag of six goals but inaccuracy halved that amount. The goal-scoring honours were shared by two Hatherleigh players Simon Beggs and Sam Telfer with four apiece. It was a welcome return to A grade ranks for Beggs who spent all of last season in the reserves and an as occasional runner in senior company. Hatherleigh has been relatively quiet on the recruiting front over summer and its two chief signings wore the blue-and-gold colours on Saturday. Former West Adelaide and East Gambier onballers Coalan Buckley played alongside his elder brother Ciaran for the first time since their days at Kybybolite in 2012. The younger Buckley caught the eye but club insiders anticipate his availability may be restricted by work commitments. The other newcomer was dual West Gambier premiership defender Joe Ferguson-Lane and he scored a mention in the list of best players. The Eagles took over three quarters to hit their peak and the absence of any trial games may have been a contributing factor. In Round 2, Hatherleigh heads across town to meet fellow Round 1 winner Tantanoola while Nangwarry hosts league powerhouse Port MacDonnell.
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