Glowing Capalaba display wins 4KQ Christmas lights comp ( admin posted on January 21st, 2019 )

Bright idea… Capalaba s Jenny and Chris Mirow outside their dazzling Christmas lights display at 44 Larbonya Crescent. Photo by Chris McCormackEVEN Santa would be impressed with the glowing efforts of Capalaba’s Mirow family after they were crowned first in the Residential East category in the annual 4KQ Christmas lights competition.
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Jenny said endless hours of preparation and years of collecting Christmas ornaments had enabled them to create their best display to date, which also won the best 4KQ logo.

“We’ve been doing it for seven years. Last year we won second place (in the Residential East category); it’s nice to top it off and win it,” she said.

Jenny said she and husband Chris had lived at 44 Larbonya Crescent, Capalaba, for 27 years, but decided to get into Christmas decorating to impress their grandkids several years ago.

“We’ve got six grandkids; the oldest is 17 and the youngest is eight. It all started with a few lights and decorations and went from there,” she said.

“Now we have tens of thousands of lights, and I can’t count how many Santas we have.

“It has taken a long time to get it all out and display it, but it’s nice that our neighbours come in and check it out while we’re setting it all up.”

Jenny said Chris had been out hanging lights and decorations from 4am daily for “weeks on end” before he went to work, while she had been doing her bit during the day.

“It’s all good fun in the end, and it looks really great at night. I’m not too sure what’s my favourite thing, but lots of people who visit like to tell us what they like about the display,” she said.

“We’ve got different displays around – a snow cave with bubbles and a smoke machine, a mini church, an Australiana display, and eight reindeers on the roof.

“Everyone is welcome to come in and walk around. It’s lovely to see lots of people wandering around checking it out at night.”

Chris and Jenny’s display is turned on daily from 7pm to 10.30pm until New Year’s Eve.

You can find their display at 44 Larbonya Crescent, Capalaba.

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A very Meadow Springs Christmas ( admin posted on January 21st, 2019 )

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.
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A power cut did nothing to dampen spirits as children sang and danced their way through the early evening.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

HUNDREDS of people gathered at Quarry Park yesterday for Mirvac’s Christmas carols event.

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Early healthy Christmas cheer ( admin posted on December 21st, 2018 )

Australian Breastfeeding Association Warrnambool Group leader Suellen Dodson, Spotlight Sew Centre manager Sheree Rentsch, Delta Therapy Dogs Program members Barbara Kirkby and Lacy and Shannon McKay with Mawson and Warrnambool Chevy Car Club s Ella Baudinette. 121213VH20 Picture: VICKY HUGHSONCHRISTMAS came early at the Warrnambool Base Hospital last week.
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Thanks to some generous local organisations, the hospital took delivery of a new electronic breast pump for the maternity ward and funding for 12 months of Delta Therapy Dogs placement in the mental health area.

The donations have also helped the hospital to take big steps towards full funding for the purchase of a reconstructive microscope, a new paediatric vital signs monitor and funding for therapy dog visits in the palliative care and rehabilitation units next year.

The electronic breast pump was donated by the Australian Breast Feeding Association Warrnambool group at a cost of $4000.

Group leader Suellen Dodson said the money was raised from the annual baby and children’s bonanza.

“It’s an expensive piece of equipment so we were very happy to be able to help the hospital out with that.” she said.

The Chevrolet Car Club of Victoria south-west branch raised $1900 from its display at the Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic finish line with $500 donated toward the therapy dogs visits and the remainder going towards the vital signs monitor.

Spotlight Warrnambool’s annual student design awards night also contributed with the $6608 raised going towards the purchase of a $141,000 reconstructive microscope.

South West Healthcare’s community partnerships manager Suzan Morey said the hospital was extremely grateful to the groups generous donations.

“These four groups are always big supporters of the hospital and we can’t thank them enough,” she said.

“We are well on the way to reaching the fund-raising goal for the paediatric vital signs monitor, only needing another $287 to meet the $9417 total.

“The reconstructive microscope is essential for breast flap surgery. We still need $55,454 for that, which we hope to have by Christmas so we can get the ordering and staff training process underway.”

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Switch – easier than they thought  ( admin posted on December 21st, 2018 )

WHEN Goulburn netballers and basketball players accepted the challenge to switch codes in a special exhibition match to highlight how easy it can be and show a parallel with people switching energy providers the players were uncertain that they could make the transition.
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Energy company Australian Power and Gas who sponsored the game, knew it was possible for the young players to make the adjustment, just like people who step out of their comfort zone to change gas and electricity providers to save money.

It only took the youngsters a few minutes each half to adjust.

While the boys quickly gained the upper hand in the first half, the girls did not let them score all the baskets. The game was played in a light hearted spirit and the score really didn’t seem to matter much with the level of laughter both on court, and from the spectator stands.

When it came time to put on the positional playing bibs and switch to netball, the boys were all over the court learning where they could not go and avoiding contact with their opposites.

However it was not long before they started gaining more possession and with a shooter who was accurate from just about anywhere close to the ring when unimpeded by opposition, the boys were able to lift their scoring rate.

Boys coach Andrew Stewart said that the experience was a positive one for his young players and they learnt quite a bit about positional play and teamwork.

Goulburn District Netball president Simone Blay thanked Australian Power and Gas for the opportunity to switch.

“It was loads of fun and I don’t know who enjoyed themselves the most, the spectators, referees or the players it is certainly worth doing again,” Mrs Blay said.

Australian Power and Gas general manager David Goadby said, through his representative on the day, that the company was delighted to support Goulburn sport by hosting the Sport Switch event.

He said that half the people in NSW had never switched energy providers, and were missing out on substantial savings they could make by making the change.

While the boys won, both teams received a trophy and individual medals, reminding them of the fun afternoon they had switching.

MIXING IT: Goulburn 2012 Under 12s Basketball representatives and some of the city’s promising junior netballers prepare for their first half basketball then second half netball game to show that switching is possible. From left: Chloe Furner, Will Mooney, Kirsty Toole, Lucas Ross, Hannah Cudaj, Ryan Thomas, Chloe Baird, Caleb Croker, Bailey Stewart, Eleesha Harvey, Caelan Hunter, Lucy Condylios, Lachlan Caldwell, Ella Fennamore, Anthony Cummins and Hannah Greaves. Front: Riley Weeks and Laura Baird exchanging balls.

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Highlanders look up ( admin posted on December 21st, 2018 )

UNDERESTIMATE us at your peril. That’s the warning sent to the George Tooke Shield from incoming Highlanders coach Michael Brown.
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The former Bulldogs back rower takes over the reins at a critical time in the club’s short history.

The Highlanders this year failed to field a team and have just two wins to show for their four seasons of hard work.

Even so Brown is confident his team can shake history and vie for the semi-finals in 2013.

“We’ve got a pretty good side coming down here, a few of the boys from reggies at the Bulldogs are coming over,” he said.

“A few more wins than they’ve had in previous years would be a start.”

The coach’s hopes for a semi-final berth are match by that of the board. President Mick Gordon, a founding member of the club back in 2008, believes the team has the cattle to challenge for the top four.

The club’s finances are in good stead too. Gordon said the Highlanders had five major sponsors lined-up for the 2013 season.

First thing’s first: the Highlanders need to assemble a squad and begin pre-season training.

Brown, a rookie coach, expects his charges to get stuck early in the new year.

“Pretty much straight after Christmas, we’ll get stuck into it,” he said.

“I’ve played plenty of footy, but never coached, so it’ll be a challenge for me. I’m looking forward to it.”

The status of the George Tooke Shield has suffered with the withdrawal of the Binalong Brahmans, premiers in 2010, the Exchange Rabbitohs and the West Belconnen Warriors.

The competition will be bolstered by the introduction of the Yass Magpies, semi-finalists in this year’s Canberra Raiders Cup demoted due to a lack of players.

Brown expects the Magpies and Harden Hawks to be tough toss in 2013.

The Harman Seadogs and ADFA Knights, the only two teams the Highlanders have beaten in their five year history, are set to again line-up next season.

The Highlanders will be eager to repeat history when they face the Knights and Seadogs in the new year.

THE BOSSES: Highlanders president Mick Gordon welcomes new captain-coach Michael Brown.

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Nomination mix-up rules out champion ( admin posted on December 21st, 2018 )

THE much anticipated appearance, at Sale, of Australia’s champion stayer Miata has been put on hold because of a mix-up with nominations for Boxing Day’s Sale Cup.
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The star greyhound was not among the 37 entries at closing time despite being specially flown over to Victoria to trial at Sale last Thursday morning. Miata, as expected, set the track alight trialling post to post over 590 metres.

While it is disappointing for the Gippsland people to be deprived of seeing Miata in the flesh, there is no shortage of talented greyhounds in Wednesday night’s heats.

The first of the cup heats is race three with Tasmanian Bell Haven going into the event with strong credentials. Bell Haven has been campaigning in group class staying events over the past few months with success in the Sydney Cup and Summer Cup and creditable performances in the Bold Trease at Sandown and the National Distance Championship at Hobart.

The hardest to beat will be classy sprinter Proven Impala, who last week ran third in the Brisbane Cup and followed up with a smart win over 600m on Saturday night at the Meadows.

In the second heat, two of last year’s cup combatants, Premier Boloney and Granduer, will be up against the extremely talented, but enigmatic, stayer Bizarre Barbie, who needs clear galloping room to unleash the strongest finishing burst in greyhound racing.

The nominal favourite for the Sale Cup will now be the Kelvin Greenough-trained Jethro, who is already a group one winner of the Hume City Cup and finished a close second to Miata in the Bold Trease at Sandown. Box four should pose no problems for Jethro and he should win the third heat from Johnny Ringo.

Lara trainers Graeme Bate and Robert Britton are both Sale Cup-winning trainers and well represented in heat four. The Bate-trained and Paul Wheeler-owned Irma Bale has already amassed $305,246 and with already having experience on the track is expected to be hard to beat. The Robert Britton-trained Two Tree Hill adds interest to the heats being a quality sprinter tackling a middle distance for the first time.

Supporters of the local hopes in the cup will have to wait until the final heat to see their best hope of a Gippsland victory.

The Michael Fearnley-trained Wy Yung Tiger has been a wonderful greyhound for connections amassing $116,000 in stakes and is rarely far from the money. This is the hardest heat to assess with several chances including South Australian Cousin Callum, the highly-talented AlpeD’Huez and in form Destini Fireball.

The remainder of the program is also very strong with local interest in race one at 6.56pm. The district’s leading sprinter Linden Magpie is trained by John Norden at Stratford and was a finalist in the Melbourne Cup, and from box one, can set punters off on the right track.

The first event commences at 6.56pm.

The final of the Sale Cup will be held Boxing Day night, Wednesday, December 26.

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Man damages Kenthurst Post Office  ( admin posted on December 21st, 2018 )

Upset over parcel
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Two men caused $200 worth of damage to Kenthurst Post Office on Friday after being told they couldn’t receive their mail without identification.

The men entered the store after 2pm and allegedly became violent and abusive to staff when they couldn’t take their parcel. After a short argument with staff the men pushed over a shelf and left.

Help find missing man

Police are calling on the public to find Matthew Allen, 18 (pictured above).

Mr Allen is described as 185 centimetres tall, medium build, about 85 kilograms with fair skin, blue eyes, and dark brown hair.

He wore blue jeans, white joggers and a black T-shirt. Mr Allen attends Castle Hill TAFE and is known to frequent the Castle Hill CBD.

He was last seen on November 27 when he left his home in Westleigh. Police have serious concerns for Mr Allen’s welfare. Details: Hornsby police station on 9476 9708.

Theft from vehicle

Police are reminding Christmas shoppers not to leave valuables in their vehicles following a $1685 robbery at Castle Towers. Thieves forced open a door of a Toyota Camry and stole a laptop, iPad, clothing and Xbox games.

Lucky pedestrian

A Baulkham Hills pedestrian was lucky to escape serious injury on Monday when he was hit by a car trying to cross Seven Hills Road. Police said the man was under the influence of alcohol when he stepped out into the path of a car. The car’s mirror struck him, knocking him to the ground.

He suffered minor injuries and cuts. Police said the man may be fined.

Speeding fines

Two motorists were each fined $799 on the weekend for speeding more than 30 km over the speed limit in Kellyville.

On Saturday a Castle Hill man, 35, was clocked driving at 100 km/h in a 60 km/h speed zone. The next day police fined a Narwee man, 24, for driving 99 km/h in a 60 km/h zone.

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Church services in The Hills ( admin posted on November 21st, 2018 )

THOUSANDS of Hills residents will attend church services on Christmas Day to remember its true meaning.
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■ Baulkham Hills North Public School, Girralong Avenue, Baulkham Hills.

Christmas Eve: Family carols service, 5.30pm.

■ St Paul’s Anglican Church, Carlingford corner Moseley Street and Vickery Avenue, Carlingford.

Christmas Eve: Family carols service 5pm; service 11pm.

Christmas Day: Traditional service 8am; Family service 9.30am; Cantonese and Mandarin service 11am;

■ Life Church, Corner Kings and Showground roads, Castle Hill.

December 23: Christmas carols, special items and message from Ps Paul Jeyachandran. From 10am;

■ St Paul’s Anglican Church Castle Hill, 421 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill.

Christmas Eve: 5pm, 9pm and 11pm; Christmas Day: 7.30am and 9.30am;

■ Cherrybrook Community and Cultural Centre, Shepherds Lane, Cherrybrook.

Christmas Eve: Carols by glow sticks 6pm. Christmas Day: service 9.30am;

■ Emmanuel Anglican Church, 31A Glenhaven Road, Glenhaven. Christmas Eve: Family service 6pm. Christmas Day: Carols and communion 8am; family service 9.30am;

■ St Bernadette’s Catholic Church, 367 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill.

Christmas Eve: Children and young families 5pm; family mass 7pm; youth mass 10pm; Midnight mass (with carols from 11.30pm).

Christmas Day: 7.30am, 9am and 10.30am.

■ Baulkham Hills Baptist Church, 39 Sarah Crescent, Baulkham Hills.

Christmas Eve: 11pm

Christmas Day: 9am.

■Dural District Anglican Churches

Christmas Eve: St Jude’s Dural 6pm; St Jude’s Little Church, communion 10.30pm.

Christmas Day: St Jude’s Dural, for families 9.30am; St Jude’s Little Church, communion 7.45am; St Columb’s Arcadia, communion 9.30am; Christ Church Kenthurst, for families 9am.

■North Rocks Anglican Church, North Rocks Public School school hall corner Barclay and North Rocks roads, North Rocks.

Christmas Eve: 6pm.

Christmas Day: 9.30am.

■Norwest Anglican Church, 19 Chapel Lane, Baulkham Hills.

Christmas Eve: Carols service 6pm; Holy Communion 11pm.

Christmas Day: 9am service.

■St Matthews Anglican Church, corner New Line and Castle Hill roads, West Pennant Hills.

Christmas Eve: family service 5pm; traditional communion 7pm; contemporary 9pm and 11pm.

Christmas Day: Family services with communion 8am and 10am.

■Castle Hill Baptist Church, 13 Showground Road, Castle Hill.

December 23: Carol service with sausage sizzle from 5pm

Christmas Day: 9am.

■West Pennant Hills Community Church, 41-43 Eaton Road, West Pennant Hills

Christmas Day: 9.30am.

■St Bernadette’s Catholic Church, 367 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill.

Christmas Eve: Children and young families 5pm; family mass 7pm; youth mass 10pm; Midnight mass (with carols from 11.30pm).

Christmas Day:7.30am, 9am and 10.30am.

■Hillsong Church 1 to 5 Solent Circuit, Norwest Boulevarde, Baulkham Hills.

Christmas Eve: 6.30pm

Christmas Day: 9am and 11am.

■Baulkham Hills Baptist Church, 39 Sarah Crescent, Baulkham Hills.

Christmas Eve: 11pm

Christmas Day: 9am.

■Our Lady of the Rosary Kellyville, 8 Diana Avenue, Kellyville.

Christmas Eve: Children’s mass 6pm; family mass 8pm; Midnight mass (with Christmas carols from 11pm).

Christmas Day: 7am, 9am and 11am.

■Kellyville Anglican Church, 45 President Road, Kellyville.

Christmas Eve: Family celebration 3pm; Night celebration 7pm.

Christmas Day:Celebration and communio 9.30am.

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Take hard work out of Christmas shopping ( admin posted on November 21st, 2018 )

Christmas decorations instakringle
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WHETHER it’s a talking moustache keyring, a racing car set, tomato sauce gun or an overnight leopard print bag, Instakringle’s large selection of creative gifts are all under $30.

“The office Kris Kringle tradition is something the majority of us dread and generally forget about until the day of the Christmas party,” Instakringle ambassador Corrine Grant said.

“Whose name will you pull out? What on earth do you get them? What if it’s the boss?

“InstaKringle南京夜网.au is an ingenious solution that will keep both you and your boss on good terms and help Aussies put even less thought into the festive ritual.”

Partnered with eBay, Deals Direct, Unicef, Get Music and many others, this site run by PayPal could be the easiest shopping you do all holidays.

“Quick, secure and convenient, like all PayPal transactions, InstaKringle南京夜网.au selects

gifts based on a series of personality traits

identified by the user,” Ms Grant said.

“The site not only provides a selection of perfectly matched but totally useless presents, but allows users to purchase them online there and then. Plus all gifts are $30 and under.”

Taking the hard work out of shopping for the perfect gift, they’ll even wrap the gift for you and deliver it straight to your Kris Kringle recipient.

And with wrapping paper patterned with the statement, “It’s the lack of thought that counts”, you’re sure to light up the faces of colleagues and friends.

You can even give the gift of giving with charity-based gifts available.

“Quick, secure and convenient — InstaKringle

南京夜网.au is fun. I have wasted a fair bit of time messing around with the gift selector and laughing at the results,” Ms Grant said.

“The other thing I love about the site is that you can buy a gift that will make a real difference.”

Ms Grant said that the most important part of Kris Kringle is putting in as little effort and money as possible.

“Buy something silly but fun — Instakringle

南京夜网.au has a bazillion gifts you can buy in about five minutes — that’s exactly the amount of time you should be spending on the geek from IT that you’ve only spoken to once,” Ms Grant said.

But if you are looking for a present to suit that hard-to-buy-for individual, then Instakringle could be the easiest thing you do this Christmas.

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Maffra makes tennis history ( admin posted on November 21st, 2018 )

DESPITE holding top spot on the ladder for the whole of the 10-week home-and-away season, Sale Star Hotel went down to Maffra in a tightly fought Gippsland Premier League tennis grand final.
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It was a similar scoreline as in their round eight encounter, which was also taken by Maffra.

A healthy-sized crowd was at the Sale Tennis Club on Saturday to witness the grand final of the inaugural GPL, which has proven to be a very positive addition to the tennis calendar.

Soon to be departing to take up her USA tennis scholarship, Maffra’s Hailey Shanahan ensured her undefeated singles season remained intact with a strong 6-2 6-1 win over Karen Brown, followed by Jake Weir and Natalie Allman surprising Cohen Schuback and Lexie Joyce 7-5 6-3.

Star’s Abe Schuback and Nick Board played a blinder to defeated Mitch Allman and Jamie Kemp, 9-8, and after Joyce continued her vast improvement to blitz the previously undefeated Natalie Allman 6-1 6-2, the match was square.

Jamie Kemp turned the match in Maffra’s favour with an unexpected win over Board in a tight super tiebreaker after taking the first set 6-2 but losing the second 6-4 and facing a far more experienced opponent in the critical decider.

Cohen Schuback was favoured to add the Star’s match count, and did so 6-3 6-3, but not without a gutsy fight by Jake Weir in a very mature effort by both junior players.

Mitch Allman was a class act, defeated the very solid Abe Schuback 6-1 6-3. These great warriors for their respective clubs had two encounters during the season with nothing much between them although Mitch won both.

Kemp and Shanahan brought home the bacon for Maffra with their 8-4 defeat of Board and Brown, and with the grand final decided, the remaining rubber between Mitch Allman and Shanahan against Abe Schuback and Brown was decided off court during the relaxed post mortem match celebrations and commiserations in the clubhouse.

IN a disappointing twist on the day, for reasons not yet fully assessed, the scheduled third-fourth and fifth-sixth play-offs were not contested.

An investigation is under way into why some players decided among themselves not to show up for the scheduled matches, exposing their clubs to embarrassment. Appropriate action and condition changes will be considered in order to avoid a reoccurrence of this sort of action in seasons to come.

THE new season opens on the first weekend of February with the inaugural Gippsland Grand Prix of Tennis at Traralgon.

The singles cup will be contested from 1pm by GPL players, and also players not committed to traditional pennant fixtures, on Saturday, February 2, while the teams’ cup will be played on Sunday, February 3 between club teams of four males and four females from 9.30am.

One club has already indicated up to four team nominations for this full day teams event which will bring together a number of Gippsland tennis clubs at one location for the first time in years.

Natalie Allman, Maffra.

Cohan Schuback, Sale Star Hotel.

Jamie Kemp, Maffra.

Abe Schuback, Sale Star Hotel.

Nick Board, Sale Star Hotel.

Jake Weir, Maffra.

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