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Tues 30 2.40am 8.35am 3.44pm 9.10pm
1.61m 0.22m 1.85m 0.62m
Wed 31 3.29am 9.26am 4.31pm 10pm
1.60m 0.27m 1.80m 0.60m
Thurs 1 4.19am 10.15am 5.19pm 10.50pm
1.56m 0.35m 1.74m 0.59m
5.15am 11.03am 6.07pm 11.41pm
1.50m 0.45m 1.66m 0.59m
Sat 3 6.17am 11.50am 6.55pm
1.45m 0.56m 1.59m
Sun 4 12.30am 7.28am 12.38pm 7.44pm
0.60m 1.40m 0.67m 1.52m
Mon 5 1.29am 8.34am 1.30pm 8.33pm
0.61m 1.39m 0.77m 1.46m
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ROUND 12 results: APL Aces 10 def Gyp-
sies 5, Cally Devils 9 def Wonthaggi Golf Club
6, Purple Helmets Too 8 def The Cally Crew 7,
Austral Warriors 11 def Wonthaggi Club Blue 4,
Wonthaggi Club Tigers 8 def Outkasts 7, Purple
Helmets 9 def Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club 6.
LADDER: Austral Warriors 64 40, Wonthaggi
Golf Club 42 40, APL Aces 58 36, Cally Devils
28 36, Purple Helmets 30 24, Wonthaggi Club
Tigers 16 24, Wonthaggi Club Blue -30 24,
Purple Helmets Too -32 24, Outkasts -30 16,
Gypsies -42 12, Wonthaggi Workmen’s Club -52
8, The Cally Crew -52 4.
ARRIVING at school with their backpacks
on, a surfboard under their arm and ready
to swap their uniform for a wetsuit at a mo-
ment’s notice, this group of talented girls has
been surfing together at Newhaven College for
a number of years and are now taking all be-
Regular after school coaching with former
World Tour surfer Glyndon Ringrose, as well
as weekly timetabled sport sessions in the
waves have helped them score a string of re-
Year 8 student Sage Goldsbury is the cur-
rent Under 14 Australian Girls Surfing
Champion, with Sophie Fletcher (Year 12)
and Poppy Corbett (Year 7) having just re-
cently secured 2017 Victorian Titles in their
Together, Sophie and Sage along with Lan-
nia Fostin and Daisy Corbett (both Year 10)
recently won the Victorian Independent
Schools Girls Team Title for 2017.
All seven girls have won the annual schools
‘Girlsurf ’ contest held at Point Leo for a num-
ber of years in succession.
Remarkably, five of these girls, Sophie, Dai-
sy, Lannia, Poppy and Sage, will make up half
of the Victorian Female Team for the Austra-
lian Titles in NSW later in the year, a testa-
ment to the top class ability that these young
Finally, and perhaps most happily for the
girls, they beat a student team of boys, a team
of College teachers, and a team of their par-
ents to win the 2017 Newhaven College Chal-
Head of Newhaven College’s Surfing Acad-
emy, Andy Neal, was gracious in defeat.
“While the teachers’ team certainly went out
to try and win, we have no qualms at all being
beaten by the girls.
“They are such a talented and hard work-
ing group that they deserve every success
that comes to them... but we will certainly try
harder to knock them off their throne next
Newhaven surf girls victorious
Holding the Newhaven College Challenge Cup and the Victorian Independent Schools
Girls Team Trophy are Glyndon Ringrose (coach), Stevie Ryan, Daisy Corbett, Sophie
Fletcher, Sage Goldsbury, Poppy Corbett, Lannia Fostin, Molly Hosken and Newhaven
College’s Head of Surfing Academy, Andy Neal.
TWO legends of the Wonthaggi Work-
men’s Cricket Club, Noel ‘Butch’ West
and Aldo Sartori, were presented with
life memberships at the club’s presen-
tation night at the Wonthaggi Golf Club
Butch and Aldo have been at the club
in on and off field roles for many years
and have dedicated themselves to the
preparation of the turf wicket at the
Butch West Oval.
Butch started at the club in the 1960s
and played in eight A Grade premier-
ships as captain, coach and player.
He was heavily involved in the forma-
tion of the turf wicket in 1980 and is
still involved 37 years later.
Aldo started at the club in the 1950s,
where he played 240 games, umpired
for seven years and has been Butch’s
right-hand man at the Wonthaggi turf
Both have been great supporters at
club functions over the years.
The Kirk Studham best clubperson
award was presented to Bryce Evans for
his tireless work at the club.
The club celebrated its A1 and B1
premiership wins as well as individual
player achievements on the night.
Ryan Thomas won the A1 Cricketer of
the Year and the Bernie Maloney Club
Cricketer of the Year awards, Dave Britt
won the A1 batting award, Jakeb Thom-
as won the A1 bowling award and Sam
Huitema won the A1 captain’s award.
Scott Williams won the B1 Cricketer of
the Year and bowling award, Liam Saw-
yer won the B1 batting award and Rob-
bie Geyer won the B1 captain’s award.
Joel Brann won the C1 Cricketer of the
Year and bowling award, Craig Harvey
won the C1 batting award and Emmett
Dempsey won the C1 captain’s award.
Sam Liddle won the C2 bowling
award, Justin Licis won the C2 batting
award and Bailey Harvey won the C2
In the under 16s, Alex Geyer won
the Cricketer of the Year and batting
awards, Sean Tessari won the bowling
award, Joel Brann won the best in finals
award and Will Speed won the coach’s
The Kirk Studham Best Clubperson award
was presented to Bryce Evans by president
Noel ‘Butch’ West and Aldo Sartori were presented with
life memberships of the Wonthaggi Workmen’s Cricket
Club by president Michael Turton at the club’s presenta-
tion night recently.
Workmen’s A1 award winners Jakeb Thomas (bowling
award), Sam Huitema (captain’s award), James Sheerin (pre-
miership captain) and Ryan Thomas (cricketer of the year and
the Bernie Maloney Club Cricketer of the Year award), with
president Michael Turton. Absent: Dave Britt (batting award).
Wonthaggi Workmen’s B1 award winners Robbie Geyer
(captain’s award), Liam Sawyer (premiership captain and
batting award) and Scott Williams (cricketer of the year and
C1 award winners Emmett Dempsey (captain’s award), cap-
tain Chad Harvey and Joel Brann (cricketer of the year and
bowling award). Absent: Craig Harvey (batting award).
C2 award winners Sam Liddle (bowling award) and Bailey Harvey
(captain’s award), with president Michael Turton. Absent: Justin Li-
cis (batting award).
Under 16 award winners were Joel Brann (best in finals), Sean Tes-
sari (bowling award), Alex Geyer (cricketer of the year and batting
award) and Will Speed (coaches award).
Club legends honoured
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