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YOUR fitness journey awaits you at the
YMCA Bass Coast.
Change is an active decision, and the team
at the YMCA want to add life to your years,
not just years to your life.
YMCA Bass Coast has a range of exciting ways
you can start your journey or get back on track.
With recently updated cardio equipment,
you can now set and track your goals whilst
being entertained with the latest music vid-
eos, workouts of the week, live TV and ac-
cess to the internet.
There is also an extensive range of group
fitness classes on offer including: Body
Pump, Body Combat, Boxfit, Body Balance
and Spin cycle classes.
Recently the YMCA has added Pilates on
every Tuesday at 9.30am and Body Combat
on Tuesday nights at 6pm starts in March.
The YMCA operates a limited hours child-
care service four days per week between
9.15am and 10.45am, and to noon on
Wednesdays for children from six weeks
through to five years, providing a great op-
portunity for parents to leave their children
in the care of qualified childcare staff, to at-
tend a class, gym or have a swim.
Another great advantage of your YMCA
membership is that you have full access to
the programs and services of the YMCA Phil-
lip Island Leisure Centre.
With no joining fee until Monday, February
27, there really is no better time to become a
member of the Y, who can support your deci-
sion to make this year an amazing year for
your health and wellbeing.
For more information contact the YMCA
on 5672 4194 or visit the website at www.
AQUATIC & LEISURE CENTRE
41 Wentworth Rd, Wonthaggi 3995
ph: 5672 4194 www.basscoast.ymca.org.au
$0 START UP
ONE MONTH FREE & A YMCA SINGLET!
Terms & conditions apply
Top teams win well
INVERLOCH won all the sets against Leongatha
North to widen the gap between second and third
in Section 1.
Phillip Island travelled to Koonwarra for a good
day’s tennis with Koonwarra winning a men’s, la-
dies and a mixed.
Phillip Island won well on games.
Berry’s Creek are well clear on top in Section 2.
Baromi won two men’s sets and a mixed but not
quite enough. Berry’s Creek came out winners by
Koonwarra were the winners out at Hallston. Rain
spoilt the day a bit out there. Well done to Sam Ger-
vasi, in new territory helping Hallston field a team.
Outtrim were the winners against Leongatha
Green, but watch out for Jed Moore as a player in
the future. Well done to him for playing in the two
winning sets for Green.
Korumburra were the winners over Leongatha
Gold, but the rain came and the mixed were
The Hawks won 52 games to 21 against the Ea-
gles in Section 3.
The Eagles will have to hope that play goes their
way to make the finals with only two rounds left to
Baromi v The Parrots, no score was received,
however we hear that Baromi won 6 sets to 1. Lad-
ders are correct but Baromi will lose points for the
As a reminder, the results must be with the score
secretary by 8pm on Saturday. Phone, SMS or
Mailed to 14 Noel Court.
Section 1: Inverloch 9.72 defeated Leongatha
North 0.23, Phillip Island 6.61 defeated Koon-
warra 3.44, Leongatha Bye.
Ladder: Phillip Island 129, Inverloch 117.5,
Leongatha North 73, Koonwarra 72, Leongatha
Section 2: Koonwarra 5.5 59 defeated
Hallston 3.5 48, Korumburra 6.5 59 defeated
Leongatha Gold 2.5 47, Berry’s Creek 6.61 de-
feated Baromi 3.51, Outtrim 7.63 defeated Le-
ongatha Green 2.26.
Ladder: Berry’s Creek 137.5, Koonwarra
121.5, Outtrim 120, Baromi 119.5, Hallston
106, Korumburra 52.5, Leongatha Gold 46,
Leongatha Green 36.5.
Section 3: Leongatha Hawks 7.52 defeated
Leongatha Eagles 0.20, Baromi 6 Parrots 1,
Ladder: Baromi 93.5, Leongatha Parrots
91.5, Mardan 72.5, Leongatha Hawks 65.5, Le-
ongatha Eagles 56.
Riverside Tennis Association
SECTION 2 Doubles: Trafalgar Tigers 7-46
def Drouin 2-20, Hallora 7-49 def Trafalgar
Lions 2-25, Neerim District 5-50 def Warragul
4-42, Poowong 9–54 def Buln Buln 0-12.
Ladder: Hallora 105 144.65%, Trafalgar Ti-
gers 99 137.76%, Poowong 95 131.45%, Warra-
gul 94 121.90%, Neerim District 93 133.17%,
Drouin 61 84.89%, Trafalgar Lions 41 58.52%,
Buln Buln 28 41.60%.
Allambee Mirboo & District Tennis
MEMBERS of the Inverloch Tennis Club won the grand final in Section C6 at Country
week at Yarrawonga last week.
A fantastic time was had by all.
Country week tennis is a great way to meet new people and play great tennis.
Team members included, from left, Carmel from Shepparton, Jo Cash, Denise Burke,
Anne Thornby and Anne Crouch.
Country week winners
THE Inverloch Tennis Club recently held its
Open Singles and Doubles club champion-
Jack Clements won the men’s singles defeat-
ing Ben Morgan, while Jayla Morcom defeated
Angela Toomey and the women’s final.
In the doubles, Jack and Ben Clements de-
feated Megan and Nathan Harris.
Jayla Morcom (right) defeated Angela
Toomey in the Women’s final.
Inverloch’s young champs
Jack Clements (right) defeated Ben Mor-
gan in the Men’s final.
Start your journey
with the YMCA
With newly updated cardio equipment to
track your goals, now is the best time to join
up at the Wonthaggi YMCA.
Charles Joma will
fight in the final of
the Junior State Ti-
tles after winning the
semi-final on Sun-
Charles and his op-
ponent were voted by
judges as having the
best bout of the day
and he will now com-
pete in the final.
He has also secured
a spot to represent
Victoria in the Na-
tional Junior Titles
at Adelaide in April.
Charles is pictured
with coach Scott Wil-
liamson after his win
on the weekend.
Big bout for Joma
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