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Warriors down after a long day at the office                                                                                                                                                                                                   BRIEFLY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Chase never gets started
GRIDIRON                                                 The Warriors went down fighting                            last quarter. It was very difficult;                      and defence and Levin said he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               PREMIER CRICKET: Hawthorn-
                                                        against the all-conquering Gridiron                         they put up a hell of a fight. It was                     played a solid game.
                                                        Victoria junior section defending                           absolutely ridiculous in terms of                          Levin said the team achieved its                                Monash Uni could only muster
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               143 on Saturday, with the poor
Eliza Sewell                                            champion, the Bay City Bucca-                               how long the game went for.                               goal of making the finals, but he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               score handing Dandenong an
                                                        neers, 62-35.                                                ‘‘It was absolutely incredible, it                       was reluctant to make lofty aims for                             easy victory in their Premier
AN undermanned Monash War-                               Down to 16 players, while the                              was a reflection of how tired the                         next season as the side loses Marini                             Cricket clash.
riors under-18 gridiron side fell                       opposition had 30 to change be-                             defence got.’’                                            and quarter-back Steve Clinch who                                The Hawks were chasing 199
agonisingly short of a Grand Final                      tween offence and defence, coach                             Starting centre Kieran Marini                            will be too old for under-18 level.                              and resumed their chase at
berth despite grinding out 3½                           Dan Levin said the Warriors were                            missed the match and 15-year-old                           ‘‘It’s not easy to replace someone                              5/85 on Saturday.
hours of play in demanding con-                         gallant.                                                    Lachlan Simpson took his place.                           who throws 14 touchdowns and has                                 The pressure was on Hawks’
ditions last weekend.                                    ‘‘It really didn’t blow out until the                       Simpson was forced to play offence                       a 60-yard arm,’’ Levin said.                                     captain Simon Dart (17) but,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               when Brett Fairbanks snared

Play like a team, not Rebels
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               his wicket, all hope was lost.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The Panthers were 3/192 in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               their second innings.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Just two have perfect record
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SDCL: Two teams, Cavaliers
BASEBALL                                       But, Berg said, the Rebels                                                                                                                                                                      and Mt Waverley Uniting, re-
                                             left base-runners stranded                                                                                                                                                                        main the only undefeated
                                             late in the contest, another                                                                                                                                                                      teams following the completion
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               of Round 5 of the Menzies
Chris Vernuccio                              factor in the loss.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Shield season in the Southern
                                               ‘‘We hit the ball pretty well                                                                                                                                                                   Cricket League.
                                             but couldn’t string them
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Uniting easily accounted for
MULGRAVE playing-coach                       together,’’ Berg said.                                                                                                                                                                            Trinity, with the home side’s
Ryan Berg believes his side                    ‘‘I’m pretty sure we out-hit                                                                                                                                                                    score of 206 proving more than

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must become more team-                       our opponents. We just                                                                                                                                                                            enough to inflict the first defeat
oriented if it wants to con-                 couldn’t score runs.                                                                                                                                                                              of the season on the newly-
sistently match-it with its                    ‘‘We had a couple of                                                                                                                                                                            promoted side.
State League Division 2                      opportunities early and                                                                                                                                                                           And, Cavaliers scored a con-
rivals.                                      then another one late in the                                                                                                                                                                      vincing win against Toorak
 The assessment came after                   game with none out and a                                                                                                                                                                          Prahran, winning their game by
the Rebels squandered an                     runner on second base.                                                                                                                                                                            146 runs on the first innings.
opportunity to move into                       ‘‘We need to do the team                                                                                                                                                                           Scores on page 53
the top two with a 3-2 loss                  things when the runners
against     Bonbeach       last              are in scoring position and
Sunday.                                      we need runs.’’                                                                                                                                                                                   Oaks just miss full points
 Berg said his side played                     Mulgrave is fourth with a                                                                                                                                                                       VSDCA: Oakleigh was denied an
well enough to knock-off                     4-3 record.                                                                                                                                                                                       outright victory in its VSDCA
Bonbeach, which played in                      Berg said the Rebels were                                                                                                                                                                       clash     against   Melton      at
Division 1 last season, but                  better positioned for a finals                                                                                                                                                                    Warrawee       Park   Oval     on
would rue fielding slip-up                   berth after playing every
that sacrificed at least two                 team.                                                                                                                                                                                             Oakleigh reached 137, to claim
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               first innings points by 51 runs,
runs.                                          ‘‘At the end of the day we
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               but it was unable to snare the
 ‘‘If we take away a couple                  took two things away,’’ Berg                                                                                                                                                                      final wicket in Melton’s second
of important errors that we                  said.                                                                                                                                                                                             dig.
made, we probably win the                      ‘‘We think that we should                                                                                                                                                                       Melton dug deep to reach 9/59
game,’’ Berg said.                           have won the game.                                                                                                                                                                                when stumps were called, a
 ‘‘Errors did cost us in the                   ‘‘But, in a positive insight,                                                                                                                                                                   lead of just eight runs.
end.’’                                       we’ve played everyone in                                                                                                                                                                          Mount Waverley emerged with
 Paul Rogers opened Mul-                     the competition and there’s                                                                                                                                                                       just three points after its
grave’s account in the fifth                 not a team we don’t fell like                                                                                                                                                                     VSDCA match against Endeav-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               DATE: 27/11/07
innings, on a Ricardo                        we can’t beat.’’                                                                                                                                                                                  our Hills ended in a tie.
Anaya      RBI,    to     slice                Meanwhile, Waverley had                                                                                                                                                                         Mount smashed 277 on Day 1,
Bonbeach’s lead in half.                     mixed success in Division 1.                                                                                                                                                                      but its opponent was up for the
 The home side again                           The Wildcats humiliated                                                                                                                                                                         challenge, equalling that tally at
pegged the deficit to a single               bottom-club        Melbourne,                                                                                                                                                                     Endeavour Hill’s Sydney Par-
run when a Rogers RBI                        15-0, last Sunday before a 2-2                                                                                                                                                                    geter Reserve on Saturday.
allowed Berg to cross for his                mid-week draw with Sun-                        Waverley slugged its way to an emphatic win against Melbourne last week.                                                                           Despite claiming three run outs,
side’s second.                               shine.                                                                                                                                              Picture: DALE MANN. s21wg611                  Mount dropped six catches.


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                                                       3.86 ,C. Bridle Long Jump Open Women 3.75 ,E. Little      6.78 M; Emily Boribon Tjav 10.90 M;                      200m 31.13 Sec; Paul Malelis 800m 2 Min 42.43 Sec;         91-88 (G.Findlay 19-23, I.Wright 36-17, A.Staaf 23-21,
ATHLETICS                                              Long Jump Open Women 3.44 ,K. Drew Long Jump              G U10: Ellie Sanford 100m 16.05 Sec; Ellie Sanford       Kelvin Lees 80h 15.23 Sec; Robbie Raines Dis 22.07 M;      F.Stickland 13-27); No 3 d Noble Park (2) 104-72
                                                       Open Women 3.37 ,L. Cooper Long Jump Open Women           200m 33.47 Sec; Ellie Sanford 80h 17.51 Sec; Darcy       Robbie Raines Sp 7.82 M;                                   (J.Page   25-13,   P.Miller   19-22,   N.Carter   35-16,
                                                       2.18 ,T. Albiston 100m M18 11.4 ,E. Campbell 100m M18     Fahey Tj 7.94 M; Ellie Sanford Tjav 11.28 M;             B U13: Alexander Di Medio 100m 14.20 Sec; Alexander        N.Thompson 25-21); No 4 d Hampton Park 109-75
RESULTS: G. Carstairs 100m Open Men 12.2 ,R. Ennis                                                                                                                        Di Medio 200m 29.62 Sec; Alexander Di Medio 400m 1
                                                       11.9 ,T. Hassett 100m M18 13.4 ,T. Albiston 200m M18      G U11: Ebony Sturgess 100m 15.64 Sec; Ebony                                                                         (P.Delaney 16-20, P.Coe 22-24, G.Little 25-13, L.Ross
100m Open Men 12.4 ,N. Baxter 100m Open Men 12.8                                                                                                                          Min 10.49 Sec; Aaron Tam 800m 2 Min 48.02 Sec;
                                                       23.0 ,E. Campbell 200m M18 24.8 ,T. Hassett 800m M18      Sturgess 200m 32.89 Sec; Nimaya Kodikara 800m 3                                                                     46-18); No 5 lt Highett 100-104 (R.Pye 25-29, I.Blythe
,S. Carstairs 100m Open Men 13.0 ,P. Paulbrook 100m                                                                                                                       Alexander Di Medio 80h 15.22 Sec; Alexander Di
                                                       2:35 ,G. Muthia 800m M18 2:44 ,R. Whitehead High          Min 02.44 Sec; Ebony Sturgess 80h 16.39 Sec; Nimaya                                                                 28-20, A.Morris 22-30, G.Jeffree 25-25); No 6 d
Open Men 13.5 ,G. Carstairs 200m Open Men 23.3 ,A.                                                                                                                        Medio Lj 4.26 M; Alexander Di Medio Tj 8.37 M;
                                                       Jump M18 1.50 ,E. Campbell High Jump M18 1.35 ,D.         Kodikara Hj 1.18 M; Isabelle Hanna Lj 3.38 M; Emma                                                                  Camberwell Central2 95-68 (R.Miller 21-17, B.Lindsay
Baxter 200m Open Men 26.8 ,G. Carstairs 400m                                                                                                                              B U14: Joshua Kerovec 100m 13.18 Sec; Hayden Butler
                                                       Cooper Javelin M18 18.78 ,E. Campbell Javelin M18         Smith Lj 3.38 M;                                                                                                    27-16, W.Pilmore 27-22, G.Simpson 20-13); No 7 lt
Hurdles Open Men 63.4 ,R. Carstairs 400m Hurdles                                                                                                                          200m 26.27 Sec; Anthony Huber 400m 1 Min 04.25 Sec;
                                                       6.05 ,E. Campbell Long Jump M18 4.92 ,T. Hassett Long     G U12: Katherine Goff 100m 14.86 Sec; Katherine Goff                                                                Burwood District (4) 96-120 (P.Walsh 15-42, D.Belcher
Open Men 72.8 ,L. Harrison 400m Hurdles Open Men                                                                                                                          Hayden Butler 800m 2 Min 39.27 Sec; Jak Ibeas 90h
                                                       Jump M18 4.40 ,J. George 100m W18 13.0 ,F. Maudsley       200m 35.48 Sec; Katherine Goff 800m 3 Min 10.10 Sec;                                                                22-31, G.Peters 38-17, D.Morgan 21-30); No 8 d
83.9 ,M. Spiteri 800m Open Men 2:06 ,A. Baxter 800m                                                                                                                       19.29 Sec; Anthony Malelis Lj 4.40 M; Anthony Huber
                                                       100m W18 13.7 ,U. Mathia 100m W18 13.9 ,A. Muthia         Katherine Goff 80h 16.99 Sec; Katherine Goff Dis 17.41                                                              Coatsville/Clayton 140-54.5 (J.Cooen 53-8, C.Graham
Open Men 2:11 ,T. George 800m Open Men 2:14 ,N.                                                                                                                           Tj 9.19 M;
                                                       100m W18 14.3 ,S. Muthia 100m W18 14.6 ,J. George         M; Katherine Goff Sp 7.35 M;                                                                                        39-10, G.Brash 20-20, M.Tuz 28-16.5).
Baxter 800m Open Men 2:37 ,M. Spiteri 1500m Open                                                                                                                          B U15: Steve Madeira 100h 14.24 Sec; Steve Madeira
                                                       200m W18 26.9 ,F. Maudsley 200m W18 28.7 ,U. Mathia       G U13: Emma Paolucci 100m 14.64 Sec; Emma                                                                           MOUNT WAVERLEY
Men 4:19 ,T. George 1500m Open Men 4:44 ,S.                                                                                                                               100m 12.61 Sec; Dylan Cooper 200m 25.65 Sec; Dylan
                                                       200m W18 29.9 ,A. Muthia 400m Hurdles W18 74.3 ,U.        Paolucci 200m 31.30 Sec; Talie Collins 800m 3 Min
Carstairs Discus Open Men 41.06 ,A. Curtis Discus                                                                                                                                                                                    VLBA: No1 def Box Hill 104-92 (B.Bodinnar 27-23,
                                                       Mathia 400m Hurdles W18 79.9 ,J. George 400m              13.65 Sec; Celeste Juzefowicz 80h 17.94 Sec; Emma        Cooper 400m 1 Min 12.69 Sec; James Coleman 800m 3
Open Men 38.03 ,A. Watts Discus Open Men 29.49 ,G.                                                                                                                                                                                   R.Matheson 22-26, J.McDonald 25-15, M.Roberts
                                                       Hurdles W18 82.2 ,S. Muthia 400m Hurdles W18 91.5 ,U.     Paolucci Lj 4.39 M; Emma Paolucci Tj 9.73 M;             Min 09.58 Sec; Kristian Johnsen Lj 5.26 M; Kristian
Carstairs Discus Open Men 28.29 ,A. Baxter Discus                                                                                                                                                                                    30-28). No2 abandonned; No3 abandoned; No 4 lt
                                                       Mathia 800m W18 2:30 ,T. White 800m W18 2:33 ,S.          G U14: Sinali Kaggodaarachchi 100m 14.67 Sec; Sinali     Johnsen Tj 11.86 M
Open Men 24.70 ,E. Amerasekera Discus Open Men                                                                                                                                                                                       Burwood District (3) 60.50-67 (F.Burke 10-31,
                                                       Muthia 800m W18 3:05 ,U. Mathia 1500m W18 5:30 ,A.
20.43 ,R. Carstairs Discus Open Men 17.84 ,S. Lopes
                                                       Muthia 1500m W18 6:30 ,E. Bellenger Discus W18 20.25
                                                                                                                 Kaggodaarachchi 200m 30.86 Sec; Erica Purcell 400m       LAWN BOWLS                                                 N.McDonald 26.50-15, M.Harry 24-21). RVBA: No1 d
                                                                                                                 1 Min 35.49 Sec; Sinali Kaggodaarachchi 800m 3 Min
Discus Open Men 16.76 ,A. Baxter High Jump Open                                                                                                                           GLEN WAVERLEY                                              Montmorency 108-77 (B.Padgham 23-17, G.Cooper
                                                       ,D. Trowell Discus W18 15.93 ,D. Balakumar Discus         00.25 Sec; Georgia Corbett Lj 4.14 M; Georgia Corbett
Men 1.75 ,T. Baldwin High Jump Open Men 1.65 ,A.                                                                                                                          NIGHT PENNANT: No 1 lost to Mulgrave CC. 55-58             28-22, R.Sluggett 29-22, J.Fary 28-16); No2 d Vermont
                                                       W18 15.09 ,H. Johnson Discus W18 13.58 ,J. George         Tj 8.60 M;
Little High Jump Open Men 1.50 ,L. Harrison High                                                                                                                          (B.Bywater 17-18, T.Liddle 18-18, T.Norton 20-22); No 2    South 101-80 (G.Matheson 17-23, A.Vale 29-23,
                                                       High Jump W18 1.35 ,E. Bellenger High Jump W18 1.30       G U15: Ayla Collins 100m 13.89 Sec; Estelle Lopes 200m
Jump Open Men 1.45 ,N. Baxter High Jump Open Men                                                                                                                          lost to Waverley Golf 51-69 (B.Bardwell 18-24,             R.Welsh 25-18, B.Harvey 30-16); No3 lt Ferntree Gully
                                                       ,S. Muthia High Jump W18 1.25 ,A. Muthia High Jump
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                                                                                                                 28.92 Sec; Danielle Trowell 400m 1 Min 15.98 Sec; Ayla   J.Rooney 16-20, J.Wakeford 17-25); No 3 d Mulgrave
1.40 ,R. Ennis High Jump Open Men 1.40 ,S. Carstairs                                                                                                                                                                                 (2) 75-117 (J.Scerri 15-23, K.Johnston 21-22, T.Allan
                                                       W18 1.20 ,U. Mathia High Jump W18 1.20 ,L. Goodings       Collins 800m 2 Min 52.65 Sec; Estelle Lopes 90h 14.81
High Jump Open Men 1.25 ,S. Carstairs Javelin Open                                                                                                                        CC 65-50 (J.Dore-Smith 17-14, D.Jones 25-19, G.Little      8-43, K.Oldaker 31-29); No 4 d Blackburn (5) 96-76
                                                       High Jump W18 1.15 ,E. Lopes Javelin W18 24.43 ,E.        Sec; Ayla Collins Lj 4.55 M; Ayla Collins Tj 9.00 M;
Men 55.17 ,G. Carstairs Javelin Open Men 47.01 ,A.                                                                                                                        23-17).                                                    (T.Bamber 28-19, J.Duncan 31-12, B.Carter 16-24,
                                                       Bellenger Javelin W18 19.50 ,L. Goodings Javelin W18      B U6: Ryan Box 300m 1 Min 07.94 Sec; Hannin Mundy
Curtis Javelin Open Men 45.37 ,R. Ennis Javelin Open                                                                                                                      VLBA: 24 matches abandoned dues to excessive heat.         B.Kendrick 21-21); No 5 d Donvale (2) 82-80 (J.Pelchen
                                                       15.5 ,E. Bellenger Long Jump W18 4.79 ,U. Mathia Long     70m 13.88 Sec; Nicholas Stathopoulos Lj 2.18 M;
Men 34.34 ,A. Watts Javelin Open Men 32.98 ,E.                                                                                                                            RVBA: No 1 lost to Cranbourne 66-101 (B.Bennett            13-25, F.Woolley 23-18, T.Bockerstaff 25-15. F.Tucker
                                                       Jump W18 4.77 ,E. Lopes Long Jump W18 4.48 ,J.
Amerasekera Javelin Open Men 25.26 ,N. Baxter                                                                    B U7: Joshua Oresti 300m 1 Min 06.58 Sec; Dalton Di      17-34, G.Mitchell 15-22, G.Nielsen 20-17, B.Youdan         21-22); No 6 d Ferntree Gully (4) 91-79 (P.Armstrong
                                                       George Long Jump W18 4.38 ,A. Muthia Long Jump
Javelin Open Men 24.84 ,A. Baxter Javelin Open Men                                                               Medio 70m 13.36 Sec; Ashintha Perera Dis 12.24 M;        14-28); No 2 lost to Ferntree Gully 102-106 (A.Flaherty    25-19, R.Steel 14-26, K.Dick 26-13, K.Daniel 26-21).
                                                       W18 4.35 ,D. Balakumar Long Jump W18 4.09 ,F.
20.93 ,R. Carstairs Javelin Open Men 18.24 ,R. Ennis                                                             Jimi (Dimitrios) Roufos Sp 5.13 M;                       20-30, D.Bloom 24-18, T.Liddle 27-27, T.Norton 31-31);
                                                       Maudsley Long Jump W18 4.09 ,L. Goodings Long                                                                                                                                 OAKLEIGH
Long Jump Open Men 5.63 ,J. Baldwin 100m Open                                                                    B U8: Riley Collier-Dawkins 100m 17.81 Sec; Riley        No3 def Heathmont3 109-80 (B.Blackley 26-19, B.Dale
                                                       Jump W18 3.68                                                                                                                                                                 RVBA: No 1 D5 S7 77.5 lt Black Rock 99 (J Pask 24-21,
Women 14.0 ,L. Buttigieg 100m Open Women 14.4 ,C.                                                                Collier-Dawkins 200m 38.05 Sec; Mark Linden Hj 0.92      39-25, K.Morley 23-20, W.Perry 21-16); No4 def Auburn
Bridle 100m Open Women 14.6 ,S. Muthia 100m Open       LITTLE ATHLETICS                                          M; Riley Collier-Dawkins Hj 0.92 M;                      96-70 (A.Bryant 30-16, T.Hills 27-18, B.Caple 3-14,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     R Brown 13.5-25, J Pearson 14-29, L Bellino 26-23).

Women 14.8 ,S. Muthia 200m Open Women 36.5 ,S.         WAVERLEY LITTLE ATHLETICS                                 B U9: Zachary Bonney 100m 16.78 Sec; Zachary             B.Bardwell 16-22); No 5 d Ashburton (3) 93-76 (C.Bown      CLAYTON
Muthia 800m Open Women 3:31 ,K. Chapman 1500m          SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17                                     Bonney 200m 37.06 Sec; Zachary Bonney 70m 11.66          27-17, C.Brand 18-22, L.Pickert 28-18, J.Wakeford          RVBA: No 1 D1 S3 126 d Blackburn 56 (D Wicks 35-16,
Open Women 6:28 ,S. Muthia 1500m Open Women 7:16       G U6: Jessica Boribon 300m 1 Min 30.39 Sec; Mia           Sec; Zachary Bonney 80h 16.73 Sec; Zachary Bonney        20-19); No 6 def Ashburton (4) 104-84 (J.Dore-Smith        T Simmons 29-18, B Martin 28-12, L Such 35-10). No 2
,S. Albiston 1500m Open Women 7:20 ,L. Buttigieg       Schiavinato 70m 15.49 Sec; Mia Schiavinato Lj 1.61 M;     Tj 6.30 M; Zachary Bonney Tjav 11.60 M;                  19-32,   G.Hajewskyl      32-22,   B.Sandlant     19-20,   D1 S4 115 d Croydon 69 (J Anderton 16-21, A Wetzeler
Discus Open Women 20.61 ,C. Bridle Discus Open         G U7: Ellie Masters 300m 1 Min 02.38 Sec; Ellie Masters   B U10: Ned Hawkins 100m 15.63 Sec; Ned Hawkins           T.Sutherland 34-10); No 7 lost to Cranbourne (6) 76-96     26-25, T McRedmond 32-13, T Wood 41-10). No 3 D3 S6
Women 18.42 ,K. Drew Discus Open Women 16.24 ,L.       70m 13.14 Sec; Phoebe Hird Dis 8.90 M; Phoebe Hird Sp     200m 32.02 Sec; Matthew Ashe 80h 16.85 Sec; Ned          (B.Sowersby 23-23, T.Clowes 19-23, K.Deacon 16-26,         98 d Waverley Golf 89 (N Smillie 27-20, H Papworth
Cooper Discus Open Women 16.14 ,E. Baldwin Discus      4.74 M;                                                   Hawkins Tj 8.11 M; Ned Hawkins Tjav 16.90 M;             H.Stevens 18-24); No 8 lost to Mitcham (5) 68.25-90        21-27, F Meo 27-18, J Wallace 23-24). No 4 D3 S7 69 lt
Open Women 15.06 ,J. Baldwin High Jump Open            G U8: Ashlee Dragoljevic 100m 18.89 Sec; Kirsten          B U11: William Saloumi 100m 14.88 Sec; William           (M.Paul 14-24, J.O’Reilly 17-19, D.O’Gallagher 10-25,      Parkdale 111(B Frazer 14-29, R Martin 22-25, G Treble
Women 1.30 ,C. Bridle High Jump Open Women 1.30 ,J.    Thomas 200m 41.54 Sec; Erin Box Hj 0.94 M;                Saloumi 200m 31.32 Sec; Mukund Premkumar 800m 2          T.Martin 27-22).                                           19-26, J Bacon 14-31). No 5 D6 S6 90 lt Pakenham 113

Baldwin Javelin Open Women 21.93 ,C. Bridle Javelin    G U9: Tara Cabello 100m 17.63 Sec; Georgia Samweil        Min 42.11 Sec; William Saloumi 80h 15.25 Sec; William    MULGRAVE COUNTRY CLUB                                      (J Oulton 12-28, D Stokes 28-22, H Singleton 30-26, P
Open Women 20.04 ,J. Baldwin Long Jump Open            200m 39.34 Sec; Natasha Bannon 70m 12.24 Sec;             Saloumi Hj 1.28 M; William Saloumi Lj 4.20 M;            RVBA: No 1 d Edithvale 99-80 (J.Leitch 21-21, P.Phelan     Mahon 20-37). No 6 D7 S7 106 d Beaumaris 82 (J Perkin
Women 4.43 ,L. Buttigieg Long Jump Open Women          Natasha Bannon 80h 16.83 Sec; Natasha Bannon Tj           B U12: Robbie Raines 100m 14.66 Sec; Angus Callister     32-16, D.West 24-21, F.Coull 22-22); No2 d Bentleigh       28-26, R Proctor 23-20, B Pocock 35-19, S Allan 20-17).

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