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Netball skills get
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ABOVE: Grassy president Troy Smith
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GREAT games by everyone in
the last round of King Island
It was great watching the
children improving each week
their netball skills.
Results Tuesday, May 18.
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Thursday, May 2
North Bulldogs 52 d Grassy Hawks
North Bulldogs Goals: Nicole Conley
19, Paige Williams 17, Chloe Watson
16. North Bulldogs Best: Chloe
Watson, Leada Blackie.
Grassy Hawks Goals: Rikki-Ann
Smitheram 21, Georgia Denby 10,
Molly Davis 1. Grassy Hawks Best :
Rikki-Ann Smitheram, Demi Forrest
New York Ham
Emeralds 10 d Sapphires 6.
Coaches Awards - Emeralds: Ella
Conley, Kaylie Smith. Sapphires:
Tyler Payne, Maddison Hudson,
Umpires Awards - Emeralds: Westen
Whiteman, Kaylie Smith. Sapphires:
Maddison Hudson, Amelia Poulsen
Shannon 23 dw Netherby 23.
Shannon Goals: Sarah Lancaster
14, Meg Ferrier 6, Chloe Millwood 3.
Shannon Best players: Jordy Whitehouse-Summers, Sarah Lancaster,
Netherby Goals: Bella Hofmann 12,
Emerson Conley 9, Evie Clemons
2. Netherby Best: Jemma Mead,
LEFT: Enjoying the football are Vivek Jayanthi, left, Ankit
Kakker and Paul Dhalla.
Misfits vs Nomads.
ABOVE: In the kiosk are Tanya Stellmaker, left, Maz
Fogarty, Simone Mullin and Sarah Berkin.
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Grassy holds its nerve
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Misfits 43 d Nomads 27
Misfits Goals: Bella Hofmann 35,
Peggy Hofmann 7, Sophie Williams
1. Misfits Best : Nicole Vasta, Peggy
Nomads Goals: Casey Hyde 20, Emily Holbrook. Nomads Best: Abbey
Brooks, Hayley Higgs.
Last week - Monday, May 10
Pictures: ROGER HANSON
Shannon 33 d Neva 13
Shannon Goals: Meg Ferrier 14,
Sarah Lancaster 14, Matilda Taylor
3, Chloe Millwood 2
Shannon Best Players: Sarah Lancaster, Matilda Taylor
Neva Goals: Aruba Blackie 7, Addison Coombe 4, Molly Whiteman 2
Neva Best Players: Jana Burgin,
Tuesday, May 11
Emeralds 5 d Sapphires 2.
Coaches Awards - Emeralds: Holly
Smith, Heidi Smiths. Topaz: Tom
Button, Lucy Schuuring.
Umpires Awards - Emeralds: Heidi
Smith, Maya Flood. Topaz: Tom
Button, Selena Pretorius.
Sapphires vs Emeralds.
CHILD CARE EDUCATOR
A maternity leave position exists for a person to join our team at King Island Child Care & Early Learning Centre. The ideal applicant will have:
• An Early Childhood Education & Care Certificate III or Diploma or be prepared to study and
complete Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & Care (cost covered by ELC)
• Hold a Tasmanian Working with Vulnerable People License
• Have a good work ethic, exceptional communication skills and be an enthusiastic team member.
• A first aid certificate would be ideal but not essential.
If you think this sounds like you, please send a cover letter and resume to:
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like further information on this role,
please contact Murphy Summers on 03 6462 1268
Applications close 3rd of June 2021
DESPITE a late goal rush by
Currie, Grassy held its nerve
to win by 20 points in glorious conditions at Saturday’s
King Island Football Association game.
The weather Gods were on
our side again which saw another good crowd turn out to
watch Grassy take on Currie
for the first time this season,
with Grassy leading all day
for its 8.14 (62) to 6.6 (42)
Both sides were coming off
wins against North.
Grassy had 17 players,
while Currie with 13, which
saw Grassy match Currie’s 13
players on the ground.
Play was a tight tussle early with play see sawing from
one end of the ground to the
other with Grassy only able to
sneak a few points through.
Currie lost Campbell Keeler early with a shoulder injury which dropped them to 12
players. Junior, Joseph Daniel led well to mark and goal
for Grassy while for Currie
Luke Morris did the same.
Leigh Sartori was keeping
the goal umpire busy with
waving a single flag till he intercepted a kick out from Currie and this time he got him
waving two flags.
Morris led and marked a
great pass for Currie to see
him pass it by hand onto a
running Doug Cox into an
open goal to see him miss.
This was rectified a little later when Clint Stretton marked
strongly and kicked Currie’s
second to see them go in at
quarter time just three points
The second quarter saw
Grassy control the play which
saw Archie Gordon run and
pick up of the ball and finished
it off with a goal. Tristan Forrest was on the end of a free
from Cox which saw his wobbly kick go through the goals.
Currie was getting the ball
forward but was lacking and
found it hard to convert their
forward moves into goals. Tyler Rhodes kicked a ripper of
a goal from the boundary to
see Grassy go in at half-time
21 points up.
Daniel got the third quarter
off to a good start for Grassy
to see him kick his second for
the game, while Levi Davison
kicked truly for Currie.
Currie was having a few
injury woes as Stretton did a
hamstring but stayed out there
in the forward pocket and battled on while another player
had to come off for a couple
of minutes to have some running repairs before he went
back out onto the ground.
Grassy moved the ball freely forward with the injuries to
Currie, but the Robins’ backline was doing a good job to
stop them from scoring more
than what they could have.
Solid running team play by
Grassy brought the ball out of
its backline for Sukma Bowling to run onto the ball and
kick a goal. This increased the
lead to 30 points at three quarter time.
The last quarter looked like
that Grassy would run away
with the game. Currie continued to battle hard and late in
the quarter, moved Jak Youd
forward with great success.
This time Currie moved the
ball forward with some neat
play out of its backline, which
saw Youd take a sliding mark
behind the pack and convert it
into a goal.
Not long after that Currie
got the ball forward again to
see Youd run onto it and kick
Youd was not finished yet
as he ran onto the ball again,
but this time under pressure
kicked it over his head to
see an injured Stretton mark,
because he could not kick,
passed off to Youd running
past for his third of the quarter.
It was not enough as Grassy
ran out winners by 20 points.
For Grassy Brandon Blomfield played well along with
Jacob Flood who has improved his skills over the year
off. Junior Joseph Daniel was
a standout up forward for
Grassy with his strong leading
and marking while Leigh Sar-
tori was giving Grassy plenty of drive from the backline
and round the center along
with Jack Noseda and Kieran
For Currie Ryan Philbey
was getting plenty of the
ball round the center and up
back along with Joel Williams and Michael Laskey.
Jak Youd played well in defense for Currie and he really enjoyed his move forward
while the old stalwart in Duncan Clemons showed that he
still knows his way round the
football ground taking great
marks and laying a few good
Next week Grassy and
North do battle, with North
keen to improve on its efforts
from their first encounter.
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Juniors: Grassy 4.1 5.4 7.6 9.11 (65)
d 2.1 3.5 3.10 5.12 (42)
Grassy - Goals: T. Hudson 3, F.
Walker 2, N. Harding, R. Esquerra,
J. Russell, I. Daniel
Best: T. Hudson, F. Walker, L.
Russell, X. Berkin, C. Stellmaker, R.
Currie - Goals: T. Hyde 2, C. Hamer,
A. Smith, L. Bryan. Best: Harrison
Lincoln, T. Hyde, M. Button, L.
Reeman, A. Smith, Hugh Lincoln,
Seniors: Grassy 2.5 5.7 7.11 8.14
(62) d Currie 2.2 2.4 3.5 6.6 (42)
Grassy - Goals: J. Daniel 3, L.
Sartori, A. Gordon, T. Forrest, T.
Rhodes, S. Bowling. Best: B. Blomfield, J. Flood, J. Daniel, L. Sartori,
J. Noseda, K. Barnes, A. Gordon
Currie - Goals: J. Youd 3, C.
Stretton, L. Morris, L. Davison. Best:
R. Phibey, J. Youd, J. Williams, M.
Laskey, D. Cox, D. Clemons.
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