A thrilling comeback from Wagin secured them a spirited victory in the Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 competition on Saturday.
Thirteen teams took part in the classic that began on Saturday while on Friday night the CBH Scotch doubles were contested.
Netball WA Great Southern hosted the annual event on May 5 as 10 schools from across the region hit the court.
DCC president Chris Langslow welcomed the new chief executive John Gates to his first BAH event and also thanked outgoing chief executive Sumer Addy for her contributions over the last two years.
Magistrate Dianne Scaddan said the victim was ‘probably startled, upset and rightfully concerned’.
Mr Wilson said he had found more than 15 signs across the O’Connor electorate — including Albany and Collie — featuring “Rick Needs the Flick” and “Give Rick the Flick” stickers.
Premier Mark McGowan handed down his second Budget as Treasurer on Thursday, revealing WA was on track to record a JU<JU>$5.7 billion operating surplus in 2021-22.
Sgt Dave Loverock said the three smaller vehicles were “most likely write-offs”, while the road train also received significant damage to a wheels and suspension.
The former One Nation and independent senator did not appear in court and was sentenced in his absence, receiving a $1150 fine for five offences.
Guests enjoyed a selection of dishes from ribeye tacos with fire-roasted chilli and herb tortillas to Albany salmon croquettes with Truffle Hill aioli.
The fiery quick was a rookie with the WACA last season but it was announced last week the 22-year-old has been upgraded to a full contract in the 25-man WA squad for the upcoming season.
Matt Palfrey finished with nine goals in a superb display as the Tigers won back-to-back games for the first time this season in the Great Southern Football League.
In wet and gloomy conditions the last meeting of 2021-22 was held at Percy Spencer Racecourse in Albany and the track was upgraded from a soft seven to a heavy eight for the final four races.
The Kangas were held to only one goal in the opening half but stormed back into the contest and got within 14 points at one stage in the final term but the Lions held firm.
Mike Ficko, a third generation Albany local, has worked for St John WA since 1997.
The Bulldogs failed to register a score for the entire first quarter but a gutsy eight-goal second half fired the visitors to an unlikely 29-point victory over the Bombers in Lake Grace.
The Sharks moved to three wins after their tense triumph in round four of the GSFL, failing to register a goal in the fourth term as the Bulls charged back into the contest.
The composed Royals Saints outfit scored 10 consecutive goals to end the second term, which was the catalyst for their 22-goal triumph.
Albany Pottery Group’s show, titled ‘Totem’, featured members’ personal interpretation of what totems mean to them.
‘It was good luck more than anything else that means they weren’t more seriously injured,’ Magistrate Dianne Scaddan said.
Magistrate Dianne Scaddan said the case was the latest example of an offender resorting to violence in the face of something seemingly innocuous.
Yes, tourism boffins, we have been to Margaret River and it’s lovely.
Wrap of all the action from round four of the Great Southern Football League.
Calvin Sims & Cameron Newbold
There is plenty of room in modern-day footy for individual brilliance.
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