REPORTER: Joan Hill
There were a few surprises in division I on Saturday, Port Broughton defeated Moonta Red by 19 shots, Paskeville won at Ardrossan by 21 shots and Maitland defeated Bute by 26 shots.
The Northern Yorke Peninsula Bowling Association women’s triples were played at Maitland in breezy weather on Monday and Tuesday, November 4 and 5, with 16 teams playing on the Monday.
Before we begin dissecting the local games, a massive congratulations should go to our representatives at the SACA Senior Country Cup.
The 2019 Northern Yorke Peninsula Tennis Tournament was held for the third year at Bute Sporting Club on Sunday, February 10.
A hole-in-one is hard enough but players were tested to their limits when the annual golf charity day for Sea Rescue Copper Coast was held at the Copperclub course at Port Hughes on Friday, January 4.
Kirsty Amos and Marc van Riet have been awarded Yorke Peninsula Soccer Association life memberships.
BRENTWOOD Sporting Group has closed its books, and members of the former committee decided to spend remaining funds on a defibrillator to be donated to the Brentwood Hall.
Scott March, St Columba’s Memorial School, Yorketown
NEW St Columba’s Memorial School, Yorketown, principal Scott March began his teaching career at St Joseph’s School, Murray Bridge, in 2009.
THE Maitland Show will mark its 141st year on Saturday, March 16.
MEAT & Livestock Australia, the research, development and marketing service provider for the Australian red meat and livestock industry, has announced the appointment of Jason Strong as managing director.