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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 2020
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Fire danger close to Shepparton By Steve Hutcheson WITH all the fires in the state creating havoc to communities and livelihoods, some concern has been expressed as how are the residents of Shepparton placed in the event of a large fire occurring along the bushland that follows the Goulburn River. While the bush is largely located along the river banks, residential communities have expanded over the years to about these zones. Continued on page 14
CLIMBING IS HEALTHY FOR KIDS… From left, local children, Isabella, 6 and Willow, 6, enjoying the school holidays at KidsTown Adventure Playground. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
Climbing the walls in the school holidays SUMMER holidays are well and truly in full swing even though school resumes in a couple of weeks. Trying to keep young minds active often puts a lot of pressure on parents at this time of the year. Greater
Shepparton City Council’s Activities in the Park program has prepared a calendar of a number of fun day events around the shire that will provide entertainment to kids of all ages.
Events ranging from yoga to orienteering are all happening and it is only left to your imagination as to how you might get your kids involved. Continued on page 14
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HAVE YOUR SAY… Local Member for Shepparton region, Suzanna Sheed, speaking at the Murray Darling Basin Plan rally in September, 2019. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
Inquiry into use of Murray Darling Basin water resources WITH the domination of devastating fires filling the media over the past few weeks, the arguments regarding the water flows in the Murray Darling Basin continue unabated. To that end, the Inspector General of Murray Darling Basin Water Resources, Mick Keelty AO, is undertaking an inquiry into the management of the basin’s water resources at the request of the Minister for Water Resources, Drought, Rural Finance, Natural Disaster and Emergency Management, David Littleproud. Local Member for Shepparton region, Suzanna Sheed stressed the importance of
people who are affected by water allocations to get their submissions in before the closing date saying, “The Federal Government should have given more notice on this as many people may have not been aware, particularly in light of the bushfires now happening.” The government has extended the submission date by one week. The inquiry is being conducted within but independent of the Department of Agriculture and feedback is being solicited on their website at https://haveyoursay.agriculture.gov.au/ inquiry-murray-darling-basin?tool=survey_ tool#tool_tab
before January 19, 2020. Matters to be taken into consideration in the inquiry are the impact of changing distribution of inflows to the southern basin on state shares under the Murray Darling Basin agreement. Further they are looking at any consequential impacts on state water shares resulting from reserves required under the Murray Darling Basin agreement. Town hall meetings are to be held across the region, the date for the Shepparton meeting is yet to be decided while the inquiry intends to be completed by March 31.
AS we read the news each day, we see the bushfires taking an enormous toll on rural housing but at the same time, some houses can come through a fire completely unscathed. Bushfires are a serious risk in rural Australia, particularly in these prolonged warm months that are coming with greater intensity each year with climate change. If you are living in or near bushland, it is important that you take extra measures to protect your property from bushfires. Prepare a plan. Developing a bushfire survival plan will help you take action and avoid making last minute decisions that could prove deadly during a bushfire. A bushfire survival plan should apply to any house in an area with a history of bushfires, houses within a few blocks of bushland, properties not at direct risk that are situated near wilderness or, if you’d need to travel through bushland in order to escape. It is important to check and update your plan annually. Make sure all family members are familiar with the plan in the case a fire approaches.
Here are some practical tips to reduce the risk of your home catching alight by simply maintaining your property to create a ‘protection zone’ around you home: • Clear away all leaf litter, long and dry grasses, and any thick undergrowth near your home. Avoid having garden beds against the house • Regularly clear gutters of leaves and other flammable debris • Install screens and shutters and keep them closed, so embers can’t enter your home • Cover roof vents with wire mesh • Be aware of where and how flammable liquids are stored, arrange gas cylinders so that the vent points away from the house • Find a place away from the house to move your BBQ and LPG cylinders in an emergency (never indoors) You should prepare your home to survive a bushfire, even if your plan is to leave. A well-prepared and constructed house is more likely to survive a bushfire than an unprepared one.
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Make every drop count
WATCHING THE TIDE ROLL AWAY... Waranga Basin currently at 58 percent of its capacity provides much of the irrigation water to the Goulburn Valley.. Photo: Steve Hutcheson
AS we continue into summer, the probable need to impose water restrictions becomes even greater. Goulburn Valley Water is currently urging residents to use water wisely and to ensure they make every drop of water count this summer, with temperatures again predicted to be warmer and drier, to consider how much water they are using and if they can make water savings. Water demand is already trending higher than in previous years. Residents have used on average 530 litres per person, per day in December 2019, compared with an average of 434 litres per person per day in December 2018. G oulbu rn Valley Water managing director, Peter Quinn said it was everyone’s responsibility to use water wisely and
sustainably. “Our climate is changing and we can’t rely on rainfall like in the past, so we need everyone to adopt an ‘every drop counts’ approach to using water,” he said. Stage 2 water restrictions have been in place for Euroa and Violet Town since April, and restrictions were lifted in Kilmore, Heathcote Junction and Wandong last month. While the debate for irrigation water goes on, storage reservoirs are slowly beginning to drain. Eildon weir, the primary feed into the Goulburn is currently standing at 41 percent capacity while Waranga Basin is at 58 percent capacity. With the future dictated by climate change and the drought and the demands imposed by irrigation, the environment and domestic use, in the absence of forecast rain for the next few months, the future looks decidedly bleak.
Crime in Shepparton on the increase AS a supposedly intelligent group of people, the people of Shepparton are not learning. According to the crimestatistics.vic.gov.au website, Sheparton’s crime rate has climbed to a new high for 2019 an increase of 5.7 percent.
The number of incidents topped 6,519 for the year which translates to 9,782 per 100,000 people, almost 50 percent more than the rest of the state of Victoria at 6,032 Of these, 41.2 percent resulted in charges
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being laid while 43 percent remain unsolved. Within the Greater Shepparton region, most offence takes place in Shepparton followed well back by Mooroopna then Kialla and Tatura.
Reinforcing the message from the Vic Police, if people simply locked the doors to their cars and secured their homes, crime could be reduced by up to 80 percent. It really is up to you.
Complimentary parking is creating a coffee culture
FREE PARKING ON FRYERS STREET… Shoppers make the most of the free, timed parking in Shepparton’s CBD. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
A MORE relaxed shopping experience, t hat seems to b e t he preva i l i ng consensus among shoppers and traders as we near the end of the complimentary parking period in the Shepparton CBD. A c c o rd i n g to t h e S h e pp a r to n Chamber of Commerce and Industry president, John Anderson, “While the survey is still taking place, anecdotal indications are that it has changed the mood of shoppers, they are no longer under pressure to ensure the meter is fed with cash, they can linger over a cup of coffee and that also reflects in their shopping habits. ” The chamber, in conjunction with the Greater Shepparton City Council are conducting a survey that concludes on January 19, to gauge the reaction of shoppers and traders to the two-
month complimentary parking period. Following the analysis of the survey, council will consider what further steps, if any it should take. The chamber is advocating a longer trial period. “It is the rate payers who will have to bear the costs of not collecting the fees, however, once all the administrative costs of managing the fee collection are deducted, council will have to decide if it is necessary at all,” said John. The complimentary period ends on January 31, 2020. The survey is available on the council website at http://greatershepparton.com. au/council/consultation/complimentaryparking-survey-2019 or fill out the survey form on page 12 of this edition.
Giving cash assistance to those in need THE bushfires that have dominated the news over the past several weeks has resulted in an outpouring of generosity from Australians. While that generous assistance has taken multiple forms, from truck loads of food supplies and water, to tonnes of clothing and household linen to truck loads of fodder for livestock, there is some justification to ask people to provide cash. Following on from calls to donate, communities and organisations are now being overwhelmed with goods they do not need or cannot use and cannot either distribute or store satisfactorily.
The Office of Emergency Management in New South Wales spokesman, Jeremy Hillman described the deluge of goods as potentially a ‘second disaster’. Victoria is dealing with the same set of problems. Police and Emergency Services Minister, Lisa Neville urged the community to donate cash instead. Providing cash however delivers a number of negative connotations that are often completely erroneous. People at times consider it too easily disappears into some administrative hole or that it will be wasted on things they may not agree with. Making a decision about what someone might need is distantly
removed from what they actually need or indeed want. While the intention of people making donations is for the best reasons, there are those in the community who see advantage in perpetuating scams that defraud those that are giving. Victoria police have already charged a number of scammers and undoubtedly, more will follow. The Victorian Government have created an account where people can confidently donate with the assurance that 100 percent will go to those affected by the fires. Victorians wanting to make their own donations can do so, by visiting vic.gov.au/bushfireappeal.
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Thousands set to flock to Greater Shepparton THIS week will see over 4,000 exhibitors and visitors to Tatura from all over the country and world for the annual International Dairy Week. Beginning this Sunday, January 19, Tatura will see thousands of first class dairy cattle and 180 dairy breeders compete for prestigious awards over five days. Over 100 dairy companies and businesses will make up the large dairy-focused trade exhibition, displaying the latest in
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products and technologies. There will also be a series of seminars to allow industry professionals to provide up-to-date information on the Australian and global dairy industry. Progeny tours are also held on-site and to local dairy farms in the region. For more information on the events, shows, tours, or to see a running program, visit www.internationaldairyweek.com.au
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This week we were sent this photo by Lucas Tran, having some summer fun out in the paddock.
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Letters to the Editor
We welcome Letters to the Editor but they are not guaranteed to be included and may be edited for reasons of style or content. Letters will not be eligible for consideration if they contain defamatory material, or information of a personal nature which is not in the public domain.
OUR NATION IN CRISIS Dear Editor, AT this time of crisis in our nation I believe it is vital that we acknowledge a major problem around policy development that is dictated by city-based ideologies, yet ignores those who live and breathe their environment. Politicians and the media alike need to start playing a more responsible role and listening to rural people with lived experience, instead of developing policy based on the views of those who read text books but lack real life knowledge. It is particularly important that the media presents fact-based reports, including the perspective of those who live and breathe the forest areas and towns that have been burned. Many journalists who are covering the fire crisis and everything around it often look for a different angle or perspective to report. Unfortunately, some of the commentary has been based on personal views, generally developed from within the concrete jungles that we call cities. Their knowledge and experience of rural issues is often lacking, but this does not stop a bias towards the city-
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based ideologies that are posing significant risks to the wellbeing of rural communities. In line with this progressive thinking is a propensity to attack politicians who they do not support, or to persist with questions (which are often more like statements) that are designed to highlight their views, at the expense of more important issues. As this bushfire crisis continues, the eyes of the nation and indeed the world are watching the tragedy unfold. Now, more than ever, those with microphones or recorders in hand need to understand and respect the responsibility they have. With social media at our fingertips, talkback radio and constant news feeds, there is often a race to provide sensational coverage. We also have commentators who appear intent on promoting their own viewpoint and ideologies – political or environmental. Lack of research can also become an issue. It is unfortunate that some sections of the media want to continually focus on climate change, yet appear to ignore or downplay the impact of land management policies and lack of hazard reduction. They also have a desire to attack the Prime Minister at every opportunity, rather than questioning state governments about Natural Resource Management policies, which people in affected areas continue telling us have played a major role in exacerbating the current crisis. Our organisation has not been immune from criticising Mr Morrison over policy and management, especially in relation to water, however we attempt always to highlight the issue and offer solutions.
It is time to take stock, learn from past mistakes and start involving local people, some with generational involvement in the management of their environs, in the decision-making process. Whether some people like it or not, we must accept the indisputable fact that we have failed our nation in the Natural Resource Management stakes. Consecutive governments over two decades at state and federal level have contributed to the mess we are now in. We need to work with local communities to turn this around and become NRM world leaders. The ‘lock up and leave’ policies which have been developed have increased fuel loads, and the problem is exacerbated with reduced maintenance and fewer controlled burns. We need to support the rural communities that are grateful for all the support they are receiving at the present time, but desperately want the changes that are essential to shoreup their future and help us avoid a repeat of what we are seeing this summer. Let’s stop promoting policy that is developed around the views of those who give advice from behind a latte or a bottle of Grange. Yours faithfully, Shelley Scoullar Chair – Speak Up Campaign Want to have your say? Email your letters to the editor to email@example.com
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New year, new clubhouse CONSTRUCTION BEGINS… Doutta Galla Harmony Village independent living unit coordinator, Deb Russell is excited about the plans for the construction of their new clubhouse. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
CHANGES are underway at Doutta Galla Harmony Village, with works beginning this week to upgrade their community clubhouse. The construction began yesterday, Tuesday the 14th of January, by local contractor, Crow Constructions and is set to be completed in early May. The upgraded community room with its new design will see a total renovation and extension of the existing space, an open kitchen, dining area, reading space and plenty of room for a cuppa and a chat. The room will be able to comfortably cater
for 80 residents, making it ideal for birthday parties, public holiday celebrations, music events, movie days, knitting groups, and other private functions for all Doutta Galla retirement living residents to access. With the new clubhouse only a few months away and units for sale, pop in to Doutta Galla Harmony Village for a cuppa and a look around. Open Monday to Friday between 10am to 3pm at 20 Zurcas Lane, Shepparton, or call 5831 7921 to make a time for a tour or for more information on independent living.
SCRAPBOOK GALORE… The Scrap Room owner, Melissa Wright has everything you need to make beautiful scrapbooks.. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
A room full of creativity WITH a passion for scrapbooking and 12 years in management at scrapbooking stores, Melissa Wright is no stranger to the art. After the craft store she worked at closed its doors in Shepparton, she had to figure out what to do next, and where she would get her scrapbooking supplies from now. With a spare room in her home and her two children off at school, The Scrap Room was created. The Scrap Room has everything you could ever need to make beautiful scrapbooks. From card, stamps, and stickers, to tape, glue and dyes, The Scrap Room is your one-stopshop for all your scrapbooking needs.
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The Scrap Room owner, Melissa Wright said, “We also set up a stall at some of the local markets and sell cards, and we host three scrapbooking retreats a year. It’s all a lot of fun and I just really love it.” With EFTPOS also available, contact Melissa on 0490 345 728, email melissa@ thescraproom.com.au or visit ‘The Scrap Room’ on Facebook for more information. Alternatively, you can visit the shop at 4 Cadillac Court, Shepparton between 9:30am to 3pm on Monday to Friday, and Saturday 9am to 1pm, or call and visit by appointment.
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Shepparton’s leading stationer to change hands
STATIONERS OF CHOICE… Jenny and Gavin Doherty providing service that you have come to expect. Photo: Steve Hutcheson
AFTER 23 years of being the village stationer, Gavin and Jenny Doherty, the owners at Budget Office Choice have decided to pass the reins over to a new owner. Gavin said, “We have done well over the years and owe a lot to the loyalty of our clients
around Shepparton for supporting our business for so long. Jenny and I cannot thank them enough for their support and friendship.” The new incoming business owner is Jeff Harris. This will become his fourth Office Choice store. The store will undergo a name change to Office Choice Shepparton in the process. “The Office Choice network offers a wide range of products and with Jeff’s expertise, we expect that the same degree of service we have provided will continue well into the future,”
said Gavin. “We have built our business on providing service, particularly through delivering a customer’s order to their doorstep.” Gavin and Jenny will be staying on for an indefinite period to facilitate the transition so customers can still expect to hear their friendly voice on the end of phone taking down their order. Budget Office Choice is located at 99 Fryers St, Shepparton or phone through an order on 5821 6466 and if it is within the Shepparton area, ask to have it delivered.
BRINGING TRADITIONAL CHINESE CUISINE TO THE TABLE… Staff and owners at the renewed Sichuan Mum’s Kitchen restaurant, Anna, Maria, John, Lisa and Rebecca. Photo: Steve Hutcheson
New flavours at the peak of Chinese cuisine DUMPLINGS are a prominent feature of Chinese cuisine and they all can differ slightly depending on the region from China from which the recipe originates. Sichuan province is located in the lower, central region of the country, it is where the majority of giant pandas live in the mountains. It is also the region where subtle flavours in the cuisine originate, at times spicy with the use of Sichuan pepper, it is known as one of the Four Great Traditions of Chinese cuisine. Recently renamed, Sichuan Mum’s Kitchen here in Shepparton, now has a new chef from Sichuan who, armed with secretly guarded
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Four words to describe it are hot, spicy, fragrant and fresh. Sichuan food is favoured all over China as are Sichuan chefs. John - Sichuan Mum’s Kitchen Owner
recipes that have been passed down from her grandmother, is now delighting patrons of the restaurant with dumplings and mala that offer a flavour to enjoy and presents a whole new menu. John, the owner says “We import all our special ingredients from China. It gives us the special flavour that comes with Sichuan cooking. Four words to describe it are hot, spicy, fragrant and fresh. Sichuan food is favoured all over China as are Sichuan chefs.” Sichuan Mum’s Kitchen is located at 146 High Street Shepparton on the corner of Corio Street and having tried the pork dumplings, comes highly recommended.
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Climbing the walls in the school holidays FOR instance, this week they can be at the Shepparton Art Museum in Welsford Street where they can be involved in making a mural that will go on display in the new SAM once construction is complete. If you are looking for something more active, join Active @ School instructors for a fun filled 45 minute activity session at Ducat Reserve. This session is aimed at primary school aged children and will incorporate a mixture of fun and physical activities. The council website has a full list of all the events kids can be involved in for what is left of the holidays. http://greatershepparton. com.au/whats-happening/events
ON THE WAY TO FUN… From left, KidsTown Adventure Playground operations staff, Scott Mather, with local children, 18 month old, Laura, 8 year old, Levi, and 6 year old, Kaelyn having fun on the KidsTown train. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
Fire danger close to Shepparton continued from front page ACCORDING to a spokesman at the Shepparton CFA, strategy plans for the eventuality of a fire in this zone have been thoroughly developed in conjunction with Parks Victoria. Over the past few years, fuel loads have been progressively reduced with burnoffs and clearing by Parks Victoria along with the construction of firebreaks so that in the eventuality of a fire starting, access is not being denied for fire crews to attend. What is seen to be of greater concern is the number of people now living rough in the bush, perhaps numbering 30 to 40, camping out in tents and rough shelters, largely hidden from public view. Parks Victoria know where most are located however their concern is being able to evacuate them safely should a fire develop. Nevertheless, even residents living in the built up areas are advised to have personal fire plan in place. This means preparing properties to minimise their exposure, clearing gutters and dried material buildup near their house, preparing a plan to secure valuables and photos in a place that can be easily taken if the need to evacuate arises. The fire and forestry departments have all expressed concern over the changes in climate causing longer periods of warm dry weather that makes the forest that much more combustible.
BUSHLAND NEAR SHEPPARTON…. A tinder dry bushland presents potential for fires to start. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
The Prime Minister, Scott Morrison is currently proposing additional strategies to look at the dangers Australia faces with bushfires. To that end, he is proposing a royal commission to look at the bushfires while also signalling some review of their current climate policies. He also indicated that the Australian
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Defence Force may play a greater role sooner in any future disasters. Local member for Nichols, Damian Drum was invited to comment however he is currently in Gippsland looking at the damage the fires have caused so far.
Time to get your school uniforms organised
Stockists of Greater Shepparton Secondary College Uniforms
TIME TO GET SCHOOL UNIFORMS SORTED… The School Uniform Shop manager, Sandy Bradbury has the new Greater Shepparton Secondary College uniforms in and encourages parents to get orders in early. Photo: Katelyn Morse.
CHANGE can be both a little daunting and exciting, but whether your child is starting their first year of school or transitioning to Greater Shepparton Secondary College, now is the time to get their school uniforms organised. The School Uniform Shop have uniforms for both primary and secondary schools in Shepparton, and are one of your stockists for the Greater Shepparton Secondary College uniform. The School Uniform Shop manager, Sandy Bradbury is encouraging parents to get their uniform orders in early. “There’ll be around 3,000 school kids
needing these uniforms, so you can imagine how busy it’s going to be. Parents should come in now to avoid the crowds, and then you can simply pick them up when they arrive.” Sandy said. “We also accept the $20 0 subsidy voucher provided for each student by the government, which will cover your child’s summer uniform costs.” For all your school uniform needs, call into The School Uniform Shop at 183 Corio Street, Shepparton or phone 5821 3232. Open extended hours in January from 9am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday, 9am to 2pm Saturday and 10am to 2pm Sunday.
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Want to know when your children return to school? WITH just weeks left before most of the region’s students return for the 2019 school year, The Adviser is lending a helping hand to all parents with a handy list outlining when students should return to school. Parents should also check the start dates with their school in case changes are made after we go to press. SECONDARY SCHOOLS Greater Shepparton Secondary College McGuire Campus: Thursday, January 30 – Years 7 and 12 return Friday, January 31 – Years 8, 10 and 11 return
Mooroopna Campus: Thursday, January 30 – Year 9 students return Friday, January 31 – Year 8 and 10 students return Wanganui Campus: Thursday, January 30 – Years 8 and 12 students return Friday, January 31 – Year 10 and 11 students return Notre Dame College Thursday, January 30 – Years 7, 9, 10, 11, 12 and MCP return Friday, January 31 – Year 8 return Shepparton Christian College Monday, February 3 – All students return
Nathalia Secondary College Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Numurkah Secondary College Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Rushworth P-12 College Thursday, January 30 – All students return Goulburn Valley Grammar School Wednesday, January 29 – Years 5, 6, 7 and 12 return Friday, January 31 – Years 8 to 11 return St Mary of the Angels (Nathalia) Wednesday, January 29 – Year 7, 11 and 12 students return Thursday, January 30 - Years 8,9 and 10 students return
30 years of tutoring excellence
A HUGE MILESTONE… Shepparton Tutoring Centre owners, Mark and Lindy Carnovale celebrate 30 years in the tutoring industry this year. This photo from The Adviser archives, shows a young Mark and Lindy tutoring Darren Danaher in 1997. Photos: Katelyn Morse/The Adviser Archives.
THIS year marks 30 years in the tutoring industry for Mark and Lindy Carnovale, but they won’t be stopping any time soon. Their centre, in the heart of the Shepparton CBD, has become a well-known destination for students wishing to improve their reading, spelling, English, maths and science skills. Mark said, “It’s been a privilege to work with and assist the students in the Goulburn Valley for the past 30 years.
“Many students come to us worried about their schoolwork. They leave here knowing that they are achieving better school results and feeling more confident and successful. “We just really love what we do. We have great staff and a relaxed teaching environment that all students feel comfortable in.” Mark offers a free, no obligation assessment for primary and
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secondary students. They are also always on the look out for experienced and dedicated teachers to join the team. Shepparton Tutoring Centre is located where they’ve always been, in the Wyndham Mall, Shepparton. For further information or to book an assessment, visit the Shepparton Tutoring Centre website at www. sheppartontutoring.com.au or give Mark a call on 5831 2527.
PRIMARY SCHOOLS St Anne’s College Wednesday, January 29 – Year 7 students return Thursday, January 30 - Foundation students return Bourchier Street Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Dhurringile Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Guthrie Street Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students year 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return Kialla West Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students year 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return Mooroopna Park Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – Years 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return Mooroopna Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – Years 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return Sacred Heart Primary School (Tatura) Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Shepparton East Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students year 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return
St Brendan’s Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students year 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return St Georges Road Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students year 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return St Luke’s Catholic Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return St Mary’s Primary School (Mooroopna) Wednesday, January 29 – All students return St. Mel’s Primary School Wednesday, 29 January – All students return Verney Road School Wednesday, January 29 – All students year 1 to 6 return Thursday, January 30 – Foundation students return Wilmot Road Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Orrvale Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Numurkah Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return St Joseph’s Primary School (Numurkah) Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Tatura Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return
Grahamvale Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Dookie Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Toolamba Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return Murchison Primary School Wednesday, January 29 – All students return St Mary’s Primary School (Rushworth) Wednesday, January 29 – All students return
Thriving college community ST MARY of the Angels Secondary College is a vibrant and welcoming college community of fering a rich and d iverse lea rn ing environment. The college aims to develop the whole person where all aspects of students’ spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical pursuits are nurtured. The college is underpinned by the teachings of Christ and the Franciscan values of justice, peace, joy and a love of creation. St Mary of the Angels Principal, Matt Carver said, “Our 2020 college theme, ‘We are called to be stewards of God’s Creation’, encourages us to
care for others and the environment around us. We all have a responsibility towards our natural environment and the communities we live in. “Our task of providing Catholic education in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi to approximately 600 students from across five parishes and over 20 communities, is richly rewarding and provides us with a deep sense of satisfaction. Our work is important because the students in our care are vitally important.” St Mary of the Angels Secondary College strives to provide an environment for all students to not only prosper but to flourish
STEWARDS OF GODS CREATIONS… St Mary of the Angels Secondary College strives to provide an environment for all students to prosper. Pictured from left, Year 7 students Grace and Lily Weibgen. Photo: Supplied.
within their chosen academic and applied pursuits. For more information or to find out how St Mary of the Angels Secondary College can assist your child, contact St Mary of the Angels
at Chapel Street, Nathalia, phone 5866 2222 or visit www.smotanathalia.catholic.edu.au. St Mary of the Angels Secondary College also invites you to come along to their 2020 Open Day on Wednesday, May 13.
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Everest Trekking to
Base Camp - Part One
By The Adviser photographer,
1 1) BREATHTAKING SIGHTS… The Ngozumpa Glacier is over 30km long.. 2) CRYSTAL CLEAR… Gokyo Lakes are stunning and like nothing I had ever seen before. 3) JUST A BIT CHILLY… The time it was snowing on us while doing an acclimatisation hike. 4) UP IN THE CLOUDS… Where we landed at Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, with a runway length of 527m. 5) PAIRING UP… Ash Millman and I on day two of our trek.
2 IN January 2019, I asked one of my best friends, Ash Millman, if she was keen to go on a trip with me, without telling her what I had in mind. Luckily, she was still keen to go after I told her where we were headed! On October 16, 2019, we were on a plane headed to Nepal to complete a 17-day trek through the Himalayas to Everest Base Camp and Gokyo Lakes. After spending a few days in Kathmandu, our tour began with a 2am wakeup call. We had a 5-hour drive in a mini bus ahead of us, to a tiny regional airport in Ramechhap. It was absolute chaos. There was no seating or waiting area, just trekkers and their luggage everywhere, waiting outside. We were a little concerned by the ‘safety suggestion boxes’ at the airport as we were about to board our 18-person plane. The flight was less than 20 minutes, but we got our first look at the Himalayas and we were so excited. It was quite the adrenaline rush knowing we were about to land at one of the most dangerous airports in the world, with a runway length of just 527m. We landed safely at the Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, which is situated on the side of a mountain at 2,860m above sea level. After landing at around 11am, we got some lunch at our first tea house and met all our guides and porters. The tea houses are where we ate and slept during the trek. They have a dining area, kitchen, shared bathrooms and many 2-3 person, very basic, bedrooms. The walls are usually just plywood and the hallway often has no door to keep the cold air out. We began walking in the rain to the tea house, where we would spend the first night of our trek. We couldn’t believe how cold it was overnight, but I look back now
4 laughing, as we had no idea what was to come… Day two was the hardest day of the whole trek even though it was only 9.5km to our next destination. The first three hours were fine, but the next four were excruciating. Four hours straight up a mountain, gaining 800m in elevation. Let’s just say we were so excited to finally reach Namche Bazaar, where we would spend the next two nights. On day three we just did acclimatisation hikes to get our bodies used to the high altitude before returning back down to Namche Bazaar to spend the night. Altitude sickness can be quite severe and even life threatening, so the majority of our group started taking Diamox tablets with the hopes of it reducing or preventing the symptoms. We were told to drink 4-5 litres of water per day which should also help to prevent altitude sickness. Our first hike for the day took us up to see our first look at Mount Everest and the view was incredible. We had perfect weather with the sun shining and the sky was bright blue. On the way back down, however, Ash slipped on an uneven step and rolled her ankle quite severely. She went back down to the tea house to elevate and ice it for the rest of the day, but it wasn’t looking good. The next morning, she was really struggling to walk on it and the decision was made that she would stay behind with one of the assistant guides to rest it for a few days. They planned to leave in a few days to meet up with us on our way back from Gokyo Lakes and that way she should still be able to make it to Everest Base Camp. She ended up going to a tiny hospital and got an X-ray to make sure
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5 nothing was broken, but not before waiting 5 minutes to make sure there was enough electricity for the machine to run. Luckily nothing was broken but she did tear two ligaments! I continued on with the group and fell more in love with the Himalayas each day. The scenery was like nothing I had ever seen. I was so excited to finally get above the tree line, which is at an altitude of around 4,000m. It was like being on another planet. It also snowed on us while we were doing an acclimatisation hike in Machhermo at 4,470m, which was amazing. Day seven was the day we reached Gokyo Lakes. The day I had been most excited for. Of course I woke up feeling terrible as I had caught a cold and everyone in our group was sick or coughing, from the cold air in our lungs. It was a struggle but knew it was all worth it when I saw the first of the three lakes we would see. The third lake, where the village of Gokyo is situated, was the largest and most incredible. The water is such a bright blue and honestly didn’t even look real. It was by far the most beautiful place I had ever been in my life. After admiring the lake for a substantial amount of time, we hiked up to see the Ngozumpa Glacier. It was massive and we could hear the ice cracking below it. We were standing on the ridge with a view of the lake on one side and a view of a glacier over 30km long on the other side. I could not believe my eyes. Not to mention we were at an altitude of 4,790m. I was in complete awe. To be continued… In the meantime, you can see videos from our trip by searching ‘Adventures of Katelyn’ on YouTube.
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5.30 Today 9.00 Today Extra Summer 11.30 Nine News 12.00 Ellen 1.00 Movie: Moonstruck: Cher, Nicolas Cage, Olympia Dukakis 3.00 Tipping Point 4.00 Nine News 5.00 Millionaire Hot Seat 6.00 Nine News 7.00 A Current Affair 7.30 Vet On The Hill
8.30 Movie: Thor Ragnarok: Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldblum, Mark Ruffalo, Karl Urban 11.05 Movie: The Legend Of Hercules: Gaia Weiss, Kellan Lutz, Scott Adkins 1.00 Cybershack 1.30 Infomercials 4.30 The Avengers 5.30 A Current Affair
5.00 World Watch 2.00 Telemarkskanalen Boat Journey 3.00 Aerial Asia 3.55 China's Megatomb Revealed 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Motor Sport: Dakar Rally 2020 6.30 World News 7.35 Hunting Egypt's Lost Treasures 8.30 8 Out Of 10 Cats
Does Countdown 9.25 Marry Me Marry My Family 10.30 World News 11.00 Movie: Monsieur Chocolat (France) 1.05 The Night Manager 2.05 Ride Upon The Storm 3.10 Ivanka Trump: America's Real First Lady? 4.10 Great British Railway Journeys
6.00 rage 11.00 Classic Countdown 12.00 ABC News 12.30 QI 1.00 Endeavour 2.30 Father Brown 3.25 Poh's Kitchen Lends A Hand 3.55 Short Cuts To Glory 4.30 Landline Summer 5.00 Football: A-League: Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix 7.00 ABC News
7.30 Vera: Vera investigates the death of a young woman in a suspicious fire. 9.00 Doc Martin: Following a complaint to the medical authorities by a patient, the Doc has been advised by Chris Parsons not to practice for a week before his hearing. 9.50 Agatha Raisin 10.40 rage
6.00 I Fish 6.30 ET 7.00 RV Daily Foodie Trails 7.30 The Offroad Adventure Show 8.30 4x4 Adventure 9.30 Studio 10 12.00 All 4 Adventure 1.00 Farm To Fork 1.30 Healthy Homes 2.00 The Living Room 3.00 What's Up Down Under
3.30 This Is Mexico 4.00 RV Daily Foodie Trails 4.30 Seafood Escape 5.00 10 News 6.00 Jamie & The Nonnas 7.00 Bondi Rescue 7.30 Ambulance Australia: Ultimate Emergencies 9.00 Ambulance 10.15 Not Announced 1.00 Home Shopping 5.00 Hour Of Power
6.00 NBC Today 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show - Weekend 12.00 Beretts' Tour de Cure 1.00 World's Deadliest Weather: Caught On Camera 2.00 Movie: Angel Flight Down: Christopher Atkins 4.00 Better Homes And Gardens
5.00 Seven News 5.30 My Road To Adventure 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers 10.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Post Match: Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers 10.30 Movie: Payback: Bill Duke, David Paymer 12.30 Home Shopping
6.00 Ellen 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Today Extra Summer 12.00 Cybershack 12.30 It’s All Greek To Me: Actor George Kapiniaris joins the show to cook up a Greek classic with an Aussie twist. 1.00 Giving Life 1.30 Our State On A Plate 2.00 World’s Greatest Islands
3.00 Adelaide International Tennis 6.00 Nine News 7.00 Adelaide International Tennis 9.30 Hobart International Tennis 11.30 Movie: No Escape: Lake Bell, Pierce Brosnan, Owen Wilson, Claire Geare 1.30 Cybershack 2.00 Infomercials 5.30 Wesley Impact
5.00 World Watch 2.00 Small Business Secrets 2.35Drain 3.30 Basketball 2020: WNBL Highlights 4.05 The Crystal Maze: Presented by Richard Ayoade 5.00 Mythical Beasts Unearthed 6.00 Motor Sport: Dakar Rally 2020 6.30 World News
7.30 Inside Aldi 8.30 Movie: Monty Python's The Meaning Of Life (The UK) 10.25 Movie: Iceman (Hong Kong) 12.25 China's Prison Kids 2.10 Britain's Ancient Capital 3.15 The Island With Bear Grylls 4.15 Great British Railway Journeys
6.00 rage 7.00 Weekend Breakfast 10.00 Offsiders 10.30 World This Week 11.00 Compass 11.30 Songs Of Praise 12.00 ABC News 12.30 Landline Summer 1.00 Gardening Australia 2.00 Doc Martin 3.00 The Crown And Us: The Story of The Royals In Australia 4.00 Football: W-League:
Western Sydney Wanderers v Perth Glory 6.00 Hard Quiz 6.30 Back Roads 7.00 ABC News 7.40 Conquest Of The Skies 8.35 Maigret 10.05 Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None 11.05 Inside London Fire Brigade 11.50 Silent Witness 12.50 Vera 2.20 rage
6.00 Mass For You At Home 6.30 Hillsong 7.00 Leading The Way 7.30 Fishing Australia 8.00 Snap Happy 8.30 Farm To Fork 9.00 Seafood Escape 9.30 Studio 10 12.00 The Offroad Adventure Show 1.00 All 4 Adventure 2.00 4x4 Adventure 3.00 Not Announced
4.30 RPM Summer Series 5.00 10 News 6.00 Bondi Rescue 6.30 The Sunday Project 7.30 I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Presented by Julia Morris and Dr. Chris Brown 9.00 The Graham Norton Show 10.15 Not Announced 12.00 The Sunday Project 1.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS - This Morning
6.00 Home Shopping 7.00 Weekend Sunrise 10.00 The Morning Show Summer Series 12.00 Surf Patrol: Presented by Tom Williams 12.30 Movie: Charro: Elvis Presley, Victor French, Solomon Sturges, Lynn Kellogg 2.30 Cricket: Big Bash League: Hobart Hurricanes v Adelaide
Strikers 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades 10.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Post Match: Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Renegades 10.30 Sunday Night: Summer Series 12.00 The Cosmetic Surgery Show 12.30 Home Shopping
6.00 Harry 7.00 Weekend Today 10.00 Golf: Jack Newton Celebrity Classic 11.00 Global Roaming 12.00 World's Greatest Journeys 1.00 Kevin Can Wait 1.30 Movie: Zeus And Roxanne 3.30 Delish Destinations 4.00 Endangered 5.00 Nine News 5.30 Postcards Summer
6.00 Nine News 7.00 60 Minutes 8.00 Serengeti 9.10 Movie: Non-Stop: Liam Neeson 11.20 Manifest 12.10 Cold Case 1.05 Harry 2.00 Infomercial 2.30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 3.00 Infomercials 4.00 The Baron 5.00 Nine News
5.00 World Watch 7.00 Small Business Secrets 7.30 World Watch 1.00 Speedweek 3.00 Basketball: NBL 2019-2020: New Zealand v Melbourne 5.00 Small Business Secrets 5.30 Apocalypse: The Second World War 6.30 World News 7.30 Decoding The Great
Pyramid 8.30 Secret Life Of The Mega Resort 9.35 Royal Family: Scandals And Shame 10.50 Britain's Ancient Capital 11.50 Adolf And Eva: Love And War 1.40 Colour And Light 2.50 Look Me In The Eye: Presented by Ray Martin 3.50 Tony Robinson's Coast To Coast
6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Foreign Correspondent 10.30 The House 11.00 Conquest Of The Skies 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Australian Story 1.30 Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None 2.30 Inside London Fire Brigade 3.30 Hard Quiz: Presented by Tom Gleeson
4.00 Think Tank 5.00 Anh's Brush With Fame 5.30 The Heights 6.00 ABC News 6.30 Summer Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Back Roads 8.30 Magical Land Of Oz 9.30 Exposed: The Case Of Keli Lane 10.30 ABC News 11.00 Louis Theroux
6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2.30 ET 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet 4.00 Farm To Fork 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News 6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project
7.30 I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 9.00 Hughesy, We Have A Problem 10.00 Just For Laughs Australia 11.00 Win's All Australian News 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show: Presented by Stephen Colbert 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS - This Morning
5.30 Sunrise 9.00 Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Movie: The Trouble With Girls: Elvis Presley, Edward Andrews, Marlyn Mason, Joyce Van Patten, John Carradine 2.00 The Daily Edition Summer Series 3.00 The Chase: Presented by Bradley Walsh
4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars 9.30 Cricket: Big Bash League: Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder 12.30 Cricket: Big Bash League: Post Match: Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder 1.00 Home Shopping
5.30 Today 10.00 Australian Open Tennis - Pre Show 11.00 Australian Open Tennis 6.00 Nine News 7.00 Australian Open Tennis 12.00 Unforgettable: Carrie and Al receive new information in the cold case of a missing surgeon, putting them on the trail of two con
artists. 1.00 Delish Destinations: Trevor discovers one of New Zealand's best wineries in the only region not known for its grapes. He forages in the rainforest for indigenous treats, before heading to Rotorua's legendary hot springs. 1.30 Infomercials 4.00 Ellen 5.00 Nine News
5.00 World Watch 1.55 Telemarkskanalen Boat Journey 3.05 Aerial Asia 4.00 Destination Flavour China 4.30 David Baddiel On The Silk Road 5.30 Letters And Numbers: Presented by Richard Morecroft 6.00 Mastermind Australia 6.30 World News
7.35 Cruising With Jane McDonald 8.30 Michael Mosley: Trust Me, I'm A Doctor 9.30 24 Hours In Police Custody 10.25 World News 10.55 The World Game 11.30 Wisting 12.30 Witnesses 1.30 Borgen 3.45 Little White Lie 4.50 Rachel Khoo's Kitchen Notebook
6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Foreign Correspondent 10.30 The House 11.00 Dream Gardens 11.30 Ask The Doctor 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Australian Story 1.30 Call The Midwife 2.30 Rugged Paradise 3.05 Poh's Kitchen On The Road 3.35 Hard Quiz
4.00 Think Tank 5.00 Anh's Brush With Fame 5.30 The Heights 6.00 ABC News 6.30 Summer Drum 7.00 ABC News 7.30 7.30 8.00 Nigella At My Table 8.30 The Pool 9.30 The Cult Of The Family 10.25 ABC News 10.55 Stratton's Stories Of Australian Cinema
6.00 Headline News 8.30 Studio 10 12.00 Dr. Phil 1.00 I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2.30 ET 3.00 Judge Judy 3.30 Everyday Gourmet: Presented by Justine Schofield 4.00 Farm To Fork 4.30 The Bold & The Beautiful 5.00 10 News
6.00 Win News 6.30 The Project 7.30 I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 9.00 NCIS 10.00 NCIS: Los Angeles 11.00 Win's All Australian News 12.00 The Project 1.00 The Late Show: Presented by Stephen Colbert 2.00 Home Shopping 4.30 CBS - This Morning
5.30 Sunrise 9.00 Morning Show 11.30 Seven Morning News 12.00 Surf Patrol 12.30 Cycling: 2020 Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 1 3.30 Not Announced 4.00 Seven News 5.00 The Chase Australia 6.00 Seven News 7.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Melbourne
Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes 10.00 Cricket: Big Bash League: Post Match: Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes 10.30 Modern Family: Cam and Mitch are scared of Lily's teacher. 11.00 Cycling: 2020 Santos Tour Down Under: Daily Highlights 12.00 Marvel's Agent Carter
5.30 Today 10.00 Australian Open Tennis - Pre Show 11.00 Australian Open Tennis 6.00 Nine News 7.00 Australian Open Tennis 12.00 Chicago Med: Dr. Halstead and Dr. Manning are at odds over the care of a vegetative man. Dr. Rhodes goes behind
Dr. Bekker's back to get his patient at the top of the transplant list. A woman in the waiting room falls asleep, and won't wake up. 1.00 Giving Life 1.30 Adelady 2.00 Infomercial 2.30 Skippy - The Bush Kangaroo 3.00 Infomercials 4.00 Ellen 5.00 Nine News
5.00 World Watch 2.00 Telemarkskanalen Boat Journey 3.00 Destination Flavour China 3.30 Who Do You Think You Are? 4.30 David Baddiel On The Silk Road 5.30 Letters And Numbers 6.00 Mastermind Australia: Presented by Jennifer Byrne
6.30 World News 7.35 Inside Selfridges 8.30 Marry Me Marry My Family 9.35 Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over 10.30 World News 11.00 Asylum City: Anat goes out for one last battle against Farrow. 12.00 Deep State 1.00 The State 1.55 Counterpart 4.00 Food Detectives
6.00 News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News Mornings 10.00 Recording Studio 10.55 Dream Gardens 11.30 Ask The Doctor 12.00 ABC News 1.00 Australian Story 1.30 Call The Midwife 2.30 Poh's Kitchen On The Road 3.00 Nigella At My Table 3.30 Hard Quiz 4.05 Think Tank 5.00 Anh's Brush With
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Hitting the courts on Australia Day
IN FULL SWING… The Numurkah Lawn Tennis Club’s Annual Australia Day Tournament is now in its 89th year, with entries into the tournament still open. Pictured is last year’s Mens singles champion, Nick Fenaughty. Photo: Supplied.
OVER the Australia Day long weekend, the Numurkah Lawn Tennis Club will be hosting their 89th Annual Australia Day Tournament. Held on the 25th and 26th of January, the Numurkah Lawn Tennis courts will see hundreds of players and spectators hitting the courts for two days of non-stop action. On Saturday, January 25, the mens and ladies singles will start off the tournament, followed by mixed doubles in the afternoon. Sunday, January 26 will see the mens and ladies double compete. Numurkah Lawn Tennis Club
sports 12 beautifully manicured lawn courts and two synthetic courts, allowing for the action to run easily and uninterrupted during the tournament. There will also be plenty of entertainment on the Saturday night, including a roast and music from LBDJ. All entries into the tournament must be emailed to email@example.com by next Wednesday, January 22. For further information, call Catherine on 0419 839 416 or head to Numurkah Lawn Tennis Club’s Facebook page.
A night of bikes and bites It’s easy to see that the community in Greater Shepparton love food, we just have to look at the overwhelming success from the Fryers Street and St. Georges Road Food Festivals as proof. To coincide the arrival of the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup, Greater Shepparton City Council will be hosting a
Bikes and Bites free event at the Victoria Park Lake. On Saturday, February 1 from 5pm to 10pm, there will be first class family entertainment with a focus on flavours of the world (food will need to be purchased) and a music and entertainment area with a strong focus on Shepparton
performers. There will also be a spectacular side program of BMX stunts, children’s entertainment and an opportunity to enjoy the stunning Victoria Park Lake. For more information, visit www.greatershepparton.com.au.
Drinks at the dog and hounds
WINNING TEAM IN ROUND ONE OF GV T20, SRP MUD DOGS… Ready to take on the rest of the tournament. Photo: Peter Holland
LAST weekend saw a win for the SRP Mud Dogs over the Hurleys Hotel Hounds in the GV Bush Bash T20 cricket tournament. The Mud Dogs were 4 wickets for 149 over the Hounds at 7 wickets for 146 at stumps. Other games in the first round were the Cobram Panel Works Panthers at 5 for 133 beating the Jarvis Delahey Crushers at 6 for 131 The Bush Bash is rural Victoria’s first franchised T20 competition that promotes
cricket to all community groups leveraging the success of the Big Bash with the support of Cricket Australia & Cricket Victoria. The Valley’s best will go head-to-head, with teams made up of at least 1 U19 player and up to 2 key players, giving others the chance to play with and against the best cricketers in the region. To be eligible players must be registered for the 20192020 season. Games will be free entry with the option of a gold coin donation.
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