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Nation Dance brings rain
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Rain fell gently on Molong following the simulated Nation Dance last Sunday at 1 p.m. held at the Rec. grounds as part of NAIDOC celebrations. "We danced for our creator Biame" said cultural advisors, Fleur and Lachie Magick who have been assisting the newly formed Molong Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG) with spiritual and cultural advice. "We danced for rain to fill the rivers, creeks and waterholes to help farmers - as well as ourselves to be able to fish again." The day was organised by Molong (AECG) President Carmen Neill and members Fleur and Lachie Magick - joined by young indigeneous dancers from the Molong Central School, Orange and Walgett communities. Fleur explained the celebration "We danced for our creator Biame for our ancestors, for our country, for all the plants and animals, rivers and waterholes and for all creation". More on P.4 (Above) Lachie Magick leads the dance with Guurramali (Molong Central School), James (MCS), Deikan (Walgett), Blade (Molong Central School). More on Page 4
Traditional Western Stores Building Christmas Shopping barricaded @ 'the paper shop'
Entry to businesses at the front of Molong's iconic 'Western Stores" building was cordoned off on Monday evening following a Cabonne Council building inspection and engineers report warning of potential collapse of the
building's awning over the footpath. The building's owner promptly erected seven tempory scaffolding supports to safeguard the awning and access to the shops was restored on Wednesday morning.
Steeped in the tradition of a well run local affectionately known 'paper shop' - Bron, Perry and Jodie and their friendly team have opened their doors through drought, flood, good times and heaps of incredibly challenging ones. Still, they make sure they open their doors 7 days a week from early morning through times of heat, frost, rain, snow and have been doing so for some 40+ years. The local community love this family who have been there for them during births, deaths, marriages, local fundraising support and donations to anything to benefit the town and district. It's time for retirement and to look after their own health. Whilst this popular business is on the market - daughter Jodie has hopped in to help her parents. One thing for sure ... the Trethowans won't
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leave Molong in a ditch with no paper shop. This is the town they call 'home' and 'family' and they are an integral part of the 'fabric of Molong'. Let's shop and support the Molong 'paper shop' this Christmas ... and after. (Above) Christmas shop this year with Jodie, Bron, Perry and Luke and the afternoon and Saturday morning teams at the popular Molong Newsagency where locals will find toys, fabulous handbags, unique earings, jewellery, 2020 diaries and more. Newspaper and mag. subscriptions are a marvellous gift giving idea - worthwhile, affordable and needed.
Banjo Paterson Festival Dinner - Molong Saturday, 22rd February, 2020
GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT
This signature event is to be held on the Village Green Molong as part of the Banjo Paterson Feestival Week. The night will commence with poetry, complimentary wine on arrival, 3 course dinner by Eugowra Eat Your Greens and music and dancing provided by the talented Cecelia Rochelli and Trouble With Johnny Band. To book Go to: 123tix.com.au and browse EVENTS Further information or ticket sales contact Marj Bollinger on 02 6366 8593.
Manildra Rhinos Up & Running
MOLONG MEN'S SHED OPEN DAY
Molong Men's Shed is holding an Open Day on Thursday 12 Dec 2019 from 9am - 2 pm.
Come and have a look through and meet members of the Molong Men's Shed and join us for a sausage sizzle lunch and a yarn to see what goes on! We are located at the top of Bank St behind the Uniting Church.
If you can't make it on this day, you are welcome to drop in when the Men's Shed is open, every Monday and Thursday from 9 am.
“Mully” reports After a massive turn up to the AGM Manildra is going ahead in 2020 in the Woodbridge Cup Rugby League competition. Cabonne Councillor Marlene Nash takes the reins as President; Mick Gibson and Jake Mullins, VP’s; Jess Milne and T Thornberry, Secretaries; Barry Shean and Dan Mullins, Retention Ctte; Therese Press, Treasurer and Hanna as Registrar. A good mix of young and older hands make up the Committee, the most for many years. Off to a flying start - Go Rhinos
Deconsecration of churches on Saturday 8 December
The Deconsecration of the Anglican Churches of Kerrs Creek, Euchareena and Beri will take place this Saturday 8th December. Anyone who is interested in attending one or all of the Services are very welcome to come along. The Services begin at Kerrs Creek at 9.30am followed by Euchareena at 10.30am. We will then have a community lunch. Please bring a plate to share in the Euchareena Hall where there will also be some history on all of the Churches for people to look at and share any memories they may have. We will then proceed to the Beri Church for the final Service of Communion at 1.30pm.
Orange 8 Day Games
Molong was again well represented at the recent games. Jono Punch, Len Punch (30 years as competitor), Jo Warner, Reneice Wright, Jake Evans, Gail Pringle, Belinda Mills, Jackson Leckie, Simon Wright, Janet Clyde, Kyle Warner & Stephen Wright. (See report page 11)
Christmas fun together
Molong Probus Club There will be no actual meeting this month as we will be having our Christmas Lunch at the Molong Bowling Club at 12noon on 10 December . Look forward to seeing you all there for some fun and games.
Residents of Molong Health Services, Graham Baker, John Wright and Margaret Hamilton enjoyed making Christmas decorations with children from Molong Central School earlier this week.
Rural Aid Week at St Joseph’s Manildra
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Therese Press reports We have had a team of volunteer workers at our school who have worked tirelessly all week to complete some amazing projects around the school. They have worked through wind, smoke and heat wave conditions, all the while smiling as they work. The students enjoyed morning tea with the volunteers during their visit. On Friday the students thanked the volunteers and presented them with a special gift and handmade cards. The students also sang a song about our visitors and Manildra. This was an extraordinary moment in 2019 for our school and it will be remembered for a long time to come. Thank you to all involved in Rural Aid and for what you have done for St Joseph’s Manildra and the wider Manildra community. YOU ARE AMAZING!!!!!!!!!
We invite all in the Manildra community and beyond to come and see the amazing improvements to our school environment. **************** Robyn, Wayne, Julia and other representatives from Rural Aid’s Gift of Music visited our school on Friday 22nd November to present us with new musical instruments. We already received Lego earlier in the week from them. We are so blessed at our school at BP Molong and look forward to using the instruments before the end of the year. Thank you Gift of Music! Thank you to all involved in Rural Aid and for what you have done for St per litre Joseph’s Manildra and the wider Manildra community. YOU ARE AMAZING! on fuel We invite all in the Manildra community and beyond to come Cash / card only. No commercial sales. No fuel cards. and see the amazing improvements to our Ph: 6366 8393 school environment.
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Farewell to ‘Miss Emma’ from Molong Early Learning Centre
Jane Evans reports December 6 will mark a milestone in the history of the Molong Early Learning Centre. After 15 years, the Centre’s longest serving director, Mrs Emma Thomas, will celebrate her last day, this Friday. Emma has been an inspiring teacher and director. She has worked tirelessly since 2005 to grow and expand the service based around the community needs. The on-going expansion projects driven by Emma, her staff and the committees of the preschool have transformed the once small, preschool-only facility into an all-encompassing childcare service. Her collaborative approach towards staff, parents, committee members and her commitment to the children have been a great asset to the MELC. Her unwavering approach and determination to ‘get the job done’ has been invaluable. Provided below is a snapshot of her career achievements, and whilst these are noteworthy and her management expertise will be missed, we will mostly miss seeing her happy smile each morning. ‘Miss Emma’ commenced her career in January 2005 as teacher / director at the then, ‘Molong Preschool’. The preschool operated only 4 days per week and had just 30 children enrolled. In 2006, she expanded the centre to operate 5 days per week. Little did she know at the time, this would be the first step towards what would be a continual expansion of the service, spanning the next 14 years with Emma at the helm. In 2009, the preschool committee purchased the building next door to the centre, 16 Riddell St, with a view to future expansion. Jumping on this prime real estate proved to be a great vision as this would shape future expansion for the preschool. Over the coming years, as Molong grew, so too did the need for childcare places in our community. In 2012, Emma incorporated a long day care service into the preschool. A name change to Molong Early Learning Centre in 2013, and another expansion was complete. From 2013 to 2019, Emma, her staff and the varying committees worked tirelessly to secure
government funding in order to continue the expansion of the service, w h i c h included demolition of the previously purchased 16 Riddell Street, construction of an entire new building incorporating three new day care rooms and employment of over 20 staff members. Today the centre has 120 children enrolled! Emma comments on her time at the MELC: “During my time at MELC, my focus has always been on providing the best possible care and education for all children in the Molong community. This has meant providing a service to meet the needs of the Molong Community – they asked for long day care, we provided long day care! They asked for more childcare and preschool places, we provided more childcare and preschool places! “My biggest achievement in my time as Director has been to watch the service grow as it has, but also to bring together a team of educators that work hard and share a drive to deliver the best care to our community’s children. The team we have at the MELC are the best in the business”. Whilst the parents, staff, children and committee are sad to see Emma go, we wish her the best in the future as she takes up the Director’s position at the Cudal Childcare Centre. Emma will be farewelled with an afternoon tea/ drinks on Thursday 12th December at the Molong RSL club from 3pm. This will follow the annual MELC Christmas concert. Children, staff, parents and committee members past and present are all warmly invited to attend, as are members of the Molong Community.
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(R) President of the newly formed Molong Aboriginal Education Consultative Group, Carmen Neil, with her family members who took part in last Sunday’s simulated Nation Dance at the Molong Rec. (Below) The local Nation Dance team @ Molong
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Nation Dance brings rain
Last Sunday was Nation Dance day when we joined thousands of other beautiful Aboriginal people from around Australia all dancing together at 1pm. We danced for our creator Biame, for our ancestors, for our country, for all the plants and animals, rivers and waterholes and for all of creation! We danced for justice for our Aboriginal people - no more deaths in custody, end racism, stop taking our children away, lock up those destroying country and communities for profit - no more locking up according to race - free Black Australia, free our children, free our people, return our lands & waters to be managed by First Nations for the health & wellbeing of all people - and let the rain fall!!!! We finished our dance & gathering at around 3pm and by 7pm the
rain started. Thank you ancestors, thank you Biame. Ngurrubul (love) & Yindyamarra (respect). By the way - we may look fair but very important Aboriginal families represented were the Riley mob Wellington, Dennis mob Walgett, Dixon mob Broken Hill/Walgett, Williams mob Gundabooka, Greenaway & Potter mob Warren, Magick/Madgwick, Sergeant mob Cobbora & Beetson mob Gongolgon. Thank you to Aunty Joyce Williams for Welcome to Country and Blessings to all dance together on Wiradjuri ngurambang (country). Thank you to Deb. Manager of the Molong Health Services (hospital) and NSW Health who donated the food for the event. article by Fleur Magick, AECG Molong.
Seniors Speak Seniors need to be heard - well, that’s what we believe at the Molong Express. There are all kinds of changes happening in Molong and we think it is important that local and district seniors (including retirees, residents of aged accommodation, the disabled thoughts and ideas, opinions, photos, news ... interviews) ...
are included. This is something the Express is able to offer so that these ‘gems’ (most who helped to build Molong) can be included - and have their words of wisdom added to town/community progress. We welcome your input - Call Rozzi 63668017 or mobile 0490734650.
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Fire Ban & bikes
I am writing to you about a concern with the total fire ban in force with the NSW fires and the ongoing drought. With a Total Fire Ban in force I assume we all know what our responsibilities are. My main concern is that in a total fire ban we know what machinery, farm equipment, barbeques, any fuelled equipment is not allowed to be used. What we don’t know on a total fire ban day is whether the ridingof dirt bikes, or any tpe of off road bikes include the non riding of dirt bikes, or any type of off road bikes on suitable terrain that is in a total fire ban area, being the whole of NSW. I live in Molong and I have a perimeter along my property being a laneway which the Cobb & Co coaches used for the mail run way back then. Yes it is perfect for the riders to do their trail biking, they have for years, and I love to see them riding up and down which I have observed and enjoyed for many years and more to come.
Is this trail bike riding a risk for an outbreak of fire during a total fire ban. I do not want to see Molong on fire, the most part of NSW has suffered enough, let us not be included. I am hoping that one of your many readers will be able to advise on the use of off road bikes during a total fire ban day. Lynda Smith (Molong)
Praise for Donato’s Directory
Today we received in our letter box a ‘Community Directory’ it has been prepared and sent out by Phil Donato MP’s office. I am most impressed with the layout, presentation and clarity of the information, it is easy to read and find the addresses and phone numbers of a range of emergency and other services and with the magnet on the back will be a handy tool to have close to the telephone. If anYQne has missed out on receiving it through the letterbox drop, I would recommend contacting Mr. Donatds office for a copy, it is worth the effort. Jo Burgess, Molong
Salvos - Always there The teaching staff of the Molong Central School back in the 1960's. Can anyone remember their names, what they taught, know where they are now? First one to the Express with the complete list of names, roles, memories and the year of the photo will receive a prize! Photo: Taken from the facebook site, Memories of Molong ... thanks to former Molong 'kid' Phil Dunn (formerly East Molong resident and MCS student).
Santa is back in town turning up to delight the children and families at last Saturday’s annual Molong Christmas Toy Run. (Above) Back l to r Margaret and Brian Dean of the Salvation Army, Ben Caldwell, Jonathan Rolfe, Front l to r Kelly Boucher, Santa and this week’s birthday girl, Hanna (Santa’s helper). (R) Chris and Hanna arriving at last Saturday’s Toy Run with their special gift for Salvos Christmas Giving.
The Molong Christmas Toy Run was held last Saturday where local motor cyclists brought together generous donations of Christmas toys, gifts for mums, dads, nans and pops to the local RSL to present to Margaret and Brian Dean of the Salvation Army to distribute to local families to help brighten their Christmas. (R) Margaret and Brian enjoying a special ride to the event on Jonathan R o l f e ’s v i n t a g e “Indian” machine. “Thank you to the Molong and District communities and to the Toy Run participants” said Brian Dean who went on to say how the generous donations of Christmas toys, foods etc will touch the hearts of children and families this Christmas.
Reg “Hey wait ! I don’t want it cut up into those funny little slices.”
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(L) Val Packham at the RSL Club to greet regular Toy Run riders husband John, son-in-law Millsy and grandson Darcy
Entry $10 includes afternoon tea The Molong Small Town Harmonies Choir will present their programme (Sharni’s choir) & well known Peter Jones, pianist. Geoff Tonkin - with his didg, guitar and usual variety of entertainment. We are hoping Meg Oliver will also be able to join us.
MOLONG EXPRESS, Thursday 5 December 2019
Christmas in Cabonne "Shop locally" for your Christmas presents & go into the draw for a special gift
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Christmas lights competition See page 4
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Molong Christmas Tree Party 3 pm - 7 pm Molong Rec Ground
Long Lazy Lunch @ Twisted River Greentrees Cherry Preserving Workshop Coach House 2 pm (See below
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Telegraph Hotel Carols on the Santa photos at Green 6.30 pm Be Tempted at Ham Raffle
Hunky Men's Shed SPAR Chunky Pies LUCKY Open Day Plum Pudding Free Sausage SHOPPER Workshop sizzle (See below to book)
INXS Tribute Band Freemasons Hotel Telegraph Hotel Ham Raffle RSL Club Ham rafffle
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Molong Bowling Club Xmas Market Night 7 pm Twilight Disc Golf 7 pm (with
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SPAR Cabonne LUCKY Service SHOPPER Centre Manildra LUCKY Christmas SHOPPER Party Oval 6 pm
Telegraph Hotel Jumping Castle, free BBQ 3 - 9 pm live music Eric Groth & the Gurus 8 pm.
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Molong Central School Aboriginal Education & Engagement Officer Apprentice Machinist Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade
Our business is expanding and we need great people to join our team. This position is based at our Molong workshop. We offer the successful applicant a friendly, modern work environment, award wages and the opportunity to up-skill across multiple areas of the business. This is a full time position. Please refer to our website for position descriptions and to apply: davimacgroup.com.au Applications close 9 Dec 2019
Looking for a career in Local Government? Cabonne Council has the following positions vacant; • Corporate Services Traineeships (2 positions in Molong) • Records Officer – Molong Office • Engineering Contracts Coordinator – Cudal Office • Finance Support Officer – Molong Office The Corporate Services traineeships are based in Molong and are full time for 12 months. The trainees will rotate through all of Council’s Corporate Service Functions including; • Finance • Records & Administration • Community Services • Human Resources Please visit Council’s website at www. cabonne.nsw.gov.au to find information about these positions and to begin your application, for confidential enquiries please contact Council’s Human Resources Manager, Glenn Meehan on 63923218 PO Box 17 MOLONG NSW 2866
Bradley Byrnes General Manager
Expressions of interest are invited from suitably qualified persons interested in the temporary position of Aboriginal Education & Engagement Officer from 28/1/2020 to the 21/12/2020 (with the possibility of an extension). The position will be located at Molong Central School. An expression of interest addressing the criteria, of no more than 2 pages in length should be submitted to Michelle Barrett at email@example.com by 5pm on 13/12/2019. Statement of duties Working with teachers: • assist Aboriginal students in all school activities including excursions • discuss with Aboriginal parents the educational progress of their children • identify and develop resources to support the learning outcomes of Aboriginal students • assist in the development and implementation of personalised learning plans (Pathways) for Aboriginal students • support Aboriginal cultural awareness for all students with particular reference to Aboriginal students • help maintain effective relationships between Aboriginal parents, the Aboriginal community and school staff.
GARAGE SALE Saturday 7 December
24 William Street, Molong
CHANGE OF MEETING DATE
Cabonne Council will be conducting its December Ordinary meeting and Public Forum on Tuesday 17 December 2019 at 2pm. Meeting will be held at the Council Chambers, 101 Bank Street Molong. PO Box 17 MOLONG NSW 2866
Bradley Byrnes General Manager
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LANDMARK TABLELANDS LIVESTOCK CTLX Cattle Market Report 3 December 2019
Numbers dropped by 465 for a yarding of 3,500. It was another good quality yarding with good numbers of ideal cattle to suit the feeders along with once again good numbers of cows. There were also a few pens of well finished grown steers and heifers mixed throughout. Most of the regular buyers were in attendance with the exception of a couple of feeder orders. Feeder steers were 6c to 10c cheaper, while the feeder heifers were a little dearer for the lighter weights and 7c/kg cheaper for the heavy weights. The feeder steers sold from 255c to 309c while the feeder heifers sold from 240c to 284c/kg. Young steers to the restockers were 8c/kg dearer while the young restocker heifers were cheaper. The young steers sold from 170c to 288c while the young restocker heifers sold from 150c to 250c/kg. Grown steers were 8c cheaper with the
Working as part of a school team to support students: • in relation to their school participation and programs • in relation to their attendance and retention Liaising with the Principal and staff: • on protocols for interacting with the Aboriginal community in relation to staff and Aboriginal students in the school and Aboriginal education activities. Other Duties: • Performing other related duties as required by the Principal. Selection criteria Aboriginality Understanding of the needs of Aboriginal students Knowledge of Aboriginal communities and cultures Effective communication skills Ability to interact with Aboriginal students and parents One of the referees listed must be the applicant’s current principal or supervisor for non-school-based staff. For further information contact Michelle Barrett on 02 6366 8224 or Michelle.firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on 13/12/2019.
prime medium and heavy weights selling from 250c to 281c/kg. Grown heifers were 10c cheaper with the better types selling from 232c to 274c/kg. Properly finished cows were 6c cheaper while the plainer conditioned cows were 14c to 16c/kg cheaper. 2 score cows sold from 160c to 190c while the better 3 and 4 scores sold from 186c to 241c with the prime heavy weights averaging 230c/kg. The feeders were active on suitable cows, paying from 185c to 225c while the restockers paid from 120c to 198c/kg. Bulls were also cheaper selling to 275c/kg.
CTLX Sheep Market Report 27 November 2019
Last reported 27th November 2019 It was another good quality yarding with a good selection of trade and heavy weight new season lambs along with good numbers to suit the restockers. There was though a larger percentage of young lambs showing dryness compared to previous sales.
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Not before 8.30 a.m. Household items - some furniture, including glassware (some over 50 years old) in immaculate condition, ornaments, floral arrangements, kitchenware, garage items, garage fridge, carpet (long-pile, cream, top quality wool will fit at least 4 rooms.
Flowers by Kerry Flowers for all occasions Also available from Molong BP & Molong Newsagency
Delivery: $5 in town limits. Out of town extra.
Ph: 0438 668 347
Light weight lambs to the processors were around firm with the 12-18kg 2 scores selling from $85 to $145/head. The lighter trade weight lambs were a little cheaper while the heavier trade weights were firm to $2 dearer with the new season lambs selling from $135 to $185/head to average 765c/kg cwt. Trade weight old lambs sold from $140 to $172/ head. Heavy weight lambs were $8 to $10 dearer with the over 24kg 4 score new season lambs selling from $175 to $212, while heavy weight Dorper lambs sold for $238/head. Restocker lambs were firm with the better lambs selling from $90 to $167, while very young lambs sold down to $26/head. Hoggets sold to $190/head. It was a mostly good quality yarding of sheep where most grades were $6 to $9/ head dearer. Merino ewes sold from $77 to $182 while crossbred ewes sold from $85 to $213/head. Merino wethers sold from $72 to $185/head. Carcase prices for the better sheep made from 570c to 615c/kg cwt. The restockers were active on suitable lines paying from $71 to $110 for Merino ewes while a pen of middle aged crossbred ewes sold for $179/head to the restockers.
Trevor Lenil Stanley Brown 16.09.1931 – 28.11.2019
Dearly loved husband of 67 years to Fay (deceased). Best Dad ever, to Mark, Wayne (deceased) and Therese. Loyal brother to George, Ted, Rod (deceased) and Robbie. Devoted Farve to Ben, Luke, Jay, Rose, Trevor, Robert and his great grandchildren Taylor, Zoe, Abi, Rebeka, Hannah and Seth. Affectionately shared and cherished by Elke, John, Tina, Stacey, Cherie, Krystal & Anthony and his four-legged extended family, Duke, Prince, OJ, Bruno and Pebbles. ‘Reunited with Fay, the Love of his Life’ The family and friends of Trevor are warmly invited to attend his funeral service to be held at Orange Funerals, 1 Cameron Place Orange on Friday December 6, 2019 commencing at 11am.
COMMUNITY WHATS ON Claim the date – 2019 December 6 growMOLONG Street Stall 5 Molong Men's Shed meets 12 Molong Men’s Shed OPEN DAY 12 Molong Advancement Group 7 pm UPA Hall Hill St 14 Cumnock Markets 9 - 12 10 Probus Club of Molong meeting
MONDAY 23 Dec 6 am to 8.30 am Molong Railway Station
Graham: 0459 742 225 Janice: 0459 742 168 Email: email@example.com
UNITING CHURCH Sun 8 December Molong 11 am: Rev Ross Godfrey Heather Woodhouse 63668218 Helen Houghton 63668020
Welcome MOLONG & DISTRICT BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday Worship Service & Sunday School 10 am
Weekly Activities For All Age Groups Wayne Spencer (Pastor) Ph: 63669376
Molong Rugby League Football Club are inviting applications for the following coaching position for the 2020 season:
Youth League Coach
All applicants must hold their Level 1 Sports Trainer Certificate (or be willing to complete before season commences). All applicants must be enthusiastic, approachable, strive to be a role model, have knowledge of the game and be able to work as a team. It is preferred that applicants include the proposed team manager and trainers in their submission. Applications are to be emailed to molongrlfc@gmail. com strictly before Spm, Thursday 19 December 2019. Applicants will be informed in writing of outcome mid January 2019. Any inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org and the Secretary will respond as soon as possible.
MOLONG COMMUNITY CHURCH YOU ARE NOT A MISTAKE
Sunday 10 am: Celebration & Sunday School (Ages 3 & up)
Wednesday Night 7 pm: Connect Group All Welcome
For more information contact Deon Stapelberg Ph: 0498 659 703 1 Edward St, Molong (opp Police Stn)
8 Day Games
Saturday saw the final day of competition for the 2019 Orange Eight Day Games. This year Molong had 11 competitors and Gail Pringle was an integral part of the team, as always, scoring and assisting throughout the week. The week was a warm one, starting off with a command course, Canoeing, Mountain bikes, mystery event and go carts. Day two saw athletics take centre stage with a 100m & 200 sprint, Discus and Shot put followed by a mystery ball kicking challenge. Then into the pool for a 50 swim and team challenge. Monday afternoon competitors headed out to
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Down 1. Thin biscuit (5) 2. Areas (7) 3. Tall story (4) 4. Counting device (6) 5. Perform (3) 6. Duck (5) 11. Short-tailed burrowing rodent (7) the bridle track for a 3.7km cross country run 12. Aped (6) and mystery event. Day four was a very windy golf game at the 13. Earnings (5) Wentworth Golf Club followed by a mystery soccer darts game. Wednesdayâ€™s events were a own bowling challenge, orienteering and a trivia night with a mystery putting challenge and dress up dance challenge for teams. Thursday is always a fun day with croquet, ten pin bowling and a dress up Karaoke night. Friday had competitors on their bike for a 1km time trail and mystery cricket skills. Saturday was the final day of competition with clay target shooting and bow hunting, followed by presentation night. Molong did very well for our 11 competitors. In the Kings we had Johno Punch in 2nd place overall, Simon Wright, 1st Mountain bikes and Croquet and 5th place overall, Jackson Leckie, 1st in mystery ball skills, swimming, 3.7km run and orienteering and 6th place overall, Jake Evans, 1st in cycling and football darts and 9th overall, Amonn Oâ€™Riely, 1st in Go Carts and 10th overall, Steve Wright, 1st in canoeing 12th place overall, Kyle Warner 13th and Lenny Punch celebrating 30 years in the games in 18th place overall. The Queens for Molong were Belinda Mills, 1st Bowhunting, 11th place overall, Joann Warner 14th place, Renice Wright 23rd and Janet Clyde 28th. (Thanks to Belinda Mills)
BRAG WINNERS Last Friday
MOLONG BOWLS Christmas Market Night Don't forget our special Market Night on Saturday 14 December. Bring the family - kid's prizes as well as hams and lots more.
Across 1. Concern (5) 4. Maxim (5) 7. Fruit (3) 8. Responded (7) 9. Chess piece (4) 10. Writer (6) 13. Sagacity (6) 14. Leave out (4) 17. Decorate food (7) 19. Beverage (3) 20. Stitched (5) 21. Travesty (5)
Shane Brown Transport RSA / RSG Expresions of interest in a course in Molong in January. Phone the club on 6366 8241 Just a reminder to all croquet players our Christmas dinner is on this Saturday night
Lyndhurst record second win
Lyndhurst register their second victory over the hapless All Stars and wins to Country and Canowindra in OilsPlus Cricket action Lyndhurst have defeated All Stars in a close match at Hunter Caldwell. Batting First All Stars posted an excellent total of 186 despite being all out in the 37th over. Chris Beatty (29), J Simpson (55), Matt Tink (31) and Jordan Packham (23) batted when for All Stars which allowed them to post a very competitive score. K Stanbridge was the standout bowler for Lyndhurst taking 6 for 31 from 9 overs. Veteran B Mitchell was his usual consistent self taking 3 for 37 from 10 overs. In reply most of Lyndhurst's top order batsmen got away to starts, B Mitchell top scored with 55 capping a great game. P Kingham (25) and Clint Oborn (24) also batted well allowing Lyndhurst to pass the All Stars total in the 36th over. Stu Hobbs (2 for 36) and Chris Beatty (2 for 12) were the pick of the All Stars bowlers. Good confidence boosting win for Lyndhurst. All Stars missed their veterans David Hobbs and Kevin Beatty who are recovering from significant injuries to delicate areas of their bodies that require daily massaging. At the REC Cudal and Country fought out another close game with the premiers coming out victors. Batting first Openers Brett Wykes and Mark Frazer put on a good opening partnership of 65 before Wykes was dismissed for 32. Veteran Frazer went next after his pacemaker failed scoring a useful 27. Nigel Brazier went soon after for
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22 and things were looking okay at 3 for 86. However Country's middle and lower order batsmen collapsed and Country were all out in the 35th over for just 140. S Blair ( 3 for 29), M Sabotta (2 for 21) and Jock Hough (2 for 19) bowled very well for Cudal. Chasing the moderate total was made all that much harder for Cudal when they lost early wickets in the run chase. Without Lee Cornish their top order struggled and they slumped to 6 for 64 and needed a miracle. Cudal's lower order made a late dash for victory but they couldn't quite get there and Cudal were all out in the 32nd over for a disappointing 130. Only veteran Jock Gordon (34) made any real impact for Cudal. Country did well to defend the small total and bowlers Damien Hayes (3/39) Nigel Brazier (3/7) and Stu Brisbane (2/15) were the pick of a good all round team effort. After those stunning figures Nigel Brazier who by his own standards is having a lean season with the bat may well now consider becoming a full time bowler. This could be a win win situation for Country as this will allow Nigel to offload not very handy veteran Joe Clayton next season. And it's a win for Joe as it will give him time to focus on his hockey to try and work out a way for Orange Cyms to beat Molong. Another loss for Cudal. After a bright start to the season they have the wobbles and without the batting of Lee Cornish look a shambles at the moment. The competition heavyweights Milthorpe and Canowindra went head to head in the third game of
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There will be golf on Sunday morning at 9.00 for 9.30 a.m. Tee-Off. Sausage sizzle and refreshments after. See you there - Jack.
the round at Canowindra. Batting first Canowindra's top order all fired with C Carpenter (26), Nick Traves (33), B Traves (22), B Schaefer (24) and top scorer Jamie Austin (65no). However their lower order completely collapsed and Canowindra were all out in the 38th over. Despite not batting their 40 overs Canowindra still recorded an imposing total of 214. Milthorpe's bowlers struggled at times however Stu Refern (3/41) and Sam McCrae (3/49) kept them in the game with some tight bowling. Milthorpe's run chase got away to a great start with a 100 plus partnership from the consistent pair of Will Oldham and James Milner. Milthorpe seemed to be cruising to the big total when suddenly Milner was dismissed on 55. Canowindra brought their opening bowlers back into the attack and it paid dividends as wickets then began to fall. When the crucial wicket of Oldham (63) fell Milthorpe couldn't keep the momentum going and fell to be all out for 210 just 4 runs short! Nick Traves bowled 10 exceptionally good overs (3/20) . A narrow win for Canowindra who consolidate their position in the top 5. OILSPLUS TABLE Milthorpe 42, Country 41, Canowindra 37, Magpies 34, Cudal 33, Lyndhurst 29 & All Stars 25. This Saturday Magpies v Canowindra @ REC, Lyndhurst v Country @ Lydnhurst & Milthorpe v Cudal @ Cudal. All Stars bye.
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A Variety of Lifestyle & Residential Blocks • Kraywood Estate, Cudal: 8ha (20acres)* with subdivision potential • 51 Rodda Drive, Cudal: 3645sqm* • Lot 50, South Bowen Park Rd, Cargo: 4.9ha (12.2acres)* • Lots 74, 75, 76 Loftus St, Cargo: 2.49ha (6acres)*
Sale Contact Agent View By Appointment Kurt Adams 0428 747 050
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Sale $899,000 View Sat 7th December 10.30 - 11.00am Kurt Adams 0428 747 050
Brand New, Beautifully Appointed Home
“Valley View” - The Name Says It All
Orange 137 Broken Shaft Close • • • • •
Peaceful, Private & All Yours
15ha (38ac)* 3 bed, 1 bath, 2 car 17m long, fully gauzed & glazed front verandah Split system A/C + slow combustion heater Fully lockabe, concrete floored workshop 3kva solar system + garden irrigation system fed by bore water
Sale $660,000 View Sat 7th December 11.45am - 12.15pm Kurt Adams 0428 747 050
Cargo 4 Brooks Street
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1500 sqm block; 4 b/r, all with built-ins, main with ensuite Large open plan kitchen, lounge & dining area Large, undercover alfresco area Beautifully finished, quality fixtures & fittings The yard is a blank canvas, providing an opportunity to design the garden of your dreams
Sale $440,000 View Sat 7th December 1.00 - 1.30pm Kurt Adams 0428 747 050
Commercial Property for Sale - Calling All Investors!
A Thriving Business, The Heart of a Thriving Town
Molong 12 Bank Street • • •
1941 construction with art-deco façade on a 342 sqm block; Freehold commercial premises 7yr business operation with healthy turnover & net profit Tenants willing to lease Established business in a bustling town.
View By Appointment Kurt Adams 0428 747 050
Molong 25 Bank Street
Well presented, neat & tidy premises Wide range of merchandise including clothing, stationery, toys, gifts, school & art supplies Clientele includes locals & visitors alike This is an opportunity not to be missed
Ray White Emms Mooney
Sale Contact Agent View By Appointment Kurt Adams 0428 747 050
34 Bank Street Molong | 02 6366 9606 | raywhiteemc.com
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