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Jim Hayden (DU) and Bailey Downing (WD) in Senior ColtsPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Minka Macauley (DU) makes a clean catch watched by Jada Cobby (WD)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Willow Maunsell (WD) passes cleanly watched by Felicity Geisler (DU) in 11&UPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Mia Helyar (DU) looks down the court before passing in 13&U Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Hayley Geisler (DU) in 13&UPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Eloise Robinson (DU) intercepts a high pass to her opponent Bridget Benney WD, watched by Lauren Downing (WD) and Liberty Touhy (DU)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

Liberty Tuohy and Mia Helyar (DU) arms up to defend the pass from Lauren Downing (WD)in 15&U Photo: Maggie’s Photography

Defender Liberty Tuohy (DU) works hard in defence on Lauren Downing (WD) in 15&UPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Mia Helyar (DU) arms spread wide waiting for the pass Photo: Maggie’s Photography

Grace Sheridan (WD) works hard in defence in front of Mia Helyar, (DU) and Bridget Benney (WD) and Tayla Willson (DU) Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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15&U: Lauren Downing (WD) and Liberty Tuohy (DU)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Brodie Howard (DU) contesting the throw up with Tim Buck (WD) watched by Clayton Willson (DU)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Lawrence Larcombe. WD, Josh Graham WD, Clayton Willson DU just kicked the ball watched by Elijah Wiese DUPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Adam Buick (DU) shielded off by Andrew Fogden (WD) and Nick Tracker (DU)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Jack Halloran Lawrence Larcombe Rhys Luciani (WD), Brodie Howard (DU), Elijah Wiese, Clayton Linke (DU), Nick Tracker and Leroy Turner (DU)in A gradePhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Lawrence Larcombe WD and Elijah Wiese DU Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Tim Earl WD and Nick Tracker DUPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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A Grade Goalie Verity Carey (WD) catches cleanly in the A Grade game in front of (DU) Defence Stacey DeZen watched by Emma Boyle WD and Eloise Wheaton DU Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Charlotte Gilfillan DU uses her height to advantage in the goal circle watches by Carmen Joseph WD Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Jess Lovering (WD) leaps high attempting to incept a shot for goal by Charlotte Gilfillan (DU) in A Grade, Kelly Fogden (WD) watches the actionPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

Dylan Bunney kicking, Josh Pameter, Joseph McGeePhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Kali Furniss (W) waits for the pass from team mate Lorri Whyte in B Grade Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Nikki Jones W passes off in front of DU Tash Willson Photo: Maggie’s Photography

Bridget Benney (WD) executes a high pass in C Grade, Talisha McArdle (WD) and Tamara Markopolous (W) Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Tall WD goal shooter Sarah Were catches cleanly in front of Wisanger defences Michaela Williams and Abby Ripley-Dennis Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Patti Blucher WD attempts to intercept the pass to gaoler Skye Baker WPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Rachel Thomas (DU) and Elsa Jones (WD) fight for possession of the ball watched by Sarah Weatherspoon (WD) Kristy Pameter, and umpire, Carmen Joseph in D GradePhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Oscar Morgan goals successfully for Western Districts in Junior ColtsPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Jayden Geisler (DU) in pursuit of the ball with Tate Florance (WD) attempting to gain possessionPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

Jayden Geisler (DU) and Tate Florance (WD) in Junior ColtsPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

Jayden Geisler (DU) and Tate Florance (WD) in Junior ColtsPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Riley Boyle WD makes a well timed kick Photo: Maggie’s Photography

Toby Wheaton DU kicking,Robert Rodger Benney WD running on Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Grace Morgan Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Damian Willmott WD, Matt Kenchington DU having a small difference of opinionPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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“Where’s my free?”: Nathan Benson (DU), Ben Liddle, Donavan Whale (WD) Grant Byrne (DU) and Jared Mc Ardle (WD) in the reservesPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

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Declan Howard DU and Daniel Cane WD in a close encounter for the ballPhoto: Maggie’s Photography

Jack Gurney (DU) and Ben Liddle (WD)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

B Grade: Donavon Whale and Jack Correll (WD)Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Harley Tuohy (WD jumper) and Jake Coppins-Dankiewicz (DU), with Hassan Kinghorne (DU) watching Photo: Maggie’s Photography

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Rise and shine, RiverinaWednesday, July 23

Rise and shine, Riverina | Wednesday, July 23 TweetFacebook7.10am:Wow.
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Policehave seized 21 suspected stolen sheep from an Old Junee propertyas they expanda major livestock theft investigation sparked by the stealing of 170 lambs worth a total of $28,560.

A search warrant was executed on the property early Tuesdaymorning.Read all about it here.

7am: Good morning, Riverina. July 23 has been declared Batman Day in celebration of his 75th birthday this year. The Daily Advertiser is paying tribute to the Caped Crusader today.

Is something happening in your neck of the woods? Let us know by emailing Nicole on [email protected]南京夜网.auor tweeting @FairfaxRiverina.

The Riverinaforecast from the Bureau of Meteorology:Partly cloudy. Areas of morning frost. The chance of light rain in the north tonight. Light winds. Daytime maximum temperatures between 13 and 18.

The South West Slopesforecastfrom the Bureau of Meteorology:Partly cloudy. Patchy fog early this morning. Areas of morning frost. Light winds. Daytime maximum temperatures between 10 and 14.

Check your weather here: Wagga – Griffith – Leeton – Junee – Henty – Coleambally

Bert Newton (1938), Philip Seymour Hoffman (1967-2014), Charisma Carpenter (1970), Alison Krauss (1971), Monica Lewinsky (1973), Paul Wesley (1982) and Bec Hewitt (1983).

1903– TheFord Motor Companysells its first car.

1926–Fox Filmbuys the patents of theMovietone sound systemfor recording sound ontofilm.

1943– TheRayleigh bath chair murderoccurred inRayleigh,Essex, England.

1968 – The only successful hijacking of anEl Alaircraft takes place when aBoeing 707carrying 10 crew and 38 passengers istaken overby three members of thePopular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. The aircraft was en route fromRome, Italy, toLod, Israel.

1. What is the full name of Batman’s butler?

2. Batman first appeared in DC Comics’ Detective Comics #27 in May, 1939 as”theBat-Man”. What year did the character receive it’s own comic book title?

3. What is the name of Bruce Wayne’s parents?

4. What is Batman’s sidekick Robin’s real name?

5. What college did Bruce Wayne graduate from?

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NAIDOC celebrations kick offPhotos

NAIDOC celebrations kick off | Photos The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.
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The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

The 10th anniversary of NAIDOC week in the Shoalhaven began on Monday, July 7.

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CFMEU lawyers call for police investigation into leaks ahead of Royal Commission

Lawyers for Australia’s biggest construction union have applied for a federal police investigation into a series of leaks of damning evidence to be heard at the royal commission into union corruption.
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John Agius, SC, representing the Construction Forestry Mining and Energy Union, has told the first sitting of the commission in Melbourne on Monday that it should be a “matter of grave concern” that leaks of untested accusations to the press, including Fairfax Media, have trashed the reputation of union officials.

The CFMEU was denied the opportunity to challenge the allegations of witnesses, Mr Agius said.

Royal Commissioner Dyson Heydon refused a CFMEU request that he order a federal police investigation into allegations the inquiry into union corruption was leaking information to the media.

Mr Heydon referred to a Fairfax Media article of June 3 and said there was “no support whatsoever” to the union’s claims that royal commission officers or witnesses were the sources.

The union could refer the matter to the federal police itself, Mr Heydon said.

Mr Agius said the hearing was not adhering to the practice adopted by the Cole Royal Commission of providing parties with statements of evidence prior to witnesses taking the stand.

The Royal Commission is examining the practices of superannuation giant Cbus, after revelations the fund was involved in large-scale leaking of workers’ personal details to the CFMEU.

The media reports centred on allegations by Peter Chiavaroli, a builder and developer at the old Pentridge prison site in Coburg, about intimidation, threats and corrupt demands by senior union officials.

The Pentridge site was largely non-union until a worker was killed in October 2009. After the death, the CFMEU mounted a fierce campaign to unionise and control the worksite, claiming it had been issued a ”record” amount of safety notices by Worksafe.

Another report outlined claims that a Labor Party official demanded $50,0000 to protect the Pentridge Prison re-development from CFMEU industrial action.

“It does appear that there has been no adequate explanation as to how the press would have this information,” Mr Agius said.

“How could it be understood by the press other than if the information had come from somebody with connections to, if not somebody working in, the royal commission.

“We seek to have that matter investigated.”

Mr Agius said it was a matter of public interest for the leaks to be investigated to ensure that whistleblowers would not be detered from giving evidence.

“It’s a matter that seriously effects the commission in the long term,” Mr Agius said.

The union at the centre of the claims has condemned the Royal Commission as a political “distraction” from the Abbott government’s unpopular budget.

“I think even blind Freddy knows this is all about politics,” said Dave Noonan, secretary of the CFMEU’s construction division.

“The Abbott government set this up in order to deflect attention from their budget. They knew they were going to have a horror budget, they knew they would need a distraction.

Mr Noonan said the CFMEU was proud of its role in recouping millions of dollars of superannuation entitlements a year.

“Tens of millions of dollars are ripped off from workers every year by employers who don’t pay or underpay superannuation entitlements in the construction industry.

“Our union takes this very seriously … we don’t make an apology for it; in fact, we are very proud of it.”

Mr Noonan said Cbus had a “very clear” policy around the provision of limited information for unions seeking to recover money owed to workers.

“The fact is that the regulators in this space – the Australian Tax Office and Fair Work Building and Construction – are asleep at the wheel. If they were doing their job there would be a lot less money for the union to go around and recover.”

Office of the Royal Commission chief executive Jane Fitzgerald strongly rejected the suggestion that anyone at the commission had briefed journalists on operational matters.

“Any suggestion to the contrary is false,” she said.

“The Office of the Royal Commission does not provide commentary or opinion in response to media enquiries. It provides factual information about hearings, procedure, evidence and witnesses before the commission.”

Counsel assisting the commission, Jeremy Stoljar, said the CFMEU’s submission for a police probe was an attempt to derail Monday’s hearings.

The commissioner said he would look at the issue in due course.

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Man stabbed outside Myer cosmetics department in Westfield Parramatta

Parts of Westfield shopping centre closed after a fatal stabbing at Myer. Photo: Emma Partridge Parts of Westfield shopping centre were closed after a fatal stabbing outside Myer. Photo: Emma Partridge
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Myer at Westfield Parramatta is closed after a man was stabbed to death nearby. Photo: Emma Partridge

Police at the crime scene at Parramatta Westfield. Photo: Brendan Esposito

Police at the crime scene in Westfield Parramatta. Photo: Brendan Esposito

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A man has been stabbed to death in a frenzied attack in front of shoppers at the Westfield shopping centre at Parramatta in Sydney’s west.

Emergency crews were called to the cosmetics section in the Myer store at 10.30am on Monday following reports of an attack.

Police said a 33-year-old man was stabbed multiple times by a man he knew just outside the department store in front of workers and children on school holidays in what they police may have been a “domestic related” dispute between the pair.

Parramatta police’s acting Superintendent Jenny Scholz said the stabbing was not gang related and that it was an isolated incident between the two men.

“This was a targeted attack and Westfield’s security and police responded immediately,” she told media at a press conference on Monday afternoon.

“I understand here was a connection between the gentleman. We are trying to establish whether it was domestic related.”

Police arrested a 33-year-old outside the Aquila Shoes store shortly after the stabbing.

It is understood the man, who has yet to be charged, ripped off his shirt and lit a cigarette before officers turned up to take him into custody.

Shopping centre employees said they heard two women screaming: “He’s killing him! He’s killing him!”

Myer employee Bianca Zoratto-Ivanov said a friend of hers saw the stabbing close to the cosmetics section at the entrance of the store.

“He heard a scream, like a man yell,” she said. “He heard it again and then he heard two young women scream: ‘He’s killing him! He’s killing him!’

“That’s when he turned around and saw the incident was taking place. He saw the man facing the store and doing the stabbing motions.”

Ms Zoratto-Ivanov said she knew the employee at Aquila Shoes who had seen the offender drive a machete into the victim.

“The man had a big machete,” she said.

“He saw glimpses of it, but turned around as soon as he saw.

“It wasn’t in Myer, it was outside of Myer.”

She said a number of women from the cosmetics section of Myer also saw the bloody stabbing and they were heard screaming.

Police have established a crime scene and investigations into the circumstances of the man’s death are in the early stages.

Witnesses say there is a large police presence, with parts of the centre closed.

A witness told Macquarie Radio that a man started stabbing another man. He then lit a cigarette, took his shirt off and waited for police to arrive.

The man, who had a large tattoo across his back, was arrested a short time later, the witness said.

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Fairfax Regional websites hit audience record

Bendigo Advertiser’s coverage of The Junction Hotel fire at Ravenswood drew a huge audience in June. Photo: Peter Weaving. Fairfax Regional Mediahas set another record with more than 48 million page views ​in Juneacross its network of websites, up from 20 million per month a year ago.
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​Editorial director Stuart Howie said the network was on the precipice of hitting 50 million​ page views and he was targeting 100 million under the regional division’s signature editorial project “NewsNow”.

“This represents one of the best growth stories in media in this country,”​Howiesaid.

“Our editorial staff across Australia are committed to driving content across platform​s. And our communities are loving it -they have an insatiable appetite for local news and information from our trusted brands.

​”Our audiences have never been bigger or stronger.”

​Fairfax Regional comprises 15 daily newspapers and more than 150 non-daily titles. Most of these have associated website​s​, mobile sites, Facebook pages and a presence across other social media platforms.

​Mobile and social media represent the biggest​growthin the way readers are accessing information.

The number of visits to the regional network from mobile Facebook has tripled over the past 12 months to almost 20 per cent of its audience.

​The network recorded 4.6 million unique browsers for the month.​

​The standout success has been the Bendigo Advertiser, the inaugural NewsNow site, which recordeda massive 4.5 million page views for the month and is the network’s second most popular site behind the Newcastle Herald.

NewsNow ​amounts to a total newsroom makeover, putting traditionally run print operations on a digital​-first, seven-day-a-week footing.

​”Reverse publishing” technology allows reporters to simultaneously publish to the web and to templated print pages. The Advertiser newspaper was relaunched to much acclaim and page views to the website have increased from 1.2 million per month before the NewsNow launch in September 2013 to 4.5 million page views — a 275 per cent increase.

A core objective of NewsNow is to focus as much resource in a newsroom on news gathering and disseminating content across every channel possible.

The project will now roll out across Australia, delivering a huge amount of extra content to Fairfax Regional’s digital audiences.

“No other media organisation has such a commitment to Australian communities, large and small,” Howie said.

“We have more than 700 journalists based in 100 newsrooms around Australia. That reach is important to public life and a wonderful opportunity for advertisers.”

Newsrooms include those in Mandurah, Bunbury and Busselton in Western Australian, Burnie and Launceston in Tasmania, Port Lincoln, Whyalla and Kangaroo Island in South Australia, Ballarat, Warrnambool and Horsham in Victoria, and Dubbo, Cowra, Wagga Wagga and Port Macquarie in NSW.​

​One of the other great success stories in the latest results was TheCentral Western Daily in Orange, NSW,​ whichhas shot up in popularity​​ to becomethe network’s fifth most popular website, with 2.6 million page views in June.

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When we ruled this city, July, 1993 – Part IPhotos

When we ruled this city, July, 1993 – Part I | Photos THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.
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THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

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THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

THE WAY WE WERE: A selection of photos from the pages of the Central Western Daily from July, 1993.

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TweetFacebookCentral Western Dailyhas scoured it’s archived editions to present to you this look back in time.

Way back in time.

‘When we ruled this city’ galleries have become a staple ofthecentralwesterndaily南京夜网.audiet, with a new one published each Tuesday.

We continue with a look at July, 1993.

Weddings, anniversaries, engagements, 21sts, 18ths and any other event that caught our eye has been included.

This is the first of four chapters which will explore the social goings on in July, 1993.

So sit back and take a walk down memory lane … and try not to choke on your cuppa as you take in the fashions and hairstyles!

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Old Bar Pirates demolish Port City Breakers

FIVE-eighth Kurt Lewis continued on his try scoring way when running in four touchdowns for Old Bar in the 44-28 Group Three Rugby League win over Port City at Port Macquarie.
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This is the second successive game Lewis has scored four tries following on from his effort the previous match against Forster-Tuncurry.

It was a good day for the five-eighth as he also kicked six goals.

It was also Old Bar’s third consecutive win.

The Pirates are now outright third and Wauchope’s defeat of Port Macquarie gives Old Bar a bit of a buffer over the Sharks.

The Pirates were simply too fast for the opposition.

Whenever they spread the ball wide, particularly in the first half, they stretched the Port City defence.

Centre Daniel Morris ran in three tries in the first half, showing speed on each occasion.

But the Old Bar forwards did everything asked of them, with second rower Jai Simon in particular playing strongly.

The Breakers had two players sent off by referee Warren Holstein just before fulltime.

Captain-coach Josh Hyde and winger Brad Winzar were both punted by Holstein following a heated moment.

Earlier Old Bar had players in the sin bin for separate incidents.

Winger Brandon Ridgeway was given 10 on halftime, while utility player Corey Wheeler was also given a 10 minute break midway through the second half.

Hyde later admitted his side cannot afford to drop one more game if they are going to play finals football this season.

Old Bar had the match as good as won by midway through the second half when they led 44-10.

Port saved some face in the last 15 minutes when they scored three consolation tries, but they never looked like bridging the gap.

The majority of Old Bar’s first half tries were long distance efforts starting in the opening five minutes when Morris was given space and sprinted clear in a 70 metre effort.

The Breakers replied with a try to winger Winzar and they hit the lead when second rower Adrian Daley crossed and Luke Ackroyd kicked the goal.

But the rest of the half belonged to the Pirates.

Lewis showed strength to post his first try when he pushed through tackles close to the line.

He put in a neat chip kick that was re-gathered by Tom Dooker for Old Bar’s next try.

Morris scored the best individual effort of the match when he again raced clear on the right hand side, kicked and then showed some soccer skills before diving over.

He made it a hat-trick soon after, then just before halftime Lewis danced through tackles to post his second.

The contest was virtually over at halftime with the score at 34-10.

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Borg steps up from go-karts to V8 utes

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pics of aaron borg during his V8 ute series debut in darwin recently

MINCHINBURY driver Aaron Borg is in the fast lane.

The former go-kart champion has made an impressive transition to V8 utes while testing for the Jesus Racing Team.

The team gave Borg his big break to make his V8 Ute series debut in Darwin a week ago.

Borg didn’t disappoint and steered his way to top 10 finishes in two of the three races after finishing 14th in the qualifying sessions.

He was recognised at the podium presentation for one of the best debuts ever seen in the V8 Ute Series.

“It was my first race in a car so it was a great start,” Borg, 22, said.

“It was a great feeling as I wasn’t sure I’d get the chance in the middle of the season.

“I’m hoping to get another chance to drive later this year at Bathurst or Homebush.

“The aim is to become a driver for the full season next year.”

Borg has been testing for the Jesus Racing Team for 18 months, where driver Andrew Fisher has become his mentor to help with the transition from go-karts.

He has completed UWS business and sports management studies.

“I still drive karts but not as much as I used to because testing V8 utes is hard work,” he said.

“I’ve been helping out at the different meets.

“I’m learning how things operate being at the track. Utes involve a different style of driving but the guys at Jesus Racing Team have been a great help.

“I can’t thank them enough for the opportunity they have given me.

“Not only helping me get on the grid but the support and help in getting me up to speed in the cars has been fantastic “

Borg seeks sponsors so he can compete in the series full-time next year.

“I’m in talks with another team linked to the V8 utes, so we’ll see what happens,” he said.

Borg also has his eyes on the V8 Supercar development series.

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Sports briefs

Take on ace keeper
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Get down to Blacktown Village Oval on Saturday and have a shot against Sydney FC goalkeeper Vedran Janjetovic as the maker of Pringles launches new app.

Pringles has teamed up with Sydney FC to create a football-inspired app.

On July 11 and12, footballers and novices can line up in Blacktown to compete against Pringles Facebook fans from 9.30-4.30.

During a Power Hour on July 12, fans can take on Janjetovic, who will be in goal from 9:30-10:30am.

City win Waratah Cup

Blacktown City blitzed Manly United in the second half to win its third Waratah Cup title at Lambert Park at the weekend.

Blacktown fired in four second-half goals after a tough opening 45 minutes as Japanese player Ryuji Miyazawa starred for the Blacktown side.

Blacktown won 6-2, much to the surprise of club director Ken Schembri.

“We’re a pretty attacking side but you don’t expect to score six goals in a final,” he said.

“It’s pleasing to win because it’s a prestigious and tough tournament.

“Now we’ve got six weeks left to concentrate on the title race.”

Blacktown won the Waratah Cup in 2007 and 1993.

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