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Timbercutters enjoy that winning feeling

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May 12, 2018

Well, what a performance by our senior footballers last weekend!

The Timbercutters showed they could ‘cut the mustard’ when, despite being undermanned, they took on Jerilderie and claimed the four points, their first win of the year.

Let’s hope the game has been a turning point for the boys and there will be more wins to come.

Best players were Josh Walter, Chris Poidevin, Jack Hughes, J Lothian, Che Taranto and Harry Shirley.

The reserves were unlucky not to secure a win, going down by just seven points.

Best were Damin Cers, Paul Walker, Josh Cumberland, Jayden Vesty, Tomas Banks and Ash Cemino.

The Under 14s romped home with a 31 point win over the visitors

R Wyatt, B Lee-Madgwick and C Wilson took the awards.

Our netballers were successful in four of their six games on the day.

A Grade has continued with its winning feeling enjoying more success, while other winners were C, C Reserve and Under 13s.

Well done by all.

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Get well wishes are extended to Mathoura Public School’s popular acting principal Janice Eddy in this edition.

Janice is recovering after recently parting ways with her appendix.

I’m sure all members of the school community and her many friends will be hoping to see her back to her best and returning to school very soon.

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There is no reason why district mothers shouldn’t have a great Mother’s Day on Sunday.

There are a number of activities in town where each of them can be treated like a queen.

Mathoura Bowling Club, Tattersalls Hotel and The Timbercutter will all have special treats in store for that special person in your house.

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John Cavanaugh took the honours in the first heat of the Pastoral Hotel’s Pool Competition on Sunday.

John donated all his winnings back, with another competitor Rob also donating $40 towards the Bra Fence project which received a $105 boost from the event.

Great effort everyone!

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Are Bunnaloo’s hopes of improved mobile phone coverage finally being realised?

Telstra is again spruiking ‘bye-bye blackspot’ but how long will the Bunnaloo and district locals have to wait before their dreams are realised?

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