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Weekend in Sport March 21-22photos

Weekend in Sport March 21-22 | photos BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Jacob Eyers (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.
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BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Jacob Eyers (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Liam Rigby (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Carmen Mapatuna (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Liam Rigby (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Liam Rigby (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Liam Rigby (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Carmen Mapatuna (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill.Jacob Eyers (Napoleons-Sebastopol)Picture Lachlan Bence.

BCA club firsts grand final.Napoleons-Sebastopol v Brown Hill. Shane Harwood (Brown Hill)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Michael Henry (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Scoot Bery (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Ryan Rykers (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Kyran Taylor (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Franck Labakohler (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Kyran Taylor (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Sebastopol Vikings v Melbourne City.Scott Bery (Sebastopol Vikings)Picture Lachlan Bence.

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas. Mick Nolan (Ballan), Jake Pring (Lucas) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas. Mick Nolan (Ballan), Jake Pring (Lucas) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas. Mick Nolan (Ballan), Jake Pring (Lucas) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas. Jake Pring (Lucas), Zac Graham (Ballan) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas.Mark Gittins (Lucas), Zac Graham (Ballan) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas.Mick Nolan (Ballan), Mark Gittins (Lucas) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas.Mick Nolan (Ballan), Paul Jones (Lucas) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Cricket district division one grand final between Ballan and Lucas. Ryan Aquilina (Ballan), Paul Jones (Lucas) Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Peter Kane (BH), Jake Eyers (NS)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Peter Kane (BH), Jake Eyers (NS)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Justin Ringin (NS)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Peter Kane and Alex Coad (BH)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Alex Coad (BH), Justin Ringin (NS)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Tyler Dittloff and Carmen Mapatuna (NS) appeal against Peter Kane (BH)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Justin Ringin (NS)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

BCA club firsts grand final between Brown Hill and Naps-Sebas at Eastern Oval. Alex Coad lets (BH) a ball go through to the keeper Jake Eyers (NS)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Sovereigns v Geelong Cougars Victorian Netball League championship match at Wendouree Sports and Events. Kelly Conroy (Sov), Melissa Bragg (GC)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Sovereigns v Geelong Cougars Victorian Netball League championship match at Wendouree Sports and Events. Cynna Kydd (Sov), Maddison Smedts (GC)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Sovereigns v Geelong Cougars Victorian Netball League championship match at Wendouree Sports and Events. Kelly Conroy (Sov), Melissa Bragg (GC)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Sovereigns v Geelong Cougars Victorian Netball League championship match at Wendouree Sports and Events. Lauren Atkinson (Sov)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

Sovereigns v Geelong Cougars Victorian Netball League championship match at Wendouree Sports and Events. Kelly Conroy (Sov)Pic: JEREMY BANNISTER

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Far South Coast lifesavers tackle branch championships: photos

Far South Coast lifesavers tackle branch championships: photos Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.
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Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

Seniors’ Far South Coast branch championships were held at Broulee on March 21.

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Constance agrees South Durras junction ‘unsafe’

BEGA MP Andrew Constance says Roads and Maritime Services is investigating an upgrade of the Durras Road/Princes Highway intersection at the South Durras turnoff.
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It comes after the Durras Community Association this week called on the NSW government to upgrade the junction and build a left-turn slip lane.

The association argued the intersection was “an accident waiting to happen” and said it had campaigned for the “dangerous junction” to be upgraded for many years, but no solid commitments have been made by government.

Mr Constance said the intersection was one of many on the Princes Highway south of Nowra built in previous decades below desirable modern standards.

He said that according to Ministerial advice, there had been no reported crashes at the intersection in the most recent five years of crash data.

Data is sourced from NSW Police and relates to crashes where people are injured or one or more vehicles requires towing.

“Whilst RMS may argue that the accident rate may be low, it doesn’t mean that the intersection is necessarily safe,” Mr Constance said.

“I agree with residents about their concerns that it is an unsafe intersection.

“In response to community representations Roads and Maritime Services is currently investigating the cost of upgrading this intersection to provide a southbound left turn lane as suggested.”

Bega MP Andrew Constance.

Mr Constance said the likely cost, still under investigation, was expected to be up to $2 million.

“RMS have indicated that there are intersections where crashes are more prevalent and they too are currently being addressed,” he said.

Mr Constance said he would again approach the Minister about the concerns of the Association to see what can be done more quickly.

“In recent years I have secured the Long Beach intersection and Jigamy Farm intersection where there were similar problems,” Mr Constance said.

“I was hoping to meet with Association representatives at the end of last year, but due to surgery I had at the time I was unable to do so.

“I am happy to meet with them to give them the latest information I have on the matter.”

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Jason Rowan sweats on knee scans

Jason Rowan suffered a knee injury in a practice match on Saturday.
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WARRNAMBOOL captain Jason Rowan will know the full extent of his knee injury on Monday but he is optimistic he won’t need major surgery.

Rowan, second on the all-time list of Hampden football league goalkickers, suffered the injury during his club’s firstpractice match of the pre-season against Geelong league club Lara at Warrnambool’s Walter Oval on Saturday.

Rowan, who had looked sharp at full-forward, made a strong lead into the forward pocket midway through the first quarterand went to change direction after the oncoming kick eluded him when he slipped to the ground and instantly clutchedhis left-knee.

Clearly in pain, Rowan attempted to put weight on his leg but he could not walk from the field, eventually being chaired from the ground by two club personnel.

Rowan said scans on Monday would reveal the nature of the injury but preliminary X-rays from Warrnambool chiropractor Tim Freehad cleared him of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) damage.

“We have ruled out a few things,” Rowan said.

“The ACL and PCL are no worries, it’s no major knee injury.

“It’s a bit of piece of mind.”

Rowan said the injury might relate to a lateral ligament or themeniscus.

“We have come out of it well, a reco is definitely ruled out.”

The 28-year-old said he had enjoyed a big pre-season he was excited about the season ahead.

“It’s probably one of the best pre-seasons I’ve had, this year and last year,everything was going so well.”

He said he won’t know until after the scans on Monday how long he will be out of action.

Rowan’s injury overshadowed an impressive hit out by the Blues, which are looking to bounce back from last season’s Hampden league grand final loss.

The Blues dominated play against Lara with new recruit, assistant coach Tim McIntyre racking up possessions in the midfield, across half-forward and deep in attack.

The former Adelaide Crows-listed player was superb, with pinpoint delivery to leading forwards.

Former Merrivale forwardJames Fary played as a key defender in his first outing with the club and looks a certain starter for the Blues’ opening round match against reigning premier Koroit on April 18.

The Blues thumped an undermanned Lara, which rarely took the ball into their forward 50-metre area in the first half.

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Melbourne City win puts destiny in its own hands – almost

Their destiny is not quite back in their own control – Brisbane still has three games in hand – but Melbourne City’s 1-0 away win against championship-chasing Sydney FC gives John Van’t Schip’s side a much bigger say in how their A-League season will end.
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On Friday night the Melbourne version of the Sky Blues pulled off an audacious smash-and-grab raid against the Sydney version of the Sky Blues, courtesy of unheralded front man James Brown’s calm finish in the final 10 minutes of a game in which the stakes were huge for both sides.

Had Sydney won they could have leapfrogged Wellington, even if only temporarily, and gone top of the table, setting themselves up for a grandstand finish to the season and holding out the prospect of a grand final in the Harbour City.

That’s still not impossible, of course, but as the games run down and other teams get better results it becomes more difficult.

For City, a defeat on Friday night would have been a body blow to finals ambitions that have been hanging by a thread for weeks as the Melbourne club spurned glorious opportunities to cement their spot in the top six.

They are now five points clear of Brisbane, who have three games in hand, including Sunday afternoon’s contest against Wellington. In theory, Brisbane could win all three and scoot four points clear of City, a gap which might prove insurmountable.

But that’s a big if, especially as next Saturday night at AAMI Park City host Brisbane. It’s a game that almost deserves the title of nine-pointer, rather than the traditional six-pointer, so important for both clubs are its ramifications.

A City win would not only stretch their advantage over the Queenslanders but deprive the Roar of one of those crucial games in hand.

Most coaches will tell you that it’s good to have matches up your sleeve, but it’s a double-edged sword: you have to win them to derive any benefit, and at this stage of the campaign, with their Asian Champions League campaign adding to their fixture pile-up, fatigue and world weariness could start to become an issue for the Roar.

After entertaining Wellington, the Queenslanders are due to face Western Sydney Wanderers at Suncorp on Wednesday before they travel to Melbourne for Saturday night’s special.  Five days later they are set to host Central Coast on April 2 before travelling to Seoul for a Champions League match against Suwon Bluewings on April 8. After that they are scheduled to return home via Adelaide, whom they face at Coopers Stadium on April 11.

So in an 18-day period Brisbane has to front up six times, including a lengthy return trip to South Korea.

It’s a big ask and it should stack the balls in City’s court – unless, of course, Van’t Schip’s side plays up to its reputation as a team that makes things much harder for itself than it needs to by drawing games it should win and losing matches it should get something out of.

City itself has to go on the road three times in its last five games – to Western Sydney, Adelaide and Perth – but they are over a five-week period. Aside from the home match against Brisbane which will do so much to determine their fate, City also host Wellington.

The fact that they were able to take the heat out of Sydney for 90 minutes and shut down the league’s second-highest scoring team (Sydney had notched 40 goals in 21 games before Friday night’s goalless effort) should give City plenty of confidence ahead of their travels.

Van’t Schip set up his side to be difficult to break down, with Erik Paartalu and Jonatan Germano forming a shield in front of a back four marshalled with courage and conviction by skipper Patrick Kisnorbo.

Kisnorbo doesn’t always get a lot of love from football purists, but he is always brave, tough and committed to the cause, and in City’s situation that is what is needed. If the rest of the side had played with his sort of fight for the rest of the season, Van’t Schip’s team might not be in its current situation. He had a terrific game on Friday night and will need to be in similar form for the rest of the campaign if the Manchester City owned club is to make the play-offs.

City have had a terrible run with injuries – Friday night’s goalscoring hero Brown is a case in point, having missed much of the season.

But the upside is that Van’t Schip has been able to take a long hard look at all of his squad and on Friday night gave two youngsters who had not been seen before, Stefan Zinni and Nicholas Symoey, a taste of first-team experience. Who knows if they yet might have a role to play in the final days of the season.

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