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October, 2018

Room for more spectators at the Old Bar Roadside Circuit

TAREE Motor Cycle Club president Craig Nelson predicts up to 1500 more spectators should be able to watch next month’s Troy Bayliss Classic at the Old Bar Roadside Circuit once work on the construction of a new hill area is complete.
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Work continues on the construction of a new hill area at the Old Bar Roadside Circuit.

This is being built between turn one and turn two.

“It was the area where we used to have semi-trailers parked for spectators, so it wasn’t a very good use of space,’’ Mr Nelson said.

Mr Nelson said the work was only able to be carried out because of an agreement with Roy and Anne Cross, who live next to the track.

“It’s half on our land and half on their’s,’’ he explained.

“So we needed their permission.’’

Mr Nelson explained the club was utilising dirt from a mount in the centre of the track to construct the spectator facility.

This would have the added advantage of making it easier for the crowd to get a better look at the action on track once the mound is gone.

“It’s a win-win for us,’’ he said.

“This is something we’ve been looking at for a couple of months but it’s has taken time because we’ve had to get soil testing and a few other things done.’’

A crowd of around 6500 crammed into the track last January for the Bayliss Classic. Mr Nelson said the work should be completed before January 17, the date for the next classic. Tickets are already on sale.

Meanwhile it has been confirmed thatProAMA flat-track expert grand national champion Brad Baker and fellow Pro AMA flat-track racer Sammy Halbert are both confirmed to contest the Motul Pirelli Troy Bayliss Classic

Baker, who is the third youngest grand national champion in the history of the sport is also an AMA pro flat track expert singles grand national champio

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The player development pathways are igniting for the Grenfell Goannas l photos

Daniel Harveyson in action during the 2014 Youth League Grand Final held at Lawson Oval. Off the back of a successful 2014 season for the Grenfell Goannas Youth League team the development pathways for players are beginning the brighten. Daniel Harveyson, the captain of the Youth League Grand Finalists is in Sydney this week after being invited to train and trial with the South Sydney Rabbitohs. Daniel will participate in a number of challenging training sessions and gain the experience of working within a professional National Rugby League Club. He will then pull on the foundation clubs famous strip to represent their S.G. Ball (u18’s) team in a trial against the Cronulla Sharks at Erskineville Oval on Friday night.
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Adding to the Goannas development success, both Alec Abbott and Daniel Harveyson have been named in Western Rams Development Academy squad alongside a number of players from across the region. They will have the opportunity to play against the Newcastle Knights S.G. Ball squad on the 31st of January 2015 in Mudgee. Alec was awarded the Best and Fairest player of the Youth League team this year.

During the 2014 season the Grenfell Goannas Youth League side had 8 players represented in the Woodbridge Cup under 18’s team against Group 6 in Camden. These players were; Daniel Harveyson, Alec Abbott, Ben Abbott, Michael Millar, Joshua Edwards, Sean King, Ty Ashe and Nicholas Collett. The Woodbridge Cup team captained by Michael Millar put on a dominate performance, winning 44-6. First Graders Steven Dinham, Steve Ingram and Mana Aditagane along with Taya Frost, Holly Bowerman, and Prue Hancock also represented the Woodbridge Cup in First Grade and League Tag respectively.

With the 2015 season around the corner the Grenfell Goannas Senior Rugby League Club are excited to announce the appointment of the following coaches:

Phil Ingram – First Grade

Dan Barclay – Youth League

Kelly Frost – League Tag

Prue Hancock, Taya Frost and Holly Bowerman represented the Woodbridge Cup in League tag during the 2014 season.

The club would like to welcome all players, supports and sponsors to the following events:

18th December 2014: Mega Draw, Grenfell Bowling Club

7th March 2015: Goannas Poker Run, Grenfell Bowling Club

21st March 2015: Expats/Invitational Game, Lawson Oval

Follow the Grenfell Goannas Senior Rugby League Club on facebook: www.facebook南京夜网/ggsrlfc

Ty Ashe, Joshua Edwards, Michael Millar, Daniel Harveyson, Sean King, Nicholas Collett, Ben Abbott and Alec Abbott from the Grenfell Goanna’s all participated in the Woodbridge Cup Side in the U18’s team against Group 6 in Camden.

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Music video award for Sol and Shanti

MUSIC AWARD: Sol and Shanti Ramana at the Australian Independent Music Association awards ceremony where they won the best regional music video award.
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SOL and Shanti Ramana recently won the “Best Regional Music Video of the Year” from the Australian Independent Music Association with their video titled: “Kata Tjuta Dreaming”.

The Central Tilba couple were thrilled with the recognition of their first music video shot in the Uluru Kata Tjuta National park in Central Australia, and now on YouTube.

At the awards ceremony at the National Library in Canberra last weekend, filmmaker Sol expressed gratitude to the Anangu people – traditional owners of the land and his appreciation for this awe inspiring location for a filmmaker.

In just four days of shooting, he shot many hours of stunningly beautiful time lapse photography including full moon and sun rises over the majestic Kata Tjuta rocks and direct lightning strikes on Uluru.

The video is the perfect complement to Shanti’s song inspired by Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas.

The song, from Shanti’s first CD “Open to the Light” was recorded and produced by Pol O’Shea, of Turingal Studios in Tathra, who was also at the awards ceremony.

Sol’s second music video, set to Shanti’s song “Like Prayer Flags we Fly” from her second CD “Live from your Heart” was also included in the 75 finalists of the event that received over 1000 entries.

Check out and get a copy of “Live from your Heart” at the Gulaga Gallery in Central Tilba.

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People support Classic Club’s joyful toy run

THE Natureland Classic Motorcycle Club Toy Run rolled through the Macleay on Saturday, spreading Christmas cheer along the way.
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Starting at South West Rocks, a total of 63 bikes made their way through Gladstone, Smithtown, Frederickton and West Kempsey before finishing up at Riverside Park, where the Salvation Army was waiting to collect the toys that had been picked up throughout the journey.

Natureland Classic Motorcycle Club vice president Yvonne Avery said the run was always a special event on their calendar.

“We want everybody to be involved and we want to show we are doing something for the community,” she said.

“There was really good support this year which was shown by the amount of toys we managed to collect.”

Two trailer loads full of toys were handed over to the Salvation Army, which also received $1000 donation from the club.

The Kempsey Scouts were given a $1000 cheque as a thank you for their help during the club’s November rally.

Mrs Avery said the event was no longer just for club members.

“We accept non classic bikes so more people can get involved,” she said.

“There was a good mix of club and community members on the weekend which was great.”

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