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Sarah’s Shenanigans: Getting up close with Aussie Stars during The Dressmaker filming

The sexiest man alive (or his brother, anyway), Liam Hemsworth. Picture: GETTY IMAGESYOU know how it goes.
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You’ve had a bad day. You feel guilty about skipping the gym. And let’s face it, you’ve looked better.

All you want to do is whip into the supermarket and grab something for tea – okay, and maybe some chocolate and-or wine – without running into anyone you know.

This was me on Tuesday night, so naturally I ran into People’s Sexiest Man Alive.

Okay, technically it was his (possibly even better looking) brother.

But it was definitely a Hemsworth. In my local Coles.

I was perusing the poultry section when I caught a glimpse of someone familiar out of the corner of my eye.

On closer, yet subtle inspection, I realised it was Liam Hemsworth – clearly not someone I’d met through work or at the bar at the Bull.

Liam and his mate were in the same boat I was – trying to decide what to have for dinner.

It wasn’t until I left the supermarket – without approaching them, because who wants to be hassled while buying groceries? – that it dawned on me I probably should have invited them over for tea.

My former housemate Katelyn had a few choice words to say about my lack of hospitality.

Mail-Times journalist Sarah Scully and Horsham’s Katelyn Keller ran into Gyton Grantley outside The Exchange on Wednesday night.

She first heard about The Dressmaker filming in the Wimmera while she was overseas and was thrilled to discover she’d be back in time to stalk – I mean welcome – the cast.

After hearing of my almost-brush with Liam on Tuesday night, she set about star-spotting with the fervour of a 17-year-old One Direction fan who just discovered Harry Styles was in town.

And judging by my social media feeds during the past few days, she’s not the only one.

Wimmera residents have been quick to share selfies with the likes of Liam, Hugo Weaving, Gyton Grantley, Shane Jacobson and Rebecca Gibney.

But while most people are thrilled our Aussie celebs are so down to earth and friendly, there are still those hanging out to meet an Oscar winner.

That’s right, people want to know: Where is Kate Winslet?

According to Instagram, she is definitely in the Wimmera.

But apparently Oscar winners don’t hang out at Coles, or Kmart or with the cast and crew at the Exchange.

My fellow Mail-Times staff and myself were quick to grill our colleague Cass Dalgleish when she returned from the set on Wednesday.

She mentioned a run-in with Rebecca and eye contact with several others, but no Kate.

Meeting Kate would be great, but I think I’d rather have a wine with Bec.

Journalists Erin McFadden and Sarah Scully take a break at the 2013 Mail-Times Christmas party.

Apparently Bec – I’m pretty sure I’ve seen everything she’s ever been in, so I feel like we’re already friends – dropped by Moe’s Mexican Bar and Grill on Tuesday night.

Great choice, Bec.

In fact, we’re having our Christmas party upstairs at Moe’s on Saturday night.

So Bec, if you’re not busy – or Liam, if you’d allow me to make up for my lack of hospitality earlier in the week – feel free to drop by for a drink.

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Bendigo Chinese precinct archway ‘unsafe’

Bendigo Chinese precinct archway ‘unsafe’ TweetFacebookBendigo Advertiserthe council was not assisting with the upkeep of the precinct.
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“It’s not really until the tiles start falling off that (council) will actually fix (the property),” she said.

“Things tend to get fixed once they become a danger to human life, which isn’t great when you have a tourist attraction.”

Cr Cox told theBendigo Advertiserat the time that Ms Jack hadn’t previously communicated her concerns to the council.

He said the council had since met with Ms Jack to learn of her maintenance concerns and agreed to undertake an audit of the property.

He said the council would continue to inspect the rest of the precinct over the coming week and determine what work needed to be done to it.

He said the council considered the museum an important touristattraction for Bendigo andtook responsibility for its maintenance.

Planing and development director Prue Mansfield said the council spent about $60,000 per year on the property formaintenance services.

She said some works were “reactive”, while others were programmed maintenance.

Cr James Williams said the council thought highly of the museum and continue to support it, but it had to be “self-sustaining”.

Cr Cox said the precinct would remain open and the museum was safe to visit.

He stressed that residents could enter the precinct safely through other means and encouraged people to visit it as planned.

Anita Jack was unavailable for comment.

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Mum calls for speed reduction

NOT AGAIN: Zoe Hall, with 11 year-old daughter Alika Hall, said the speed zone on Beach Road across from Casey’s beach should be reduced to 50 kilometers per hour. A BATEHAVEN mum whose car was struck twice inthree monthssays it is lucky it was her car and not her children.
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Mother of two Zoe Hall has had her car written off while it was parked out the front of her Beach Road property, across from Caseys Beach, twice in three months.

On Thursday afternoon, Ms Hall was at home with her children, 11 and three, when she heard a bang at 7pm.

“I came out the front and saw that my car had been hit,” she said.

“I was in shock and thought ‘not again’.”

A black BMW is believed to have lost control in the wet weather, causing it to crash into two stationary cars.

Ms Hall said there were four people in the BMW but three “fled the scene”.

“It was heading down the hill towards Sunshine Bay,” she said.

Ms Hallhad only purchased the the a matter of daysbefore it was hit.

She said in thefirst accidentthree months ago acar come over the gutter and onto her lawn where her car was parked.

“I have two children who play out the front,” Ms Hall said.

“If they had of been on the lawn playing or if someone had have been walking along the path it would have been terrible.”

Ms Hall said it was because people drove along the stretch of road too quickly inwet weather.

“It was wet both times it happened,” she said.

“The corner is definitely dangerous in the wet and people drive around it too fast.”

On Friday, Ms Hall was still in shock over the accident but said she thought the current 60-kilometre speed zone at the front of her house should be put down to 50km/h.

“In the wet 60 kilometres is too fast,” she said.

Ms Hall said there was a “slippery when wet” sign at the bottom of the hill heading from Caseys Beach to Batehaven but there was not one at the top, heading down the hill.

“There really needs to be one at the top,” she said.

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Paul’s having a blast in our city’s rich past

HISTORIAN: Local author Paul Stafford is driving the Bathurst 200 writing project and has 10 schools signed up to produce two pieces based around a single character or identity from the region’s history. 121114zhistory4WHEN you talk to Paul Stafford about local history, you can tell he is genuinely excited by what the Bathurst region has to offer.
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The local author, who hails from Kurrajong in the Blue Mountains, is a driving force behind the Bathurst 200writing project and can’t wait for the bicentenary year to get underway in 2015.

Married to Catarina and proud dad of three youngchildren (Matilda, 7, Lola, 5, and Archie, 3), Paul is living the country lifestyle at Billywillinga.

While he’s not chasing kids, Paul, 48, is focusing on the big celebrations that are just around the corner, and has spend productive days this week at St Philomena’s, Perthville Public and The Assumption schools mentoring children for the writing project which is being funded by the Heritage Council of NSW and Arts NSW.

All Bathurst schools were invited by mail and emailearlier in the year and the first 10 responders are nowcommencing the program.

“The project will bedelivered to a maximum of 10 schools from both the public and non-public sector, and I am pleased to say we’ve now got the numbers we need,” Mr Stafford said.

“The plan is to visit the schools and get the children up and running, and from there the project will involve video conference follow-ups.

“I’m fascinated by Bathurst history and will be falling back on my experience of writing non-fiction (You’re History, Mate! published by Random House Australia), and historical fiction (Ned Kelly’s Helmet, published by Crawford Publishing) to guide thestudents through the research and writing process.

“Each school will produce two pieces of publishablequality writing (onenon-fiction, one historicalfiction) based around a single character or identity from Bathurst’s history.

“I will personally proofread and edit these pieces and the Western Advocate will bepublishing these 10 schools’ completed works, with one school being showcased per week in the 10 weeks prior to May 7, 2015.”

Paul said he came to Bathurst many years ago as student at the former Mitchell College of Advanced Education (now CSU) studyingcommunications, majoring in print journalism.

He graduated in 1989 and caught the travel bug, heading overseas for three years before returning to Sydney.

“I worked in the events industry for a while, but when I was 30 I came back to Bathurst with a view to writing which had been a dream of mine. I really wanted to get out of Sydney and do this,” Paul said.

“I had loved my time in Bathurst so much and with so much history behind it, it was the logical place for me to go.

“I knew Jim Rutherford and luckily for me I managed to rent the 1830s shepherd’scottage at the historic Blayney Road mansion known as Bathampton. It was amagnificent place to be able to stay and I lived therefor 13 years, writing 12 books along the way and loving every minute of it.

“Then I broke into working with the schools as a literacy consultant, and in collaboration with Penny Packham from the Fossil and Mineral Museum, started the Dead Bones Society, which aims to improve boys’ literacy skills.

“There was unprecedented demand from schools from far and wide, so we adapted it to a video conferencing platform and went onto win several awards.

“Based on this, I was then able to bring in a lot morepersonal interest which is now history and especially a love of Bathurst’s history.

“Even though I am appalled at some of the beautiful old local buildings that have been knocked down, we still have very historical streetscapes that have a special place in Australian history with the gold rushes, bushrangers andhappenings from a bygone era.”

Paul said he is also currently writing a sequel to his Ned Kelly book about Matthew Flinders, as well as running a special writing program for Year 7 and 8 reluctant anddisengaged boys.

“There a lot of kids who fit into this category,” he said. “I have a network of high schools involved in a multimodalprogram that’s a combination of on-site workshops and video conference follow-ups.”

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Lyon’s share of success due to the Cherry Flicker

Australia’s Nathan Lyon, left, appeals for a LBW decision to umpire Ian Gould, right, during the third day of their cricket test match against India in Adelaide, Australia, Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014. Australia declared their fist innings at 517 for 7. Photo: James Elsby.It started as a throwaway line by Quentin Hull, and is now taking the town of Young NSW by storm. Or should that be, like a Cherry Bomb?
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On Day 4 of the First Test against India at the Adelaide Oval, all eyes were onNathan Lyon as he was smack bang in the middle of a purple patch with first innings figures of five for 134.

Online comments havedescribedit as Lyon’s best form, and by lunch time,his name was the third highest trending term on Twitter in Australia.

A key ingredient of Lyon’s success has been a new delivery he has been working on with Muralitharan,where he flicks the ballwith his finger.

And so the ABC’s Quentin Hull began to muse…

… since Nathan Lyon is fromYoung

…and since Young is known for it’s Cherry Festival

… and since the local league team is called the Cherrypickers

… then surely Lyons signature delivery should be called the CHERRY FLICKER.

The logic is undeniable, and the termis as catchy as a poorly timed snick to second slip.

Shane Warne hadthe slider and the zooter. And now Nathan Lyon has the Cherry Flicker. And with that thetown of Young (not to mention much of the Indian batting lineup) was bowled over.

Former Young and District Cricket Association president Scott Druett and one of Lyon’s good mates was thrilled at the idea of the Aussie spinner’s new delivery being named the Cherry Flicker.

“I think it’s awesome,” he said.

“I haven’t heard that one before!

“It’s great to see a local make it and it will give the town a bit of recognition, and highlight where Nath’s from.”

Nathan Lyon with five of the best! #ohwhatafeeling https://t.co/BRFdfQGIJW

— cricket南京夜网.au (@CricketAus) December 12, 2014He was just as happy to hear Lyon had just taken five wickets.

It’s been a tremendous performance by the unassuming country born player and has gone some way towards shifting cricketing minds from the inevitable sadness and sense of loss from the passing of that other country cricketer, Phillip Hughes.

There remains a day and two sessions in the test, but it’s a pretty good chance we’ll see the Cherry Flicker again.

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Dear Santa…PHOTOS

Dear Santa… | PHOTOS Dear Santa…My name is Bianca and I am five years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are being nice to my friends and being nice to my sister every single day. For Christmas this year I would please like a puppy that could sleep with me that I could call sequin.
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Dear Santa…My name is Rachel I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are put my toys away and pack everything up in class. For Christmas this year I would please like a rainbow crystal Furby.

Dear Santa…My name is Jackson and I am five years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are go to school and give my mum hugs. For Christmas this year I would please like a horse set and a boy Furby.

Dear Santa…My name is Tayla and I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are being nice to everyone at school.For Christmas this year I would please like a pink bike and a talking bird toy.

Dear Santa…My name is Isabella and this year I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are playing with my brother and always listening.For Christmas this year I would please like a My Little Pony Set and a toy penguin.

Dear Santa…My name is Jetta-Lee and I am five years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are playing games with my cousin and packing up when the first bell goes.For Christmas this year I would please like a toy pic and a pet bed, so when I get older and get a pet it can sleep in my room with me.

Dear Santa…My name is Jayden and I am five years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are being nice to my cat and being good at school.For Christmas I would please like Spiderman and bad guy toys and a big humongous pass reg.

Dear Santa…My name is Bailey and I am five years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my mum clean up at home and being good at school.For Christmas this year I would please like a teddy.

Dear Santa…My name is Bella and I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are playing with people and cleaning my bedroom when I am asked too.For Christmas I would please like a toy boat and a toy truck.

Dear Santa…My name is Lachlan and I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are playing outside with my friends, playing my game and pack up my toys at home.For Christmas I would please like a motorbike and new toy cars.

Dear Santa…My name is Savannah and I am five years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are writing for my teacher and giving my Mum and Dad cuddles and kisses.For Christmas I would please like an iPad and an iPod.

Dear Santa…My name is Imogen and I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are listening to miss Peters, giving mum and dad hugs and playing with my dog Sheila.For Christmas this year I would please like a new barbie house, some barbies and a robot dog friend for Sheila.

Dear Santa…My name is Keira and I am six years old.Some of the nice things I have done this year are giving my mum and dad presents and packed up my desk.For Christmas this year I would please like a rudolph teddy and a diary that locks.

Dear Santa…My name is Jacob Thackray and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my class and teacher. For Christmas this year I would like Lego batman, Lego Ben 10 and an Xbox 360.

Dear Santa…My namie is Halle Roos and I am seven years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping other people to get up and taken people to the office when they get hurt. For Christmas this year I would like a Barbie house and a pack of Barbies.

Dear Santa…My name is Brianka Robinson and I am six years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my favourite friends and telling the teacher when people get hurt. For Christmas this year I would like Else and Anna dolls.

Dear Santa…My name is Jayden Chaney and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my mum with the clothes. For Christmas this year I would like: I really need underwear.

Dear Santa…My name is JJ Scott and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are: I am in SRC because I am good. For Christmas this year I would like a motorbike, quad bike, new scooter and a PS4.

Dear Santa…My name is Deveh Suarez and I am seven years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my dad and sharing with my sister. For Christmas this year I would like a car that I can play with and a motorbike that I can ride on.

Dear Santa…My name is Terri Stephens and I am seven years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are listening to the teacher’s instructions. For Christmas this year I would like a desktop computer and a phone.

Dear Santa…My name is Calib Werth-McGowan and I ameight years of age. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping people and checking if people are okay. For Christmas this year I would like a dirt bike.

Dear Santa…My name is Wayne Maher and I am seven years of age. Some of the nice things I have done this year are listening and helping people. For Christmas this year I would like a mountain bike and a PS4.

Dear Santa…My name is Leitaan Davey and I am seven years of age. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping people and teaching them new habits. For Christmas this year I would like a bike and make up.

Dear Santa…My name is Dakota Knowles and I am nine years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my teacher and I have achieved my goal at school four times. For Christmas this year I would like an iPod dock and an iPad.

My name is Brody Broekx and I am nine years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are achieving my goals. For Christmas this year I would like a water gun and a Nerf gun.

Dear Santa…My name is Georgie Williams and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are cheering people on Sport’s Day. For Christmas this year I would like: The Sims 4, Comics of The Flash and a Clawdeen wolf costume.

Dear Santa…My name is Oscar Pyman and I am seven years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are getting three awards. For Christmas this year I would like: Everything!!

Dear Santa…My name is Jessica Milnanese and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are playing with my best friends at school. For Christmas this year I would like a Barbie doll, toy puppy and toy horse.

Dear Santa…My name is Jake Reyes-Smith and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are playing with my sister and playing some games on the smart board. For Christmas this year I would like Donkey Kong Plush and a toy Pikachu.

Dear Santa…My name is Seth O’Callaghan and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are doing all my jobs and helping my sister. For Christmas this year I would like a Pokemon Diamond game, pogo stick and a sign that says ‘Keep out’.

Dear Santa…My name is Lexi Humphries and I am nine years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are doing lots of work every day. For Christmas this year I would like a Pikachu teddy, Santa teddy, Lego city boat and a Lego city Police station.

Dear Santa…My name is Mitchell Morris and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are going to my friend’s house. For Christmas this year I would like a Nerf mega thunder bow.

Dear Santa…My name is Brooklyn Taura and I am nine years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping people make friends, making people happy at school and getting awesome at math. For Christmas this year I would like a water Nerf gun and food.

Dear Santa…My name is Shah Collins and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping make Christmas cards. All I want for Christmas is a robot dragon.

Dear Santa…My name is Sharni Atkinson and I am eight years old. Some of the nice things I have done this year are helping my brothers do their homework. For Christmas this year I would like a Nerf Rebelle and a doll home.

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Glory v Jets: Everything you need to know

David Carney for the Jets. Picture: Ryan OslandGLORY v JETS
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nib Stadium, Friday 9.45pm

PAST THREE STARTS

Glory: Won Sydney 2-1 (A), Drew Roar 1-1 (A), Won Phoenix 2-1 (H)

Jets: Lost Phoenix 3-1 (H), Drew Mariners 1-1 (H), Drew Wanderers 1-1 (A)

Referee: Kris Griffiths-Jones TV: Fox Sports 4

TAB: Championship – Glory $6, Jets $51

Wooden spoon – Glory $81, Jets $2.75

This game – Glory $1.40, Draw $4.50, Jets $7

What awaits the Jets in WA? Picture: Jonathan Carroll

JETS20 Ben Kennedy, 2 Scott Neville, 4 Kew Jaliens (c), 6 Adrian Masaschi, 21 Sam Gallaway, 5 Ben Kantarovski, 18 Allan Welsh, 8 Zenon Caravella, 23 David Carney, 7 Jeronimo, 9 Joel Griffiths, 11 Andrew Hoole, 13 Edson Montaño, 12 Sam Gallagher, 16 Jacob Pepper, 19 Mitch Cooper, Mark Birighitti (gk) (two to be omitted). IN: 21 Sam Gallaway (promoted). OUT: 14 Billy Celeski (groin, three to four weeks). UNAVAILABLE: 3 Taylor Regan (ankle, one to two weeks), 10 Marcos Flores (hamstring, one to two weeks), 15 Josh Barresi (knee, season), 22 Jonny Steele (leave of absence).

Glory will be fighting hard to keep games lost at one. Picture: Getty Images

GLORY 1 Danny Vukovic (gk), 2 Jack Clisby, 3 Brandon O’Neill, 5 Rostyn Griffiths, 6 Dino Djulbic, 8 Ruben Zadkovich, 9 Andy Keogh, 10 Nebosja Marinkovic, 11 Richard Garcia, 15 Jamie Maclaren, 13 Diogo Alves Ferreira, 14 Chris Harold, 17 Mitch Nichols, 18 Jack Duncan, 19 Joshua Risdon, 20 Daniel De Silva, 21 Scott Jamieson, 23 Michael Thwaite (c) (two to be omitted). IN: 2 Jack Clisby (promoted), 3 Brandon O’Neil (promoted). OUT: None. UNAVAILABLE: 7 Youssouf Hersi (hamstring, season).

BOTTOM LINE

The odds are stacked against the Jets.

Not only are the Novocastrians yet to win a game this season, their only win in the west was a 1-0 triumph in the inaugural season and they have lost the last eight straight.

Protecting a lead has been the main issue this campaign.

The Jets have gone ahead in five games, including a 1-0 advantage over the Glory in Perth in round four, but are yet to claim maximum points.

Please enable Javascript to watch this videoThat has not been a problem for the Glory.

They have lost just one game, 2-0 to Adelaide away in round four.

All their seven wins have been by a solitary goal.

TO WIN: GLORY

CSIRO research vessel welcomed to Hobart

Former CSIRO chief executive Megan Clark and Future Research Vessel Project executive director Toni Moate christen the RV Investigator with a bottle of Jansz Magnum. Picture: Georgie Burgess. Hundreds have gathered in Hobart this morning to officially welcome the CSIRO research vessel RV Investigator.
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Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane commissioned the vessel into service in a special welcome to port ceremony.

The 10 story ship, to be based in Hobart, is filled with world-leading scientific equipment that can cater for up to 40 scientists at a time, from five different marine science disciplines.

Mr Macfarlane said the vessel heralds a new era for Australian marine science and celebrates the industry, science and research collaboration that is essential to growing the Australian economy.

”The vessel’s marine geoscience capability will dramatically improve our search for new oil and gas reserves and other resources, to help secure Australia’s future energy and resource needs,” Mr Macfarlane said.

”Fisheries researchers will now be able to study what lives between 1500m and 3000m below the surface, to improve the sustainable management of our marine resources,” he said.

Investigator is open for public tours this afternoon.

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On the set of The Dressmaker: Full coverage

It’s not everyday one gets invited behind the scenes of a film starring Hollywood actors such as Kate Winslet, Liam Hemsworth and Hugo Weaving – so when it happens, you jump at the opportunity.
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On Wednesday, Wimmera Mail-Times journalist Cassandra Dalgleish and photographer Kelly McRae went to Jung Recreation Reserve, where Wimmera extras mingled with stars to film The Dressmaker this week.

RELATED COVERAGEThe brothersThe extrasThe authorThe footy teamThe film adaption of Rosalie Ham’s fictional novel tells the story of Tilly Dunnage (Winslet), a dressmaker who returns to her rural home-town of Dungatar.

She reconciles with her eccentric mother Molly (Judy Davis) and sets about transforming the town’s women with her haute couture style – while taking revenge on those who wronged her.

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Premier league leaders primed for battle

FIERECE COMPETITOR: Spring Gully Butterflies captain Matt Hartland plays a forehand drive. THE clash of premier league leaders Spring Gully Brougham Arms and Spring Gully Butterflies will be the highlight of Saturday’s 10th round in the Bendigo Tennis Association’s season.
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The all-Spring Gully match will be on courts one, five and six at the Bendigo Bank tennis complex in Nolan Street.

Brougham Arms is 13 points clear on top, but the Butterflies are worthy challengers.

Former team-mates and now opposing captains Jamie Brown and Matt Hartland go head to head, with great match ups all the way down the score card.

Brougham Arms to win by 7-5.

BLTC Metro facesBLTC Rising Sun on courts 9-11.

The fourth-placedMetro is five points clear of Rising Sun.

A Metro win would guarantee fourth spot for at least the Christmas break, and make it difficult for Rising Sun going forward.

A win for the Riser would ensure a great race in the second half of the season for the last spot in the finals.

Rising Sun to spring an upset on games in this high stakes match up.

BLTC Quest will play Spring Gully Eppalock Fencing on courts two, seven and eight.

Despite a record of just one win and one draw, BLTCQuest is still only eightpoints behind fifth placed Rising Sun.

The third-placed Eppalock Fencing to be too strong in a 9-3 victory.

Section 1 at Bendigo Bank TC:BLTC Blues V BLTC Stingers 14, 15.Spring Gully Panthers V BLTC Sensation 15, 17.BLTC Balls V Spring Gully Phoenix 18, 19.BLTC Racqueteers bye.

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