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Wayward Gidgegannup too good for Bullsbrook

DRIZZLING rain  greeted Gidgegannup and Bullsbrook for their round thirteen clash at Chidlow oval with an innaccurate Gidgegannup outfit prevailing, 12.21 (93) to 5.5 (35). With neither side being able to control the slippery ball the first quarter was a ...

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Throttle trouble puts O’Dowd off the pace

IT was an all Subaru podium on Saturday for the fourth round of the CAMS Onslow Contracting Western Australian Rally Championship (WARC) with Stephen Oxley beating out fellow Subaru drivers Kody Reynolds and John O’Dowd. The new course layout comprising ...

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Chidlow spoil Gidgegannup’s party

CHIDLOW spoiled Gidgegannup’s anniversary, with the Cougars proving too strong for the Bulldogs to run out 47 point winners, 11.15 (81) to 4.10 (34). Gidgegannup were celebrating 40 years since the clubs formation.  It wasn’t the result they were looking ...

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Thomas rides towards World Cup gold

SUZETTE Thomas’ first memory of polocrosse was watching her dad, granddad and uncles play in the back paddock of the family farm in Boddington, WA.  Horses and riding had always been a big part of life on the farm, so ...

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Chidlow students learn hockey skills

CHIDLOW Primary School students have taken part in a hockey program allowing them to develop a different range of skills than those required in sports such as football. Physical education teacher Joseph Smart said 118 students had taken part in ...

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Hockey umpire makes history

WHISTLE blower Melissa Trivic has written herself into the history books umpiring her 100th international hockey fixture. Trivic, who has been involved with hockey for more than three decades and has umpired at the Olympics, World Cup, Commonwealth Games and ...

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