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Polocrosse at Brigadoon this weekend

The State Polocrosse Championships will be held at the State Equestrian Centre this weekend. The championships, hosted by the Perth Polocrosse Club, will attract players from as far north as Geraldton to Kojonup in the south as they attempt to take home this ...

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Cricket start a grand final replay

By Reg Cochrane THE Swan and Helena District Cricket Association’s 2015-16 starts on Saturday, October 10 after a delay due to the AFL grand final being held a week later than usual. The A grade cricket competition starts with a grand ...

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Durbridge in top 20 finish

CYCLIST Luke Durbridge of Bassendean finished 20th in the men’s time trial at the 2015 UCI Road World Championships in Richmond, USA. The Western Australian Institute of Sport athlete and former U23 time trial world champion covered the 53.5km course ...

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Kingston Town plan for Woodsville

By Anita McInnes TRAINER Jeff Noske of High Wycombe aims to start Kalgoorlie Cup winner Woodsville in the $1 million Kingston Town Classic (1800m) and the $500,000 Perth Cup (2400m). On Wednesday Noske said he had lost his voice from ...

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Black Aria keen on Northam

By Anita McInnes BULLSBROOK apprentice jockey Emma Stent has the ride on Black Aria in the $50,000 Ladies Day Cup at Northam on Sunday, October 4 – if the five-year-old mare starts. Trained by Alan Mathews of Muchea the Hard ...

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Bulldogs in big grand final win

By Brian Pallister GIDGEGANNUP had a 74-point win over Chidlow in the Hills Football Association grand final last weekend. Right from the start in their 19.11 (125) to 7.9 (51) win the Bulldogs showed they had come to play. From the ...

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KidSport lets more children play sport

THE State Government says it has supported 50,000 Western Australian children to play sport through KidSport. This week Premier Colin Barnett said 30,000 of the 50,000 children had joined a club for the first time. Mr Barnett said junior AFL ...

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Bulldogs and Cougars to do battle

By Brian Pallister GIDGEGANNUP proved far too strong for Bullsbrook in the Hills Football Association preliminary final at Mundaring Oval last Sunday. The 22.14 (145) to 9.2 (56) win means Gidgegannup will play Chidlow in the grand final this weekend. ...

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Petrol Power plans for summer

By Anita McInnes TRAINER Jim Taylor hopes to have Petrol Power fit and healthy for a shot at winning a sprint race in the summer. Taylor said Petrol Power, who has a win, a third and a second from his ...

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