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  • First win for Henry

    JAMES Henry broke through for his first win in Thursday evening’s Camperdown junior cycling event.James is a reasonably new rider, achieving the win in just his fifth race.He was followed in by the large second scratch bunch led by Jack Bell, who placed second.Nathan Glennen was third followed by Ashleigh Hocking, Ned Arundell and Eddy Bell.A visiting rider, […]

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  • Association champions

    CAMPERDOWN Bowling Club has two Corangamite Bowling Association “Champ­ion of Champions” for 2011.This is only the second time in the club’s history that two members have won this event in the same year.Vicki Brebner defeated Lorraine McLauchlan in the final at Camperdown on Monday January 24.Last Sunday Damien Broderick defeated Brian Neale at Birregurra 25/13 […]

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  • Hately conquers Saul’s Classic

    THE Camperdown Cycling Club’s marquee event, the Saul Pasque Memorial was held last Thursday.After being washed out earlier in the year, the rescheduled date attracted a field of 66 riders.Heavy rain fell just prior to the start and five riders withdrew, leaving 61 to face the starter in wet and windy conditions, though no further […]

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  • Golf duo win association pairs

    ILMA Daws and Steph Whiteside were winners of the Camper­down and District Ladies Bowling Assoc­ia­tion pairs event held at Cobden on Monday.Twenty two pairs from Cobden, Camperdown Golf, Derrinallum Mortlake, Simpson and Skipton competed.Ilma and Steph finished with three wins, as did Eve Sell and Lorraine McLachlan from Derri­nallum and Simpson’s Jane Van Es and […]

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  • Georgetown goes to town

    GEORGETOWN took out the $25,000 Terang and District Co-Op Pacing Cup at Dalvui Raceway on Saturday night.Trainer and driver Michael Langdon steered Georgetown to victory over Village Of Dreams and Hilton Fly High in the feature event over 2680 metres.The opening race of the night was won by Medusa Miss, driven by Daryl Douglas.Also on […]

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  • Winning combination

    IN an all Camperdown play-off Ron and Paul Cameron have come up trumps to win the Corangamite Bowls Association Pairs Championships recently.From a field of 30 entries across the association, the pair topped fellow Camperdown Golf Bowls Club members Graeme Fitzgerald and Algie White in a tight tussle to secure the win.It is the second […]

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  • District jumps event on show

    THE Caramut Riding Club hosted a show­jumping festival at Mortlake over two days last weekend.A solid field of entries competed over the eight classes on offer.Event spokesperson Binnie Barclay said the weekend was well received.“There were a good number of competitors on show and everything went very well.“It was definately a success leading into what’s […]

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  • Super Rod champ to be decided on Simpson clay

    RACING action returns to Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway this Saturday night.The 2011 Victorian Super Rod Title is the draw card event, with a field of 25 cars nominated for battle.Pursuing the number one crown are former event winners Jason Kavanagh and Darryl Nelson, while defending champion Matt Clark, who has not had a lot of track […]

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  • Tatnell secures fourth crown

    Photo courtesy Geoff Rounds.

    BROOKE Tatnell claimed his fourth Australian Sprintcar Championship in an exciting race at Warrnambool’s Premier Speedway on Saturday night.Tatnell began the main event from position six on the grid and powered to the lead ten circulations into the 40-lap journey.The question on everyone’s mind was whether Tatnell was going to be too good, too early […]

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  • Cape Danger captures cup

    NEIL Dyer celebrated Australia Day in style on Wednesday taking out his second Camperdown Cup.The day started with an Australia Day omen with Chicago Spatz (Horse 1 wearing the Australia Day silks) taking out the first race.The highlight of the day was Cape Danger’s run to outclass the rest of the field to take home […]

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