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20/12/2018
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Interstate police find stolen boat

SOUTH Australian police have now recovered a boat stolen in the Portland district earlier this week.
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AHaines Hunter six-metrefiberglassvessel worth $15,000was stolen from Maretimo.

Portland police Sergeant Leo Finnegan said South Australian police officersfound the vessel on Thursday afternoon at a Robe address.

A boat stolen from Maretimo has been located at Robe.

“The boat is now in the possession of police. Suspects have been identified, but police officers are yet to speak to them,” he said.

“Investigations are continuing and it is likely that charges could be laid in both South Australia and Victoria.”

Sergeant Finnegan thanked members of the public for their assistance in recovering the vessel.

“It’s been an outstanding result,” he said.

A second boat was also reported stolen from a Browning Street address in Portland this week.

The 3.5-metrealuminiumQuintrex Explorer witha 15-horsepower motor was taken between Friday and Sunday last week.

The vessel has the registration KV967 and the Dunbiertrailer T36520. The combination is worth $5600.

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20/12/2018
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Vipers strike gold at 2015 Oztag national titles

NATIONAL CHAMPS: Illawarra Coastal Vipers U/14 Oztag team excelled to win the 2015 National Oztag Championships. Picture: Supplied.
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Representing Australia is the next thing to tick off the to do list for theOztag championship winning U/14 Illawarra Coastal Vipers’ players.

The side made up of Shellharbour and Wollongong players defied the odds to win the 2015 Oztag National Championships held in Coffs Harbour last weekend.

The Vipers were trailing 3-1 at half-time in the October 18 grand final to championshipfavourites Wests Tigers and looked to have run their race.

But a motivational talk from coaches Luke Raduva and Jason Reid at the break did the trick and the boys rallied to prevail 4-3 and be crowned U/14 National Oztag Champions.

Jackson Haynes scored the winning try in the dying stages. Jayden Sullivan, Noah Jones and Liam Vane-Tempest also scored tries for the Vipers.

Proud parent Tracy Devlin said the team played remarkably well throughout the three-day carnival.

It was a great championship for Illawarra, with four Vipers’ teamsmaking it through to the grand-final.

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20/12/2018
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Shoalhaven rep players in action

Just two weeks into the Shoalhaven District Cricket Associationcompetition, the representative season is upon us and this weekend will see rep players young and old representing their association in the Southern Zone competitions. Burns Cup, the open men’s competition, is being played in Goulburn across the whole weekend and the Under 12’s, 14’s and 16’s also kick off this Sunday around the zone. I wish the very best of luck to all our representative players.
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Last Monday’s school game between Bomaderry High and Nowra High did not disappoint with Nowra High prevailing on the day after a close contest. A maiden century by Year 10 student Cameron Fernie was the absolute highlight of the day. Congratulations to Nowra High who have now moved into the semi-final of the Davidson Shield and look to be a very strong contender this year.

In Country Cricket NSW’s Country Cup, Kieran Gray from Berry Shoalhaven Heads has taken up where he left off last year, scoring 219 last Sunday. Kieran will lead the Burns Cup side this weekend.

There has recently been a story about a high profile cricketer leaving the sport and one of the indications is burnout. The factors that lead to burnout in any occupation include being exposed to excessive and prolonged stress and the effects are real and debilitating. Volunteering and playing should be enjoyable so make sure that it is for you and others around you.

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20/12/2018
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Woman in hospital after head-on crash at Rockdale

A woman, 54, has been taken to St George Hospital after a head-on crash at Rockdale today.
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At 10.15am St George police saw a white Holden Commodore travelling at a high speed on Railway Parade.

They lost sight of the car before after it turned into Arlington Street.

A short time later police found the Holden had crashed head-on with a Mazda sedan on Arlington Street near the intersection of Woodford Street.

The driver of the Mazda was treated at the scene by paramedics before being taken to St George Hospital.

Her injuries are not considered life-threatening.

The driver of the Holden, a 16-year-old boy, was arrested. He will undergo mandatory blood and urine tests.

St George police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.

Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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20/12/2018
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Woman on wine had bub in back

Kylie Flower had a bellyful of wine when she put her baby grandson in her car to pick up her son in Albury.
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The Lavington woman had been at a house in Jindera unable to settle the nine-month-old and so rang her son in Albury.

But Flower’s son could not get a taxi, so she decided to collect him.

Magistrate Tony Murray said Flower’s actions represented“a really bad example” of drink-driving with“a number of aggravating factors”.

Defence solicitor Mark Cronin told Albury Local Court that Flower, 44, was not trying to shy away from what she had done, though noted the offence was not towards the higher end of the scale.

Mr Murray disagreed, asking how this was possible with“a nine-month-old child in the car”.

He also pointed out that Flower’s breath test reading of 0.142 fell just short of the charge of having a high-range prescribed concentration of alcohol.

Flower pleaded guilty to driving with a middle-range PCA.

Mr Cronin said Flower had been attending her son’s 21stbirthday in Albury on the night of the offence, which was detected by police on September 20just before 3.30am.

Flower had left the party about midnight.

Mr Cronin said Flower was shocked to have provided the breath test reading she did.

“It’s far higher than she would have expected in the circumstances,” he said.

Mr Cronin said Flower’s grandson had woken up in the Jindera house she was staying that night in a“state of high distress”.

He said Flower, who had held a driver’s licence for 27 years, accepted she had a high reading.

The court was told Flower was driving east in Dean Street when she stopped at traffic lights at the David Street intersection.

Police saw her take off quickly, causing“excessive noise”.

Flower quickly accelerated to 40km/h before being stopped by police.

Asked if she had been drinking, Flower replied:“I’ve had lots tonight.”

Police then saw the child in the back as well as an intoxicated man.

Flower told the police she probably had six to seven glasses of wine between 6.30pm and 11.30pm, with just a few “nibblies” to eat.

MrMurray said he had no choice but to disqualify Flower from driving for six months, while also fining her $800.

“In my view the matter is just too serious,” he said.

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