Eastern Goldfields facing relegation to B-section after lowering their colours to Esperance.
Passionate Albany bowler TIM SCOTT is writing a fortnightly column for The Extra, keeping our readers up to date with the local bowls scene.
The Flying Fifteens opted not to sail and two division-three yachts were out before their start and one skipper thought it unwise to go on and returned to the club.
Some of the State’s top clay target shooters will be at the event, which is set to be held in ideal conditions.
Former WA champion Aydan Trewern will head the local hopes along with Jason Batchelor while Laurie Dowsett is also expected to be at the pointy end of the field.
Albany and Districts second XI topped the pool B standings and will play the second ranked team in pool A, Upper Great Southern 2, in Thursday’s semifinal at Charles Veryard.
The Whalers were unbeaten after two days of the annual tournament in Perth but were thumped by Upper Great Southern on Wednesday, slipping to second spot as a result.
After 11 initial nominations were received for the feature race, a final field of 10 will face the starter.
Wolfe and Shaun McGruddy will look to team up to win the same race for a second time after winning in 2018 with Red Ora.
Former Goldfields cyclist Brady Gilmore continues to make giant strides at national level
The GSFLW, run by the Great Southern Football League, has grown rapidly since its inception in 2018 and continues to attract new players to the game.
Sam Whiteman has made a shock return to the Sydney Thunder squad on the eve of the Big Bash League finals, despite the highly anticipated return of one of Australia’s Ashes heroes.
The young gun made it through to the final after winning her two heats.
The two major events cap a busy nine-day golf carnival at the Albany course, with more than 630 players from around WA making the trip to play 1870 rounds of golf.
More than 85 competitors turned out for the 32nd Albany Open, with the two-day event featuring players from Albany, Denmark, Lake Grace, Merredin, Perth, Katanning, Tenterden and Kendenup.
A wrap of Upper Great Southern Cricket Association’s B-section side on the opening two days of country week.
Taking one side to the week-long competition, Green Range-Ongerup were successful on the opening day but then lost on day two.
There is no grand final in E-section with the team finishing on top after the week-long tournament declared the winner.
In their crossover final on Thursday at Rosalie Park, Uppers ripped through Busselton-Margaret River line-up to dismiss them for 102.
The Uppers first XI recorded two wins in the opening three days and finished with three wins from their five qualifying games to finish third in their pool before winning their third and fourth playoff.
The Upper Great Southern under-14s lost all five of their matches throughout the week to finish at the bottom of the table in their pool.
A wrap of Great Southern Cricket Association B-section side after the opening two days at senior country week.
After winning their opening game, Great Southern were unable to register another victory for the rest of the week.
EGCA stalwart David Natt has passed away, aged 70
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