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New Norfolk golf results – October

Saturday 28/10/2023 Stableford – A Grade: R. Dureau 37 c/b, J. Rainbird 37 c/b, J. Stevenson 37 c/b; B Grade: P. Foster 46, S. Triffitt 43, S. Marriott 39; C Grade: M. Males 42, A. Broadhead 39, K. Dean 38 c/b. NTP: 3rd B. Rainbird, 6/15th R. Dureau, 8/17th D.

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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 4

FINE weather this weekend saw all the rostered Southern Cricket Association games get a start. Dew on Tynwald oval caused the Redcaps first grade game to push back to an 11.30am start which seemed to be the only blemish for the weekend. The juniors are experiencing a start/stop/start to their

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Gallery: New Norfolk Red Caps v Weily Park

THE New Norfolk Red Caps hosted the Weily Park Rockers for their First Grade encounter today, in Round 4 of the Southern Cricket Association’s 50-over competition. The result was a loss for New Norfolk with four balls to spare. Read more in Justin Benson’s column during the week. See more

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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 2

AFTER great weather to start the Southern Cricket Association rosters, the weather turned at the end of last week and made the chances of getting any cricket in a hit and miss affair with several games declared washouts in Week 2. SEE OUR ROUND 1 PHOTO GALLERY HERE. WEEK 2

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Like father like son on the racetrack

COLLINS Cap motorbike racing teenager David Coward showed his skills against adult competition earlier this month, taking out third place in the Lites Production class at the Tasmanian Road Racing Championships at Baskerville Raceway. David, 15, also secured enough points to take out first place in the 150cc junior division.

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Junior footballers’ night of nights

AFTER being held out of town for a few years, it was great to have the New Norfolk Junior Football Club awards night back in the valley utilising the facilities and catering of our local sponsors. The event was held at The Valley Sports Bar with catering by Banjo’s New

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Derwent Valley and Highlands cricket results – Week 1

SUDDENLY, it’s back to cricket season, and the start rosters again sees New Norfolk, Molesworth, Gretna and Bothwell representing the Derwent and Central Highlands in the Southern Cricket Association (SCA) competitions. During the off-season, the teams have been busy setting up their clubs to be as competitive as possible in

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Gallery: Red Caps score big win in season opener

THE New Norfolk Red Caps started the 2023-24 cricket season with a good 1st Grade win over MacKillop at Tynwald Park this afternoon (Saturday). The same venue will see the club’s 6th Grade team take on Wellington at 10.30am tomorrow (Sunday). See more Derwent Valley and Central Highlands news online and

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New Norfolk golf results – September 27-30

Saturday 30/9/2023 4BBB Stableford – F. Carmichael-S. Marriott 47, M. Ashton-G. Geard 46, T. Lowe-D. Hack 45. NTPs: 3rd P. Foster, 6/15th J. Hastie, 8/17th D. Armstrong, 11th B. Watt. Superpin: J. Hastie. Wednesday 27/9/2023 Stroke – 18 hole: David Claxton 103-36-67, Geoff Hack 78-9-69 c/b, Aaron Papera 73-4-69. Birdie

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Tribute paid to New Norfolk Golf Club pioneers

IT was a special moment in the long history of the New Norfolk Golf Club last Saturday (September 9) when former president and captain Peter Howell returned to his old stomping ground. Mr Howell has also been a key figure in business and local government, having co-founded the Derwent Gazette

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VIDEO: golf club original returns with a tribute

THE first mayor of the New Norfolk/Derwent Valley Council and past president of the New Norfolk Golf Club, Peter Howell, returned to the club to present a clock in memory of those who helped to establish the club at its present site. Read the full story in this Friday’s print

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Mascot stolen as thieves hit Tynwald Park clubrooms again

THEFT and damage amounting to thousands of dollars has occurred at the Tynwald Park sportsground for the second time in two months. The New Norfolk Junior Football Club and New Norfolk Cricket Club had barely recovered from a major burglary at their shared clubhouse in June when thieves paid a

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