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Scores from SFL Reserves first semi-final tonight

THE New Norfolk Reserves are playing Dodges Ferry in the SFL first semi-final at Anzac Park, Lindisfarne, this evening. The reserves side is the only Eagles team still in the finals. Final scores: New Norfolk 8.9 (57) d Dodges Ferry 6.11 (47)Three-quarter time: New Norfolk 6.7 (43) v Dodges Ferry

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Check-in app failing to connect at Bushy Park

THE notoriously bad mobile phone coverage at Bushy Park has come into sharp focus as people try to do the right thing by checking-in at local businesses and venues for COVID-19 tracing purposes. The town’s mobile phone reception has long been an issue, especially for those on the Telstra network.

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Reserves carrying the flag in the football finals

WITH the season now over for the New Norfolk Eagles seniors, colts and women’s teams, attention turns to the reserves side which will play Dodges Ferry at Anzac Park today (Saturday) in a must-win game to continue their finals campaign. The New Norfolk District Football Club wishes the reserves team

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Education

Magic egg was just the start of the story

THE next chapter in the story of Paint the Valley REaD has begun, following the long-awaited “hatching” of Ptunarra Child and Family Centre’s magic egg last week. From April to August, the egg grew bigger as it was read to, talked to, sung to and played with by students, teachers,

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Sport

New Norfolk golf results – August 18-28

Pictured: Sunset at the New Norfolk Golf Club Saturday 28/8/2021 Stableford – A Grade: J. Wilton 36, G. Heron 34 c/b, D. Post 34; B Grade: M. Smith 36, A. Leitch 34 c/b, M. Woodhams 34 c/b; C Grade: K. Clark 33, P. Browning 32 c/b, T. Banks 32; NTPs:

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Still not enough snow for skiing at Mt Field

THE weather gods dashed any hopes that Mt Mawson at Mt Field National Park might have been the only ski resort open in Australasia this weekend. Southern Tasmanian Ski Association president Peter Davis said plenty of Tasmanians had been doing ‘snow dances’ to get the ski season under way, and

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Rough day for the Eagles

ALL four New Norfolk football teams suffered losses in today’s first round of SFL finals played at various grounds. The senior men, women and colts were defeated in their respective elimination finals and the reserves went down in their qualifying final. SENIORS – ELMINATION FINALDodges Ferry 5.4 12.10 17.13 21.16

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News

In the News: Ready to save lives

TODAY’S 18th print edition of New Norfolk and Derwent Valley News helps to spread the word about the growing number of automatic defibrillators available in our community, charged and ready to be used to help people suffering sudden cardiac arrest. Download a copy of the paper here. Shiploads and the

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Big player milestones in final roster matches of SFL season

ALL three of the NNDFC men’s teams were at home on the big Boyer Oval last Saturday for the final time this season. We wish to thank the Derwent Valley Council ground staff for their work in ensuring the oval was in pristine condition for all training sessions and home

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Eagles playing at home today

THE New Norfolk Eagles’ men’s teams are back home today with the Colts playing the Hobart Tigers, and the Reserves and Seniors playing Cygnet in the final round of the home-and-away season. SENIORS: Cygnet 22.12 (144) v New Norfolk 9.9 (63)RESERVES: New Norfolk 6.4 (44) d Cygnet 4.11 (35)COLTS: Hobart

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Education

Something special is about to hatch at Ptunarra

THE magical red egg at the centre of the Paint the Valley REaD reading initiative has completed its circuit around Derwent Valley schools. Toward the end of its journey, the egg has travelled in style and safety, secured in a child’s seat in the back of the Ptunarra Derwent Valley

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Eagles win inaugural Browning Memorial Game

FOLLOWING a disappointing day at Boyer Oval against Dodges Ferry the week before, the New Norfolk Seniors and Reserves were on the road to Pontville Oval last Saturday. The Reserves were looking to get back on the winners list, while our injury-depleted Senior team was lining up against the improving

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