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Kathy Smith resigns due to return of cancer
Council withdraws Bullion St carpark from sale
Fines issued over pelican attack
Council presses Cabinet on channel dredging
Chief magistrate presses on with court changes
Lawyer receives scathing letter from chief magistrate
Labor branch condemns rail crossing decision
Demand for new villas and large homes
Time for a new Member, says Chamber
One Nation not registered for Gosford by-election
Belinda Neal may seek election for Gosford
Labor will have strong candidate, says senator
Liberal candidate to be announced soon
Best wishes for Kathy Smith
Third MP to resign due to illness or to die in office
Roads Minister visit was 'important', says MacDonald
Seven intersections, nine roads need funds - Chamber
Chamber warns of voter backlash
Nursing student seriously assaulted
Government insists election will be held on September 9
Let administrator merge planning schemes, says Wales
Gosford audit report delayed until March
More water refill stations
Premier confirms election timing
Progress association to hold annual meeting
New member at Rotary
Rotary donates defibrillator
Community fair
Stall raises funds for guide dogs
Cafe owner leaves 20-year fast food career
Travel expo attracts 30 service providers
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No evidence new wharf is needed
Apply jetski ban to Central Coast
Disappointed to have been misquoted
Justification for underpass has been made
No wonder Trump is president
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Lifeline offers counselling in Woy Woy
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Eyeing the life of a travelling musician
Seasoned folk musicians play at Troubadour
Dancers come to Ettalong
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Maintenance backlog tops $3M, say Shadow Minister
Volunteer ethics teachers sought
Former teacher dies
Yarning circle complete
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PCYC gym club is small club of the year
Woy Woy bowler wins Hawaii trip
Women's golf club seeks playing members
Outstanding results in tough conditions
Hayden is junior lifesaver of the year
Social golf club celebrates 50 years
Annual match with blind cricket team
No victories for Peninsula teams

Annual match with blind cricket team

The fifth annual match between the Blind Cricket NSW team and Southern Spirit Cricket Club was held at Rogers Park in Woy Woy on January 9.

Batting first, Southern Spirit CC had strong performances from Col Grant and Russell Downey.

These were complemented by Mitch Wright and Lachlan McDonald, who ensured a strong total was posted.

Top bowling performances from Blind Cricket NSW players Brian Edwards, Vaughan Roles and David Saxberg with a wicket a piece, ensured the total remained in reach.

Southern Spirit CC had set Blind Cricket NSW 164 to run down and Kevin Dewar ensured this was always going to be a difficult chase with two wickets in the space of two balls.

BCNSW had a small fightback from Lindsay Heaven (Blind Cricket NSW and Australian Captain) who scored 24 and Scott Jones with 22.

Unfortunately Blind Cricket NSW closed their innings at 93 in the 25th over.

All Southern Spirit players wore vision occlusion glasses, which provided an experience of having their vision impaired.

The annual event supports the Blind Cricket NSW team by providing quality practice in the lead-up to the championships.

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