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16 Mar 2020
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Call for lifeguards at Pearl Beach
Wrong picture
Church sells for $1.43 million
$12 million aged care upgrade planned
Wellington pays second visit
Open forum with local councillors
Tesch asks RMS for more time for resident engagement
Flooding and capacity limits highlighted in plan feedback
Environmental projects receive almost $175,000
Volunteers sought to restore park into nature reserve
Plans for six three-storey townhouses
Council seeks insights about leisure centre and theatre
Upgrades for Woy Woy Rd
Council gives 20 per cent weighting for local business
Council financial statements show breach of Act
Association plans hall upgrade
Volunteer sought to co-ordinate Anzac service
Buddies Club forms in Pearl Beach
CWA flag stolen again
Save Our Coast holds celebratory gathering
Events for residents over long weekend
Association has several things on agenda
CWA seeks bedding donations for bushfire relief
Bridge club hosts teacher training program
Next president named
Recycled products at children's market
Film screening by Eco Network
Happy without the noisy intrusion
Fire actions needed immediately
Everyone is entitled to solar access
Ocean Beach Rd intersection already too busy
Return machine needed next door to Liesl Tesch's home
Looked after while I was ill
Many causes for potholes
Times have changed
All council toilets should have hand cleaners
Suitable trees under powerlines are a good idea
Comfort cushions made for cancer care unit
Computer games and puzzles for the elderly
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Italian festival in Ettalong in April
Concert to raise money for ballerina's schooling
Concert for bushfire and flood victims
Two acts for folk club concert
Tesch launches petition to save Gosford TAFE
Precautions in preparation for maintenance work
Aboriginal Welcome Barbecue at Umina
Books donated to children overseas
Southern Spirit women win place in grand final
Ducks softball players win their way to finals
Umina comes 10th in surf life saving championships
Golfers win their way to national finals
Life savers chosen as leading women
Goodman retains unbeaten fight record
Surf clubs win medals in age championships
Umina wins medals in Masters championships
Annabelle wins medals in athletics championships
Open Fours finals played
Margaret crowned district singles champion
Boxers defeated in Olympic qualifier

Southern Spirit women win place in grand final

Southern Spirit Cricket Club will meet Northern Power Orange in the grand final of Central Coast Cricket Association's Women's T20 Competition.

In the first semi-final, Northern Power Orange were the first team to qualify for the grand final with a 21-run victory over Southern Spirit at Lisarow Sporting Field.

"Winning the toss and batting first, the Power went about their business and got a fantastic start from Karan Mander, 17 off 10 balls and Rebecca Callan, 46 off 30 balls," said Cricket NSW manager Mr David Winiata.

"Kylie Clarke came out and continued on with momentum making 24 before retiring.

"The Spirit fought back from there with some tight bowling and restricted the Power to 4-125 from their 20 overs.

"Beth Leggett was the most economical bowler finishing with 1-11 from three overs," Mr Winiata said.

"The Spirit themselves got off to a good start with Nicole Cattley, 34, and Jessica Moody, 23, setting a fantastic platform.

"The Power though kept their composure, bowling tight lines and got the game into their hand and the Spirit finished 6-104 from 20 overs," he said.

The Power then advanced to the grand final with the Spirit having to play Warnervale Blue in the preliminary final for a chance of Premiership glory.

"Southern Spirit won the toss and decided to chase again putting Warnervale Blue into bat and the Spirit would've been much happier with their start claiming three early wickets, including the key wicket of Hooke," Mr Winiata said.

"Jessica Holmes kept the innings together with a very good 39 not out and took the innings to a close at 5-100 from 20 overs.

"Opening bowler Sally Oman was the best of the bowlers with 2-14 from four overs.

"In reply, it was a batting clinic from Southern Spirit passing the total one down in the 11th over.

"Nicole Cattley finished a fine weekend with 53 not out and Chelsea Campbell 37 not out doing the damage," Mr Winiata said.

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