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THE use of the Gawler Oval
for the Gawler Show saw racing
moved to Angle Park, but that
did not deter the locals from
making their mark last Tuesday.
In the stake over 515m, Ray's Im-
pact from box one led briefly, but
Emerley Senorita (4) soon got to the
front from Kalden Kostello (6) and
Captain Clancey (3).
Through the catching pen area,
Emerley Senorita had drifted off the
rails a little, but Kalden Kostello was
unable to take advantage of the op-
This allowed Emerley Senorita
to skip away to a two-lengths break
over Kalden Kostello, a margin that
was maintained to the finish.
Emerley Senorita ran a very sound
29.89 seconds, a time not normally
attained in a day meeting at Angle
Kalden Kostello ran second for
Troy Murray, of Two Wells, while
Captain Clancey, which had run a
little wide in the race, finished third
for Kim Johnstone, of Two Wells.
Emerley Senorita is trained at Two
Wells by Peter Hurley and owned in
partnership with his wife Judi.
The Hurleys breed, rear, educate
and train all of their own stock, so
any win is a satisfying achievement
The win would have been a bit of
a fillip for Hurley, as he has been on
the sick list lately.
Emerley Senorita has now chalked
up 10 wins and six placings from 40
starts, so she has been a consistent
Ray Murray was the only trainer
to go home with a double.
Dashing Canute kicked it off by
leading all the way from box seven
to score, while Caramel Flirt was al-
ways well placed in the field, with
both greyhounds running a fast
Murray's son Jarrad added to the
family result when he achieved vic-
tory in the last race with Proven Jud-
dy, which also ran a very fast time
and led all the way.
Racing resumes at Gawler this Sun-
day with a twilight meeting, which
signals the returning to the normal
schedule of Tuesday afternoon and
Sunday twilight meetings.
mascot Tori T'Bird was at Trin-
ity College on Thursday to
help NetSetGO participants
plant the club's new 'Pink it up'
Launched in July, the 'Pink it
up' rose initiative involved the cul-
tivation of a brand-new breed of
rose, developed specifically for the
Thunderbirds, which will be sold
to raise money for the club.
Trinity was selected as the first
school to participate in the rose
initiative, due to its ongoing
support and involvement with
NetSetGO and will keep a portion
of the money raised to put towards
Trinity College NetSetGO co-
ordinator Christine Murray said
the school was very appreciative of
the Thunderbirds giving it the op-
portunity to be involved with the
"It was nice that they got in
touch with us, because we've been
doing NetSetGO for quite a few
years," she said.
"So, as a loyal supporter, they
said we would be assisting them
in doing some fundraising for
the Thunderbirds, and we get
some of the benefits from that as
NetSetGO runs for nine weeks
of each term at Trinity and is aimed
at teaching students aged five to
12 basic netball skills through
activities and games, to prepare
them for competitive netball.
Ms Murray said NetSetGO is
important in teaching students the
correct skills of the game, and it is
rewarding to see the girls further
develop as players once graduating
from the program.
"It gives a grass roots start to
learning some skills and learning
the language and learning some
of the actions that they use when
they develop and play netball,"
"Because we (teach netball at
Trinity) from reception to year
12, it's really nice that we've got a
program that can start the girls on
their netball journey."
If you would like to purchase a
rose in support of the Trinity Col-
lege NetSetGO program, and the
Adelaide Thunderbirds, contact
the college (8522 0666).
Netters go rosy for T-birds
Two Wells trifecta
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Emerley Senorita races home for a fast- nishing win at Angle Park last
Teegan Lawrence looks to pass to the waiting NetSetGO participants Sophie Holt (left), Caitlin Holt, Zarli
Knowles, Bailey Ann Schwab, Wintana Watson and Thunderbird mascot Tori T'Bird.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
St George's C Grade (from left): Back - Ti any Boyd (captain), Erin Galway, Candice Round, Laura
McDade; Front - Tahlia Canzler, Kelly Platten, Kathy Broad (coach), Chantell Platten, Kim McDade.
Xavier Saints Yellow M Grade (from left): Back - Kaitlin Lloyd-Jones, Hayley Doggen,
Amber Blair, Rebekah Harris, Daniel Roe (coach) Tiana Williams; Front - Rachel Matters,
Erynne Miller, Dominique Hall, Jessica Dunkeld, Tanae Harrow eld.
Virginia Pink K Grade (from left): Back - Grace Nicol (best on ground),
Chelsea Foubister, Michaela Segulin, Annalisa Hueppau , Tiana Jurleovic,
Laura Marando, Emmerson Couzner, Natalie Couzner (coach); Front - Melita
Grindlay, Rebecca Pannell.
Gumnuts E Grade (from left): Back - Shelly Tester (coach),
Kiralie Boyle, Ashlee Hanselman, Holly Nelson, Meri
Bartemucci; Front - Mikaylia Ladhams, Eleni Bartemucci,
Jasmyn Boyd, Brooke Hanselman.
St George's Black L Grade (from left): Back - Lisa
Cahill, Alexis Anderson, Clare Brecavic, Jade
Goggins; Front - Grace Haldane, Olivia Cahill,
Isabelle Tiddy (best on ground), Chantelle
Keating, Ravea Morley.
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