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In loving memory of Poss Sellars
Who passed away 21.01.16
“God has him in his care, we have him in our hearts”
Remembered always by wife Gloria,
Cheryl & Mark, Craig & Larrissa,
& Grandchildren Chelsea, Rhianna & Riley.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend
the Funeral for the late John Francis COMAN,
of ”Akuna’ Delegate, which will be held on
Monday 27 February 2017, with a service
commencing at 2pm by the Graveside,
at the Delegate Lawn Cemetery.
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Larry, Sue, Glenda and David would like to thank
everyone who helped and supported the family in
our time of grief after the loss of
We would also like to thank Father Mick for his exceptional
support and pay special thanks to Jill Murdoch, Cooma
Hospital staff and Doctors for their care of Joan.
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SMITH, Jayne ( Merrilyn)
Passed away peacefully on Friday, February 16th 2017 at
Port Macquarie Hospital, formerly of Orana Ave, Cooma.
Aged 57 years.
Dearly loved partner to Stephen, loving daughter of Aileen
and Laurie. Sister of Laureleen, John, Michael, Sue and
Andrew. Aunty to Natalie, Nathan, Lauren, Joshua,
Shannon and Sally.
The relatives and friends of the late Jayne Smith are
invited to attend her funeral service to be held in the
St Patrick's Catholic Church, Cooma, on Thursday February
23rd 2017 commencing at 12:00 pm.
After which a private cremation will follow.
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Busy athletics competition day after a week off
Seventy six Athletes enjoyed
nearly perfect weather for our
week three of competition last
We commenced the program
with a pack start of all of the
800m runners, 33 athletes lined
up for the starter’s gun to fire.
U/15 Girls Brenna Clayton
blew away her own centre 800m
record in 2:49.06 sec, Brenna
managed to lower her old time by
Other strong runs recorded
Burnum Brademann (U/16) in the
fastest time of the day at 2:31.32
sec and Ruby Mould (U/14) in
New hurdles and heights have
been introduced for the U/6s
and U/7, with it comes new
record holders. In the U/6’s girls
Chantelle Douglass clocked the
fastest time over 60m Hhurdles in
14.57 sec and the boys went to
Ethan George in 15.06 sec.
U/7 girls saw Ella Hamilton
posting impressive time of 13.03
sec, while in the boys Eli Riley
scooted over the new height in
Mary Kimber (U/8) outlasted
Hannah Dawson on the line in
their 60m hurdles with Mary
gaining the fraction in time over
the final hurdles to stop the clock
at 13.53 sec and Hannah’s time
was 13.75 sec.
performance over the 60m
hurdles was by Louie Mould in
the U/12 boys lowering his PB by
nearly one second in 11.18 sec.
creamed the 80m higher hurdles
in 15.59sec. Jordan Davis and
Jack Johnson displayed some
impressive hurdling in their 90m
running 18.12 sec and
Jack 18.44 sec.
While the U/15 girls
90m hurdles saw a titanic
struggle between the
three girls with Emma
Watkins forging a head
over the three or four
flights to meet the judges
in 21.34 sec, Maria
Tarasyuk next with 22.22
sec and Brenna Clayton
not far behind Maria with
lowered his 100m hurdle
time by half a second to
Reuben Hooper is
within 5 cms of breaking
a 25-year-old record.
Reuben came up just
short of the U/13 triple
jump record on the
weekend when he pushed his
PB out to 9.81m, just shy of the
record of 9.85m set by Steven
Cook in 1992.
the hammer out to 28.55m
(surpassing Australian Youth
Qualifying distance) throw. Taylah
also shot the shot put out to
Jordan Davis let fly with
massive heave in the shot put
clearing 11m for the first time with
Eli Riley (U/7) posted his second
best throw in the discus with
14.41m and a 23.45m toss at the
Piper Fellin and Grace Dawson
both excelled with the sling ball.
Piper added 50cms to her PB
producing a throw just short of
20m with a heave of 19.89m.
Grace is getting the hang of
throwing the sling ball by adding
12m to her PB which now stands
Ethan Adams produced the
ninth best field result on the day
with 23.10m in the U/7 sling ball.
Rounding off the best field
events this week was Louie Mould
3.90m long jump.
With Taylah Maurier and Jordan
Davis both having their14th
birthday this year, they have to
compete in the U/16 age group.
Taylah ran in the 100m heats
and was run out with a time of
14.59 sec and came 12 overall.
In the shot put Taylah finished
fifth on a count back with 8.99m.
She gained a fourth placing in
the discus with 26.40m.
Taylah has just started in the
hammer throwing this year and
picked up Silver with 26.36m.
This was Taylah’s first Hammer
competition outside of Cooma.
Jordan finished third in shot put
with 9.28m, fifth in the discus with
31.16m and first in the hammer
throwing with 27.57m.
Now it’s up to the Athletics ACT
selectors if our two athletes have
performed well enough to be
selected in the ACT Team for the
National Titles at the end of March
Next Sunday is the ACT Little
A’s Multi-Event Carnival at Woden
We only have few more
competition weeks left in our
season before Act Little “A’s”
State Championships Carnival On
the weekend of 17-19 of MARCH
at Woden Park.
So, Please turn up each week
and see if we can top the 100
Athletes participation for the rest
of the season.
That’s the end of the” HIP
POCKET REPORT” for this
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