There are few jobs harder in this year’s men’s Premier League Hockey competition than padding up as goalkeeper for Bathurst City, but even in the face of weekly barrages, young custodian Tom Scott has been improving.
SAM DEBENHAM Souths kept their women's Premier League Hockey finals hopes alive with an upset 3-1 win over St Pat's on Saturday at Bob Roach Field.
ANYA WHITELAW When Bathurst City created a one-on-one chance four minutes into Saturday's men's Premier League Hockey match against Lithgow Panthers, it seemed as if the rank underdogs might take a shock lead.
ALEXANDER GRANT Souths are running out of time to force their way into a women’s Premier League Hockey finals spot.
SAM DEBENHAM Lithgow Panthers are going to take some beating in women's Premier League Hockey.
ANYA WHITELAW Bathurst derbies between Souths and St Pat’s are always a highlight of the men’s Premier League Hockey draw, but when the pair do battle this Saturday is shapes as a more tantalizing prospect than usual.
ANYA WHITELAW SOUTHS coach Ray Winwood-Smith is not the type of mentor who focusses on the scoreboard, but after what his men produced in their Premier League Hockey match on Saturday it was hard not to. They beat Bathurst City 22-0.
SAM DEBENHAM More than halfway through the season, Bathurst City have only managed to find the back of the net 16 times from eight games in women’s Premier League Hockey.
SAM DEBENHAM After three weeks off the field, Souths resume their quest for glory in the men’s Premier League Hockey competition this afternoon against improving but still battling local rivals Bathurst City.
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The Parkes Library team is hoping this National Simultaneous Storytime on Wednesday will be their best performance yet!
Middleton Public School held a family fun night on May 5, which finished off with an outdoor movie.
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