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More coaching responsibility for Di Venuto

CRICKET Tasmania yesterday announced changes to the Tasmanian Tigers' coaching structure for the coming season.
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Tasmanian Tigers former assistant coach Ali de Winter will depart leave Cricket Tasmania after being appointed Australian bowling coach.

Tigers assistant coach Michael Di Venuto will take on more responsibility and provide assistance to head coach Tim Coyle with pre-competition and match-day preparation.

Di Venuto's role will focus on the development and performances of the batsmen in the Tigers' squad.

Former Australian cricket academy student and former Tiger player Darren McNees will also broaden his role from assistant strength and conditioning coach towards developing the squad's bowling program.

Former Tasmanian Tigers skipper Dan Marsh will continue his involvement and will coach the Tasmanian Futures League side as well as help Coyle.

Marsh will also maintain a focus on the development of spin bowlers.

CT high performance manager Richard Allanby will assist Marsh with the Futures League and act as a spin bowling consultant.



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Tasmanian brother and sister to go the distance

LITTER brother and sister Bell Haven and Jethro will represent Tasmania in next week's national distance championship in Hobart.
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The two greyhounds finished first and second in the Tasmanian championship on Thursday night and have earned their way through to the national final.

At yesterday's box draw they both drew favourably with Bell Haven in seven and Jethro in three.

For the first time both the national distance and sprint championships will be held in Hobart next Saturday with Rob Pines and New Recruit the two Tasmanian runners in the short-course event.

Bell Haven and Rob Pines are both prepared at Mangalore by top trainer Ted Medhurst.

Jethro is trained at Penguin by Steve ``Butch'' Deverell and New Recruit is a member of the Mick Stringer kennel at Mangalore.

Rob Pines and New Recruit will both have to overcome tough box draws on Saturday after they received the six and one marble.

Being the host state Tasmania is allowed two representatives in each of the national finals.

On Thursday night Bell Haven and Jethro were part of a unique family achievement with another littler brother Beaudine finishing third in the distance championship.

Beaudine is first emergency for the national final.

Distance greyhound Jethro

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Whole day in court for family members

A FULL day has been allocated for a Dubbo Local Court hearing involving four members of one family arrested over events of violence in the Apollo Estate.
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Derrin Hall, 18, Shannon Hall, 20, Dennis Hall, 22, and Clinton Hall, 23, were arrested in April.

They are contesting a total of 16 alleged offences.

Charges against Dennis Hall include assault with act of indecency, common assault, affray, two counts of assault police causing actual bodily harm and two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Derrin Hall has been charged with assault police, affray and common assault.

Shannon Hall has been charged with common assault and affray.

Clinton Hall faces charges of affray, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, common assault and use offensive language in public.

Police said the men were arrested after alleged assaults and altercations in Houston Drive during the early hours of the morning.

Bail has been continued for each man.

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Man faces eight child-sex charges

A 40-YEAR-OLD man from Blayney has been brought before Dubbo Local Court on eight child-sex charges.
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The man cannot be named for legal reasons. He is being held in jail and appeared before Magistrate Andrew Eckhold via audiovisual link.

The Department of Public Prosecutions alleges the offences occurred in Dubbo over a number of years.

The man did not enter pleas to three charges of indecent assault on a victim under the age of 10 years, three charges of aggravated sexual assault on a victim under the age of 16 years and two charges of committing an act on indecency on a victim under the age of 10 years.

All charges were adjourned to September 5.

There was no application for bail, which was formally refused by the court.

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Dubbo enjoys Garlick’s flavour

DUBBO residents gave the thumbs up to the new range of pies made by former NRL player Sean Garlick.
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After playing for the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Sydney Roosters he decided he wanted to try something new and exciting.

“My brother had just finished his pastry apprentice and worked at the local pie store,” he said.

“After a while he got tired working there and started to be a truck driver.”

Mr Garlick said he convinced his brother to open a pie shop and to use his talent to make the best pies in the state.

“We were lucky because I was on The Footy Show and they had a pie eating competition and it boosted our sales from day one,” he said.

One store turned to 13 in Sydney and now the store makes 10,000 pies a day.

Garlo’s Pies are available at Crutcher’s IGA.

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Ton of pride in century goal-kickers

LILYDALE Football Club can boast two century goal-kickers this season.
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Senior full-forward Josh Holton has kicked a total of 117 goals so far this season in NTFA division 2, and reserves forward Michael Murfett has booted 109.

Both kicked five goals each in losing sides for Lilydale in last week's qualifying semi-finals.

They will have the chance to add to their totals when they line up against Fingal Valley in tomorrow's first semi-finals at Youngtown.

Lilydale club president Barry Dawes said it was the first time the club had achieved the feat of having dual century goalkickers.

``I think we have only had one other player kick 100 goals in a season to my knowledge and that was Sonny Whiting about three years ago,'' he said.

``This would be the first time it's happened and it's been great for the players and for the club which is just two years into a new competition.''

Holton finished third behind his Lilydale teammate Thane Bardenhagen in this season's NTFA division 2 most valuable player award.

Lilydale century goal-kickers Michael Murfett, who has booted 109 in the reserves, and Josh Holton, who has 117 goals to his name in the seniors this season.

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