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Gangsters defeat Spitfires in Wagin darts season opener

THE Wagin Darts Association’s season kicked off last week on April 17 and the Gangsters defeated Spitfires 8-3 when they played at the Wagin District Club.
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Gangsters’ pegs came from Stuart Clark 12, Leonie Brummelman 8, Shane Bliss 32, Colin Hall 18 and Brenden Hall with three pegs of six, 16 and 24.

Darren Walker won his singles game with a high score of 98.

Spitfires’ pegs came from Caroline Antony 32 and Keith Bliss 12.

Antony also won her singles game with a high score of 64.

Gangsters’ hundreds were plentiful with Stuart Clark scoring three 100s, Leonie Brummelman 100, Shane Bliss 140, 100 and 121, Colin Hall 140 and 120.

Highest average for Gangsters was Colin Hall with 55.52 followed by Shane Bliss with 49.21.

Hundreds from Spitfires came from Kevin Nordstrom with 133 and 134.

Nordstrom also had the highest Spitfires average with 62.4, followed by Katie Warren with 39.71.

Darkan Red defeated Allstars 7-4 and Darkan Red had pegs from Dennis Blake 16, Murray Boxhall 66 and Tim Earnshaw had two pegs of two and 15.

High score wins were thrown by Jarrod Earnshaw 52, Adrienne Gillett 76 and Vicki Beresford 34.

Allstars’ pegs came from Lorna Ramm eight, Graham Wilson 88 and Jeff Alderton had two pegs of 10 and 20.

Murray Boxhall of Darkan Red had two 100s and a 140 and highest average also went to Murray with 48.86 and was followed by Dennis Blake with 40.1.

Hundreds for Allstars were thrown by Lorna Ramm 135 and Jeff Alderton 100.

Alderton had the highest average of 47.32 followed by Ramm with 34.45.

Morans defeated Woodanilling 7-4.

Kevin Spurr and Harley D from Morans both had pegs of 20 while team mate Tom Spurr had three pegs of six, 40 and 32.

Mandy Spurr and Carol Stanley both had high score wins with 45 and 58 respectively.

Woodanilling’s pegs came from Donald Carter 58, Lee Mulholland 49 and Peter Bartholomuezs pegged twice with 32 and 14.

Moran hundreds were thrown by Kim Davidson 100, Kevin Spurr 100,100 and 100, Tom Spurr 125, 125, 140 and 123.

Highest average for Morans was 69.45 for Tom Spurr with 58.52 for Kevin Spurr.

Hundreds from Woodanilling came from Lee Mulholland 139, Peter Bartholomuezs 100 and 140, Donald Carter 125.

Tony Mader threw a 180.

Peter Bartholomuezs had the highest average for Woodanilling with 60.9 followed by

Tony Mader with 53.43.

Darkan Blue had the home side advantage and defeated Yongas 8-3.

Unfortunately statistics were not available at the time of print.

Misfits won against Katanning on forfeit.

Fixtures for May 12 are as follows with games being played at home teams mentioned first.

Gangsters versus Woody

Spitfires versus Yongas

All Stars versus Misfits

Morans versus Katanning

Darkan Blue versus Darkan Red

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Community information session on proposed Waginfood processing hub

Wagin Shire chief executive Len Calneggia, Morton Seed and Grain Merchants director Jonnie Morton, O’Connor Liberals candidate Rick Wilson, MLC Jim Chown, Senator Chris Back and shire president Phillip Blight at the information session.AN INFORMATION session was held on Monday for community members wishing to find out more about the proposed Wagin Integrated Food Fibre Processing Hub (WIFFPH).
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Held at the Eric Farrow Pavilion, about 40 people turned out to learn more about the three-phase operation, which will include a desalination unit, a cogeneration power station and an inland aquaculture system.

Master of ceremonies for the day Danielle Perrie of WIFFPH said she was happy with the discussion and questions that were generated by the session.

The information session was opened by shire president Phil Blight, who welcomed the audience, consortium partners and visiting politicians Senator Christopher Back, MLC Jim Chown and O’Connor Liberals candidate Rick Wilson.

Regenerate Industries managing director Karne de Boer then presented a detailed business case, including how the process works and the potential investment opportunities through the aquaculture component.

Mr de Boer was pleased with how the session went and said Senator Back was particularly enthusiastic, pledging his support of the project in the Senate.

A $4 million grant through round two of the Australian government initiative Regional Development Australia Fund was applied for in mid-February and a decision is due by the end of May.

Federal Member for O’Connor Tony Crook is pushing for the approval of the project.

“It is a unique and visionary proposal by the Shire of Wagin that will lead to the creation of new jobs, the generation of renewable energy, the reduction of waste water and the attraction of new industry to the region,” he said.

“The Wagin food and fibre hub will diversify the regional economy creating a more sustainable community in regional WA.”

The WIFFPH will be located near Morton’s Seed and Grain Merchants and will aim to produce 125 tonnes of barramundi in its first year of operation.

For more information on the proposal including investment opportunities email Danielle Perrie at [email protected]南京夜网.au.

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