Nicholas Street revamp on agenda

first_imgEmail WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Previous articleFound guilty of thefts at fishmongersNext articleNegative portrayal of city condemned admin Advertisement Linkedin Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Moves are also afoot to boost trade by transporting passengers from ships that dock at Foynes Harbour to the city.Shannon Development’s chief executive, Eoghan Prendergast, confirmed that, in co-operation with council, it is driving forward a major revamp of King John’s Castle.“The castle’s performance has slipped, but we have an application in for funding to develop it and bring in tourism – we hope to have 100,000 visitors annually.“The project we are going after will be the linchpin for further development of Nicholas Street, as well as a major development for Castle Lane”.Reminding a meeting this week that in 1985, the council demolished 26 houses inside King John’s Castle, Cllr Kevin Kiely said that people had been told then that the castle and Nicholas Street area would become Limerick’s Temple Bar“With 75% of Nicholas Street derelict, it needs a major investment. When we closed the street to traffic it was to develop tourism, but I believe that the reason it did not succeed was competition between Bunratty Castle and King John’s – we should have a separate management.“Speculators got buildings on the street for half nothing but we must now develop the street and we need to consult with the businesses and let them know of our plans”.Meanwhile, Mr Prendergast revealed they were working with the Shannon Foynes Port Company to get people off the ships that berth there, to visit Limerick city, and also get visitors from Cork Harbour to Limerick – in Belfast, they bring in 100,000 visitors annually from cruisers.“The Irish naval vessel, the LE Eithne, has told us they love coming to Limerick because the port is in the middle of the city – Cllr Jim Long is right in his suggestion that ships could sail into and berth in Limerick Docks”. NewsLocal NewsNicholas Street revamp on agendaBy admin – October 7, 2010 508 Print A MAJOR revamp is proposed for the run-down Nicholas Street area, spearheaded by City Council and Shannon Development, who want to change Limerick city from a service to a destination centre.last_img read more

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Documentary of Aklan artist’s life pushed

first_imgThis portrait of Jose Rizal painted by Aklanon legendary artist Telesforo Sucgang is described as “one of the finest and truest likeness of Rizal.” It was created in 1891. AMBETH R. OCAMPO He wrote articles published in ElComercio and the Visayan papers El Porvenir de Visayas, El Panay, ElIlonguillo, and Revolucion.          “We do not know how Sucgang paintedthe image because according to our research, Rizal was travelling at the timewhen Sucgang started painting in Spain. Nevertheless, Sucgang’s painting ofRizal is currently valued around P2 billion but of course it is not for sale,”he added. His other works during this periodinclude ‘Estamos Salvados’ and ‘La Llegada del Correo Español en la Bahia deManila’ in 1887. The latter was renamed Steamship Buenaventura. While in Madrid, Sucgang “painted twolarge historical pictures: the ‘El Desembarco de Magallanes,’ or The First Massin the Philippines, in 1888, and ‘La Llegada de Legazpi y Urdaneta,” accordingto one of his relatives.  “There are still many things we do notknow about Telesforo to which includes the whereabouts of his burial site,”said Rebecca Ocampo, a close relative of Sucgang. Sucgang reportedly hailed in Batan,Aklan and studied painting in Spain where he met Rizal. His othercontemporaries include Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo and Juan Luna. Kalibo, Aklan – The family of Aklanon legend Telesforo Sucgang, who issaid to be the contemporary of Dr. Jose Rizal, wants to create a documentary ofthe artist’s life. During the revolution against Spain,Sucgang was appointed captain and, later on, commandant of the militaryadministration headed by Martin Teofilo Delgado in Santa Barbara, Iloilo, astold by the former’s great grandson.      Meanwhile, Jude Roland Ay-ay, curatorof the Jose Rizal Museum in Intramuros, Manila, said Telesforo’s portrait ofRizal was the “most credible painting” of the national hero’s face. In 1900, Sucgang founded the Institutode Visayas in Jaro, Iloilo. Then in 1905, he built the Instituto Aklan inKalibo and another school in Capiz between 1907 and 1911. In 1912, the artistfounded the Colegio de Minerva in Manila, which lasted until his death in1916./PNlast_img read more

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Marrack brings Canadian skills to Madison

first_imgWhen he arrived in Madison last fall, freshman Peter Marrack took to the courts of the Nielsen Tennis Center with an already impressive r?sum?, having played in professional international tournaments and earning top junior rankings in Canada.Born in Ontario, Marrack was aggressively recruited by UW head coach Greg Van Emburgh. Marrack came to Wisconsin with a chance to make an immediate impact with the Badgers. Although many players are redshirted as freshmen, Marrack’s skill and experience allowed him to contribute to the team immediately as the team’s only true freshman last fall.?Peter?s the type of player and person that you want on your team and every coach is excited to have,? Van Emburgh said. ?[He] practices hard, competes hard, does whatever you want, loves to be out there, loves getting better. He?s just a work horse.?Being a freshman in a new environment, combined with a new and heightened level of competition, can be extremely stressful. However, Marrack?s focus has allowed him to juggle the challenges of being a college freshman and varsity tennis player.?[I have] conditioning in the morning, then I go to class, then [practice], then eat, shower, then off to do all my work, and not to mention every weekend [there are matches],? Marrack explained.The Wisconsin men?s tennis team enters the spring season with a very talented roster and its highest ranking in years: 28th in the country. The addition of Canadian-born Marrack only adds to the Badgers’ powerful returning lineup.Van Emburgh believes it is important to reach out and recruit international players like Marrack who possess the skill and willingness to learn if the Badgers are going to consistently be a top team in the nation.?This is probably our best team in a very long time,? Van Emburgh said. ?We?re deep, and depth is a plus. And [Marrack’s] one of those players that makes us real deep in singles and doubles.?Before coming to the Badgers, Marrack was featured as one of the best junior tennis players in Canada, as he topped the Canadian National Rankings in both singles and doubles. He also played in professional events, such as Canada Futures, which gave him the chance to get used to the high-pressure situations he now faces in college.?I?ve had a lot of match experience before, playing some professional tournaments,? Marrack said. ?I guess I was just used to the pressure in playing in a higher level and having just a lot of close matches too.?As a freshman, Marrack still has had to get used to the style and skill NCAA players possess.?In the college tournaments, there is never an easy match,? Marrack said. ?Everyone is there, ready to play, and you have to fight for every match no matter who the opponent is.?Fighting for every point is something Marrack brings to the table for UW. In the Big Ten Indoor Championships last fall, Marrack was one of eight Badgers to compete in the tournament. With the stage set, the true freshman rose to the spotlight by advancing to the Round of 16.?I played the first [match] and won in two tiebreakers,? Marrack said. ?And the next one, I won in three tiebreakers. I?ve played in so many long matches, and just so many tiebreakers, which I think will help me later on.?Marrack?s determination on the court is complemented by a forehand he said has gotten increasingly better during his rookie season.?[T]hat?s the thing I feel has improved the most since I?ve been here,? Marrack said of his forehand.From beginning as a player who liked to hover by the net, Marrack’s game at Wisconsin has expanded and developed, which his teammates hope will pose a threat to his future opponents.?He?s gotten a lot, lot better even through this first semester,? senior Nolan Polley said. ?He?s really talented, and if he continues to work on it, I don?t see why he can?t be No. 1 or No. 2 [in the lineup] in his junior or senior year.?Marrack continues to be focused on taking his game to the next level every time he steps out on the court and is looking to secure his spot in the lineup, which allows for only six singles spots and six doubles pairs per match. The freshman said he is ready to do whatever is asked of him so he can look even farther down the road in hopes of advancing his play.?That?s another one of the reasons I came [to UW],? Marrack said. ?Our coach really supports that. He?s developing us for college and beyond that as well.?last_img read more

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Irish Blog — L.V. Rogers Bombers continue Ireland tour

first_imgThe L.V. Rogers Bombers are currently traveling the roads of Ireland on Rugby tour.The team, which has been raising money to help offset the costs, left last week from Nelson and opened the tour with a 27-5 win over the Balgriggan Rugby Club.LVR Vice Principal Frank Marisco, who is with the team on the tour along with coach Michael Joyce, has graciously accepted the challenge of blogging the tour for The Nelson Daily. Here’s Frank’s latest entry.Wednesday, March 16A little bit of a sleep this morning and then on the bus to the ferry port at Rosevaal. It’s about one hour from Galway along the coast. The landscape is quite interesting and Michael our driver provides running commentary all the way. He’s a real life encyclopedia- complete with full truths, half truths, and pure fiction. The skies are clear but the winds are gusting when we leave port and head to the Aran Islands. There are about 800 permanent residents living here and the language spoken is Gaelic. After a 40-minute ferry ride we disembark and head to the American Bar for- guess what – soup and sandwiches. It is about 11a.m. and there are already a couple of the locals sitting at the bar sipping their pint of Guinness. We all rent bicycles and head out to explore the island. Blustery winds, rock wall upon rock wall and the odd  cow, sheep, or horse grazing  in a paddock with lots of history on the island dating back more than 1000 years.  The kids have a great time exploring and taking in the unique geography and fascinating past of the island — there are a few daredevil photos snapped at the ancient cliff fortress by rugby players with more intestinal fortitude than myself. Back to the American Bar for burgers and chips and then it is back on the ferry for our return trip to Galway. A big dinner at the GBC restaurant and then it is a couple of free hours to discover the town – then lights out and another day is in the bag. St. Paddy’s  day tomorrow with the second biggest celebratuion in Ireland. The boys are excited.Tuesday, March 15Another great breakfast at the greasy spoon and then it is on the bus for a four-hour drive to Galway. The scenery is quaint with lots of small farms and rolling hills. Most of the kids take the opportunity to have a nap and catch up on some needed sleep. Arrive in Galway and the sun is shining. Check into the Sleepzone Hostel and then it is Soup and sandwiches at the Galway Bakery Company. Always good to see the boys well fed. After a couple of hours of wandering around town it is time to get down to business. We take the bus to the Newcastle training grounds for a session with Nigel Carolan. Nigel is the Youth Development coach for Connaght Province and is EXCELLENT! He runs the boys hard for two hours and then we return to the hostel for a shower and then it is off to supper – turkey, ham, mash, veges, the whole nine yards. A couple of hours to check out the town and then it is back to the hostel and time for bed.last_img read more

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Record-setting meet for Trail Winter Club swimmers

first_imgTrail Winter Swim Club (TWSC) swimmers posted some impressive performances at the 2014 Swim BC Short Course AAA Age Group Championships recently in Kamloops.Dylan Kormendy set a new Provincial AAA meet record in the 11&U boys 800 meter freestyle with his sister, Eden Kormendy also setting a AAA meet record in the 12-13 girls 800 meter freestyle.The two gold medals for the Trail Swim Club swimmers was the onlyl club to have two wins in the distance events.Dylan finished off in the Provincial swim meet with first-place finishes in the 800m Free (10:31.33) and 400m IM (5:32.97), second in the 200 meter butterfly and 200 meter Individual medley (IM) and third in the 200 meter backstroke, 200 meter breaststroke and 100 meter butterfly. Eden, preparing for the Western Canadian Championships in February where she will be defending her spot for the Provincial Prospects Spring Training opportunity, brought home Gold in the 800 meter freestyle (9:30.24) and 400 meter IM (5:10.16), silver in 200 meter IM and bronze in the 100 meter breasstroke.Thirteen-year-old Aby Elwood saw her training payoff with a bronze medal finish in the 200 m butterfly (2:34.65) and several personal best and club record times shattered.Jackson Konkin, 13, as a first time swimmer in the AAA Championships placed fifth in the 400 meter freestyle and set several new personal and club best times.Martin Gonzalez, 15, set a new club record in the boys 50 meter and 400 meter freestyle.Samuel Matthew, 14, of Nelson broke personal and club records in the 200 meter IM, 50 and 100 meter breast stroke events over the four day elite competition.Coach Bill Park has been working diligently with the TWSC swimmers since September 2013 and is very pleased with their performances at the AAA’s as British Columbia has a very high level of talent. He is currently preparing the Trail Winter Swim Club swimmers for the Western Canadians, AA’s and Long Course meets, focusing on Long Term Athlete Development in the “Home of Champions”.For anyone interested in joining the Trail Winter Swim Club please email: [email protected]last_img read more

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Major extension approved for West Donegal school

first_imgRosses Community College in Dungloe has been granted approval for a large-scale extension which involves the addition of large-scale Special Education Needs base. The 650m2 extension includes three new Special Education Needs classrooms with an assisted user toilet/shower block.There will also be a practical activity room, a multi-sensory room, an office, staff toilets and a store room. Outside there will be a sensory garden, a secure hard and soft play area and nine additional car parking spaces.The upgrade announcement from the Department of Education has been greeted as welcome news for the school community.Local election candidate Evelyn Sweeney said: “This is fantastic news for Dungloe, the teachers and pupils at the school and for the wider community.”“The idea of the design will be to add the new structure to the existing building so it’s all part of the main school building which is at the heart of the inclusive ethos of the school,” she added. Ms Sweeney congratulated the school on their successful application to the Department of Education & Skills and for their vision of the future at Pobalscoil na Rossan. She also paid tribute to the Department officials who have worked on this application thus far.“We are in a fortunate position to have Donegal TD Joe McHugh as our Minister for Education and Skills who has been visiting schools throughout the county, listening to the issues of concern and working with education partners and stakeholders.“Nuacht ar doigh dó Phobalscoil na Rosann ar an Chlochan Liath. Ag súil go mór leis an tógra sea a fheiceál ag dul chún cinn,” Ms Sweeney said.Major extension approved for West Donegal school was last modified: April 16th, 2019 by Staff WriterShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Rosses Community Collegelast_img read more

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Haryana Congress leader Vikas Chaudhary shot dead in Faridabad

first_imgCongress leader Vikas Chaudhary was on Thursday shot dead by unknown assailants in Haryana’s Faridabad, an incident which evoked sharp criticism against the ruling BJP-led government by Congress leaders.The police said initial investigation indicated that the murder of the Congress leader appeared to be connected to his own criminal background.Additional Director General of Police Navdeep Singh Virk, on Twitter, said, “As per the leads so far Vikas Chaudhary had a criminal background and 13 FIRs of extortion, kidnapping, and attempt to murder, were registered against him since 2007 in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh”Teams deployedMr. Virk added, “Several police teams have been deployed to crack the case and Faridabad Police is confident of detecting it soon. Commissioner of Police, Faridabad is personally supervising the investigation.”Chaudhary, a party spokesperson, was hit by multiple bullets in Sector 9 area of the city at 9.30 a.m. “CCTV footage showed that he (Chaudhary) was in a sports utility vehicle, parked outside a gym when the assailants fired multiple gun shots at the vehicle from two sides. Bullets hit him on neck and chest,” ACP Jaiveer Singh Rathi told reporters.Mr. Rathi, said Chaudhary was rushed to a nearby private hospital where he was declared brought dead. “Twelve spent cartridges have been recovered from the crime scene. The body of the deceased was handed over to the family after post-mortem. The report of post-mortem is awaited,” he added.Police have registered a case under section 302 of the Indian Penal Code and investigation was under way.The Congress, meanwhile, has hit out at the ruling BJP government for the “deteriorating law and order situation” in the State.Congress president Rahul Gandhi condemned the killing and on twitter, said that it reflected the deteriorating law and order situation.Former Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said law and order in Haryana had crumbled. “Criminals are roaming freely and the common man is not feeling safe,” Mr. Hooda said.Haryana Congress president Ashok Tanwar said, “If the assailants are not arrested within 24 hours, the party workers will launch an agitation across the State.”last_img read more

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Rafael Nadal admits ‘hard to return to court’ after Monte Carlo shocker

first_imgThe 32-year-old said he played “one of my worst matches in 14 years on clay” in losing 6-4, 6-2 to Italian Fognini, having been forced to save three match points at 5-0 in the second set.“It will be hard to return to the practice court,” a subdued Nadal said after his fourth loss to Fognini, three of which have come on his beloved clay.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSPalace wants Cayetano’s PHISGOC Foundation probed over corruption chargesSPORTSSingapore latest to raise issue on SEA Games food, logistics“I lost an opportunity in a very important event for me. I’m sad for that.”Nadal has struggled with knee injuries this season, and was playing his first event since withdrawing before an Indian Wells semi-final against Roger Federer last month. (FILES) In this file photo taken on April 20, 2019 Spain’s Rafael Nadal reacts during the semi final tennis match against Italy’s Fabio Fognini at the Monte-Carlo ATP Masters Series tournament in Monaco. – Rafael Nadal admitted that it will be “hard to return to the practice court” after a shock semi-final defeat by Fabio Fognini ended his bid for a record-extending 12th Monte Carlo Masters title on Saturday. The 17-time Grand Slam champion starts his Barcelona Open title defence on Wednesday April 24, 2019, as he also fights to keep his world-number-two ranking before the French Open gets underway next month. (Photo by YANN COATSALIOU / AFP)Rafael Nadal admitted that it will be “hard to return to the practice court” after a shock semi-final defeat by Fabio Fognini ended his bid for a record-extending 12th Monte Carlo Masters title on Saturday.The 17-time Grand Slam champion starts his Barcelona Open title defense on Wednesday, as he also fights to keep his world-number-two ranking before the French Open gets underway next month.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Ethel Booba twits Mocha over 2 toilets in one cubicle at SEA Games venue Philippine Arena Interchange inaugurated MOST READ Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles01:15SC chief Peralta wants US-Marshall patterned security for PH judges01:51SC gives QC court one month extension to resolve Maguindanao massacre case02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss “There was little chance for me to start the clay-court season in a perfect way,” he insisted.“It was a bad day, the kind of day where the feeling is not there at all. It’s difficult to find positive ways today.”Nadal was close to losing his first set to love in Monte Carlo since the 2005 final, where he beat Guillermo Coria in four sets.“I was lucky to win two (second-set) games to avoid an even worse score,” he admitted.“I’m thinking about how bad I played today, (trying to) understand the things.ADVERTISEMENT ‘Champion for years to come’ Naomi Osaka out to conquer clay SEA Games hosting troubles anger Duterte LATEST STORIES Panelo: Duterte ‘angry’ with SEA Games hosting hassles Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Hontiveros presses for security audit of national power grid “Coming back from injuries, winning and winning and winning is not easy.“(It’s been a) year and a half of not having the chance to play tournaments in a row (due to injury).”Nadal facing rankings slipNadal, who will be favourite to win a 12th French Open crown at Roland Garros, has plenty of ranking points on the line before heading to Paris, with titles to defend in Barcelona and Rome.A slip outside the top two could set up a potential meeting with old rival Novak Djokovic, winner of the last three Grand Slam tournaments, before the final.The ‘king of clay’ will have to bounce back quickly next week to allay fears he is now vulnerable on the red dirt.“I played one of my worst matches on clay in 14 years,” he said.“It’s difficult to find any positives — I deserved to lose.”The Spanish great is yet to win an ATP title this season. The last year he reached May without a tournament victory was in 2004.Fognini will face unheralded Serbian Dusan Lajovic in Sunday’s final — the first time since 2004 that neither Nadal, Djokovic nor Roger Federer have made it to the last day in the Principality. Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting DA eyes importing ‘galunggong’ anew Cayetano: Senate, Drilon to be blamed for SEA Games mess View commentslast_img read more

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Pep impressed with Aouar & Ndombele

first_imgManchester City manager Pep Guardiola has hailed the talents of Lyon midfielders Houssem Aouar and Tanguy Ndombele.The two players, aged 20 and 21 respectively, played in midfield as the French side held City to a 2-2 draw in the Champions League on Tuesday.Ndombele is perhaps the most feted of the two, and has been repeatedly linked with the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and City themselves. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Man Utd ready to spend big on Sancho and Haaland in January Who is Marcus Thuram? Lilian’s son who is top of the Bundesliga with Borussia Monchengladbach Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! However, Guardiola believes Aouar, who reportedly turned down a move to Liverpool in the summer, is just as good, and was impressed with the way the pair played.”Houssem Aouar is a very good player, he is incredible,” he told reporters.”We talk a lot about Ndombele, but Aouar is also excellent. He’s always very calm with the ball at his feet, with an excellent technical quality.”Lyon really has a very good team. There are young people full of quality and I think the team is in place tactically, I think we can congratulate them, we have had absences tonight, but we have to congratulate them!”City are guaranteed to progress to the knockout stages of the competition after their draw, and need just a point in their final group game against Hoffenheim to confirm top spot.And Guardiola was delighted with the way his side played, having marked Lyon out as dangerous opponents.”We are so delighted and so happy,” he told BT Sport.”They’re one of the toughest teams I have ever faced. They’re physical, they’re strong and their counterattacking is incredible.”People say the French league is just PSG, but they are so wrong.”City are next in action this weekend, when they face Bournemouth in the Premier League.last_img read more

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NRL Touch Premiership team lists

first_imgEels – Women’sZara NicholasLucy McDonaldChloe CheneyStephanie MaioloLaura PeattieDanielle DavisTayla CliffordRachelle (Shellie) DavisHannah DyballSamantha RodgersYasmin MeakesBrittney CliffordAaliyah PakiElesha DougalRebecca BeathFaith NathanCoach: Barry GibsonAssistant coach: Anthony DudeckManager: Christian BrowneSelector: Annette Thomas SchumacherEels – Men’sGeorgie PalauJordan HoroCiaran TonerDaniel BartonJed IbbotsonDylan HennesseyJordan Marshall-KingSimon LangKyle JermynJacob HarringtonAlex NichollsKai SimbolonMarley SimbolonLuke MansourMark RobertsCaidyn WynyardCoach: Mark BolandAssistant coach: Jason MartinManager: Ricky HetheringtonSelector: Tim KitchinghamKnights – Women’sAinsley HughesJessica PottsEmily HennesseyRhiannon PodmoreMadison CroweMilly HughesLaura ColemanSian FilipoBobbi LawJessica McCallElise WilsonLily GoodchildAmy DufourSophie BroadheadRachel JeffsTaryn LoveCoach: Michael MoussaAssistant coach: Brooke PlayfordManager: Sheralee LangbridgeSelector: Anette ColemanKnight’s – Men’sLuke TonegatoMatthew TopeTerry DeeganLincoln LittleDaniel LangbridgeJack EdwardsDylan ThompsonAlex LangbridgeScott BundyMatthew ProwseJake FitzpatrickMitch BourkeBart HillRob McCarthyTom DafterMitchell WiltonCoach: Joel WilloughbyAssistant coach: Karley BanksManager: Andrew WiseSelector: John DaltonTigers – Women’sAshleigh QuinlanToni BreezeKirstie JenkinsIsabella SlatteryPaige MarkeyPatricia MichaelopoulosMaddie StuddonAbbey PapenhuyzenClaire TandekElin MortimerLogan FlanaganHinerangi AndreassendChelsea HindmarshAmy WebbTyla GambellCourtney YoungCoach: Paul SfeirAssistant coach: Matt ScranageManager: Kim SolmanSelector: Michael ClarkTigers – Men’sNicholas GoodMadalitso MasacheJames BlackwoodEdward BurrellJames ShuteDean SpringfieldScott BuckleyCameron NichollsDaniel StoneJustin CostelloRyan GossStuart BriertyTjadyn AshbyRobert NakhlaJake GrechSteve RobertsCoach: Tony TradAssistant coach: Dave NolanManager: Robert BarakatSelector: Kevin JurdBroncos – Women’sElizabeth CampbellSamantha HopkinMia JohnstoneRebecca LapraikHayley MaddickKatee MallerPaige ParkerSavannah PrattenTahlia RolphCatherine SargentKatherine StevensKimberley Sue SeeMary McLeanLaura WaldieRachel WalshMelanie WilksCoach: Lucas FeldmanAssistant coach: Craig MorrowAssistant coach: Michael BaartzBroncos – Men’sTimothy BaartzLiam BauerSam CarmodyJames CourtneyCody GreenSean HooperHayden MoffatJake NotleyJustin OttoTom QuinlivanAdam RussellDavid SenMitchell De RossiRyan EndehipaConnor HarveyJames SharpCoach: Jason BoydAssistant coach: John BeesleyManager: Tyrone BruceTitans – Women’sTarryn AikenTaylah ConnellSammy-Jo CurtisBrittany DonovanLucia FildesBelinda HammettPaije HockingsAshleigh KearneyRebecca Mi MiGeorgina RackemannMarama ThomasMarikki WategoTiarni BryceLeesa Mi MiSharni VililaEmily WardCoach: Renee MurphyAssistant coach: Leasha ThouardManager: Brenda RackemannTitans – Men’s Graeme ClancyJames De VeerJayden Fielding-SmithJakob HallKingston LambergPeter NormanAdam PrydeBrad RussellCorey RussellMichael SinghWayne UnuwaiTristan WaggTom MaherDave MaherLewis McAlisterTyler WardCoach: Chris LothAssistant coach: Tristan ManaManager: Brendan JonesCowboys – Women’sRae BarkerJessica BourkeBrittney BrownLydia DurkinRebecca GouldingAnna HicksAbby KingHagiga MosbyNaomi ParslowRylie SeamarkIndianna TillettTamika UptonTori CarterGeorgia HarrisTamara HusseyMikayla NewmanCoach: Swain RovelliAssistant coach: Mitch SmithCowboys – Men’sJayden BenbowKristian CongooJustin CridlandShaun FrancisJack HughesMalcolm KennyMichael LawDamon MooreLachlan PierceSamuel PierceJared TownsonDave ZanetteCormac HochLachlan HochTrevor MoranDaniel WithersCoach: Phil GyemoreAssistant coach: Tim VillalbaManager: Justin Mitchelllast_img read more

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