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Wednesday, May 24, 2017
|Molesworth Cricket Club life members, from left: Sean Hay,|
Craig Vernon, Carol Hutton, Dion Hay, Craig Coppleman, Tim
Nicholls, John Hutton, Nick Piuselli, Kerry Ransley, Michael
Nunn and Tony Hall.
For Molesworth I, Brayden Hodge bagged five trophies, while Jack Evans took home four for Molesworth II. Joshua Ransley also did well collecting three trophies including the club's Best Under 21 Player award. Ransley also won the same award for the Southern Cricket Association in second grade. Well done to all trophy winners.
The highlight of the night was when club stalwart Craig Coppleman had life membership bestowed on him. Coppleman has given great service to Molesworth over many seasons since starting his career in 1986. After three years with the club he then had one season with Glenora/Ellendale before returning to Molesworth for another three summers. He then had one season at Lauderdale and then from the next season returned to Molesworth where he played until 2008. He played in the 1993/94 B Grade Premiership with Molesworth II in the then Derwent Valley Cricket Association. This was also the season that the club took out the double with Molesworth I also taking out the premiership.
The Coppleman name goes back a bit with the Molesworth club, with Craig's father having played there as well. The name continues with Craig's sons, Bradley and Daniel, putting in some fine performances that must give great pleasure to their dad. Since retiring from playing, Craig has umpired in the Southern Cricket Association where he has given the same dedication as he did during his playing days. Congratulations Craig, your input into the club and the game is a credit to yourself, well done.
|Danny Godfret Memorial Trophy winners Jack Evans and|
Trophy winners - 2nd Grade (Molesworth I) - Batting Average: Jamie Adams 50.14; Batting Aggregate: Joshua Ransley 393; Bowling Average: Brayden Hodge 12.59; Bowling Aggregate: Brayden Hodge 29; Danny Godfrey Memorial: Brad Coppleman; Best Player in Finals: Jeremy Nichols; Fielding Award: Brayden Hodge (six catches and one runout.
6th Grade (Molesworth II) - Batting Average: Jack Evans 17.45; Batting Aggregate: Jack Evans 192; Bowling Average: Liam Triffitt 24.45; Bowling Aggregate: Liam Triffitt and Jack Evans with 11 each; Danny Godfrey Memorial: Jack Evans; Fielding Award: Jason Mallinson (seven catches and two runouts.
|Trophy winner Zane Lester.|
|Trophy winner Josh Ransley.|
Personal Achievement Awards: Bradley Coppleman 106 runs v Sorell; Zane Lester 5/25 v Bagdad; Joshua Ransley 7/19 v Sorell; Brayden Hodge 5/41 v Wellington; Brayden Hodge: hat-trick v Gretna; Life Membership: Craig Coppleman.
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
WE will be holding our Red Shield Appeal in the Derwent Valley from May 22-28 this year. You can find our collectors in New Norfolk at Woolworths in George St, the Salvation Army Thrift Shop at 1 High St and the Salvation Army Corps at 79 Hamilton Rd.
We are also holding a doorknock on Sunday, May 28, and anyone who would like to lend a hand with that can contact 0408 003 635. The more help we can get the more homes we can cover. All monies collected are used in the local community to help those who are less fortunate or maybe just need a hand up.
The Derwent Valley has always been very generous to the Salvation Army and that helps us to be generous to the community. Help us to give hope where it is needed most.
Thank you and God Bless.
Lieutenants Tim and Di Size
The Salvation Army Derwent Valley Corps
79 Hamilton Rd New Norfolk
Ph 6261 2353 or 0408 003 635
Thursday, May 18, 2017
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Bureau of Meteorology
for the Upper Derwent Valley, Midlands and East Coast forecast districts
Issued at 3:36pm on Tuesday 16 May 2017.
Please be aware
Frosts with temperatures down to -1 degree are forecast for Wednesday morning in parts of the Midlands, East Coast and Upper Derwent Valley forecast districts.
Temperatures at ground level can be many degrees lower than those recorded by standard weather stations, especially in calm conditions with clear skies.
No further warnings will be issued for this event.