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Eye on the prize

Friday, 26th October, 2012

Forty horses are set to run at tomorrow’s Silver City Cup meeting. Forty horses are set to run at tomorrow’s Silver City Cup meeting.

By Ben Sheffield

The fields for the Silver City Cup have been confirmed after acceptances closed yesterday morning and 40 horses are primed to take part in the six-race meeting tomorrow.

The main event, the Silver City Cup, is set down for 5:00pm as the final race of the day.

Students make grade

Thursday, 25th October, 2012

Outback International Taekwondo students (above and below) training ahead of an upcoming grading session in December. Outback International Taekwondo students (above and below) training ahead of an upcoming grading session in December.

By Ben Sheffield

Outback International Taekwondo students are kicking their way through the grades, after a grading session held recently.

Twenty six students were graded and all passed, with several athletes advancing to higher grades, most notably, Mackenna Huxtable and Harlen Mann, who moved from a red belt to a black tip.

Cup race in doubt

Wednesday, 24th October, 2012

Local hope, Frankie Sea, will be running in the 1100 metre 60 handicap on Saturday. Local hope, Frankie Sea, will be running in the 1100 metre 60 handicap on Saturday.

By Ben Sheffield

Saturday's Silver City Cup could be reduced to a five-race program after just five horses were nominated for the 2200-metre 55 handicap.

Of the five, three have nominated for other races, potentially leaving the race with a field of just two runners.

Central win battle over gallant North

Monday, 22nd October, 2012

Central’s Matt Jardine hits a drive on his way to making 20 against North on Saturday. Central’s Matt Jardine hits a drive on his way to making 20 against North on Saturday.

By Newcomer

In a highly entertaining game at the Jubilee Oval, Central have walked away with the points, with a polished three wicket win over a gallant North outfit.

With North batting first and compiling 181 runs, Central were able to chase them down in the 41st over for the loss of 7 wickets.

Women to renew rivalry with Sharks

Friday, 19th October, 2012

Sophie Milne during the match in Adelaide between Broken Hill and the EP Sharks. Sophie Milne during the match in Adelaide between Broken Hill and the EP Sharks.

The Broken Hill women's combined football team will renew their rivalry with the Eyre Peninsula Sharks this weekend.

They will play the Eyre Peninsula Sharks at the Memorial Oval at 4pm tomorrow.

The game will bring down the curtain on the Broken Hill AFL season 2012.

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