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TAS Country : April 21st 2011
4 Tasmanian Country Friday, April 22, 2011 News Purchase a Wide Span Shed and you ll get free or discounted delivery. *Conditions apply. 005811 Call 1300 WIDE SPAN (1300 94 33 77) Check out our full range online at www.sheds.com.au Zinc = Zincalume all over / CB = Colorbond walls & trim, Zincalume Roof To avoid this increase your building must be ordered and into manufacturing by the 28th March 2011. Please be advised a 50 % deposit and your completed contract must be lodged before your building goes into manufacturing. Your contract must not be subject to any conditions. See your purchase agreement for details. Free Delivery is restricted to those located in our Green areas, those located outside these areas will be issued with a discount on their delivery charge. Unless otherwise stated, all prices are indicative of Class 10 buildings in Region A with an Importance Level (IL) of 1. All residential buildings (Class 1) have a Site Classification of N2 and IL of 2. Higher Wind loadings and IL available at extra cost. Licence No. 194011C. COLORBOND steel and ZINCALUME steel are registered trademarks of BlueScope Steel Limited. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only. Errors and omissions excepted. Visit www.sheds.com.au for latest product release information. Country Estate - Kit 1: 292m2 Residential steel kit home featuring full engineering and floor plans. 12.8m x 22.8m inc. verandah Super Classic Barn eaturing a 3.5m middle and lean-to spans plus two oller doors. Can easily be converted into stables. 0.5mx14mx3.6m/10.5mx20mx3.6m Value Plus Open front or machinery shed featuring five 4m bays. 7.5mx20mx3.6m/9mx20mx4.2m Do you want to increase your product range and profits? Opportunities are currently available for Wide Span Sheds authorised sales agencies. If you're a business owner looking to add value to your existing business then this could be the opportunity for you. Call (07) 5657 8865 for more information. S FFro 1 $13,620 ZINC from only $11,140 ZINC from only $52,500 Kit 1: 292m2 AGENTS WANTED! We are shouting delivery fees! Happy campers rein Polocrosse teams saddle up for success KAROLIN MacGREGOR AFTER being under water just a few days earlier, the Kentish Polocrosse Club grounds at Gowrie Park provided the ideal venue for last weekend's Tasmanian polocrosse state finals. Fine and warm weather on both days was exactly what organisers were hoping for and provided excellent conditions for some tough competition. This year's finals proved that nothing is decided until the winners' ribbons are handed out. Despite being on top of the competition ladder in two of the three competition grades throughout the season, teams from the Northern Polocrosse Club did not win any matches during Sunday's finals. In the C grade final, the Kentish and Tamar Valley teams battled it out in a spirited game that saw the sides going goal for goal during parts of the match. In the end it was the Tamar Valley team of Luke Sotheran, Cora Gooch, Sandra Hodgkinson, Elyn Sotheran, Jessica Russell and Rebecca Miller that won the final match. It was a fantastic way to end the season for the team, which had been on top of the C grade ladder for most of the year. The B grade final was fought out between teams from the Northern club and the Central Coast club. Once again it was an exciting match, with the scores level at various stages of the game. However, a solid performance from the Central Coast team saw it go home with the winner's ribbons. Members of the victorious Central Coast team were Tanya McNab, Vanessa Whatley, Carmen Bellinger, Jack Murrell, Anna Vandermeulen and Colin Bloom. In the A grade final, the Kentish team came up against long-time rival the Northern team, which made for a fast and at times physical match. In the end the Kentish team's superior ball skills and top horses made the difference and the team won the A grade final for the third year in a row. The winning Kentish team also included Richard Murrell from the Central Coast club, who volunteered to play with Kentish to help make up the numbers. Other team members were long- time player Ben Turner riding his very experienced Australian Stock Horse gelding Rosebrook Meccano, promising young players Trent Hardwicke, Andrew Kent and Amanda Campbell, and Dennis Foley, who despite a long break from the sport has lost none of his skills. Mr Turner said winning the final was a great way to end the competition season. ''We had three under-21 players in our team and I think that's a really good sign for the future of the sport,'' he said. ''It was an exciting game and it was good to see two women out there representing each of the teams in the A grade final.'' Polocrosse is a sport played by thousands of people of all ages around the country. In Tasmania there are five clubs: Northern, Tamar Valley, Kentish, Central Coast and Smithton. The competition is divided into grades according to the players' skill levels and experience. The competition season in Tasmania normally starts in December and tournaments are held about every two weeks through until the season finals in April. For more information about the sport, go online and log on to www.pxtas.org.au
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