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Thursday, November 23, 2017, 2:27 PM

Archives for February 2017

Kinglake on cue

Kinglake Pub, Kinglake. Round three of the Combined Hotels Pool Competition (CHPC) summer-autumn season saw the Kinglake Pub team win two of three of the nights’ games. Wayne Hicks and Leigh Dunscombe won the first doubles game, followed by Craig Stone and his partner Tammy Billings winning the second doubles game. This left Kinglake at

Rivergum smash Kinglake

Kinglake Memorial Oval, Kinglake Central. After winning the toss and electing to bat Kinglake planned to bat for all of day one, but the plan quickly fell apart when opening batsman James Edwards was caught (John Magnone) and bowled (Paul Unkles) for a duck in the first five minutes of play by Rivergum’s 3rd XI

Kinglake win by nine runs

Kinglake Memorial Oval, Kinglake Central. Kinglake’s cricketers held on during the second days’ play against the Preston Druids 4th XI to win by nine runs during the second days’ play to secure the Lakers’ second win of season 2016-17, taking away the six points. With just 12 points from two wins for season 2016-17 the

Bushfire victims to be ‘paid by Easter’

Kinglake. Black Saturday law firm Maurice Blackburn are “very pleased to announce that compensation was distributed to personal injury claimants at the end of 2016,” whilst economic and property damage (ELDP) claimants are still waiting for payments that Maurice Blackburn “currently estimate that compensation cheques will be sent by early April 2017.” There remains “main

Jayco Herald Sun Tour in Kinglake

Kinglake. Damien Howson of Team Orica-Scott has won the Jayco Herald Sun tour, describing the Kinglake course as “tough but a great challenge.” Whilst previous winner of both the Herald Sun Tour and Tour de France, Chris Froome, got in front within three kilometres on the final lap Froome just couldn’t catch Howson, later stating

Preston send Lakers in

Kinglake Memorial Oval, Kinglake Central. Kinglake captain Damian Fitzpatrick won the toss and sent the Preston Druids in to bat first, with the Druids later declaring at the 50 over mark for 7/186 leaving just 20 overs for Kinglake to face on day one, with Kinglake being 3/72 at stumps. Kinglake now need 115 runs