Mildura Weekly : Friday January 13 Vol 11 No 10
26 Classifieds MILDURA WEEKLY FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017 PURCHASE A COPY OF PHOTOS PUBLISHED IN THE WEEKLY 4x6 - $7.50, 6x8 - $11.50, 8x12 - $16.50, 10x15 - $19.50 BUY THE PICTURE Sunraysia diving et to get under- nd fashion this ith the Mildura plex to host the Peter and Patri- Memorial Div- weekend. 50 divers will he event, com- h springboard categories. s ‘Ripntear – ricia M organ iving M ee t’ orporate the ntry Diving s, while act- fying event l Age Group Cha m pionships. It will be the first time in nearly a decade that the Victorian Country Diving Championships have taken place, with Diving Sunray- sia dedicating that time to establish facilities tional standard. Former nationa allists and team m from South Australi Melbourne will join and novices, with the to feature all standard diving. Locals to keep an eye will include the Musgr sisters – Erica (pictur LEFT) and Peta –with Eric preparation for the 16/1 years one metre event lim ited due to other commit ments. Peta Musgrove, Allegra Bottrell-Thorburn and Khan Dove will all have sights set vers qualifying me id. e qualified for vidual events, so l is to perform at my best, pefully come home with a t times, and maybe even a dals.” veteran swimmer Rachel 9 – who is competing in nts – the Championships e another opportunity to etheaimistotryand many events as possible, bout getting better as a ” she said. cation for the Victorian Country Championships has been a 12 month process, with swim- mers across the State required to record set times in each event to qualify. All nine swimmers have spent the better part of eight months preparing and training for the event, with regular early-morning training sessions (five times a week for the older swimmers and four times a week for the younger ones) the norm. “All of these swimmers have worked really hard to get to this mitment to the sport. “For most of these swimmers the past few months has been about making it to this event, and I know that all of them are really looking forward to the Champi- onships.” Ben said that while he was hoping all of his charges would do well in their respective events, Layne, Cameron and Anthony were the trio mostlikelytoexcel at the Championships, after display- ing impressive form in a numbe oflead-up meets. “Layne i in “C in g his “All of these swimmers have put in the hard yards, and will certainly give it their all this week- end.” Foy r all your yy FFresh rr Sulphur Pads Pack YY ou need Mild ou need Mild YYY 486 B en etook AvAA Fo Mildura Agricultural S teams , The Jack Bildstien Perpetual Cup was initiated in 1952. It was George’s father – Hugh Magnus John Bildstien (or Jack as he was known to friends and fam- ily) – who first came up with the idea, starting ‘The Bildstien Cup’ – asitwasthenknown–asawayto give something back to a sp club he loved “D t stage it was starting e too hard for mum,” “My wife and I de- e had to keep itgoing, thing that has slowly dition, with a number embers helping out ly members include Vaughan and her Stirrat, with the y sponsored by husband Wayne was her deep- next generation d continue the ong time,”she said. “And it would seem like such a shame for the event to end one d ay. “The Jack Bildstien Perpetual Cup has become a family tradi- tion, and I’m sure in a few years time one of Jack’s great-grandchil- dren will be looking to take over.” Several family members have also goneon to add their names to the long list of Cup winners, with George part of a winning team in 1970, while his brother-in-law Roger Stirrat skipped a winning team in 2003. And while this years event was eventually taken out by the Mil- dura Workingman’s Bowling Club team (with the runners-up a mixed team from t ers Bowling were on the tion the Bild to the gameo raysia – speci “A numbe heard talking Benita said. that it’s just o that they all r ing in, and on wi n. “A large num already express turn and do it and whoknows Perpetual Cup c around for anoth EVERYDAY SPECI gg Gregg & Sons Stee Grab your steel from G gg e s Grab your steel from Greggie s Grab y teel from Greggi 25x255 x32ndsRHS x6.5m 35x355 x2.52ndsRHSx8m 40x400 x1.62ndsGALRHS x8m 40 x400 x 2PTDRHS 8m EC 40 x40 ONOTUBE 0 x 2PTDRHS 8m EC 50x 50 ONOTUBE 5 x2 PTDRHS8m EC 50x25 ONOTUBE 0x2GALRHS8mEC 50x50 ONO GAL 5x2BLKRHS 610 25x255 x2BLKRHSx6.10m 20mmmMEDBLKPIPE 2nds x6.5m 35x199x1.62ndsBLK6.1m 19x199 x2.52ndsBLKRHS5.7m 38x255.4 x1.62ndsBLKRHS6.1m $ 150x550x32ndsPTDRHSx8m $ 150x550 x32ndsGALRHS8m $ 25x255 x3.15GALMESH1.95 x1.75 $5 c100155 GAL PURLIN6.100m $3 c100155 GAL PURLIN7.500m $3 c150155 GAL PURLIN6.100m $39 c15015 GAL PURLIN 7 500m c150155 GAL PURLIN 7 500m c15015 GAL PURLIN 7.500m $48$48$48 6BARGALSHEEPYARDP YY ANELS2.9m x1m PP $97. ggandsonssteel.com.au Buronga x: 5021 5166 de.on.net m ST. pu rli ns. ofana- al med- me mb ers lia and locals e event rds of ye on ro ve ur ed ca ’s 18 m- t- a on qualifying for their first Nationals Championships in the 14/15years one metre event, with all three adding new dives to their repertoire, while also increasing their degrees of difficulty over the past two months. Philippa Patterson will also attempt to qualify for the national 12/13 years one metre event, while also com- peting in herfirst three metre event during the weekend. Locals Caitlin Hicks, Ga- brielle Holgate and Isabelle Mensforth will also be com- peting in their first event in the novice category, and will be aiming to do well. Diving Sunraysia head coach, and club adminis- trator, Leanne Morgan, has been at the forefront of the work, saying the event would provide local divers with new opportunities. “Normally local div- ers have one or maybe two chances to qualify for the State Titles – in either Melbourne or Adelaide in March,” she said. “It is of huge comfort for both divers and coaches to know that these athletes have the same opportunity as metropolitan-based div- ers to qualify in familiar sur- roundings, without the need to travel long distances.” DivingSunraysia’s stand ing in the sport has alsobeen enhanced with its willing ness to adapt to new tech nology, with the Ripntear event to be the first regional diving meet run and admin istered with the latest in Dive Recording software. Nationally-qualified judges from South Australia and Victoria will join Mil dura’s Leanne and Stubbs Rae to judge the event, with spectators encouraged to comealong. Events commence from 9am both tomorrow and Su nd ay. eet set for Mildura Waves a number eets. Layne in particular is enjoy- ng a great run of for m ,” he said. 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