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January, 2019

Don hangs up his fire hat

IF THE HAT FITS, WEAR IT: Young NSW Fire and Rescue firefighter Ryan Terry will be strapping on the new captain’s helmet as of midnight tonight as Don Smyth steps down after 40 years, five of those as captain. “I’m shining my boots for the last time,” Young NSW Fire and Rescue captain Don Smyth said as he prepared for his photo with The Young Witness on Wednesday.
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The local firefighter is hanging up his helmet and uniform for the last time today, retiring from the service after 40 years – five of which he captained.

As of midnight tonight his deputy captain Ryan Terry will be stepping into the role, for which Don’s been preparing him over the past two years.

“I’d like to congratulate Ryan for stepping up to the task. I believe the town will be in good hands,” Don said.

“Both Ryan and all the crew are well trained and they have plans to keep on the training.”

Don – who was born and bred in Young – has attended some 6000 fires over the four decades and has been the engine keeper for 10 years.

An official farewell will be held for Don in February – following which The Witness will publish a full story on his days as a firie.

The father of three and grandfather won’t be completely disappearing from Young’s scene – instead he’ll be using his spare time to continue his business, travel, fish and get to know his grandkids better.

Ryan – also born and raising his young family in Young – joined the brigade in 2006, spending the last two years as deputy captain.

“I’m excited to be able to lead such a great crew and help the community in any way,” Ryan said.

“And I’m excited for Don to have a break after 40 years.”

He said he was looking forward to the challenge and working with the community and other emergency services.

His focus at the moment is on improving their in-house training.

“I’m looking forward to getting the boys trained up and moulding them – in the last two years, we’ve had six new recruits with two or three to come,” Ryan said.

“I want to do more training outside what we do – that’ll be a big thing.”

One thing he said he’d love to implement in the near future is the greater use of FaceTime and the upgrade of technology for the brigade.

He discovered the big benefits of having an iPhone and using FaceTime during the Turners Furniture One fire on September 25.

While face-to-face with his fire inspector in Mittagong, Ryan was able to show what was actually happening on the ground, instead of verbally describing the conditions.

“Because we’re so remote… once we did face time it was a lot easier… it worked really well and I’d like to push this,” he said.

“This was my first major incident [as incident controller], this was what they call a fifth alarm, most house fires are one alarm.”

IF THE HAT FITS, WEAR IT: Young NSW Fire and Rescue firefighter Ryan Terry will be strapping on the new captain’s helmet as of midnight tonight as Don Smyth steps down after 40 years, five of those as captain.

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Stawell Golf Club hosts annual tournament

STAWELL Golf Club had plenty of golfing action on offer as they commenced their annual tournament last Friday.
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Laura Martin and Delcie Baggs were the best of the ladies fourball best ball stableford, winning with 47 points.

Robyn Iles and Leigh Johnston were runner up with 46 points.

Iles was the nearest the pin on the sixth hole, Dulcie Molan on the ninth, Mandy Male on the 13th and Jo Orr on the 17th.

In the men’s fourball best ball stableford it was Geoff Alborough and Brian St Clair taking victory from Graeme Trickey and Richard Lipovas.

Trickey and Lipovas were the runners up following a countback from Jim McKendrick and Alan Jamieson, Richard Hackwill and Shaun Allen and Geoff Blachford and Dave Fiscalini.

Nearest the pins in the men’s section were Col Apelgren on the sixth and Trickey on the ninth.

The 13th and 17th holes were unclaimed.

The second day of the tournament saw the 18 hole stroke events take place.

Kaye Skinner was the winner of the ladies division one section with a score of 90 while Lyn Willcock was runner up on 95.

In Division two Dot Russell was a clear winner with 97 and seven shots behind her was Kaye Ellen.

Handicap winners were Laura Martin in division one and Dulcie Molan in division two.

Nearest the pin winners were Lyn Willcock on the sixth, Kaye Ellen on the ninth, Martin on the 13th and Jill McInerney on the 17th. Kaye Skinner’s was the nearest second shot on the 10th.

David Hunter was the men’s stroke winner on 79.

Hunter finished the better of a countback from Max Waters who was the runner up.

Graeme Healy was the division two winner and Brian St Clair won division three.

The handicap section was won by Des Pickford, Brian Gale and Peter Sharp in their respective divisions.

Richard Hackwill was just one shot behind Pickford in division one, Alan Jamieson the same behind Gale and Matt Bunting was also only one shot behind in C grade.

The Sunday feature was the Drummond Golf Sponsored mixed pinehurst where Mal and Kaylene Cameron were victorious.

They had a gross score of 75 to win the scratch division.

Handicap winners were Ross and Ruth Hutton with 96-273<2044>8-685<2044>8 and Richard Hackwill and Joan MacPherson were runner up.

Nearest the pin for the men were Mark Kuypers on the sixth, Ross Hatton on the ninth, Colin Cullen on the 13th and Graeme Trickey on the 17th.

In the women’s nearest the pin Lyn Willcock claimed the six hole and Kaye Ellen claimed the 13th.

Rounding out the four day tournament was the fourball best ball stableford played on the Tuesday. Leonie Bailey and Ruth Hatton won on 48 points and Dot Russell and Delcie Baggs were runner up on 44 points.

Jane Delley was the nearest the pin on the sixth hole, Bailey on the ninth and Hatton on the 13th.

In the men’s Mark Rooke and Matt Bunting took home top honours with 47 points from Phil Matthews and Richard Hackwill 45.

Brian Iseppi was the nearest the pin on the sixth hole, Rob Blachford on the ninth, Richard Hackwill on the 13th and Brad Hubble on the 17th.

Dulcie Molan was the nearest the pin for the overall tournament just 1.97 centimetres while Graeme Trickey was the nearest for the men 47 centimetres away.

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Athletics training returns to new North Park track

STAWELL Amateur Athletic Club will revive weeknight track and field events at North Park next Tuesday after a lapse of more than fifteen years.
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In its heyday, the club had as many as 30-40 runners competing Tuesdays on the old track.

Impetus for the return is the opening of the new North Park running track, a facility the club is proud of and one they are determined to utilise.

“Competition stopped through a lack of numbers,” Stawell Amateur Athletic Club president, Keith Lofthouse said.

“The deterioration of the old track into something you wouldn’t want to run on had to be a factor.”

Bob Freeland has been the main man behind getting the competition back up and running.

Already conducting Monday night training sessions at Central Park he will back up again the next day and that shows how dedicated he is to the revival

Races will be conducted over a variety of distances from 70 metres to three kilometres from 6.00pm right through summer.

Runners of all ages and abilities are invited to pit themselves against the clock.

Discus, shot put, long jump and triple jump events will be organised for those interested and walkers are welcome.

Freeland will offer training advice and programmes and the only costs will be a $5 registration for non-members and a gold coin donation on the night. For details phone Bob Freeland on 53583300 or the club on 53562493.

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Tragedy at Murray Mouth

A Willunga man drowned while fishing at the Murray Mouth on Thursday, November 6.Tragedy unfolded at theMurray Mouth on Thursday, November 6, when 48-year-old Willunga man, Iain McNicol, drownedwhile fishing.
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Mr McNicol was pulled from the waterunconscious while fishing off the beach at theMurray Mouth. Police and emergency services crewswere alerted to the incident just before 5pm.

Desperate attempts by other fishermen toresuscitate Mr Nicol failed and he died at the scene.

Mr McNicol was a father of three – to Daniel, Amyand Alysha – and a husband of almost 25 years toLisa.

He had owned Audiomotive Car Audio atWillunga for almost six years, and was involved as asponsor with the Willunga Football Club, whereDaniel played.

Mrs McNicol described Mr McNicol as a caring,loving and devoted husband and father.

She said he was “everyone’s friend” and a“generous and giving person”.

Mrs McNicol said the Coorong was one of herhusband’s favourite places and “since he could walkhe was holding a fishing rod”.

Mr McNicol’s death is not considered suspicious,and a report is being prepared for the State Coroner.

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