Throwback Thursday – September 4, 2004Photos

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Throwback Thursday – September 4, 2004 | Photos Russells Creek seniors celebrate after winning the WDFNL grand final.

Russells Creek coach Chris Vorwerk with the premiership cup.

West Fridge workmates Christian Moloney, who plays for Russells Creek, and David Ward, who plays for Allansford, before facing off in the WDFNL grand final.

East Warrnambool Primary School gardener Jimmy Boxer has his hair cut by grade prep students Chelsea Jordan, Liam Hoey, Karl Johns and Chloe Brownsea.

Warrnambool Primary School state finalist T-Ball team.

WDFNL senior netball winners Old Collegians.

Nirranda’s 15 and under winning netball team (left to right at front) Rose Delaney, Samantha Reid, Jymia Payne, Christine Edge, coach Pamela Payne, (back left to right) Kayla Hammond, Hannah Rippon, Grace Delaney, Ebony Harkness, Lif McDowall and Zahlia Payne.

WDFNL under 14 final winners Timboon Demons.

Kolora-Noorat’s under 17 netball final winners (left to right) coach Stacey Learmonth, Jessie Wilson, Emma Newell, Alarna Dillon, Sarah Clissold, Shannon Holmes, Erin Bourke, Chloe Whiting, coach Kylie Scanlon, Margie Kenna, Siobhan O’Connor and Kaitlyn Poustie.

Kolora-Noorat B Grade netball winners (left to right) coach Glenice Justin, Linda Kenna, Andrea Quick, Melanie Kavanagh, Sheridan Moloney, Danae Chinn, Rebecca Hateley, Peta Wilson, Maree Beasley and Cathy Chessum.

Kolora-Noorat under 17 grand final winners.

Kolora-Noorat A Reserve grand final winners (left to right) Stacey Learmonth, Natalie Kenna, Angela Cleary, Clare Pekin, Kellie McSween, Nicole Spooner, Glenice Justin, Kate Hope and Brooke Gleeson-Dillon.

Allansford reserves players celebrate their grand final win after beating Old Collegians at Reid Oval.

Allansford reserves players celebrate their grand final win after beating Old Collegians at Reid Oval.

Footscray Cricket Club members Shane Jones and Matt Innes train on Warrnambool’s main beach.

Vonne Hayhoe, of Warrnambool, holds a wreath at the memorial cross of the Anglican Church’s Legacy Week event.

HFNL Judd Cup winner Rohan Couch from Cobden.

U/18 football best and fairest runner-up Matt Lynch from Koroit.

HFNL U/17 netball best and fairest runner-up Helene Myers from Cobden.

HFNL U/15 netball best and fairest winner Emma Hutchins from South Warrnambool).

Merrivale brother and sister Brooks,16, and Cimmaron Durdin, 15, both won club best and fairest awards.

Warrnambool man Christopher Sheedy suffered major head injuries in a road accident over 14 years ago, but has learnt to ride a bike.

Old Collegians 200 game netballer Trish Porra plays with her children Mitchell, 6, Emily, 9, and Matthew, 11.

Russells Creek players limber up for training on at Mack Oval.

Jenny Lee with some of her collectables for the Oldwares Vintage & Collectable Fair.

Retired footballer and Bali bombing survivor Jason McCartney was at Emmanuel College giving a motivation talk to a number of students, including John Hulin, 15, Tyler Kavanagh, 18, Ailsa Andreoli, 18, and Laura Noonan,18.

Warrnambool couple Daisy and Graeme Mason attended the Warrnambool Parkinson Support Group together, as Daisy has lived with Parkinson’s for several years.

South West Healthcare clinical nurse consultant Ann Morris and librarian Judy Dalton at the Wellbeing in Warrnambool exhibition, celebrating 150 years of healthcare in Warrnambool.

Warrnambool women Joy Irvine before returning to Cambodia to work at a school with children missing limbs for Cambodia Trust.

Dennington netballer Lana Keane with son Reggie, 2, ready for the weekend’s final against Old Collegians.

Framlingham settlement residents Beau Clark, 14, Fay Clark and Debbie Clark out the front of Fay’s house in Kirrae Avenue.

Naturopath Kim Grundy-Garner talking with expecting mother Bec Toleman.

Markwell and Swan owner Gary Swan (right) and apprentice stonemason David Essery, pictured with a new headstone.

Warrnambool City Council groundskeeper Mark Bowman watering Polyanthus in the botanic gardens.

Georgia Richmond, Nan Pressey, Jenny Dalton, Stacy Everall, Libby Lesock, Gary Fewkes, Ian Johnson and Vicki Bronkhorst in the LARC Warehouse, where clothing is packed and distributed to Lifeline shops in the region.

Andrew Paton plays footy for Koroit and works at Warrnambool Cheese and Butter.

Brophy Youth House committee members on the site.

Peter and Jane McLauchlan from Pippies by the Bay Cafe Restaurant received a chef’s hat in the 2005 issue of The Age Good Food Guide

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