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21 Aug 2023
Council to proceed with Austin Butler reclassification*
Tesch opposes reserve reclassification and sale*
Sale of Austin Butler could fund tree planting, says Hart*
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Ettalong Channel dredging may start this week
End of Vietnam War commemorated at Ettalong*
'Comfort' expected for medical service
Clean4Shore is 'back on the water'
Council staff 'note' intention to sell Austin Butler reserve
Recommendation made on referendum wording*
Arboretum celebrates 46th anniversary
Barbecue at Mary Mac's*
Buses to return to normal in Springwood St
Rotary club restores wheel logo at Staples Lookout
Council to publish annual consultation program
Advanced First Aid for fire brigade
Council publishes 'flood risk tools' on website
Council staff recommend $5000 for Koorana Cup
Proposed 10-year leases of council land
Brigade takes part in hazard reduction burn*
CWA branch has monthly lunch
Firefighters visit pre-school next door*
A reputation for smiling*
Nominations open for Australia Day awards
Reaching his 100th speech milestone*
Shade tree group nears 1000th tree planting*
August rain is already above average
Amendment sought after approval ignores submission
Council approves co-living apartments*
Panel refuses Bangalow St dual occupancy
Residents hold planning workshop 'for beginners'
Ready reference to planning principles
Saving trees is not 'undesirable'
Women's health centre offers cervical screening
First couple's room opened
Comprehensive electrical upgrade at aged care home*
Aged care home welcomes workers from overseas
Executives cook barbecue lunch for staff
Virus numbers drop to one 10th in three months
New ward expected to open in October
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Opera singers perform at Pearl Beach singalong concert
Former teachers' federation president sings at folk club
A set of placemats
Artists called to have say on creative industries policy*
Festival will cause Coast 'to explode', says organiser*
Students explore careers with council
Year 9 has excursion to the snow
Public education awards for Umina school staff
Book fair purchasers may have to wait
Book Week celebrated in Woy Woy this week*
School holds 'special blokes breakfast'
Day of culture and activities at Woy Woy
School holds special Dad's Day celebrations*
Ettalong school disco on Wednesday
College 'on tour' to local schools
Pyjama Day raises money for Mary Mac's Place
Reading Challenge certificates issued at end of year*
Softball teams play friendly match at Ettalong oval
Stage finals of public speaking held*
Guided tour of Catholic primary school*
Trainee opportunities with Transport for NSW*
First pre-season training session in new nets
E-Gals win return game against Kanwal
Everglades holds Major Singles final
Eagles win Open Triples championship*
Judo sensei wins silver medal in Canada
Representative netball squads chosen
Surf club holds open day
Woy Woy Wolves become league champions
Women's bowling club holds annual charity day
Bridge club seeks 'new blood with new ideas'*
Bridge club offers introductory lessons
Grant recipients hosted for afternoon tea
Soccer club presents 'Academy Awards'
Grant to expand women's cricket program*
Wednesday Bowls celebrates five years
East Gosford takes Kate McCartin Cup*
Bowling club thanks president and officers*
Personal bests for swimmers at pool rescue event*
Slow start for Woy Woy Lions*
Lynne Gordon wins Major Singles final
Veterans Day held at Everglades Country Club
Woy Woy plays soccer's 'match of the round'*



Umina Eagles win return game against Kanwal

The Women's Premier League's return game between Umina Eagles and Kanwal was "match of the round" in Central Coast soccer competition on Sunday, August 13.

This time Umina came out victors, 2 - 0, after having lost to Kanwal just two weeks before.

The well-rested Kanwal side made the trip to face reigning champions Umina at their home ground.

Umina started the better of the two sides, dominating possession as they showed patience building up from the back.

However, Kanwal defended resolutely to keep them at bay.

Umina came close to opening the scoring when Kate Styles broke through, rounded the keeper, and rolled the ball into an empty net only for Haylee Starkey to stick out a foot and turn it wide.

It wouldn't take Kate long to score.

She was played through by Hayley Fulwood, again rounding the oncoming Kanwal goalie Kim Burke, and this time calmly slotting home the opening goal from a tight angle.

Halftime saw an opportunity for Kanwal to make a few tweaks and this seemed to work as Kanwal dominated the second stanza without reward.

The home side doubled their lead when a perfectly-weighted pass by Kirby Squires found Hannah Batten who broke down the left and chipped the opposition goalkeeper from a near-impossible angle.

That goal came against the run of play and, despite conceding the goal, Kanwal continued their territorial advantage without reward and it was Umina who defended well to keep a clean sheet.

Match official was Jeffrey Smith.

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