Tim part of GWS Gi­ants prac­tice match

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Last Fri­day was the start of a new chap­ter in the foot­ball ca­reer of tal­ented Tocumwal player, Tim Gar­lick, who was in­vited to play in a Greater Western Syd­ney Gi­ants in­tr­a­club prac­tice match.

Tim has headed to Syd­ney to play for Syd­ney Hills Ea­gles in the NEADL.

This is a feeder club for the new AFL club, GWS Gi­ants.

Train­ing is three nights a week and week­ends, but know­ing Tim he will be thriv­ing on it.

His par­ents Deb and Hi­ram are un­der­stand­ably proud of his achieve­ments in var­i­ous forms of sport over the past 10 years and are hop­ing all the trav­el­ling might start to pay off.

We wish Tim well and will fol­low his ca­reer through­out the sea­son.

●●● Just be­cause the sun has risen it doesn’t mean stu­dents can go to school.

A warn­ing has come from public school prin­ci­pal Dar­ren White.

Any stu­dents get­ting to school be­fore 8.50am will have to sit in the shel­ter shed and not be al­lowed to play with any sport­ing gear be­fore then. Su­per­vi­sion be­gins at 8.50am.

The same ap­plies to Sa­cred Heart School ex­cept their su­per­vi­sion starts at 8.45 am.

●●● Happy Birth­day to Eve­lyn Close who cel­e­brated her 4th Birth­day last week.

Also happy birth­day to Maksym Eddy, Grace Pratt, Mrs Babing­ton and Fa­ther Martin..

●●● New House Cap­tains at Tocumwal Public School are Wom­bats - Ty­rone Smithers and Gra­cie Reid with Vice Cap­tains - Jesse Eddy and Mandy Huang; Ea­gles Cap­tains are Daniel Robi­nette and Kiah Gan­der, Vice Cap­tains are Jes­sica Sut­ton and Mitchell Van­der­hoek; Koalas Cap­tains are Jesse Barker and Han­nah Heaney with Vice Cap­tains Ni­cholas Spicer and Brook­lyn Pet­tit.

All will be on deck for the school swim­ming car­ni­val on Fri­day.

Stu­dents of the Week were Tom Hatty, Lucinda Bate, Jock Hatty and Piper Hicks, cap­tains and vice cap­tains for 2012.

Val­ues Ed­u­ca­tion was awarded to Ni­cholas Noonan, Hay­den Davis, Molly Reid, Al­lie McDon­ald and Kiah Gan­der.

●●● From a pre­mier­ship to lack of se­nior play­ers in a short space of time is the rea­son Tocumwal Foot­ball/net­ball Club is hav­ing a cri­sis meet­ing at the clu­b­rooms on Fri­day night at 7pm.

The club is strug­gling to at­tract se­nior play­ers.

The club has a proud his­tory of be­ing able to hold its own in the Mur­ray Foot­ball League, win­ning pre­mier­ships in all grades over the years and hav­ing a large num­ber of sup­port­ers and fi­nan­cially vi­able.

Now se­nior play­ers are thin on the ground, thus the cri­sis meet­ing is called for in­put from sup­port­ers on how to en­tice new play­ers to Tocumwal.

Tocumwal’s Ash­ley Craw­ford re­cently mar­ried Sarah Wright of Co­bram. The wed­ding party in­cluded (from left) Eliza Bax­ter, Tim Far­rell, Jes­sica Wright (Maid of Hon­our), Ash­ley and Sarah Craw­ford, Bren­don Craw­ford, Carly Brooks and Michael Wheat­ley.

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