Throwback Thursday – September 10, 2005Photos

Throwback Thursday – September 10, 2005 | Photos WDFNL Under 15s grand final winners Dennington.
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Joint Maskell Medal winners Joe Mclaren from Koroit and Ben Kilday from South Warrnambool.

Mininera & District Football League grandfinal winners SM&W Rovers.

Mininera and District grand final reserves winners Wickliffe Lake Bolac.

Mininera and District grand final winners Wickliffe Lake Bolac celebrating after beating Tatyoon.

Mininera and District grand final winners Wickliffe Lake Bolac.

Brian Rafferty, Garry Peterson and Ian Westhorpe from DSE help a southern right whale entangled with a cray pot around its tail, west of Childers Cove near Warrnambool.

WDFNL U14 1/2 grand final winners Timboon Demons.

Old Collegians fans Michelle Nicholas,18, Lana Ver Hoeff,18, Sarah Croft, 19.

WDFNL grand U17 Old Collegians.

Development squad at Aquazone, Nicole Jongeblood, Jessica Pike, Jake Hicks and Aaron Skinner.

Warrnambool vs Terang.

Warrnambool vs Terang.

Warrnambool Ranger Liam Moloney, 16, was the leading goal scorer, best player and best and fairest in the Ballarat and District Soccer Association.

HFNL: Port Fairy.

Brook Salmon golf pro at Warrnambool Golf Club, is leaving to take job with Titleist, pictured with Michael Hii from Melbourne.

Warrnambool College year 9 students Alannah Nocholas, 14, Jess Hall, 14, Chenee Taylor, 14, and Lana Hayes, 14, planting trees at Tower Hill.

Roy Begley, Keith Begley and Ray Farley are members of Vintage Car Club.

Emmanuel College students taking part in Make Poverty History.

Terang Mortlake volunteer line-marker Gary Cole.

Dale Waldron and his cousin Hamish Waldron are builders who play for Coleraine.

St Joseph’s Primary School students Milly Cowell, 11, (left) Danielle Said, 7, (right) holding dragon flies they made during art week.

Brauer College students Matt Gillin, 17, Chris McDonald, 17, Jarrod Atwell, 16, Karl Moutray, 17, with fox traps.

Warrnambool College students James Baldam,14, and Ben Hooker,14, in their “wheels on motion class”.

Olivia Toth, Hannah McKinnon, Bernard Peel, Andrea Hayes, Fiona Ferrai and Kobi Butler from chase Hair in Timor Street, Warrnambool.

South West Training and Assessment Arthur Curran, Warrnambool Garden Supplies owner Sean Cole, South West Training and Assessment Garry English talking to James Cole from Warrnambool Garden Supplies.

Hawkesdale’s new family centre under construction. with locals Anne-maree Huglin, Britt Gow, Helen Swanbrick, Eloise Swanbrick, and Karen Jackson.

Lyndoch CEO Rhyce Boyle with Warrnambool Masonic lodge’s David Daniel.

Hawkesdale P12 student, Liam Finn, 16, is doing a school-based apprenticeship at Ansonic IT in Warrnambool.

New Merrivale football club coach Jason Porter, with three of his kids, from left: Tate, 4, Tahni, 1, and Jalen, 5.

SEAL Adult Learning and Basic Education students Leanne Hooten, Chloe Kennedy and De-Anne Bandman, with the newsletter they helped produce.

Kolora-Noorat FNC Best and fairest winners, and married couple Kylie and Shane Scanlon.

HFNL A reserve netball Best and Fairest runner-up Tracey Baker (left) and winner Janine Hutt, both from Cobden.

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