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BFL Round 9: Wrap Up

Newcomb would look very optimistic today to try and steal win number one for the season after their reserves got up in the curtain raiser. However, it would not be the case in the senior game. 524 more words

Bellarine Football League 2017

BFL Round 8: Around the Grounds

Newcomb v Drysdale

Drysdale add a second win to their 2017 campaign taking a 40-point win over Newcomb. The home side managed to keep the margin within two goals throughout the first half. 149 more words

Bellarine Football League 2017

BFL Round 7: Wrap Up

A game to forget at home for Portarlington as the top of the ladder Seagulls blinded the Demons by 126 points. Barwon Heads kept the home side to just one goal by halftime. 364 more words

Bellarine Football League 2017

BFL Round 1: Drysdale

DRYSDALE’s opening game for the 2017 season was spoiled as they went down to Anglesea by 75 points at Mortimer Oval.

The game was quickly taken away from them in the first quarter, as the side could not manage to get the ball down into their 50 as effectively as their opponents did. 199 more words

Bellarine Football League 2017

Pippin Drysdale Ceramic Artist

Pippin Drysdale is an exceptional ceramic performer creating landscaped works of art. It really is one thing to produce an amazing plus unique boat but in order to then utilize it as a painting to intricately tell the visual tale is remarkable. 10 more words

Passard's chefs cook up a storm with Launceston's TAFE students

It has begun, the biggest week for students on TAFE hospitality courses in Launceston. Under the captaincy of one of the world’s best chefs Alain Passard, they are prepping lunch for eighty at Josef Chromy Winery, and a fifteen course degustation for one hundred and twenty diners at the college’s restaurant. 1,049 more words


The legendary Alain Passard comes to Tasmania for the Great Chefs Series

Alain Passard is packing his suitcase. In a tiny Parisian apartment above his exquisite restaurant L’Arpege, and at a chateaux in Brittany, he is placing an array of fine garments into a Samsonite Cosmolite, and slipping a bottle of Eau Sauvage into his soap bag, because French men smell wonderful and he will be representing his nation. 972 more words