I put some anti fog spray on them at the beginning of the season. Maybe they last a season or two before getting scratched up or cracked somehow. I never had a problem at elevations with freezing or ice or anything that more expensive pairs claim to eliminate.
A: I would advise a first time buyer to consider what they are purchasing the firearm for. There is a very large variety of options when it comes to AKs. Purpose, caliber, and price point are going to be the biggest factors. Been a long road to get here, he said. I know that we weren tired at the end of the game. I don know if they were, but we weren and the longer it went, I felt the better it was for us.
The Generals went on a 14 1 run to take a commanding 46 30 lead with 2:50 remaining in the third frame. With 2:13 showing on the clock, Brown got the Warriors scoring again on a layup. Larson followed with a free throw and then a three point bomb to cut the deficit to 46 36 with 1:10 to play in the penultimate period.
Just the other day I was thinking about the silver linings after being dumped. Yes I know it sounds crazy but there are some major silver linings from my breakup. A few months ago I could never have even remotely contemplated this kind of thing, I was in the depths of despair.
Like. I felt like I looked tired or had hangover skin all the time. On tret it’s almost like your skin refracts and reflects and diffuses light differently in a significantly more smooth, but intense way. TOP 10 24 Joel O (Lake Wendouree) 22 Connor Stone (Bacchus Marsh) 22 Bailey Medwell (East Point) 19 Zak Butters (Darley) 19 Charlie Lloyd (Lake Wendouree) 17 Nicholas Canny (East Point) 14 Clinton Eastman (Ballarat) 14 Harrison Mulcahy (North Ballarat) 11 Elliot Lamb (North Ballarat) 10 Joshua Harrington (Bacchus Marsh) CLUB BY CLUB VOTING BACCHUS MARSH: Connor Stone 22, Joshua Harrington 10, Byron Drew 6, James Dickson 6, Jack Hehir 6, Riley Bishop 4, Jay Homewood 2, James Vulic 2 BALLARAT: Clinton Eastman 14, Jed Hill 6, Jeremy Davis 4, Lachlan Rinaldi 4, John Ross 3, Jack Taylor 3, Brandyn Davidson 1, DARLEY: Zak Butters 19, Blake Colley 8, Corey Beaton 2, Joel Cadman 2, Riley Matricardi 2, Thomas Presnell 2, Athanas Zivave 1 EAST POINT: Bailey Medwell 22, Nicholas Canny 17, Sam Hopper 8, Ben Dodd 7, Callum Bowden 5, Matthew Romeril 2, Will McGannon 2, Lincoln Sieben 2 LAKE WENDOUREE: Joel O 24, Charlie Lloyd 19, Mitchell Phillips 7, Callum Mc Kay 6, Ned Nash 5, Robbie Emmerson Jones 3, Jacob Lohmann 3, Angus Creelman 1, Aidan McDougall 1 MT CLEAR: Jessie Marshall 7, Isaac Quick 7, Blake McPhan 5, Aiden Domic 4, Patrick Glanford 2 NORTH BALLARAT: Harrison Mulcahy 14, Elliot Lamb 11, Jack Simpson 7, Ethan McLaren 6, Jack Irvin 4, Sam Bowen 3, Fletcher Loader 4, Fraser Hunt 3, Ryan Polkinghorne 2, Isaac Pertzel 2, Charles Patterson 2, REDAN: Samuel Kyatt 7, Cree Stranks 7, Zac Oliver 6, Zak Wilson 5, Devlin Russell 3, James Herbertson 3, Brody Gilbert 2, Ethan Tebble 2, Monty Judd 1, Devlin Russell 1, Max Tomich 1 17/UNDER SENIOR NETBALL BEST AND FAIREST Eva Gillett adds to her 15/under best and fairest and last year’s 17/under most valuable player award with another best and fairest. TOP 10 27 Eva Gillett (Lake Wendouree) 20 Melanie Freeman (Darley) 17 Abbey Flower (East Point) 16 Ella Bibby (Lake Wendouree) 15 Mia White (Bacchus Marsh) 15 Montanna Mair (Mt Clear) 13 Fiona Bayly (Bacchus Marsh) 13 Sophie Draffin (North Ballarat) 13 Georgia Pidgeon (Ballarat) 12 Zara Nevett (North Ballarat) 12 Kaitlyn Segrave (Bacchus Marsh) CLUB BY CLUB VOTING BACCHUS MARSH: Mia White 15, Fiona Bayly 13, Kaitlyn Segrave 11, Jade White 11, Molly West 3, Georgia Lewis 2, Claire Murray 1 BALLARAT: Georgia Pidgeon 13, Maisy Johnston 3, Breeana Bishop 2, Sarah Cordingley 1 DARLEY: Melanie Freeman 20, Kaylah Blain 8, Abbey Solomon 6, Georgia Condon 3, Maddy McGill 3, Olivia Mills 3, Kaylee Smith 3, Georgia Lane 1, Neve Perry 1 EAST POINT: Abbey Flower 17, Indy McCartin 9, Indiannah Burke 8, Laura Wade 7, Molly Jeffrey 5, Molly Watkins 3, Kristen Foster 1, Ruby Trewek 1 LAKE WENDOUREE: Eva Gillett 27, Ella Bibby 16, Ava Valpied 8, Faith McKenzie 5, Grace Todd 4, Chelsea Amarant 2, Olivia Loader 2 MT CLEAR: Montanna Mair 15, Lauren Robinson 7, Zoe Smith 6, Phoebe Bentley 2, Ruby Hart 1 NORTH BALLARAT: Sophie Draffin 13, Zara Nevett 12, Eliza Bennett 10, Annie Hills 9, Prue Stewart 6, Sophie Gluyas 3, Molly Grech 3, Portia Haase 2, Abby Burrows 21 REDAN: Ella Higgins 9, Abby Simpson 7, Zoe Johnson 6, Sarah Phillips 6, Maddison Venner 1 SEBASTOPOL: Ellie Henderson 6, Sophie Nield 3, Molly O 3, Brooke Degrandi 1, Meg Ryan 1, Teah Rosenow 1 COACHES OF THE YEAR Now it’s time to acknowledge the coaches of the year AFL Goldfields Coaches Association coach of the year: Greg Spratling (Lake Wendouree) FOOTBALL UNDER 10: Scott Dewsbury (Bacchus Marsh) UNDER 12: Steve McCulloch (East Point) UNDER 14: Wayne Sharp (East Point) UNDER 16.5: Brett Vallance (Mt Clear) NETBALL 11/UNDER: Marcelle Geljon (East Point) 13/UNDER: Jill James (Lake Wendouree) 15/UNDER: Kita Eberle (Mt Clear) 17/UNDER: Kyra Miller (Lake Wendouree) BLUE RIBBON AWARDS Victoria Police Blue Ribbon spirit of sport awards: Netballer: Georgia Pidgeon (Ballarat) Netball team: Bacchus Marsh Footballer: Jesse Marshall (Mt Clear) Football team: Darley UNDER 14 SENIOR FOOTBALL BEST AND FAIREST Joshua Carlyle Marks (Mount Clear) gets home by three votes TOP 10 22 Joshua Carlyle Marks (Mount Clear) 19 Jordan Hayes (East Point) 19 Siddharth Rajesh (Lake Wendouree) 18 Mitchell Nicholson (Ballarat) 18 Fergus McDonald (Redan) 17 Harry Sharp (East Point) 15 Nicholas Stevens (East Point) 14 Brock Noble (Lake Wendouree) 12 Will Liston (Ballarat) 11 Matt Schaper (Mount Clear) CLUB BY CLUB BACCHUS MARSH: Daen Sadhai 8, Jack Parent 5, Hamish Garner 4,Ben Wood 3, Mace Cousins 3, Ben Crawford 1, Joshua Banislone 1 BALLARAT: Mitchell Nicholson 18, Will Liston 12,Flynn Kellett 6, Cody Charters 4, Blake Quinlan 3, Ethan Fiegert 3, Charlie Stepnell 2, Luke Polson 2, Matthew Catterson 2, William Hynes 1, Nicholas Gittings 1, Jack Stokes 1 DARLEY: Joshua Arnold 9, Bailey Young 8, Bodhi Jackson 6, Trae Van Leth 6, Darcy Murley 5, Jett Fuller 3, Rylan Tanner 2, Joshua Welton 2, Dylan Lorensini 2, Jy Closter 1, EAST POINT: Jordan Hayes 19, Harry Sharp 17, Nicholas Stevens 15, Luke Cullen 5, Kyle Smith 2, Liam Canny 2 LAKE WENDOUREE: Siddharth Rajesh 19, Brock Noble 14, Will Clark 8, Liam Vercoe 8, Maximus McIntosh 6, , Ethan Appleton 4, Cooper Bath 3, Kyle Edwards 2, Tarun Raven 1, Ethan Henderson 1 MT CLEAR: Joshua Carlyle Marks 22, Matt Schaper 11, Rhys Perry 10, Charlie Molan 10, Kingsley Prendergast 3, Liam Howard 3, Jack Ford 2, Adam Forbes 2, Jack Bambury 1 NORTH BALLARAT: Liam Wood 6, Jamie Quick 4, George Simpson 4, Isaac Carey 3, Ryan Aikman 1, Tyler Dwyer 1, Nicholas Huf 1, Max Riding 1 REDAN: Fergus McDonald 18, Loris Bayly 8, William Rothe 3, Ethan Knight 2, Finn Lappin 2 SEBASTOPOL: Kyle Henderson 2, Carl Roberts 2, Shamus Dunn 2, Mitchell Hodder 1, Katie Cook 1 15/UNDER SENIOR NETBALL BEST AND FAIREST Wow! It’s a three way tie Mia Conlan (Lake Wendouree), Aleisha King (Bacchus Marsh) and Ava Stephens (Redan) all on 16 votes. Just two vote separated the top seven players.