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Posted by on 18/07/2018

Date set for Head2Head ocean swim Swimmers leave the surf in last year’s Head2Head event at Black Head.
Nanjing Night Net

BLACK Head Surf Club’s annual Head2Head ocean swim will be held on Sunday January 15.

Threeevents, a 700m and 1500m swims along with a 12km ski paddle will be on the program.

Lochie Hinds from Sydney, competing at Black Head for the first timewonthe 700m/1500m men’s double.

He is expected back next month.

Eight sides for Stan Austin ShieldEIGHT sides will contest the annual Stan Austin Shield under 16 cricket carnival to be played in here from Monday January 9 to Thursday January 12.

Mid North Coast, Far North Coast, North Coast, Hunter, Tamworth, Armidale, Manning and newcomers Roseville will be represented.

Matches will be played on turf wickets at Forster, Old Bar, Taree and Wingham.

No play was possible in the shield this year because of wet weather.

Flathead biting in lower estuaryBy Ian PereiraTHE Manning has produced another solid week of fishingwith good catches of flathead being made from all parts of the lower estuary.

Soft plastic lures and hard bodied lures are proving to be best to takefish.

Some good bream are being caught from the wall on yabbies while luderick are takingyabbies at night.

The wall and the edges of the weed beds above Harringan’s Pub at Harrington Waters are producinggood catches of luderick.

Whiting are taking worms and yabbies on the spit in the mouth of the river.

Outsidesnapper, trag and pearl perch have been boated from the northern grounds.

Flathead have been taken on the drift.

Out wider in 80 fathoms the big mahi mahi are still being caught.

Danial Stone will lead Manning 35s in Sunday’s inter-district clash against Hastings Cutters at Chatham Park.

Two inter-district clashesTHERE will be two Mid North Coast inter-district cricket matches played in Taree on Sunday.

Manning’s under 19s, led by United all-rounder Tom Burley, will meet Macleay at the Johnny Martin Oval.

At Chatham Park the Manning 35s, with Danial Stone, also from United, will tackle Hastings Cutters.

Both games will start at 10am.

This will be the opening game of the season for the 19s. However, the 35s will be looking to open their account after going down to Macleay last month.

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