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Swimming: Ash Delaney reunites with Grant Hackett for the world champs in Kazan

Swimming: Ash Delaney reunites with Grant Hackett for the world champs in Kazan

Role reversal: Ashley Delaney, a backstroker now also swimming freestyle. Photo: Simon Scluter.When Ashley Delaney made his first major national team, as a backstroker at the 2006 Commonwealth Games, team captain Grant Hackett was among the earliest to applaud. Yet although Hackett knew Delaney’s name, his time, and something of his joy, the veteran could not have imagined back then that, almost a decade later, both would be relay swimmers bound for next week’s world championships in Kazan, Russia.
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Delaney, reinvented as a versatile freestyler, is a member of a 4 x 100 metre squad missing injured superstar James Magnussen. Hackett, reborn as a mature-aged 4 x 200 metre swimmer after a seven-year retirement and some well-publicised personal difficulties, will be the oldest team member in Russia, with 100-metre breaststroke defending champion Christian Sprenger the middle peg between 35-year-old Hackett and Delaney, 29.

“I still look at him in awe,” says Delaney of the elder statesman. “He’s just a great guy, and a great swimmer. Now that he’s back on the team we’ve had chats and stuff, and it’s just been good to talk to him. He’s just got so much experience and respect around the team and he’s a good leader for the swimming team, as well.”

Delaney, as another of its senior citizens, is also in a different, happier, place these days. At this stage of the last Olympic cycle, the Beijing silver medallist was growing closer to needing a change after almost five years at the AIS; keen to return home to his family and friends in Melbourne.

The problem, as he now sees it, was in the timing. He returned late in 2011, leaving himself little chance to adjust to a new training regime before the 2012 Olympic trials. The cost was immense, with a shattered Delaney missing his first team since that 2006 debut. It was a difficult period for the swimming nut and aspiring coach/swim school owner, who nevertheless did his best to train through the London Games. “There was just a few times where I was …,” he trails off. When you didn’t have it in you? “Yeah.”

At that stage, Rio seemed even further away than the 13,214km Delaney still hopes to travel to a second Olympics next year. “Even some of my family of members asked ‘oh, do you think maybe that’s enough’?” he recalls, along with his reply that while his motivation remained intact, so did his ambitions to swim on. At the world championships in Barcelona the following year, Delaney won a silver medal in the medley relay, and swam a personal best en route to sixth in the 100 backstroke final. “So I knew that I still had my best swims in me.”

What came as a surprise, though, was the role Delaney’s freestyle would play. He had swum “a little bit of it” along the way, but never at nationals. Until last year, when the result for the long-time VIS scholarship-holder was an encouraging ninth. “So then this year I thought I might take it serious and try and sneak in for that relay, which I did, which was a little bit of a blessing in disguise, because my backstroke was a little bit off at that meet.”

Now, he wishes he had broadened his focus earlier in a career that has nevertheless brought a silver medal as a heat swimmer in the medley relay in Beijing Olympics, four medals – including three gold – at the Delhi Commonwealth Games, multiple national records and one Commonwealth mark.

“Definitely regretting that a little bit,” he laughs. “But in saying that it’s given me a little bit more excitement to my swimming, it’s given me something fresh to focus on. After doing the same thing year in, year out, racing the same races, to flip over onto my front has been something fresh. I was still motivated with my backstroke, but it’s sort of given me that little bit of a spark that I can actually do both strokes and be competitive as well.”

He hopes to make a second Olympic team in both disciplines next year, when Hackett will be the oldest, Sprenger next, and Delaney third in the seniority race if all goes to plan for the trio in Rio. ” It’s sort of tough, because people ask me about my age … (but) Geoff Huegill swam his best times at 32, 33, when he came back after he’d had a lot of time out of the water,” says the Sale-raised, Hawthorn-based swimmer.

“So I think if the motivation’s there and you’re doing the right training then you can still get the best out of yourself later on in life. And I started being serious about swimming quite late, at around 15, 16. You’ve got some kids who burn out around 18, 19, because they were winning age nationals from when they were 10. I only ever got a bronze medal at age nationals at age 18, so I feel like I’ve been hungry for a long time, and I still am.”

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Wickers’ finals hopes hurt further by Crows

Wickers’ finals hopes hurt further by Crows

HARD FOUGHT: Jake Hart (Beaufort), Michael Griffin (Creswick) and Brendan Foster (Beaufort) battle for the ball on Saturday. Pictures: Kate Healy.BEAUFORT ‘S five-goals-to-none second half sank Creswick on Saturday.
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A slender three-point margin at half time blew out to a 34-point Crows victory in front of adisbelieving Wickers crowd at Doug Lindsay Reserve.

Creswick matched Beaufort quarter by quarter until half time and the Crows only managed slenderleads because of the home side’sinaccurate kicking.

The Wickers coped well in the muddy conditions for most of the first half, before losing the plot in a scorelessthird term.

The return of ruckman Josh McDermott tothe Graintech Crows’ line-up was evident. It freed Jake Garvey andJarrod Trigg, who had juggled McDermott’s spot the week before.

McDermott was one of four changes to the team before the clash. Branden Sternberg, Brendan

Foster and Mike Cachia replaced Michael Foster, Rohan Brown, James Blackburn and Zach Lockie.

But nothing comes without cost – especially winning.

Skipper Damien Day may be out for the rest ofthe season with a compound fracture to a finger and goal-sneak Jack Duke was hampered with anankle problem.

Duke kicked a spectacular goal off the ground in a rolling wrestling matchduringthebreakaway third term.

Kyle Orr kicked three majors for the Crows and combined with Brendan Foster in aslick play that snagged a great goal in thefirst term.

Foster also got on the scoreboard, along with Levi Cox, Lee Marshall, Joe Mason, Lachie Pfeifer,Aaron Bones and Jake Hart.

Best players for the Crows included Zac Marrow, Steven Lodge and Sternberg.

Joel Berry and Brennan Deppeler were among the bestfor Creswick. Others included Joel Antonio, LukeRobertson and Alex Code.

Beaufort coach Dale Power celebrated the win after a string of close losses to Gordon, Buninyong and Hepburn in recent weeks.

“It’s been tight, frustrating. But we have to play four competitive quarters every week because wedon’t have the scoring capacities to do otherwise. A couple of losses lately could have gone eitherway,” he said.

“That’s footy. We have to roll with the punches.”

Creswick coach Damian Lubeek blamed the loss –which leaves the team 10 points adrift of the Central Highlands Football League top eight with four games to play–on a mental fade-out by his players.

“After the game I told the group I don’t have the answer. The fitness work they’ve been doing isfantastic. The training is really good. It was just above the shoulderstoday. That’s a real disappointingthing,” Lubeek said.

Tim Rieniets

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Magpies begin to fly with successive wins

Magpies begin to fly with successive wins

YOU BEAUTY: Clunes’ Jesse Baird celebrates a goal during Saturday’s 16-point victory over Rokewood-Corindhap. Picture: Kate Healy.
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CLUNEShas managed consecutive wins for the first time this season, after grindingout a 16-point victory over Rokewood-Corindhap.

In an intriguing affair between two inexperienced outfits, the Magpieseventually wore down their opponents to break away in the final term.

Until then, there was little between the two sides.

An even opening quarter saw Clunes lead by a solitary goal at the first change, whichwas reduced to just four points by half time.

Little changed in the third term, as the Magpies once again entered the final breakwith a six-point buffer.

Grasshoppers’ forward Aaron Clarke kicked truly in the opening minutes of the finalquarter to put his side in front, but Clunes quickly replied with a centre clearanceand goal.

From then on, the Magpies dominated.

In a game that was remarkably low-scoring until three quarter time, thingsquickly opened up for Clunes.

Suddenly it was able to find space in the forward line and hit the scoreboard, withJayden Hind (four goals) and Jesse Baird (three) proving a force in attack.

Joint-coach Jason Hill said his young side was able to find another gear in the last quarter.

“We carried the ball and broke the lines,” Hill said.

“At times we caught (the Grasshoppers) flat-footed on the rebound and I think that’swhere the difference was.

“We encouraged our quick runners and ball-users at three quarter time to tackle,tuck the ball under their wing and go with it.”

It was another missed opportunity for Rokewood-Corindhap, which performed wellin the midfield, but struggled to capitalise on its good work with scores.

Too often the Grasshoppers missed easy shots on goal or failed to hit targets in theirforward 50m.

Coach Michael Hynes described the result as “frustrating”.

“Our inability to use the football costs us week in, week out,” Hynes said.

“We continually don’t take our opportunities in the forward line and turn the footyover. Our last month of footy has been really good, and our contested footy, but wecontinually cough the ball up and don’t kick goals when we’re having easy set shots.

“It’s very disappointing and frustrating.”

Forward Cauis Barrenger was excellent for the Emerald Grain Grasshoppers, kicking three goals,while the performance of Jake Weston was also a highlight.

For the Magpies,utility Nick Hind showcased his class,as did Josh Lee.

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Police separate protesters as Brisbane Reclaim Australia rally starts

Police separate protesters as Brisbane Reclaim Australia rally starts

Rally Photo: Tony Moore Scenes at the rally in Brisbane on Sunday. Photo: Tony Moore
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Scenes at the rally in Brisbane. Photo: Tony Moore

Rally Photo: Tony Moore

Rally Photo: Tony Moore

Reclaim Australia rallies in QldRival protesters clash in Melbourne

A strong police presence is separating vocal anti-Islam and anti-racism protesters at Sunday morning’s Reclaim Australia rally in Brisbane in a bid to stem violent scenes that erupted in Melbourne on Saturday.

Police are standing between two sides of the racism divide in Emma Miller Place in the old Roma Street Forum.

On one side is a group of young people grouped under Socialist Alliance banners chanting, “Muslims are welcome in Australia”.

On the other side is a group of older people with signs saying they are members of the Patriot Defence League Australia and the Reclaim Australia movement.

The younger protesters are using whistles, loud hailers and megaphones to drown out Cold Chisel, Men at Work and John Farnham songs.

“Say it loud, say it proud, Muslims are welcome here,” the younger protesters are chanting.

On the other side, among the Reclaim Australia protesters are anti-Islam signs.

One sign says the Koran is an “evil book of hate.”

Another says, “Nazis had a Muslim army.”

Police numbers have moved between the two groups as the noise intensifies.

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Defence ripped apart by Thunder

Defence ripped apart by Thunder

ON TARGET: Bendigo Braves guard Grant Johnson.
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THE Bendigo Bank Braves defence was ripped to shreds by North West Tasmania Thunder in Saturday night’s basketball clash.

Bendigo’s first leg of the Tasmanian double tipped off with a 22-point win on Hobart’s court on Friday night.

The momentum rolled on in the opening quarter against Thunder at Ulverstone.

Bendigo led 35-30 at quarter-time.

From there it was North West Tasmania which took complete control.

Thunder won the next three quarters –27-13, 28-12 and 30-13 –to complete a 115-73 victory.

The Braves battled to lessen the impact that Fred Hunter, 25 points; Garrett Jackson, 23; and Mason Bragg, 19, had on the match.

Leading scorers for Bendigo were Grant Johnson and Josh Wilcher, 13; Michael Vigor, 12; Tony Lewis, 11; and Jordan Vandenberg 10.

The Ben Harvey-coached Braves are at home next Saturday to play Canberra.

Tip-off is at 8pm at Bendigo Stadium.

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Jeffery leads way as Thunder rolls Dragons

Jeffery leads way as Thunder rolls Dragons

ON A ROLL: Crowd favourite Joe Silafau barges through the Temora defence during yesterday’s Group 9 clash at Greenfield Park. The Thunder’s momentum continues to build in the run to the finals. Picture: PETER MERKESTEYN
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CAPTAIN-coach Ben Jeffery led by example to set up a strong 52-4 Albury Thunder win against Temora at Greenfield ParkAlburyon Sunday.

Jeffery, who missed last week to be with his sick partner, bagged a first-half hat-trick as Thunder continued their climb up the Group 9 ladder.

Despite leading 20-4 at the break it was not all one way for the home team.

“I thought we were a bit slow in the first half, but 50 odd to 4 is obviously a really good result for us,” Jeffery said.

“We’re getting there, the second half was good, but the first half just wasn’t.

“Ithought we were a bit slow to start,but we got there in the end and that’s what you want.”

Temora had their chances but, despite breaking the defence several times, were unable to find the line.

And the Thunder made the visitors pay, eventually.

Quick ball movement saw Thunder switch play and go widefor winger Daniel Hill cross out side to open the scoring after 15 minutes.

Shortly after a rampaging Joe Silafau had the Temora defence rattled with a charging run from deep inside Thunder territory.

He had winger Alex Jones in support outside but opted to go inside to his skipper Jeffery, who scooted 25 minutes to the line. Cameron Breust converted to put Thunder up 10-0.

Jeffery was in again when he wrong-footed his opposite Scott Bowden to score in the centres.

The Dragons eventually broke through when Bowden backed up some solid forward attacks close to the line to burst over in the corner.

A minute later it appeared the Dragons were in again after a clever cross-field kick, only to be called back for offside.

The no-try was costly as just minutes before half-time Jeffery gathered a loose Temora ball to cross for his third. Breust made it 20-4 at the break.

Albury came out in the second half full of intention and rattled the Dragons with some solid defence and flashes of brilliance.

Chris Seaton showed greatskills late in the game to pull down a high Cameron Breustkick and cross.

Daniel Hill picked up two tries in a solid day.

Levi Freeman, who also found the line, landed a solid tackle on Brady Oliver midway trough the second half.

Oliver took several minutes to regain his feet.

“We’reon the road again next weekend up to Tumbarumba, so hopefully we can keep putting up some wins and do our best to get into the finals,’” Jeffery said.

“It was a tough week but now hopefully we can just keep the same team on the paddock and keep trying to get some good wins.”

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Cold snap could impact cattle farms

Cold snap could impact cattle farms

Australian farmers are reaching out for help to maintain their animals after a cold snap hit pastures across the country.
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Feed Central business development manager forquality services, Ian Wickham, said producers are looking for supplementary feed options.

“The sudden change in temperature has really knocked native pastures and in many cases the land is too wet for stock,” Mr Wickham said.

“We’ve received a lot of calls from producers looking for high energy feed options to get their animals through this tough period.

“The colder the temperature and the greater the exposure to wet and windy conditions, the greater the increase in maintenance energy requirements.”

However, Haddon farmerChris Draffin says icy mornings are standard for areas around Ballarat and Central Highlands.

It was pretty unexpected for around here,” Mr Draffin laughed.

“It’s fairly stock standard –you have to set the system up to allow for it, but that’s about it.

“It’s (the cold weather) par for the course around Ballarat.”

Mr Wickham said it was important to feed higher quality forage or provide supplemental grain to ensure an active rumen.

“When cows are in poor to marginal condition, there areserious negative effects such as viability of her calf and subsequent breeding performance,” he said.

There are several good options available for farmers needing feed, including lucerne hay and wheaten hay.

Nutritionist Dr Steve Little from Capacity Ag Consulting said farmers need to know the nutritional value of what they are buying, focusing on energy and protein.

“It’s straightforward maths – animals need to be provided with enough food to meet their daily energy and protein requirements for maintenance and production,” he said.

“Farmers need to do a feed budget to calculate how many megajoules of metabolisable energy per day each animal will need to keep on track and then work out how best to meet that requirement.”

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Photos | Griffith Sikh temple opening

Photos | Griffith Sikh temple opening

Photos | Griffith Sikh temple opening Japleen Kaur, 12, is delighted to be at the event.
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The Sikh Nishan Sahib is raised at the new temple.

Hundreds of people take part in the procession.

Young and old took part in the walk.

A Sikh community members washes before entering the new temple.

Sikh community members wore orange for the event.

A Sikh community member prepares to raise the flag at the new temple.

The Sikh community celebrates the milestone.

Community members celebrate the holy day.

Community members entered the grandiose temple.

Flowers are scattered from a helicopter over the temple.

Perminder Singh and Rajvir Singh attend the temple opening.

Joshana Vaghela, Kalpana Patel and Meena Patel at the holy event.

Prekash Patel, Mayur Patel, Bharat Vaghela and Ketam Patel celebrate together.

Sandeep Chalal, Kuljit Singh Ghag, Pinda Ghag and Simran Grewal at the new Sikh temple.

Manmeet Kaur, 15 months, attends the celebration with Charanjit Singh.

Naseem Kahloo, Marium Kahloo and Jaspreet Kaur dress for the occasion.

Navdeep Kaur, 6, Angad Brar, 7, and Jaskiret Brar, 6, enjoy the day.

Kate Tyrrell, Stacey Weeding and Sarah Best celebrate the milestone.

Gagandeep Kaur is all smiles at the new temple.

Arshdrip Kaur, 8, and Japleen Kaur, 13, enjoy the day.

Pawandir Singh joins the holy procession.

Shamsher Singh celebrates the milestone.

Shamsher Singh joined the hundreds of Sikh community members at the temple opening.

Amandeep Singh and Bikramjit Singh join the celebrations.

Aman Singh and Agaazvees Singh, 3, visit the new temple.

Yurvraj Singh, 6, joins the celebration.

Jasmeen Kaur, 10, is all smiles at the new temple.

Deepinder Singh, 9, dresses for the occasion.

Griffith councillor Simon Croce attends the holy event.

Griffith councillor Doug Curran visits the new temple.

Hundreds of people attend the event.

Griffith councillors Anne Napoli, Paul Rossetto and Dino Zappacosta celebrate the milestone.

The Sikh community members prepare to raise the Sikh flag.

Community members walk towards the new temple.

The procession along Kidman Way.

Hundreds of people arrive at the new temple.

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Blues battle mud to beat Bulldogs

Blues battle mud to beat Bulldogs

WASHING machines will be running around the clock after Ballan overcame the heavy conditions and Smythesdale on Saturday.
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The Bluesheld the Bulldogs goalless to record a 134-point win in the mud at home to keep a firm grip on seventh spot.

Ballan hit its straps with a seven-goal third term, ignited by the play of the day from midfielder Shaun Campbell. Campbell’s mid-air volley from the centre clearance hit Sam Hitchings, who found Dan King for the third of his seven goals.

Smythesdale coach Stephen Frys praised the efforts of his charges, despite losing three players to injury.

“I’m very proud of our effort today, we made them work for it. Our attack on the footy was pleasing,” Frys said.

The Bulldogs lost midfielders John Cranny and Aaron Cameron to shoulder issuesand Stephen Smith to a possible rib injury.

The Dogs were best served by Rylan Rattley, Damien Kennedy and Mark Hocking, who never stopped working despite a one-man bench and the trying conditions. For the Blues,King, Campbell,Kyle Doyle andDanny Mullane led the way.

After the win, Ballan coach Mark Williams spoke about the future in light of his new two-year contract.

“We want to keep this list together. We have seven or eight players aged between 21-25 and another nine in the 25-28 bracket, so the future’s looking good. Today was very pleasing, the boys got the job done,” he said.

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10 QuestionsParis Shacklock

10 QuestionsParis Shacklock

1. Who inspires you?
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There are two people really. John Nash, who was a Nobel Peace Prize winner and was the inspiration behind A Beautiful Mind. The other is Martin Luther King.

Mental health advocate and Devonfield Enterprises employee Paris Shacklock. Picture: Katrina Docking.

2. What are you reading and how do you like to relax and wind down at the weekend?

I’ve just started reading the basics of political science for university. And the way that I relax at the weekend is by watching a movie and having a couple of glasses of Bundaberg Rum.

3. What thing couldn’t you live without and what are your three favourite things?

The one thing I couldn’t live without would be my internet connection; particularly my email. My three favourite things are food, four-wheel drives and all of the people I know.

4. If you could invite anyone to dinner, who would it be and what would you eat?

Prince William. And we would have a scotch fillet steak.

5. What do you know now that you wish you had known before?

The basics of topics like sociology and political science. But in saying that, life is about learning.

6. If you had a magic wand, what would you wish for?

An improvement in the social fabric of our community. It’s unfortunate that we have people from disadvantaged backgrounds in our community and I wish there was more opportunity for self-improvement so that we could all get along together.

7. Do you have a favourite place?

My couch chair. Because it’s comfy and it allows me to ponder the universe.

8. Most embarrassing moment?

I was 23 years old and in my second year of university during my agricultural science diploma. The class organised to all get Canterbury rugby tops and I was so excited about mine when it arrived that I put it on straight away.I was in the cafeteria getting a coffee when a friend of mine came up to me and told me I’d left the tag on. She pulled it off but there was about 100 people in there at the time.

9. What’s a defining moment in your life?

There’s so many. But probably receiving the top performance award for agricultural science diploma class.

10. What do you daydream about?

Farming ventures. I’d love to have my own farm one day to run beef cattle and maybe have a couple of paddocks of poppies.

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Defenders help Blues take bite out of Bulldogs

Defenders help Blues take bite out of Bulldogs

GOT IT: Panmure goal keeper Eliza Smith can’t prevent Nirranda goal attack Joanna Couch from getting to the ball first. Picture: Rob Gunstone.
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DEFENDER Rose Delaney has added another string to her bow and led her team to a valuable win along the way.

Delaney was best on court in Nirranda’s 48-36 win over Panmure at Nirranda.

With regular goal keeper Callen Bourke missing the game, Delaney moved from her normal posting at goal defence to fill the void left by Bourke.

It was a successful tranistion as she teamed well with Georgia Haberfield at wing defence to give the Blues a winning edge.

Nirranda coach Anna Murnane said she was thrilled with the way her team fought out such a tight contest.

“We were a couple of goals up at quarter time and then they came back and leveled the score and the game was still in the balance at three-quarter-time,” Murnane said.

“But the girls played well for the whole game and we were able to keep going and finish it off in the last quarter.

“We are just going out there trying to win every time we play and if we make finals that is a bonus.”

The Blues are seventh,just one game from the top five.

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Drink drivers ‘locked out’

Drink drivers ‘locked out’

INTERLOCK: Crocker’s Auto Electrical Service installs interlock devices.
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DRINK-DRIVERS convicted of high-range or repeat offences are having to pay thousands of dollars to have alcohol interlock devices fitted to their vehicles.But it is hoped the impost will save lives and give offenders the chance to get back on the road sooner – legally and sober.Legislation making interlocks mandatory came into effect in NSW on February 1.An interlock is a breath-testing device connected to a vehicle’s ignition.

If the interlock detects alcohol on the driver’s breath it prevents the vehicle starting.

A Riverina court is now regularly imposing interlocks on drivers who are convicted of high-range drink driving or repeated mid-range.The drivers must first serve a driving disqualification period before they can apply for an interlock licence.The minimum period for an interlock device is 12 months.Costs of installing and servicing interlocks are paid for by the driver and can be around $2200 a year.

Drivers who fail to meet interlock requirements can be banned from driving for an additional five years.

“It’s early days yet, but I think overall it’s a good piece of legislation to get people back on the road sooner and able to get on with their lives,” said Wagga criminal lawyer, David Barron.

“And it’s a good prevention because every time they get in the car they are reminded (about drink-driving) because they have to blow in the machine.

“Their passengers are also reminded, as well.

“It has a real deterrence effect.”

Mr Barron said interlock was not a cheap option, but points to financial assistance that can be given to people short on cash.

According to the Centre for Road Safety, interlock service providers offer a concession rate of 35 per cent off the standard cost of installing, leasing, servicing and removing interlocks for people who have afull rate pensioner concession card, a health care card or a Department of Veterans Affairs gold card.

A number of safeguards are in place to stop people gettingaround their interlocks.For example, the device takes a photo of a person blowing into the device and requires drivers to pull over and provide samples throughout a journey.

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Footy fantastic at BeechwoodPhotos

Footy fantastic at BeechwoodPhotos

Footy fantastic at Beechwood | Photos THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO
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THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

THERE was an excellent afternoon of rugby league and rugby union at Beechwood on Saturday afternoon. Pics: MATT ATTARD and IVAN SAJKO

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