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Pelican Killed by an Arrow

A dead pelican was discovered on Sunday the 16th of October with an arrow sticking out of its body.

The pelican was found on the beach near Mowbowra Light Industrial Area, by a thirteen year old boy.

It is likely the bird did not die straight away and could’ve been injured anywhere along the coast. The police have been informed and DPAW officers now have the pelican.

If anyone has any information, please contact the Wildlife Officer at DPAW 9947 8000

 

Written by Chelsea Davies.

Young Exmouth Squash Player Competes In Japan

On August 13th, fifteen year old Anita Tsangaris, from Exmouth, flew to Tokyo, Japan, to compete in the Japan Junior Squash Open. Anita is a remarkable young squash player, ranking eighth in Under 17 Girls in Western Australia. Eight other WA players were also selected to represent Australia, as well as two girls and two boys from Queensland. Anita also played in Malaysia for the Penang Junior Open, where her favourite squash player, Nicol David, grew up. She started squash when she was nine years old and has successfully become one of Australia’s best young squash players.
Anita described Tokyo as a ‘crazy big dolls house, everything was so colourful with flashing lights and lots of noise. You had to crane your neck to see the tops of buildings and there were lots of gaming companies. The streets were impeccably clean and the people extremely polite’.
To prepare for the competition, Anita trained six days a week, on the court and in the gym. She has also played in many other competitions, such as; the Geraldton Junior Open, Western Australia State Junior Championships and Junior Nation Titles in Cairns, Queensland. On Monday nights, if she’s not working, she coaches the Exmouth juniors. Prior to the competition, Anita went to Bridgetown to participate in a performance player camp, which involved; fitness testing, mental skills workshops, game assessment write-ups and on court training.
In Japan, Australia and other Asian countries competed, whereas in Penang, it was many other countries including; America, Africa and Canada. In the Japan Junior Open, Anita came tenth and in the Penang Junior Open she came thirty first.

Written by Chelsea Davies.

 
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Young Exmouth Squash Player Competes In Japan

On August 13th, fifteen year old Anita Tsangaris, from Exmouth, flew to Tokyo, Japan, to compete in the Japan Junior Squash Open. Anita is a remarkable young squash player, ranking eighth in Under 17 Girls in Western Australia. Eight other WA players were also selected to represent Australia, as well as two girls and two boys from Queensland. Anita also played in Malaysia for the Penang Junior Open, where her favourite squash player, Nicol David, grew up. She started squash when she was nine years old and has successfully become one of Australia’s best young squash players.
Anita described Tokyo as a ‘crazy big dolls house, everything was so colourful with flashing lights and lots of noise. You had to crane your neck to see the tops of buildings and there were lots of gaming companies. The streets were impeccably clean and the people extremely polite’.
To prepare for the competition, Anita trained six days a week, on the court and in the gym. She has also played in many other competitions, such as; the Geraldton Junior Open, Western Australia State Junior Championships and Junior Nation Titles in Cairns, Queensland. On Monday nights, if she’s not working, she coaches the Exmouth juniors. Prior to the competition, Anita went to Bridgetown to participate in a performance player camp, which involved; fitness testing, mental skills workshops, game assessment write-ups and on court training.
In Japan, Australia and other Asian countries competed, whereas in Penang, it was many other countries including; America, Africa and Canada. In the Japan Junior Open, Anita came tenth and in the Penang Junior Open she came thirty first.
 

Written by Chelsea Davies.

 

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Young Exmouth Squash Player Competes In Japan

On August 13th, fifteen year old Anita Tsangaris, from Exmouth, flew to Tokyo, Japan, to compete in the Japan Junior Squash Open.

Anita is a remarkable young squash player, ranking eighth in Under 17 Girls in Western Australia. Eight other WA players were also selected to represent Australia, as well as two girls and two boys from Queensland. Anita also played in Malaysia for the Penang Junior Open, where her favourite squash player, Nicol David, grew up. She started squash when she was nine years old and has successfully become one of Australia’s best young squash players.

Anita described Tokyo as a ‘crazy big dolls house, everything was so colourful with flashing lights and lots of noise. You had to crane your neck to see the tops of buildings and there were lots of gaming companies. The streets were impeccably clean and the people extremely polite’.
To prepare for the competition, Anita trained six days a week, on the court and in the gym. She has also played in many other competitions, such as; the Geraldton Junior Open, Western Australia State Junior Championships and Junior Nation Titles in Cairns, Queensland. On Monday nights, if she’s not working, she coaches the Exmouth juniors. Prior to the competition, Anita went to Bridgetown to participate in a performance player camp, which involved; fitness testing, mental skills workshops, game assessment write-ups and on court training.
In Japan, Australia and other Asian countries competed, whereas in Penang, it was many other countries including; America, Africa and Canada. In the Japan Junior Open, Anita came tenth and in the Penang Junior Open she came thirty first.
 

Written by Chelsea Davies

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Late team dinner in a Kerioki room.

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Team Photo.

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