Victorian State Championships – Dingley International

    

9.45pm: Vic Duncan wins Victorian State Championship

Vic Duncan completed a tsunami-like whitewash of the APL/888PL Victorian State Championship final table to claim victory, the first prize of $4000 and a Main Event seat. Duncan, a regular at venues throughout Melbourne’s south-east, trailled Daniel Simonetta 2.2 million to 1.8 million when their heads-up battle commenced, but it didn’t take long for him to gain ascendancy and send the player who’d dominated throughout much of the day to the rail.

The end came when Duncan shoved all-in pre-flop with As-10c, and Simonetta (Qc-8d) called. The board was spread 6h-10s-7s-Ac-Jh, giving Duncan two-pair and after a thorough count, he was declared the first Victorian State Champion under the new banner of the APL & 888PL.

That completes our coverage from the Dingley International and the APL/888PL Victorian State Championship. We’d like to thank the venue and tournament staff for their assistance and professionalism on a challenging day as players from both brands came together for the first time at a major event in Victoria. Keep an eye on PMA for details of our future live reporting commitments.

9.35pm: Bailey and Halverson eliminated

The knockouts continue in quick succession, leaving Vic Duncan and Daniel Simonetta to battle heads-up for the APL/888PL Victorian State Championship title. The final female player Drew Bailey committed her remaining chips with Kd-3c only to find Simonetta poised to attack with Ah-Kh.

The board of Ks-5c-10c-Js-5s hit both players but Bailey had the worst of it and bowed out in fourth. Two hands later, Simonetta has again in the midst of the action when his Kh-Qh connected on the river of a board that flowed 5d-5s-8c-8s-Kc against the Qs-Jh of Warren Halverson.

9.30pm: Whittaker and Gunn eliminated

We have a new chip leader after Vic Duncan KOed two players on the same hand. It went all-in for Glen Gunn, all-in for Duncan and call all-in for Brian Whittaker. Gunn showed Qs-10s, Duncan was miles ahead with Ac-Ad while Whittaker’s As-Jd also needed plenty of help. The board ran out 5s-8c-3d-5h-Ks, Whittaker was out in sixth, Gunn farewelled us in fifth and Duncan is now on 1.85 million.


9.20pm: Rob Cvijrticanin eliminated in seventh position

Rob Cvijrticanin had been among the chip leaders for the bulk of the day but came unstuck when he declared all-in holding As-7d. Vic Duncan was again at the heart of the action, and called with Kh-Qc. The flop of Qs-9c-4c was enough for Duncan to take the pot and send Cvijrticanin on his way in seventh for $600 and a Main Event seat.

9.15pm: Two more eliminations

Daniel Simonetta has extended his chip lead after claiming the scalp of Craig Becker in ninth place. It was pocket aces against pocket nines, with Simonetta’s stronger hand holding sway. Two hands later, Keryl Ford hit the rail in eighth position after committing her short stack of 180,000 with A-J against the pocket queens of Vic Duncan. The ladies played, and the lady was on her way but with the first of the Main Event seats in her possession.

9pm: Cam Downing eliminated in 10th place ($400)

The short stack Cam Downing declared all-in over Craig Becker’s raise from early position, with Becker making the call and showing Ah-8h. Downing revealed 10c-8s but loved the flop of 6h-5c-7d. The turn Qc missed both players but the Ac on the river gave Becker the pot and sent Downing to the rail.

8.45pm: Final table decided

The cards are in the air at the final table for the first Victorian State Championship played under the combined APL/888PL banner, with Daniel Simonetta leading the field on 850,000 while Cam Downing is the short stack on 115,000. Two female players – Keryl Ford (300,000) and Drew Bailey (230,00) are also still in contention. There are 10 minutes remaining in level 19, with blinds at 20,000/40,000 and an ante of 5000:

Players to fall just short of the final table were Stratos Tourogiannis (11th), Daniel Venner (12th), Steve Evans (13th) and Peter Gretgrix (14th). The survivors are taking a short break while their chips are transferred to the championship table in the heart of the Dingley International function room.

8.30pm: Coming soon … the Main Event!

Players in today’s APL/888PL Victorian State Champs are not only playing for thousands of dollars in prizemoney but also eight seats in the first MAIN EVENT, which is scheduled for Crown Casino on February 23-26.

An action packed four-day festival is scheduled, including a Last Chance Qualifier for those desperate for the very last seats into the MAIN EVENT, a Satellite, Teams Event and the APL Player of the Year Final – an eight-player table, battling it out for the POTY title and the winner-takes-all prize of $45,000!

Qualifiers from both APL and 888PL will then take part in the first ever co-branded MAIN EVENT, boasting an estimated minimum $500,000 prizepool. With the integration of Australia’s leaders in pub and club poker, we expect up to 600 players to hit the tables on day one of this tournament, with hundreds of friends, family and fellow poker enthusiasts coming along to be a part of this spectacular event.

The MAIN EVENT will be a three-day poker tournament with all qualifiers taking their seats on Friday, February 24. It will be survival of the (poker) fittest and luckiest from there on in, as players strive to survive each day in order to continue their journey towards being crowned the inaugural MAIN EVENT Champion. With just over four months to go, keep your eyes glued to www.playAPL.com and www.888pl.com.au for upcoming MAIN EVENT satellite events and other opportunities for you to win your MAIN EVENT seat.

8.15pm: The strong get stronger

We’ve lost count of the number of players Daniel Simonella has sent to the rain today, with Maree Wilson his most recent victim in 15th place (for $200). Gary Thorne (16th) and Michael Vine (17th) have also departed the tournament area, leaving 14 contenders across two tables eyeing one of the 10 final table positions and eight Main Event seats.

7.45pm: Which League will triumph?

Bragging rights are still up for grabs here at the Dingley International with nine 888PL regulars and eight APL players comprising the 17 players eyeing the first prize of $4000 plus a Main Event seat. The players still in contention are Drew Bailey, Craig Becker, Cam Downing, Vic Duncan, Stratos Tourogiannis, Dan Simonetta, Marie Wilson, Keryl Ford, Brian Whittaker, Glenn Gunn, Gary Thorne, Daniel Venner, Warren Halverson, Michael Vine, Steve Evans and Peter Gretgrix.

7.30pm: 18 eye spot at final table

Players are leaving the tournament area with almost every hand – Patrick Jackson (19th), Matthew Conway (20th), Ryan McLaughlin (22nd), Lynne Harley (23rd), and Greg White (24th) all collected $125 while Tim Brown hung on long enough to progress to the next pay scale of $150. The remaining 18 players are six-handed, with blinds about to lift to 15,000/30,000 and an ante of 3000. The average stack is just under 225,000.

6.45pm: Two dozen chasing eight Main Event seats

The dinner break is just a few minutes away with 24 players set to return for the evening session after sampling some more of the gourmet delights here at the popular Dingley International. Ben Dimarco departed in 29th after he shoved on a flop of 2s-9d-7d holding pocket aces, only to find Craig Becker holding pocket deuces for a set. Next to go was Reece Cordeux after he committed his short stack with Qd-Jd. Keryl Ford called and showed As-Jc, which prevailed on a board of 7d-6h-Js-2c-Kh.

Mark Wallis placed 27th after his pocket sevens lost a race against the A-10 of Rob Cvijrticanin, followed soon by Shane Charles after his As-Jc failed to improve against the pocket queens of Brian Whittaker. The last player sent to the rail before the dinner break was 81-year-old John McNeil, who sent his K-J to battle the pocket eights of Stratos Tourogiannis only to watch a third eight land on the flop.

6.30pm: Simonella sets sail

James Bartholomeusz (30th), Mario Lanza (31st) and Bill Prokhovnik (32nd) are the first two players eliminated after the bubble, each earning $100. Prokhovnik’s performance was particularly noteworthy as he’d struggled with a below-average stack for much of the afternoon. Daniel Simonella has improved his stack to a massive 585,000 and leads Cam Downing (335,000), Robert Cvijrticanin (320,000), Drew Bailey (270,000) and Vic Duncan (255,000). The blinds have just been bumped up to 7000/14,000 with an ante of 1000.

6.15pm: Hounam departs on the bubble

David Hounam (pictured above) has been eliminated in 33rd place to be confirmed in the unwanted bubble position. He shoved for the last of his short stack with K-J on a flop of 8-7-6 but found the caller had flopped a straight with 4-5. The board ran out 4-9, and a generous round of applause broke out for the 32 in-the-money finishers.

6pm: Simonetta just gettin’ better

Three players will miss out on a payout with the Victorian State Champs field down to 35 players. Daniel Simonetta has just bolted to a big chip lead after KOing another big stack. It was pocket aces against pocket kings, with Simonetta finding a third king on the turn to propel his stack to more than 370,000. Blinds are at 5000/10,000 (ante 1000) and the average stack is just shy of 115,000.

5.45pm: It’s the State Champs top 40!

Just 40 players spread across five tables remain in the APL/888PL Victorian State Championships with the average stack just over 100,000 and blinds at 4000/8000 (ante 1000). Robert Cvijrticanin is still chip leader after sending two more short stacks to the rail. The top 32 players receive a minimum payout of $100.

5.30pm: Chip count (approximate)

Robert Cvijrticanin 247,000
Keryl Ford 188,000
Vic Duncan 175,000
Mario Lanza 160,000
Daniel Simonetta 148,000
David Hounam 130,000

5pm: Ford hits top gear

Eliminations continue thick and fast with just seven of the original 39 tables still being utilised and fewer than 60 players chasing the Victorian State Championship title. Respected 888PL player Keryl “Gizmo” Ford holds the chip lead on 167,000 but several players now hold stacks of approximately 150,000 as the race for a payout and the Main Event seats on offer heats-up. Blinds are up to 3000/6000 with an ante of 500.

4.30pm: Irish eyes are smiling

In addition to some of the bigger names on the local APL scene, several 888PL high achievers are still in the hunt for a shot at this State title as players prepare to take their seats for level 12 (2000/4000 with an ante of 500). Bill Prokhovnik is a consistent performer at this level and, although he’s holding just 29,000 in chips, he’s clawed back to that point from a much shorter stack.

Pat “The Irish” Dillon is a well-known 888PL identity. He final-tabled the August Grand Final event and with 67,000 heading into the third session of the day, he’s ideally positioned for another deep run. Likewise, David Hounam – another 888PL regular who has performed well at State level – is among the larger stacks in the room with 110,000. Another 888PL has assumed the chip lead, with Robert Cvirticanin from the St Albans Sports Club on 147,000.

4.15pm: Sharks lurking near the surface

Fewer than 115 players remain in contention for the title of Victorian State champion with barely 10 minutes remaining in the second session of play. A quick look around the room revealed that there’s some genuine class among the contenders, including Scott Davy, who won the July APL State final in Bairnsdale. As a result, Scott won an ANZPT Melbourne seat and finished 14th (worth more than $8000).

We’ve also spotted recent Yarra Ranges regional champion Scott Sullivan (holding about 50,000) and one of the young guns here today, Jason Gannon. The 19-year-old, who just trebled up to 60,000, is a recent APL BGB region champion. His mother is Donna Moore, who is a past APL State final winner and appeared on the Australian Poker Hero television program. Moore was also playing today but has been eliminated.

3.45pm: One big happy family

The recent merger of the 888PL and APL represented the biggest shift in the pub poker industry since its inception six years ago. Both brands were well established in Victoria, and that’s reflected by the fairly even spread between APL and 888PL players in today’s Victorian State Championship.

Staff and management from each company deserve credit for the professional manner in which they’ve handled the merger. And for many of the players here today, it’s the first time they’ve “crossed the border” from the brand to which they’ve been accustomed. Indeed, a show of hands a few minutes ago indicated only a handful of Main Event players had experienced both leagues.

Each time the chip lead changes from an APL player to an 888PL player, there’s a cheer from one corner of the room or another, but it’s fair to say the rivalry is a pretty friendly one and everyone’s thrilled with the opportunities that the combination of the two biggest operators in Australian pub and club poker will provide.

3.15pm: Hemingway shows the way

Players are in the early stages of level 10, with blinds up to 1000/2000 and an ante of 200. Such has been the rate of eliminations that the Main Event field has been reduced into less than half of the tournament area at the Dingley International (fewer than 150 players spread across just 19 tables). But with so many eliminations, someone has be the recipient of those chips and, for the moment, it’s Carolin Hemingway (pictured above) representing the iconic Village Belle Hotel in St Kilda, who holds the only stack of 100,000 or more – 108,000 to be exact.

2.30pm: A winning pair

We have players here today from all walks of life, including a few facing a few more challenges than most. But that’s no excuse when it comes to poker for guys like Paddy Jackson (pictured above), who’s made the short trek from nearby Clayton for today’s Victorian State Championships. With good mate Evan helping him out, Paddy is hoping to still be here later this evening when the big money and Main Event seats are up for grabs. He just lost a big pot when he rans pocket nines into pocket jacks, but his stack of 11,000 is more than enough to stay in the game.

2pm: Cowboys KOed

Blinds have crept up to 400/800, the last level before antes start to kick-in. Throw enough poker players into the same room and you’ll seem some weird hands play out, and that was just the case for the two players with pocket kings who found themselves all-in pre-flop against a player holding A-Q. An ace on the flop was enough to send our cowboys to the rail.

1.40pm: Daniel darts to early lead

All credit to the food and beverage staff at the Dingley International after feeding and watering hundreds of players and spectators in record time during the first break of the APL/888PL Victorian State Champs. The remaining 350-plus players are back in the tournament room for the next level (300/600).

Daniel Simonetta (pictured above) appears to be the chip leader holding 50,000 with other big stacks held by Kyle Lewis (Ballarat) on 44,000 and Carolin Hemingway (43,000). At the other end of the scale, where are plenty of players nursing just a few black 100 chips, looking for a spot to make a move.

1pm: Parma time!

The charge to the dining room for a $10 parma is underway as players take the first break of the day in the APL/888PL Victorian State Champs. The majority of the field of more than 400 players have just filed past our media table, many with a tale of woe such as the poor bloke who busted when an opponent made a runner-runner-runner-runner straight. Bad beats come in all shapes and sizes.

12.30pm: We’re settling in for a long day

MCs Ernie and Kayla have started calling the action from the floor and the rate of eliminations has been steady (judging from the increased action at the bar and a few empty tables that are starting to appear). Daniel Simonetta appears to be the early chip leader on approximately 43,000 and there are several other stacks north of 30,000 (players started with 10,000 in chips).

The all-in action is eagerly followed, especially when someone manages to run 7-2 into pocket aces pre-flop – “come on 7-2,” came the call from one railbird. And we were delighted to see a couple of tables applaud a fellow competitor when she rivered a full-house to take down a big pot. That’s not something you’re likely to see in a casino poker room!

Noon: Poker dreams come in all shapes and sizes

In a few hours’ time, the remaining nine players in the WSOP Main Event will take their seats to decide the 2011 champion. In poker terms, it’s a world away from the Dingley International but for many of the 404 players here today, this is their first taste of major tournament poker.

This year’s November Nine comprises players from seven different nations, and in State terms, the field in the Victorian State Champs is every bit as diverse. There are players from across Melbourne and as far afield as Mildura, Portland, Yarram and Bairnsdale.
Players are halfway to their first break of the day, and the structure of the remainder of the day will comprise:

Level 4: 100/200
Level 5: 200/400

BREAK

Level 6: 300/600
Level 7: 400/800
Level 8: 500/1000 (ante 100)
Level 9: 700/1400 (ante 100)
Level 10: 1000/2000 (ante 200)
Level 11: 1500/3000 (ante 300)

BREAK

Level 12: 2000/4000 (ante 500)
Level 13: 3000/6000 (ante 500)
Level 14: 4000/8000 (ante 1000)
Level 15: 5000/10,000 (ante 1000)
Level 16: 7000/14,000 (ante 1000)

BREAK

Level 17: 10,000/20,000 (ante 2000)
Level 18: 15,000/30,000 (ante 3000)
Level 19: 20,000/40,000 (ante 3000)
Level 20: 30,000/60,000 (ante 5000)
Level 21: 40,000/80,000 (ante 5000)
Level 22: 50,000/100,000 (ante 10,000)
Level 23: 100,000/200,000 (ante 20,000)
Level 24: 150,000/300,000 (ante 30,000)

11.10am: First elimination

The first player has lasted less than eight minutes. It was revealed that the unfortunate lass was a listed APL player. She quickly left the room to a few competitive jeers from 888PL players about her affiliation. It’s great to see these groups coming together but you get the sense that it’s quite competitive between the original two brands.

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Players are filing in thick and fast as the excitement builds around the Victorian State Championship event here at Dingley International.  Players are thankful to get out of the heat where inside they’ll enjoy the cool 18 degrees on the main playing floor. Organisers are expecting over 300 players for the main event. There are even 5 tables downstairs being used to fit this sized field. The top 32 players will get paid today. The majority of players are now seated with cards in the air by 11am.

10am: Welcome to the APL/888PL Victorian State Champs

Welcome to PokerMedia Australia’s coverage of the 888Poker League (888PL) and Australian Poker League’s (APL) Victorian State Championship, live from the Dingley International Hotel/Motel in Melbourne’s south-east. Players are beginning to make their way into the tournament area for the start of play after a warm and uncomfortable Melbourne night.

To have qualified players needed to have: finished top 3 of a regular away event scoreboard; finished top 5 on any regional scoreboard; or won a special event with an advertised State Champs Seat included in the prize. Players will start with 10,000 in chips, and blinds will increase every 25 minutes.

As well as a generous cash component, there will be several seats to the MAIN EVENT awarded to the top performing players. Presented by Full House Group, owners of 888PL and APL, the MAIN EVENT will be held at Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne in February 2012, where an estimated $500,000 prize pool will be up for grabs.

It’s unusual to have a complete list of players before the first hand is dealt, so we’re delighted to present the full line-up for today’s State Championships:

Aaron Vawdon         DOYLES BRIDGE HOTEL
Aaron Pickard         PAKENHAM INN
Aaron Donoghue         RAILWAY HOTEL
Adam Thompson         GOLDEN SQUARE HOTEL
Adam Slomczewski         KINGS CREEK HOTEL
Adam Branch         ROYAL OAK HOTEL
Adam Lynch         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Adam Muarem         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Adam Smith         WINCHELSEA HOTEL
Adam Azhopour         YARRAVILLE CLUB
Adrian Anderson         COMMERCIAL HOTEL YARRAM
Alan Lehner         HIGHWAYS TABARET
Alex Sacca         MOONEE VALLEY LEGENDS
Ali Mustafa         Metro Outer North
Alistair Raskas         BERWICK SPRINGS HOTEL
Allan Russell CAULFIELD RACECOURSE TABARET
Amanda Charlton-Nuzzo         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Andrew Long         CENTRAL HOTEL ARARAT
Andrew Dackas         GRAND HOTEL MORNINGTON
Andrew McLean         HIBERNIAN HOTEL
Andrew Snashall         KNOX CLUB
Andrew Freeman         RAILWAY HOTEL BANNOCKBURN
Andrew McDiarmid         TEMPLESTOWE HOTEL
Andrew Mularczyk         Metro Inner South East
Andrew Brown         Metro Outer North East
Angelo  Garraffo         POACHERS PARADISE HOTEL
Ann Mitchell         MILDURA BREWERY BAR (THEATRE CLUB)
Anthony Panuccio         NORLANE HOTEL
Anthony Tyson         PAKENHAM INN
Anthony Petrovic         SUGAR GUM TAVERN
Anthony Ellis         THE WARRAGUL CLUB
Anthony Burton          AURN PONDS HOTEL
Anthony Hulands         Bendigo
Arsenia Allen         KNOX CLUB
Ash Johnson         PLAYHOUSE BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Ashlee Read         LANGWARRIN HOTEL
Ashleigh Peterson         ST ALBANS SPORTS CLUB
Belinda Cain         YOUR BREAK
Ben Vasiliou         DAVA HOTEL
Benjamin Russell         WHITE EAGLE HOUSE
Bianca Keirl         GLOBE HOTEL
Bill Durrington         BERWICK SPRINGS HOTEL
Bill Watson         SHAMROCK HOTEL
Billy Oggero         COBDEN GOLF CLUB
Bradley James         POACHERS PARADISE HOTEL
Bradley Marwood         Bendigo
Brenda Charles         ST ALBANS SPORTS CLUB
Brendan Moss         SALE RSL CLUB
Brett Cozzani         WANTIRNA HILL CLUB
Brian Whittaker         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Carmin Adamo         WANGARATTA CLUB
Carolin Hemingway         VILLAGE BELLE HOTEL
Casey Slater         ATLANTIC HOTEL
Cherie Marnell         MOONEE VALLEY LEGENDS
Cheryl Sheppard         PORTARLINGTON GOLF CLUB
Chris Newell         CITY MEMORIAL BOWLS CLUB
Chris Flynn         CITY MEMORIAL BOWLS CLUB
Chris Apswoude         IVANHOE HOTEL (VIC)
Chris Foster         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Chris Feros         YOUR BREAK
Chris Galanis         Metro Outer South East
Clint McCormick         CAULFIELD RACECOURSE TABARET
Colin Noble         LYNBROOK HOTEL
Colin Jephcott         MORWELL CLUB
Craig Becker         MORWELL CLUB
Cyprus Barak Metro Outer North West
Damian McIntyre         PLAYHOUSE BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Daniel Brash         CLUB RINGWOOD
Daniel Goonan         HIBERNIAN HOTEL
Daniel Brack         MOONEE VALLEY LEGENDS
Daniel Feldman         RAILWAY HOTEL BANNOCKBURN
Daniel Bollard         ROXBURGH PARK HOTEL
Daniel Venner         ROYAL OAK HOTEL
Daniel Parke         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Daniel Levy Metro Inner South East
Danny Cashman         BAIRNSDALE SPORTING & CONVENTION CENTRE
Danny Tomori         PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL
Darren Price         WHITE EAGLE HOUSE
Darrin Mortimer         GLOBE HOTEL
Daryl Cobbledick         WINCHELSEA HOTEL
Dave Roche         KNOX TAVERN
David Saric         BULLA HOTEL
David Higgins         COMMERCIAL HOTEL YARRAM
David Riley         NORLANE HOTEL
David Brain         Bendigo
David Hounam         Metro Outer East
David J. Williams         Metro Outer North East
Dean Parker         MILDURA BREWERY BAR (THEATRE CLUB)
Dean Addamo         Metro Outer North
Deborah Armstrong         COMMERCIAL HOTEL YARRAM
Deborah Cullen         KNOX TAVERN
Declan Sherwell         RICHMOND HENTY HOTEL
Deirdre Whelan         ROSEBUD HOTEL
Deniz Yilmaz         MAXINES GENTLEMENS CLUB
Des McFarlane         TOOLEYBUC SPORTING CLUB
Domenic Fotia         EUSTON BOWLS AND RECREATION CLUB
Dominic Madio         EUSTON BOWLS AND RECREATION CLUB
Donald Evans         MORWELL CLUB
Donna Foley         MINERDOME SPORTS CLUB
Duane Ebbels         MILDURA GATEWAY TAVERN
Eli Talasinga         EUSTON BOWLS AND RECREATION CLUB
Emily Charles         Metro Outer North West
Emma Bell-Inskip         DAVA HOTEL
Enrico Pullmano         BAIRNSDALE SPORTING & CONVENTION CENTRE
Errol Gregory         COMMERCIAL HOTEL YARRAM
Evan Harrison         ANGLERS TAVERN
Faye (Josefina) Mendez         ZAGAME’S CAULFIELD CLUB HOTEL
Fedi Moustafa         MOONEE VALLEY LEGENDS
Frank Lagozzino         HILL TOP GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Frank Puccio         OVERLANDER HOTEL MOTEL
Frank Kormos         PAKENHAM INN
Frank Villari         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Frank Vey         WANTIRNA HILL CLUB
Gareth Davis          HA’PENNY BRIDGE
Gary Kerian         PLAYHOUSE BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Gavin West HIBERNIAN HOTEL
Geoff Skinner         MOONEE VALLEY LEGENDS
George Pajic         DORSET GARDENS HOTEL
George Cumbo         RICHMOND HENTY HOTEL
George Darwin         THE WARRAGUL CLUB
Glen Gunn         Metro Inner West
Glenn Angus         PLAYHOUSE BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Glenn Leyland         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Graeme Charles         ST ALBANS SPORTS CLUB
Graham Hein         NORLANE HOTEL
Greg Dalais         HIGHWAYS TABARET
Greg Freeman         SALE GREYHOUND RACING CLUB
Greg Harper         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Greig Nichols         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Hannah White         COBDEN GOLF CLUB
Heather Morley         CAMBRIAN HOTEL
Holly Freeman         CAMBRIAN HOTEL
Huy Tran         ROXBURGH PARK HOTEL
Ian Cochrane         CRIB POINT BAR AND BISTRO
Ian Stewart         HAMPTON PARK TAVERN
Ian  Guzzardi         SUGAR GUM TAVERN
Jackson Howe         ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL
James Felekos         COBDEN GOLF CLUB
James Thwaites         GOLDEN SQUARE HOTEL
James Perkins         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
James Bartholomeusz         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Jamie Anlezark         Metro Outer South East
Janine Martin         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Jarryd Sadler         THE PENINSULA CLUB
Jason Grieves         ANGLERS TAVERN
Javier Luppino         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Jeanette Barclay         PORTARLINGTON GOLF CLUB
Jeanette McIvor         YARRAVILLE CLUB
Jenny Houchen         COMMERCIAL HOTEL YARRAM
Jenny  Dee         HILL TOP GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Jeremy James         PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL
Jessica Armstrong         HOTEL SHAMROCK
Jessica Tebbutt         PORTLAND RSL MEMORIAL BOWLING CLUB
Jessica Young         SHAMROCK HOTEL
Joanna Haitsma         WINCHELSEA HOTEL
Jo-Anne Littleford         HAMPTON PARK TAVERN
Jodie Liddlelow         ATLANTIC HOTEL
Joe Giaquinta         HIGHWAYS TABARET
Joe Andrieri         ROSEBUD HOTEL
Joe Pataki         SALE GREYHOUND RACING CLUB
Joey Cosentino         MULGRAVE COUNTRY CLUB
John Taylor         BARWON CLUB HOTEL
John McNeil         CLUB RINGWOOD
John Tsirigos         DINGLEY INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
John Katsanakis         MALVERN VALE HOTEL
John Apswoude         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Johnathon Ellul         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Jon Burman         MALVERN VALE HOTEL
Jonathan Bredin         HA’PENNY BRIDGE
Josh Karlovic         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Joshua Foster         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Joy  Gunn         YARRAVILLE CLUB
Judy McKenzie         BAIRNSDALE SPORTING & CONVENTION CENTRE
Kacie Stewart         HA’PENNY BRIDGE
Ken Skinner         GOLDEN SQUARE HOTEL
Ken Hickmott         POACHERS PARADISE HOTEL
Kenneth Glendinning         ST ANDREWS HOTEL
Kerry Fraser         THE WARRAGUL CLUB
Keryl Ford         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Kim Fisher         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Kliment Taseski         IVANHOE HOTEL
Kyle Lewis         BALLARAT AND DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB/FLYING HORSE BISTRO
Kym Andrews YOUR BREAK
Laith Hanna         Metro Outer North
Laurie Gasper         ST ANDREWS HOTEL
Lawrence Hayes         BALLARAT AND DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB/FLYING HORSE BISTRO
Leandra King         RAILWAY HOTEL
Len Taylor         WHITE EAGLE HOUSE
Leon Day         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Les Hughes         Gippsland
Leslie Constantinou         KEALBA HOTEL
Libby Gregory         COMMERCIAL HOTEL YARRAM
Lino Rinaldi         MULGRAVE COUNTRY CLUB
Lisa Killackey         HUNTLEY HOTEL
Louise Dean         BALLARAT AND DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB/FLYING HORSE BISTRO
Louise Travaille RAILWAY HOTEL BANNOCKBURN
Lucio Esposito         BROWNS CORNER HOTEL
Luke Mussared         WANTIRNA HILL CLUB
Lyndon Eddy         HUNTLEY HOTEL
Lynette Matthew         IVANHOE HOTEL
Mandy Brient         BAIRNSDALE SPORTING & CONVENTION CENTRE
Marcel Van Lankveld         MORWELL CLUB
Maree Wilson         RICHMOND HENTY HOTEL
Margaret Dyer         WANGARATTA CLUB
Margarette Lee         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Marilyn Walsh         WINDERMERE HOTEL
Mario Lanza         DORSET GARDENS HOTEL
Mario Mamone         GOL GOL HOTEL
Mark Britt         BALLARAT AND DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB/FLYING HORSE BISTRO
Mark Collicoat         CAMBRIAN HOTEL
Mark Baird         HILL TOP GOLF AND COUNTRY CLUB
Mark Wallis         NORLANE HOTEL
Mark Perry         YARRAVILLE CLUB
Mark Brogan         ZAGAME’S CAULFIELD CLUB HOTEL
Marssel Meseha         MULGRAVE COUNTRY CLUB
Martin Healy         SALE GREYHOUND RACING CLUB
Mary Knight         THE IVY LOUNGE BAR
Mathew Thomas         MINERDOME SPORTS CLUB
Mathew Star         WANGARATTA CLUB
Matt Dent         BROWNS CORNER HOTEL
Matt Vella         BULLA HOTEL
Matt Portbury         DORSET GARDENS HOTEL
Matt Dimech         MAROONDAH SPORTS CLUB
Matt Conway         NORLANE HOTEL
Matt Flower         VILLAGE BELLE HOTEL
Matthew Barbuto         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Matthew Davidson         WELSHPOOL HOTEL MOTEL
Maureen Wilson         THE IVY LOUNGE BAR
Megan Norris         THE IVY LOUNGE BAR
Melissa Vawdon         DOYLES BRIDGE HOTEL
Michael Solima         BROWNS CORNER HOTEL
Michael Vine         CAULFIELD RACECOURSE TABARET
Michael Fleming         DAVA HOTEL
Michael Kambitis         DINGLEY INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
Michael Annells         HERITAGE TAVERN
Michael Youngman         ROYAL HOTEL
Michael Todaro         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Michael Macek         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Michael Lane         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Michael Crowe         ZAGAME’S CAULFIELD CLUB HOTEL
Mitchell Sheldon-Collins         GRAND HOTEL MORNINGTON
Naomi Burgess         HUNTLEY HOTEL
Neal Barlow         ROXBURGH PARK HOTEL
Neil O’Borne         STRAIGHT SHOOTERS
Neoh Lay Sun         SALE GREYHOUND RACING CLUB
Neville Hodgetts         MILDURA GATEWAY TAVERN
Nick Gooley         MAROONDAH SPORTS CLUB
Nicole Dickson         KINGS CREEK HOTEL
Nicole Ellul         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Nikolaki Gastis         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Nino Ditta         ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL
Oleg Kwong         LYNBROOK HOTEL
Orest Zalesky         NORLANE HOTEL
Oscar Alfaro         YARRAVILLE CLUB
Pat Zappia         MILDURA GATEWAY TAVERN
Pat Carbone         Metro Inner West
Patrick Jackson         PLAYHOUSE BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Patrick Dillon         VILLAGE BELLE HOTEL
Paul Wright         GOL GOL HOTEL
Paul Church         PORTLAND RSL MEMORIAL BOWLING CLUB
Paul Vaughan         ROYAL HOTEL
Paul Robinson         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Pete  Bransgrove         WINDERMERE HOTEL
Peter Ioannou         ANGLERS TAVERN
Peter Papoulidis         DINGLEY INTERNATIONAL HOTEL
Peter Porter         MINERDOME SPORTS CLUB
Peter Chetcuti         TANKERVILLE
Peter Williams         THE WARRAGUL CLUB
Peter Nippress         WANGARATTA CLUB
Peter Bone         WHITE EAGLE HOUSE
Peter Vajler         Gippsland
Peter  Richmond         CENTRAL HOTEL ARARAT
Phillip Hansen         CLUB RINGWOOD
Phillip Cobbledick         STRAIGHT SHOOTERS
Raul Lopes         KALKALLO HOTEL
Raymond Isho         ROXBURGH PARK HOTEL
Raz Maddelena         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Rebecca Zibell         MILDURA GATEWAY TAVERN
Rebekah Sennett         NORLANE HOTEL
Rhett Gogoll         BAIRNSDALE SPORTING & CONVENTION CENTRE
Richard Ehlers         LANGWARRIN HOTEL
Richard Eldridge         NORTH BALLARAT SPORTS CLUB
Richard Bickerdike         THE WARRAGUL CLUB
Ricky Parletta         KEALBA HOTEL
Riki Morgan         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Rob Rayner         CENTRAL HOTEL ARARAT
Robert Young         DOYLES BRIDGE HOTEL
Robert Glavan         HAMPTON PARK TAVERN
Robert Howell         HOTEL SHAMROCK
Robert Koeleman         MOONEE VALLEY LEGENDS
Robert Cvijrticanin         ST ALBANS SPORTS CLUB
Robert Martinez         TOOLEYBUC SPORTING CLUB
Rod Jones         BULLA HOTEL
Rod Healy         MILDURA BREWERY BAR (THEATRE CLUB)
Rodney Mech         OVERLANDER HOTEL MOTEL
Rodney Hinrichsen         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Roger Lewry         NORLANE HOTEL
Roger Toll         North East Victoria
Ron Healey         SALE GREYHOUND RACING CLUB
Ron Desira         SHAMROCK HOTEL
Ross Davies ROYAL HOTEL
Ross Mammone         TOOLEYBUC SPORTING CLUB
Ryan McLaughlin         Metro Inner North
Samantha Mantello         ROXBURGH PARK HOTEL
Samantha  Edwards         COBDEN GOLF CLUB
Santiago Quezada         TANKERVILLE
Scott Yeow         DORSET GARDENS HOTEL
Scott King         TANKERVILLE
Seyed Taghvapoor         EUSTON BOWLS AND RECREATION CLUB
Shane Hawkins         NORLANE HOTEL
Shane Miller         ROXBURGH PARK HOTEL
Shane Crosbie         ST ALBANS SPORTS CLUB
Shane Garth         TEMPLESTOWE HOTEL
Shane Johnston         TEMPLESTOWE HOTEL
Shane Nathan         TIGERS CLUBHOUSE
Shelley Richmond         BARWON CLUB HOTEL
Shirley Pullen         ATLANTIC HOTEL
Simon Richardson         COBDEN GOLF CLUB
Simon Paskins         MAXINES GENTLEMENS CLUB
Simon McShane         NORTH BALLARAT SPORTS CLUB
Simon Hein         PORTLAND RSL MEMORIAL BOWLING CLUB
Simon O’Brien         WAURN PONDS HOTEL
Stephen Day         KNOX CLUB
Stephen Winlkworth         MALVERN VALE HOTEL
Stephen Miller         ROSEBUD HOTEL
Stephen Reeve         THE PENINSULA CLUB
Steve Brindle         CRIB POINT BAR AND BISTRO
Steve Kyrou         MAXINES GENTLEMENS CLUB
Steve Hughes         PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL
Steve Mammone         TOOLEYBUC SPORTING CLUB
Susan Tetlow         CRIB POINT BAR AND BISTRO
Tal Nemshich         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Tamara Gustowski         PLAYHOUSE BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Tamas Kiss         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Terence Robinson         KEALBA HOTEL
Terence Revell         NORTH BALLARAT SPORTS CLUB
Terry Roberts DORSET GARDENS HOTEL
Terry Alderton         GOL GOL HOTEL
Theo Vankoll         DORSET GARDENS HOTEL
Tim Martin         BALLARAT AND DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB/FLYING HORSE BISTRO
Tim Gregor         WELSHPOOL HOTEL MOTEL
Tim  Donelly         MORWELL CLUB
Timothy Wood         CITY MEMORIAL BOWLS CLUB
Toni Davey         HUNTLEY HOTEL
Tony Grosso         ROYAL OAK HOTEL
Tony Kelly         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Tony Mastroianni         WANGARATTA CLUB
Tracey Pearce OVERLANDER HOTEL MOTEL
Trent Miller         THE PENINSULA CLUB
Trevor Venning         ROYAL STANDARD HOTEL
Trevor Martin         SALE RSL CLUB
Vanessa Francis         THE HOPPERS CLUB
Vic Duncan         BERWICK SPRINGS HOTEL
Victor Maas         BARWON CLUB HOTEL
Volker Kruse         LANGWARRIN HOTEL
Wai Ming         EUSTON BOWLS AND RECREATION CLUB
Walter Bini         KNOX TAVERN
Warren Peters RAILWAY HOTEL
Wayne Boers         BALLARAT AND DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB/FLYING HORSE BISTRO
Wayne Bartlett         HUNTLEY HOTEL
Wayne Jencke         THE WARRAGUL CLUB
William Prokhovnik         KALKALLO HOTEL
William McBride         MORWELL CLUB
William Mizzi         PORTARLINGTON GOLF CLUB
Yu Shu         West Victoria
Yvonne Arnaud         ST ANDREWS HOTEL
Zach Groves         Metro Inner North
Zoran Markovski         SUGAR GUM TAVERN

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