Originally known as the Prime Minister Cottage, the heritage listed home cost 28,000 to build. Now it one of Canberra best known buildings. Designed by Melbourne architects Oakley and Parkes, prime minister Stanley Melbourne Bruce and his wife Ethel Bruce first moved into the colonial revival style home in May 1927, after two years of construction.
It’s a strictly American brotherhood, mostly forged in blood. Hard won, unbreakable. Built on a shared patriotism, shared courage, and shared trust in one another. Their primary role is to prevent movement in unwanted planes, such as excessive lateral movement of the knee. However, another equally important role the ligaments play is known as proprioception. This refers to the feedback loop between the ligaments and the spinal chord that work together to provide information and actions to keep the joint in a normal range of motion.
We lost a couple of players from last season, so it’s a bit more of a challenge this year,” Ivery said.”[Tim and Benji] definitely add a lot of experience and talent. Having those two back from last year’s team will help us win the games.”Tuggeranong players Benji and Tim Floros will play alongside each other this weekend. Picture: Jay CronanTuggeranong will come up against a star studded Weston Creek outfit who will be out for redemption, having fallen short of the T20 finals last year.Weston Creek finished third on the T20 competition’s ladder and defeated Tuggeranong by five wickets in December.Batsman Robbie Trickett is wary of the Floros brothers’ return but takes confidence in his team’s short form experience.Bowler Djali Bloomfield, who is the leading wicket taker in ACT Premier Cricket with 33, has recently played in the Baby Bash and represented the Prime Minister’s XI in their thrilling win over Sri Lanka last year.Batsman John Rogers, a former Sheffield Shielder player for Tasmania and Western Australia, is the club’s top scorer for the T20 season, while captain Jono Dean is a premiership winning Adelaide Strikers player.Before Dean takes the field for Weston Creek, he’ll lead the ACT Meteors in their final round WNCL clash with Tasmania at Phillip Oval on Thursday.”He’s now the head coach of the Meteors which is great for him but I think on Sunday he’ll bring a lot of experience from his time with the Strikers and being around a high quality environment of cricket,” Trickett said.”We’ve also got ‘Bucky’ Rogers and Djali, who played really well in the PM’s XI.
And Charlene Ellis of Sebago Lake; a brother, Laurence Hewey of Shapleigh; seven grandchildren, Paula Irish and Tim Irish of Wytopitlock, Sandra Opperman of Phoenix, Ariz., Kathy Miller of Austin, Texas, Kaeley and Kevin Sproul of Winn, Kristen and Dale Penney of Pittsfield, Darren and Lisa Briggs of Palmyra; 17 great grandchildren, Jamie Kendall, Ashlee Kendall, Dan, Tim, and Christopher Irish, Scott, Jeffrey, Danielle and Miranda Jensen, Richelle and Allyson Ayers, Cody and Cassidy Sproul, Seth and Dylan Penney, Tabyr and Kahlden Briggs; four great grand children; many nieces and nephews. She also leaves many special friends, including Jimmy and Donnie Potter of Drew and Bob and Lois Crawford of Lincoln. In addition to her husband and her parents, she was predeceased by a daughter, Barbara; a son, John; a grandson, Bill J.