September 6 - 12, 2020: Issue 465
“Great White Sighting In Pittwater”: Art By Sea
(about: Art by Sea celebrates our natural environment with sustainable art by locals). Take a stroll along the pathway from Bayview to Church Point and cast your gaze further afield.
Avalon Bulldogs Host Narrabeen Sharks At Hitchcock Park
Narrabeen was first to score in the opening quarter, and then ran over the line again but struggled to convert tries earned at the perimeter of the field.
In the second quarter Avalon came out in one brilliant co-ordinated flow and within minutes had stomped over the line. Narrabeen came back at them again - underlining why both these teams, and boys from our beaches, feature at the top end of the ladder every season.
The third quarter was a push-pull elbows and knees forward struggle, with neither team giving away a moment. In the latter stages of this quarter Avalon scored at the south end of the field when just a minute before they had been up against it, defending their own line.
The sprint gave the Bulldogs momentum, they scored again just two minutes later.
Spring In Pittwater 2020
Australian Sea Eagle aloft - sighted from Bairne Walking Track - photo by Kevin Murray, September 3, 2020More in this week's Tour De Bush Pictorial - the Bairne Walking Track, Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park - photos by Kevin Murray