The week that was - August 30 Kellie Scott, Davyd Reid, David Braithwaite and Kevin Hogan30 Aug 2013, noon IMAGES from event across the region of the past week. The week that was - August 30 David Lancey works on completing a coffee table at the Sale Men's Shed.Sale Men's Shed co-ordinator John Angus and Michael Donahue fix a broken chair.Peter Williams works on the reconstruction of an S Lacey and Co windmill for Sale Historical Society.Riley and Nick Macready study the map for Sunday's Fun Run for Local Kids with Emma Neal. Emma was the second woman home in the 5km event.Father and son Andrew and Charlie Harrison stretch in preparation for the Fun Run on Sunday.Will Moulton, Isaac Love, Anthony Moulton and Michael Love challenged each other to get through the 10km event on Sunday.The 10km event starts.Jessica Mayne and Cameron Goodison were first home in the 5km Fun Run.Dean Huffer crosses the finish line first in the 10km event. Dean ran a time of 32:55 minutes.Stratford's Michael Walker fires off a handpass under pressure during the EGFNL first semi-final against Lindenow.Stratford coach Peter Morrison addresses the players at quarter-time of the EGFNL first semi-final against Lindenow.Sale United's Ben Cowan moves the ball upfield during the 6-0 win over Newborough-Yallourn United.Sale United striker Jon Piefke moves the ball forward during the 6-0 win over Newborough-Yallourn United.College White's Nick Hogan gets his kick away during the under 14 division A junior football prelimary final against Sale CityMelbourne Vixens netball clinic participants with Vixens Joanna Curran, Teagan Caldwell and Bianca Chatfield.Sale A grade netballers assisted with the Vixens clinic. From left Lexi Joyce, Lara Dunkley, Vixens Biance Chatfield, Joanna Curran, Tegan Caldwell, Sale coach Mel Johnston, netball president Lisa Dunkley and Tori Dessent.Sale and District Junior Football Association code of conduct winners, from left, Stratford under 12 coach Bruce Derham, Stratford under 14 coach Ian Thatcher, Stratford Football Club secretary Kate Thatcher accepted the overall award on behalf of the club and Jamie Lynch, Sale City under 16 coach.The S&DJFA under 12 best-and-fairest was a three-way tie. Pictured, from left, are joint winners Dylan Robins, Stratford, and Bailey Nicholas, Sale City Red, runner-up Luke Williams, College, and joint winner Nathan Whitford, Sale City Blue.College White's Nick Hogan took out the under 14 best-and-fairest with Sale's Liam Farley runner-up.Sale City's Harrison Evans took out the under 16 best-and-fairest with Briagolong's Louis Howard runner-up.TweetFacebook of ╳exit More coming soon!!!