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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,513,312
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,871
3 noelwoodhouse 2,981,309
4 annmanley 2,244,221
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,901
...
570 BarbaraDawson6929 58,639
571 judyj 58,614
572 clethaby 58,601
573 Tikira 58,527
574 nesbit9509 58,462
575 cantwell 58,419

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June 2017 1,573
May 2017 358
April 2017 6
March 2017 13
February 2017 39
November 2016 103
October 2016 489
September 2016 55
August 2016 1,288
July 2016 2,105
June 2016 818
May 2016 493
April 2016 126
March 2016 447
February 2016 684
January 2016 690
December 2015 5,179
November 2015 7,749
October 2015 1,720
September 2015 1,260
August 2015 598
July 2015 827
June 2015 5,711
May 2015 2,147
April 2015 570
March 2015 341
February 2015 468
November 2014 1,311
October 2014 2,768
September 2014 1,941
August 2014 599
July 2014 1,549
June 2014 1,336
May 2014 30
April 2014 33
February 2014 201
January 2014 423
November 2013 1,217
July 2013 42
March 2013 2,269
February 2013 4,120
January 2013 1,860
December 2012 393
November 2012 193
October 2012 64
September 2012 371
August 2012 28
July 2012 72
June 2012 490
May 2012 1,343
April 2012 9
March 2012 8

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,513,281
2 NeilHamilton 3,079,871
3 noelwoodhouse 2,981,309
4 annmanley 2,244,151
5 John.F.Hall 2,209,896
...
569 BarbaraDawson6929 58,639
570 judyj 58,614
571 clethaby 58,597
572 Tikira 58,508
573 nesbit9509 58,462
574 cantwell 58,419

58,508 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 1,554
May 2017 358
April 2017 6
March 2017 13
February 2017 39
November 2016 103
October 2016 489
September 2016 55
August 2016 1,288
July 2016 2,105
June 2016 818
May 2016 493
April 2016 126
March 2016 447
February 2016 684
January 2016 690
December 2015 5,179
November 2015 7,749
October 2015 1,720
September 2015 1,260
August 2015 598
July 2015 827
June 2015 5,711
May 2015 2,147
April 2015 570
March 2015 341
February 2015 468
November 2014 1,311
October 2014 2,768
September 2014 1,941
August 2014 599
July 2014 1,549
June 2014 1,336
May 2014 30
April 2014 33
February 2014 201
January 2014 423
November 2013 1,217
July 2013 42
March 2013 2,269
February 2013 4,120
January 2013 1,860
December 2012 393
November 2012 193
October 2012 64
September 2012 371
August 2012 28
July 2012 72
June 2012 490
May 2012 1,343
April 2012 9
March 2012 8

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 99,813
2 mickbrook 85,420
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 28,441
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
584 parkerbabs 19
585 philipjames78 19
586 Romaine.Macpherson 19
587 tikira 19
588 tletts 19
589 zeps 19

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BUNDARRA. [From the 'Advocate.'] (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 25 February 1919 page 2 2017-06-20 09:25 j Bundarra. received the satisfactory
Bundarra. received the satisfactory
BUNDARRA. [From the 'Advocate.'] (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 25 February 1919 page 2 2017-06-20 09:25 i vpiiee of 25|d. for tops in her wool clip,
|and22f d.for seconds,
price of 25 3/4 for tops in her wool clip,
and 22 1/4 d.for seconds.
BUNDARRA. [From the 'Advocate.'] (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 25 February 1919 page 2 2017-06-20 09:23 • Mrs. B. Brougliton, of Shanekill,
Mrs. B. Broughton, of Shanekill,
BUNDARRA BUDGET Wedding: Weather: Sports Cricket (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Friday 28 January 1938 page 6 2017-06-19 22:54 Possibly, one of the quickest mat:h:s
ever played on the Bundarra ground j
10.30 and at 1.40 stumps were drawn j
owing to rain, the score board reading: I
wickets for 15. of which F. Fan-ell
Possibly, one of the quickest matches
ever played on the Bundarra ground
10.30 and at 1.40 stumps were drawn
owing to rain, the score board reading:
wickets for 15. of which F. Farrell
About People (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Wednesday 5 May 1937 page 4 2017-06-19 22:46 Thp nflnrilt.inn'-.nf Mr V-reA fnm nf
The condition of Mr Fred Easy of
Sporting. CRICKET. FINAL CUP MATCH. GEORGE'S CREEK V. BORA CREEK. (Detailed lists, results, guides), Bundarra and Tingha Advocate (NSW : 1900 - 1906), Saturday 1 February 1902 [Issue No.10] page 2 2017-06-19 17:57 Sporting*
CEtCSEt.
George's Creek v. Bora CreR*
The final cup match of the BnndaWa Cricket
Association's competition was pktyfed at the
Showground, Bundarra, on MbndSJ^ last, the
competing teams being Bom Crtifk (winners
of the Bora-Copeton-AlbidnB Series), and
George's Creek (winners &f the Bund&rra
series.) The weather wa8 all that could be
desired, and the new concrete, wicket on the
crowds and in the later stages of the game tb.%
espected that Bora would win, and -die final
result came ns a surprise to ma.y,y, although
a few thought the country team, with the,
assistance of the 40 per cc-nt. start, would be
At 11 o'clock Gr. Ready and McDonald., the
captftfiis, seni the coin up, and the former
wmning, jjent Bora in to bat. JDonoghue and
f.'nd Jack Ready. Both batsmen got going
from the jump, and the score moused up
tricky ones, however, were not treated eo
placed J. Ready, and a. few minutes later,
one to the -wicket-keeper off the left hander,
winch was not accepted. M. Maher was also
tried without success. With his $ptel at 2£T
Collins skied one from Q. Ready) and Dezius
did the rest. 1 for €.7. Margetts, the new
retired. 2 for 68. B.urr succeeded and scored
vacancy,- and put the wood on freely, getting
playeru the tail of the team did not come up
to the mark, and the innings closed' for 159.
The- Creek's first attempt was, on the
bowling of Burr. W. Easy's ,18, however,
were down for S5j when P-. and M. Maher,
assisted by ' sundries,' sneceeded in dragging
hour and a half ere the cap was theiis. The
barrack^eTS now livened up over the unexpected
work, but lost Mnher, who played soundly, at
cup, no\v looked as big. as one of the famous
Creek water itiellons. At 55 Fred Easy went/
not, however,. before his valuable 33 (includ
8*1, Dezius at 82. J. Ready and Pearce were
now together, and one' of them made the
winning hit. The crowd did no.t know the
wjek^t fell at 98 — just before time was up —
Appended are the scores : — ?
BORA. CREEK— 1st Ihk^CB.
J. Donoghne, c Beady, h, ?«irc« ... 82
W. Collins, c Delias, b O. Eo»dj ... 25
Margette, c and b G. Beady ... .. 0
Burr, o Robertson, b PeaTCe ? 17
J^DpDeld, c end b G. Beady ? 20
Power, c and b G. Beady ? 2
Bortaam, not out ? 10 -
DorringtoD, tt Mther, b J. Beady ... 11
Backlaod, b O. Ready ... ' ' ? 0
Hioes,lb w.bG. Ueady ... .'.'. ... 0
Bicbards, b Pevo* ... ... ... 8
Bowliso 4«ai-ysib. — Q. Beady, 6 for 62 ; Pearce,
3 for 49 ; j. Ready, 1 (or 21 ; M. Maher, Q.for 12 j
Dezius, Ofor a, Aioher, 0 for 10.
GEQBGE'B CREEK— 1ST IM0BO8.
F. E»sy, fcfitjtr ? 0
Q. IieziM, eColltoi, b Bnrr ? 6 .
W. Eaay, c Bucklabd, b Burr ? IB
G. Beady, run ont' ? ... ... 2
Boberiaon, b Dorrirgton ... ... ??? 0
J. Kcaily, c Collins, b Burr ... ..,-. 8
gundriet ? *' ... 8
?Jt
batting averages of members of the Buudarra
pricket Club for the present season — scratch
m&tcheB nqt included. The averages are
Batsman. No. inugs. Aggreg. N.O. Aver.
A. McGnrrr 7 114 3 28-2
L. McGinn 3 25 0 8-1
W. J. McGiNTT 4 18 0 4-2
S. Fabrkll 4 16 0 4
P. Latton 3 9 0 3
J.H. Jckd 6 9 0, 1-3
members of the George's Creek club for tbe
1L Maher 9 2 66 93
Deziue '4 0 6 12
The team as a 'whole averages about 10. runs
Sporting
CRICKET
George's Creek v. Bora Creek
The final cup match of the Bundarra Cricket
Association's competition was played at the
Showground, Bundarra, on Monday last, the
competing teams being Bora Creek (winners
of the Bora-Copeton-Albion Series), and
George's Creek (winners of the Bundarra
series.) The weather was all that could be
desired, and the new concrete wicket on the
crowds and in the later stages of the game the
espected that Bora would win, and the final
result came as a surprise to many, although
a few thought the country team, with the
assistance of the 40 percent start, would be
At 11 o'clock G. Ready and McDonald, the
captains, sent the coin up, and the former
winning, sent Bora in to bat. Donoghue and
and Jack Ready. Both batsmen got going
from the jump, and the score mounted up
tricky ones, however, were not treated so
placed J. Ready, and a few minutes later,
one to the wicket-keeper off the left hander,
which was not accepted. M. Maher was also
tried without success. With his total at 25
Collins skied one from G. Ready and Dezius
did the rest. 1 for 67. Margetts, the new
retired. 2 for 68. Burr succeeded and scored
vacancy, and put the wood on freely, getting
players the tail of the team did not come up
to the mark, and the innings closed for 159.
The Creek's first attempt was, on the
bowling of Burr. W. Easy's 18, however,
were down for 35 when P and M. Maher,
assisted by sundries, succceeded in dragging
hour and a half ere the cup was theirs. The
barrackers now livened up over the unexpected
work, but lost Maher, who played soundly, at
cup, now looked as big. as one of the famous
Creek water mellons. At 55 Fred Easy went
not, however, before his valuable 33 (includ
81, Dezius at 82. J. Ready and Pearce were
now together, and one of them made the
winning hit. The crowd did not know the
wicket fell at 98 — just before time was up —
Appended are the scores : —
BORA. CREEK— 1st Innings.
J. Donoghne, c Ready, h, b Pearce ... 82
W. Collins, c Dezius, b G Ready ... 25
Margetts, c and b G. Ready ... .. 0
Burr, c Robertson, b Pearce 17
McDonald, c and b G. Ready 20
Power, c and b G. Ready 2
Borham, not out 10
Dorrington, st Maher, b J. Ready ... 11
uckland, b G. Ready ... 0
Hines,lb w.b G. Ready ... .'.'. ... 0
Richards, b Pearce... ... ... 8
Bowling analysis — G Ready, 6 for 62 ; Pearce,
3 for 49 ; J. Ready, 1 (or 21 ; M. Maher, 0 for 12
Dezius, O for 2, Archer, 0 for 10.
GEQBGE'B CREEK— 1STINNINGS.
F. Easy, fcfitjtr ? 0
Q. Lezius, eColltoi, b Bnrr ? 6 .
W. Easy, c Bucklabd, b Burr ? IB
G. Ready, run ont' ? ... ... 2
Robertson, b Dorrirgton ... ... ??? 0
J. Ready, c Collins, b Burr ... ..,-. 8
sundries? *' ... 8

batting averages of members of the Bundarra
cricket Club for the present season — scratch
matches nqt included. The averages are
Batsman. No. inngs. Aggreg. N.O. Aver.
A. McGinty 7 114 3 28-2
L. McGinty 3 25 0 8-1
W. J. McGinty 4 18 0 4-2
S. Farrell 4 16 0 4
P. Layton 3 9 0 3
J.H. Jurd6 9 0, 1-3
members of the George's Creek club for the
M Maher 9 2 66 93
Dezius '4 0 6 12
The team as a whole averages about 10 runs
BUNDARRA NOTES SCHOOL OF ARTS (Article), The Inverell Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Friday 2 August 1929 [Issue No.13] page 8 2017-06-18 19:26 . CREEK.
Arbcr Day was observed at George's
Creek school on- Friday-last, the morn
ing being spent ,hy .the teachers and
pupils, in planting a."fi umber of, native
. Tying the grounds., In the afternoon
several of the ktrgest trees in the play
CREEK.
Arbor Day was observed at George's
Creek school on Friday-last, the morn
ing being spent by the teachers and
pupils, in planting a number of, native
tifying the grounds. In the afternoon
several of the largest trees in the play
Advertising (Advertising), The Armidale Chronicle (NSW : 1894 - 1929), Wednesday 26 October 1898 [Issue No.7593] page 3 2017-06-18 19:17 at GEORGE'S CREEK, BDNPARR&, will
be received by the undersigned np to
8atnrday, the 5 th November next, Specifi
cations may be seen U the Bnndarro Public
L. BLCTMRR,
a758 Inspector of Schools.
at GEORGE'S CREEK, BUNDARRA, will
be received by the undersigned up to
Saturday, the 5th November next, Specifi
cations may be seen at the Bundarra Public
L. BLUMER,
a758 Inspector of Schools.
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. BUNDARRA. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 15 September 1925 page 6 2017-06-18 19:02 local productions. The hail was pack
tlioir parts, the enunciation being per
Dczius' "How Father carved the
Goose," Lorna Peak's "Biddy in the
the Cheek," by the company. The
ones changed from one To another.
and J. Niel accompanied 011 the piano,
Mrs. Laytou's orchestra playing the
sented Mrs. Brougham with a si 1 vet
local productions. The hall was pack
their parts, the enunciation being per
Dezius' "How Father carved the
Goose," Lorna Doak's "Biddy in the
the Creek," by the company. The
ones changed from one to another.
and J. Niel accompanied on the piano,
Mrs. Layton's orchestra playing the
sented Mrs. Brougham with a silver
INTER-DISTRICT NEWS. BUNDARRA. (Article), The Armidale Express and New England General Advertiser (NSW : 1856 - 1861; 1863 - 1889; 1891 - 1954), Tuesday 15 September 1925 page 6 2017-06-18 18:59 tained by their own dramatic chili, at
tained by their own dramatic club, at

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