August 22 2014 - 3:39PM Photos of the week - August 22 facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments Photos of the week - August 22 Sheep graze in a paddock overlooking Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village. Picture: ROB GUNSTONECamperdown goal shooter Emily Finch, 17, and her sister and goal attack Jaymie Finch, 19. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEPremier Denis Napthine with school crossing supervisor Susan Hand and Koroit Primary School pupil Samuel Sutcliffe, who wrote to the Premier suggesting flashing 40km/h signs. Picture: STEVE HYNESTour of the Great South Coast Portland stage winner Raphael Freinstein. Picture: ANGELA MILNEThe Wakeling family were driving on Cobden-Warrnambool Road when they hit a big pothole which has put their car off the road. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTNullawarre Primary School Bang On A Beanie fundraiser. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTNullawarre Primary Sshool Bang On A Beanie fundraiser, with (clockwise from top) principal Kane Horwill, Jack Oates, 12, Mitchell Bryce, 6, Millie Rogers, 7, Matilda Nevill, 7, Jack Holloway, 10, and Toby Nutting, 11. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWarrnambool St Ayles Skiff Community Rowing Club members Korey Bawden, 16, Larry Abrahams and Greg Bawden with a skiff rowing boat. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTBrophy's first drag show was held at the Mozart Hall in Warrnambool, with Bryce Johnson taking part as Aliza Willows. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTHFNL: South Warrnambool vs Camperdown. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWDFNL: Dennington vs Panmure. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEHFNL: South Warrnambool vs Camperdown. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWDFNL: Merrivale vs Dennington. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEHFNL: Terang Mortlake vs Koroit. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEOrford and District Table Tennis Association president David Rowbottom compets in the Table Tennis Minor League Association Tournament. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTFlagstaff Hill Amateur Radio Group Robert Wright from Grampians, Peter Honey from Warrnambool and Greg McNamara from Warrnambool. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWDFNL: Merrivale vs Kolora-Noorat. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWarrnambool Rangers vs Forest Rangers. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWDFNL: Allansford vs Old Collegians. Picture: ROB GUNSTONEPanmure Primary School pupile Billee Baxter, 11, and fellow students helped the Panmure Action Group and the Basalt to Bay Landcare group in their goal of turning a former pine plantation adjoining the Mount Emu Creek at Panmure into a green area for the community and educational purposes. Picture: AARON SAWALLMalerie Weston, pictured Midfield Meats group operations manager Andrew Westlake, has started a new career as an environmental officer/lab technician with the Midfield Group as a direct result of her university placement with the Warrnambool company. Picture: ANGELA MILNEWarrnambool swimmers who won medals at the Victorian Country SC swimming championships in Shepparton on the weekend, Lainey Miller, 15, Jamin Baulch, 17, Meg Flaherty, 16, Holly Windahl, 13, and front Caitlyn MacKay, 18, Ashleigh Pettigrew, 24. Picture: AARON SAWALLDeakin University senior lecturer Dr Anne Wallis is back from Oxford University where she has been giving talks on the Maremma-penguin project. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEA large crowd watches the wreath laying for Vietnam Veteran's Day held at Warrnambool Vietnam Memorial. Picture: DAMIAN WHITEWDFNL best and fairest winners Nick Johnstone from Allansford and Marlie Boyd from Dennington. Picture: AARON SAWALLAnabel Burn from Warrnambool is the wife of missing man Michael Burn. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTThe Standard Top Tippa WDFNL Footy Tipping competition winner Jacinta Curran from Dennington and sponsor Clinton Baulch from Clinton Baulch's Motor Group. Picture:LEANNE PICKETTWarrnambool Swimming Club member and coach Jamin Baulch, 17, is competing at the Victorian Short Course Championships in Shepparton this weekend. 140814LP25 Picture:LEANNE PCIKETTTweetFacebook of facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsView More Local BusinessesList Your Business Here Comments Discuss "Photos of the week - August 22" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.