Gundagai too good for Tumut in local derby

The local Group 9 derby between the Tumut Blues and Gundagai Tigers lived up to recent history on Sunday, with a bruising encounter turning...

Bulls face tough away trip to Hay

With the Tumut Bulls first-grade side on the bye in round five of the Southern Inland Rugby Union (SIRU) competition, all attention shifts to...

Luff gains NSW Country selection

James Luff will finally get his chance to represent NSW Country after the talented hooker was selected in the side that will take on...

Berkrey expecting wounded Blues to fire

The Gundagai Tigers will arrive at Twickenham on Sunday as favourites to beat the Tumut Blues in round three of the Group 9 competition.   The...

Gundagai taggers will take on Tumut

Following their round one forfeit to Wagga Brothers and low registration numbers, there were fears held by the Gundagai Tigers that they would not...

Smart lands first win as Roos coach

Despite being forced to sit out Sunday’s game with Covid, James Smart has officially landed his first victory during his tenure as Wagga Kangaroo’s...

Heartbroken Junee kicked out of Group 9 first-grade competition

The Group 9 committee have made the tough decision to kick the Junee Diesels out of the 2022 first-grade competition.  After the Diesels forfeited their...

Princely win has Gundagai Cup winner Wagga bound

It was all one-way going in Sunday’s Gundagai Cup, with the Craig Weeding-trained Prince of Helena bolting in for an easy victory in the...

“They’ll have to run him down”

Blake Ryan-trained Momack to take some catching in Gundagai Cup Eleven horses have accepted and will contest Sunday’s $34,000 Gundagai Cup and there looks to...

Owen and Maid of Ore shooting for back-to-back cups

The Nick Olive-trained Maid of Ore will return to Gundagai on Sunday with the Canberra galloper shooting for back-to-back Gundagai Cups.  Brungle product Billy Owen...