Bowlers still playing great games at Gundagai

It’s been another busy week on the greens at Gundagai Bowls Club with remaining championships still being played and social bowls enjoyed by many. Women’s...

Panthers pounce

Under horrendous conditions, the Gundagai Panthers pounced on a lackadaisical South Wagga Football Club, beating them five goals to nil at Owen Vincent Oval...

Carthew fires in Championship Singles

Gundagai Services Bowling Club Singles Championship action took place this week. Wayne Carthew was at the top of his game last Saturday afternoon when he...

Junior Cricket ready to hit-off

The Tumut Junior Cricket Association and Adelong Junior Cricket Club will look to hit-off their 2022/23 season on Friday and Saturday. 

Group 9 gets nine rounds

Last Friday, the New South Wales Rugby League (NSWRL) tabled a draft of proposed format structures for the various groups across country NSW, with...

Turf wicket out of action!

The Elders Cup cricket competition got under way on the weekend, but it was played without the use of Gundagai’s turf wicket. Lotts were scheduled...

Six in a row for Coolac

Coolac have won their sixth premiership in a row, and their second Elders Cup, defeating Junee in a drama filled day at Stan Crowe...

Carriage drivers converge for Battle of the Border

Over 80 of Australia’s best carriage drivers and their horses will be competing near Holbrook on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at the three-day Battle of the Border. 

Tumut TAB meeting shifted to February

Tumut Turf Club will still race this coming Saturday, but there has been a major change to their 2022/2023 racing schedule, with the meeting now a five-race, non-TAB program. 

Thunder run down Tigers

Gundagai gave up a sizeable early lead in falling 28-16 to an impressive Albury outfit at Greenfield Park on Saturday evening. The Tigers led 16-4...