May 21, 2013
The Farrer rugby league side hit the road to Sydney this afternoon for the first round of the Schoolboys Cup.
And it’s set to be a challenge…first up the team will take on the defending champions, St Pat’s from Blacktown.
May 20, 2013
Wee Waa were singing the praises of Brenton Cochrane, after the Panthers came from behind to beat Gunnedah yesterday.
Reduced to 12 men with 18 minutes to go, Cochrane scored twice – to seal a 40 points to 30 victory.
May 19, 2013
A Central North Rugby match was marred for the second time in two weeks by a serious injury causing delays.
A suspected dislocated hip to Moree Second Rower Simon Dunlop gave cause to end the match with 15 minutes to go, and with the Bulls ahead by 41 points.
May 18, 2013
Wee Waa is the only undefeated side in Group 4 rugby league, following Gunnedah’s eight point loss to Narrabri last week.
The Bulldogs will be hoping to bounce back from that loss, and be the first club to down the Panthers when they take them on tomorrow.
May 17, 2013
May 17, 2013
Central North rugby union are moving slowly but surely towards forming a women’s competition.
Organisers head to Armidale tomorrow to gauge interest, while Quirindi will host a match at their annual ladies day event next Saturday.
May 16, 2013
The Gunnedah Red devils will host the undefeated Moree Bulls in round 7 of central north rugby union.
After being short several players over the last few weeks, Gunnedah will be close to full strength.
May 15, 2013
More than 50 of the region’s top cyclists are preparing to pedal from Nemingha to Nundle – and back again.
Last year’s winner Mitch Carrington is again tipped as the one to beat in the annual 100-kilometre event.
May 14, 2013
Next week marks 40 years since National Cutting Horse Association Futurity action began at Moonbi.
Now, Tamworth’s AELEC hosts the largest cutting event in the southern hemisphere, and is set to attract almost 600 riders to town.
May 13, 2013
The Mushies have sent a warning to the rest of the competition that they’re not to be taken lightly.
Oxley-Vale Attunga eased past Guyra with a five goal win, to keep in touch with the leaders.