THE fourth annual Inverell Equestrian Fun Challenge was held at the Equestrian Centre on Sunday, and vice president of the Inverell Equestrian Council Beth Camilleri said she was pleased with day.
“WHEN mum told me, I thought she was joking.” The comment from year 9 Inverell High student Tyler Connors was all about his disbelief in making the NSW Combined High School Boys Under 15 touch side.
BINGARA Polocrosse Club’s Cameron Hull and Luka McLachlan recently represented NSW at the Australian Polocrosse National Championships at the Albury Wodonga Equestrian Centre from April 18-24.
THREE Inverell martial artists competed in the Australian Queensland Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (BJJ) State Championships held at the Gold Coast on Sunday, May 15. While the Inverell fighters made up a group of 20 fighters from the Armidale region, the trio all managed to bring home medals.
WHEN Bingara Swimming Club president Nicole Dixon noticed the old blocks at Bingara pool were rusting and slippery, she decided that replacing the blocks was a small but important step in maintaining the town’s pool.
AT the Inverell Sporting complex on Saturday, the Joeys went down to South Armidale 6-0. It has been that sort of season for the Joeys as they desperately try to recover from the loss of 12 of their key A grade players.
ASHFORD Roosters led until the last five minutes against the Moree Boars and then went down 46-40. That’s when Roosters president, Mick Lewis, said its lack of players on the bench took its toll.