Karuah Tea Gardens Cricket Club results

Karuah Tea Gardens Cricket club

Kookaburra Cricket Under 10’s played Western Suburbs Gold at McKeachies Run, for their final game for the season.  Even though we only had six players, James, Isaac, Danielle, Kaitlyn, Thomas and Sam all played like champions. All players have come so far this season with all facets of their game improving from week to week. After winning the… click for more

Bass Bash at Bulahdelah 2016 saw large numbers of anglers

Jarrod Baxter Bailey Shultz and Scott Smith winners of the junior biggest mullet.

The Bulahdelah Bass Bash was held last weekend with perfect conditions on the Myall River. The event attracted over 200 competitors aged from six to 85, with the common goal of reeling in the biggest Bass. With a competition area stretching from Bombah Point to Tamboy and Nerong, there was no shortage of vantage points on… click for more

Myall Masters Swimming men’s and ladies teams win at home

Michael Rose, Brad Jensen, Peter Kellaway and Leon Bobako.

Myall Masters Swimming Club hosted their third extremely successful Swim Meet on Saturday, 8 February at the Tea Gardens Pool. The Meet attracted 22 Clubs from across the State and a Victorian club was represented. Approximately 160 swimmers and their supporters enjoyed perfect weather, crystal clear pool clarity and manicured lawns, competitive swimming events, genuine hospitality… click for more

Bulahdelah School Swimming where young stars emerged

Luke Rochester from Hawks Nest pleased with his results.

Over 200 students turned out for Bulahdelah Central School’s Secondary Swimming Carnival last Wednesday. Held in perfect conditions at Bulahdelah Pool, competition was fierce between students. Billy Watt, Khloe Middleton, Katerina Poniris and Nicholas Beitzel dominated the pool in the junior events with Dakota Edgerton, Jordyn Watt, Paris Battle and Liam Garemyn also proving hard… click for more

Col Amos and Kerry Faber win Inaugural Patron’s Mixed Pairs at Tea Gardens

John Younghusband (centre) with the winners of the Inaugural Patron’s Mixed Pairs competition Col Amos and Kerry Faber.

The big news this week was of course the inaugural Patron’s Mixed Pairs competition, hosted by the Club Patron, John Younghusband. A field of 18 teams participated, (36 players), competing for a total prizemoney of $700.00. The format comprised 3 games of 12 ends of three-bowl pairs. Patron, John Younghusband must have been very satisfied… click for more