THE local Yuin Snakes excelled at the recent Nations of Origin seven-a-side rugby league tournament held in Dubbo. A boys and girls team took part in the competition and they played some outstanding attacking rugby league.
MANY familiar faces were back to entertain the crowd once again at Nowra Showground last Saturday night. A contingent of former Nowra Warriors and Bomaderry Swamp Rats players pulled their boots back on for a golden oldies clash, which was a curtain raiser to the Nowra-Bomaderry Jets first grade clash with the Berry Magpies.
Culburra Beach surfer Louis Gillick’s dream of getting a spot on the Association of Surfing Professional’s prestigious world tour is getting closer after a good result in Japan.
IT will be off to the races on Sunday when the Shoalhaven City Turf Club stages an action packed event on Sunday.
Shoalhaven Little Athletics is getting ready for what should be another great season and next month they will be ready for fun.
It's sudden death footy teams with several local Australian Football teams in line for grand final berths.
SOME sensational efforts were recorded at the recent district athletics carnival, for the northern primary based schools, at Nowra's Ron Brown Oval. Outstanding athlete Jessica O'Donnell (Illaroo Road) set the track alive when she broke the record in the senior girls 200 metres with a time of -28.47 seconds. Age champions were: Junior boys- Stirling Norwood (Cambewarra Public), junior girls Abbey Crapp (Berry Public), 11 year boys- Alden Johnston (Bomaderry Public), 11 years girls- Emelia Matthews (Bomaderry Public), senior boys- Joel Horgan (Cambewarra Public) and senior girls- Jessica O'Donnell (Illaroo Road Public).