Comp to hit Worrigee this weekend

PREPARE for racquets to fly as there will be some serious polocrosse action this weekend at the Worrigee Equestrian Common.

The Milton-Ulladulla Polocrosse Club will host riders from all over NSW for two days of tough competition in the fast and exciting horse sport.

Prizes will be on offer for winners and spectators are most welcome to come and join the action.

The sport is back in full swing for another season and so far the Milton Ulladulla club has been travelling all over NSW to compete.

The season kicked off at Burradoo with two full teams making the journey  and one team taking out the C grade prizes.

A fortnight’s rain cancelled all competition at Braidwood, but the following weekend was beautiful weather for the Yass carnival.

The Easter long weekend brought the Southern Highlands Zone to the middle of the season.

Eurocoast hosted a great carnival at Moruya with John Bower receiving the umpire award, Nathan Shea receiving the best junior of the carnival, and new member Luke Wilford received the encouragement award.

For more information on polocrosse or on the Milton-Ulladulla Polocrosse Club visit www.nswpolocrosse.com.au

OUT OF THE WAY: Milton’s Michael Shea tries to break away from the defence during their recent clash against Bungendore.

OUT OF THE WAY: Milton’s Michael Shea tries to break away from the defence during their recent clash against Bungendore.

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