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IT was a great weekend of thrills and spills at the Worrigee Equestrian Common as the Milton-Ulladulla Polocrosse Club hosted their annual carnival on Saturday and Sunday. 

HUSTLE AND BUSTLE: Milton-Ulladulla player Luke Wilford takes possession during a clash with Burradoo at the Worrigee Polocrosse Carnival on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

HUSTLE AND BUSTLE: Milton-Ulladulla player Luke Wilford takes possession during a clash with Burradoo at the Worrigee Polocrosse Carnival on Saturday. Photo: PATRICK FAHY

Six clubs from the Southern Highlands zone participated, with 21 teams playing across four grades. 

The long-standing rivalry between Yass 1 and Eurocoast 1 in A grade came to an exciting conclusion, with Yass winning the division in a golden point thriller. 

Bungendore 1 were the B grade champions, after they defeated Burradoo in the final.

It was a successful weekend for the Milton-Ulladulla club, which took out the C and D grade divisions. 

Milton’s Mick Shea was voted best player in C grade where Milton 1 defeated Bungendore 2 in the final. 

It was an all-Milton derby in the D grade final, with Milton 2 defeating Milton 1. 

Kim Porter from Milton was voted best player in D grade, while Nathan Shea won best junior. 

Sally Herne from the Milton-Ulladulla club said it was a great weekend and wanted to congratulate all the award winners as well as Julie Murray for catering for everyone. 

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