Plans are well advanced for Mathoura’s Australia Day celebrations next weekend.
To be conducted under the auspicious of the Mathoura On The Map Committee, the event will be held in the Soldiers’ Memorial Gardens.
It will kick off with a free, tasty sausage sizzle breakfast at 8am, followed by Australia Day activities and an address by a guest speaker.
The event is open to everyone so make sure you go along and join in the fun.
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It was one up and one down for our lady bowlers last week.
Division 1 went down to Moama 33 to 62 while Division 3 romped home over Deniliquin 50 to 35.
Results for the men were also mixed, with two wins and three losses in their clash with Moama..
Victory went to Division 3 (68 to 67) and Division 4 (71 to 66), but the other three teams all went down to Moama.
Congratulations to Beryl Murray and her team on their success in making the semi-finals of the State Fours.
The team will be back in action again on Sunday, so go along and give them your support.
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Pre-season training got underway in earnest for Mathoura Football Netball Club this week.
The U14 and U17 footballers will train from 5.30pm till 6.30pm on Monday and Wednesday nights, until March when training will be on Tuesday and Thursday nights.
Seniors will be doing their stuff on Monday, Wednesday and Friday nights from 6.15pm and would welcome Under 17 players who would like to join in.
They too will change to Tuesdays and Thursdays in March.
Training for senior netballers is being held on Wednesdays with grading sessions scheduled for February 11 and 13 and again on February 18 and 20.
Under 17 players are welcome to attend these.
The club is planning a pre-season practice match for senior grades on Saturday, March 14.
The game, to be hosted by the Timbercutters, will be played against Moulamein.