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Wednesday
Aug242016

Molloy earns Green and Gold jersey

Warialda’s Tiarna Molloy is celebrating another exciting announcement, following the recent confirmation that she has a place in the Australian Under 18 Rugby 7s team.

On route to the recent State Championship carnival, which saw Warialda come out vitors, Tiarna was delivered the exciting news. Her selection came from an extremely successful season of rugby sevens, playing for NSW at Nationals in Wagga Wagga, and also her Tribe 7s highlight, winning the ‘Hottest 7s Sevens in the World’ comp in Darwin, playing alongside recent gold medal winning Olympic rugby stars Charlotte Caslick and Evani Pelite.

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Wednesday
Aug242016

Albino echidna discovered in Warialda

One Warialda local has made the discovery of a lifetime, coming across an albino echidna just outside of town.

Jason Smith discovered the pale critter on Friday evening as he returned home from a trip into town. At the time of the discovery, the echidna was making its way across the Mosquito Creek Road, a risky journey for even the quickest of creatures.

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Wednesday
Aug172016

Best in NSW: 12 years in the making

With a number of injuries and girls unavailable, the Warialda High rugby union squad made the trip to Sydney last week unsure that they would have the numbers and endurance to get the job done.

Battle was set to take place in Parramatta, at the NSW Combined High School state finals in both the U16 and U18 divisions. The competition brought together the best schools who had each earned the title of regional finalists in their respective NSW home area.

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Thursday
Aug042016

North Star Trail Ride done and dusted for 2016

North Star came alive over the weekend for the 10th annual North Star Trail Ride, where riders and spectators travelled from as far south as Melbourne all the way north to Mackay and everywhere in between.

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Thursday
Aug042016

A blast from the past

On Tuesday 26 July, local Warialda horseman Eric Pevy and his mate Cr Stuart Dick, provided a demonstration of heavy horses pulling various farming implements showing how working a paddock used to be before modern day technology and GPS controlled tractors!

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