December start date for tennis

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Tumbarumba’s night tennis competition will not hit off until December 6, with competition organisers agreeing to delay the start of the competition until restrictions...

Toretto triumphs for Tumba owners

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Many Tumbarumba racing fans would have watched the 1600m Maiden Plate at Wagga on Friday with vested interest, with two Tumbarumba owned horses turning...

Minor league gets messy in mud

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Under 6s On Saturday, the under 6s battled the wet, cold and muddy conditions in Wagga. They played two games, one against Wagga Brothers and...

Davies remains on top

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The Cycle Tumbarumba virtual racing series saw riders back amongst the pine trees at Masons hill last week, where frost in the gullies could still be...

Kayakers take advantage of the big wet

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Paddy’s River put on an impressive show for some of the region’s most experienced kayakers last month, with recent soaking rains no problem for...

Ballistic Moon chasing back-to-back wins

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The Dennis Burgun part-owned Ballistic Moon will be searching for a second straight win when contesting the 900m Benchmark 78 Handicap at Newcastle on...

Group 9 players could be asked to play for free

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It is looking more and more likely that the Group 9 and Murray Cup seasons will go ahead but at the same time, semi-professional competitions face...

Tricky track causes problems for riders

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Round 8 of the Cycle Tumbarumba, Covid-19 Isolation Strava Series saw participants making the most of the good weather, getting out whenever they could to enjoy...

Trial win has Roos in good shape for season opener

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After missing all of 2020, with the Upper Murray Football and Netball League (UMFNL) going into recess due to Covid-19, football and netball will...

Locals riders too strong at Holbrook event

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The Albury/Holbrook Polocrosse Club held their annual carnival at the Holbrook Equine Centre on Saturday and Sunday with local teams and competitors proving a...