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Wombats know that Where There's A Will, there's a way

This weekend both junior and senior Warialda Wombats clubs will join forces for the first Where There’s A Will Day.

Where There’s A Will is a Hunter Valley based not-for-profit organisation, established in 2016. The foundation’s aim is to address the mental health issues facing our communities.

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Locals making final preparations for Finke Desert Race

Two Warialda men are preparing for what is one of the toughest off road races, in one of the most remote locations in the world.

Brett Carroll and Jesse Moore are fine tuning their preparations this week, with prologue set for Saturday. The duo travelled to Alice Springs last month, where they have been pre-running for a number of weeks. Pre-running involves familiarising oneself with the course and making changes to suit the conditions.

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Liliana Reardon crowned Sportsperson of the Year

Competing in both individual and team sports, and excelling at all, it has been a busy year for Warialda’s Liliana Reardon.

Nominated by both Warialda Public School and Warialda Pony Club for a Sports Council award, there is no denying that Liliana is a worthy recipient of this year’s major award, Sportsperson of the Year, presented at the annual awards night held on Friday evening.

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Local athletes in the spotlight

Warialda Sports Council will hold its annual sports awards presentation dinner at the Golf & Bowling Club on Friday 24th November 2017. The awards are held to recognise and acknowledge local sporting achievement over the past twelve months. This is a great way to promote sport in the community and to congratulate our local sports boys and girls, men and women, and encourage them to continue to lead an active sporting life.

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Horse community comes together for injured rider

Professional competitors, decorated helmets, fun and laughter mixed with amazing generosity were some of the highlights of the recent Warialda Campdraft Committee’s #jump4em, an event held in support of Emma Botfield.

The three-day campdraft program kicked off on Friday, 20 October, attracting elite drafting competitors from across the state and other supporters travelling long distances from around Australia.  A prize pool upward of $10,000 drew in the competitors and saw around 800 runs over the weekend.

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