Mason sister’s represent Australia
Tocumwal sisters Willow and Araminta Mason have just returned from the United States, where they have competed against some of the best barrel riders in the world.
Closely matched rivals Deniliquin Rovers and Blighty Redeyes put on another fantastic display of local football on Saturday.
Waaia reminded the Picola District Football League why they are a force to be reckoned with, grinding out a memorable 13-point win against highly-fancied Berrigan at home on Saturday.
Tocumwal’s A Grade hold top spot on the ladder after their win against Rennie in round 15 of the Picola & District League on Saturday.
Undefeated Picola & District League ladder leader Rennie were far too good for Tocumwal’s fourths, with the Hoppers cruising to a 144 point win on Saturday.
Berrigan Football Club — which has been in the Picola and District Football League since 2003 and won the flag in 2011 — has had a storied history over 125 years of existence.
Finley secured their first win since round nine of the Murray League season to keep their final hopes alive on Saturday.
Tocumwal had a tough day in Rennie suffering a 178 point loss, as well as losing some of their top players in the Picola & District League round 15 clash on Saturday.
Jerilderie’s A grade were simply no match for second-placed Katamatite in round 14 of the Picola & District League on Saturday.
Jerilderie’s fourths are unlikely to feature in the Picola & District League finals following a 19 point loss to Katamatite.
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