TARALGA ROPES IN HEALTHY CROWD: This year the Tamworth Rodeo didn’t finish until Saturday, and with the Taralga event the following day, competitors at the New England-based finals had to travel all night to get back to Taralga.
SQUASH CENTRE RETURNS TO SHAPE: Shape Squash and Fitness managers Damien Collins and Dee Frew, with their children Lani, seven months, and Lili, 2.
SKIPPERS TURN PINK AHEAD OF BATTLE FOR THE ASHES: Tully Park Green captain Mark Griffin dangles the prize before Gold skipper Doug Webster.
DUO SETS SHINING EXAMPLE: Kathy O’Hara, on board Another Legend, gave Hugh Moran his lone win in the final race at Goulburn on Monday.
TURNING BACK THE CLOCK: Highlands and Tablelands representatives Darell Orton and Robert Scott practise at Eastgrove on Wednesday.
GRASSROOTS GUS LOVES GOULBURN: Phil "Gus" Gould - a fan of Workers Arena.
MARATHON MEN RESTED AND READY: Xavier MacDonald has eased off training ahead of tomorrow’s 112km ride and 42km run.
GRIDIRON'S GOULBURN PUNT: The corresponding fixture of 2011 was held at North Park. Photo: Darryl Fernance.
PBs APLENTY AT REGIONAL MEET: Hannah Phelps, Niamh O'Rouke, Tyler Dunbar and Elke O'Rourke.
YOUNG RAIDERS UP TO CHALLENGE: Chris Hart and Lachlan Croker.
CHARITY ROUND FAIR WAY TO HELP: Barry McEntee and Stephen Jones organise the event each year.
RUGBY COMP ATTRACTS SIX OF SEVEN: Paddy Murdoch and Ryan Walters line-up for Trinity Old Boys.
START FROM SCRATCH: Mick Gerstenberg, Jono Gann, Col Lamb and Mark Guthrie tee-off Goulburn Golf Club’s pennant defence on Sunday.
UNPREPARED BULLDOGS READY ENOUGH: Marcus Wikaria, Mick Dodson and James Aubusson coped with a change of codes and different styles of defence.
IN PIECES...: Kellie White’s Olympic dream is over. At least until 2016.
TOUCH DOWN IN AMERICA: Ben Sugget, a safety for the Gungahlin Wildcats, covered his opponents' every momve at Workers Arena this month. Photo: Darryl Fernance.
HEWITT TO ECLIPSE RIVALS: Itaintover, driven by Amy Day, is a chance at Menangle tonight. Photo: Greig Lord.
PASTY CORNISH WEATHERS STORM: Mitch and Tyler Cornish.
BULLDOGS, FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH: Toby White of the Force wraps up Trinity Old Boys’ Paddy Murdoch. The pair played together for the Goulburn Dirty Reds last season.
DAVID AND CLUB'S GOLIATH SHINE: A shoot-off was required to separate Fraser Roberts (left) and Dave Price. Although Roberts Claimed the Mixed Target Championship, Price was declared overall high gun.
TWO THOASAND WAYS A WINNER: A Crowd in the thousands watched with interest as a record field of 365 competitors plied their trade at the Goulburn Rodeo on Saturday. Among the ropers, riders and barrel racers was Marulan-based Australian steer wrestling champion, Russell Lincoln (pictured).
BACK ON HIS BIKE...: Michael Lockart begins the Australian Superbike 600 stock series campaign on Friday, one month after nurses removed plaster from his left leg.
OLD BOOKIE LNDSAY FIGURES LIFE'S FUN: Lindsay Wood has been passionate bookmaker for 41 years during an era when SP operated in back rooms of residential homes and money talked all languages.
LEG-UP FOR OLYMPIANS: Glenn Turner received a donation from mayor Geoff Kettle.
GOULBURN JUNIORS A WELL-DRILLED MOB: Jackson Weeks executes a shooting drill. PHOTO by DARRYL FERNANCE.