WE’LL DEFY THE FLOOD: Goulburn Greyhound Racing Club president, Patrick Day, surveys the water level from the training track.
CASHING IN: Tyler Keller promotes the ball from a scrum during the Raiders development squad’s match with the ‘Bidgee Bulls.
HEWITT IN FRAME AS SERIES HEATS UP: The David Hewitt trained Toolijooa Dawn won the first series final of the Tabcorp Park Menangle Country Series. Photo: Gene Lett.
WET AND WILD: GOULBURN WAKEFIELD BEST YET: HARDENED motor racing fans described Sunday’s 2012 edition of the Kumho Tyres 300 at Wakefield Park as the best ever seen.
ON DRIVE TO ALL-GOULBURN FINAL?: Tully Park paceman Brad Smith has 25 scalps to his name this season. He'll need to add to that tally come finals time.
HEWITT’S GRAB ONE, TWO AND THREE: Brad Hewitt drove Shez All Magic to victory on Monday, claiming $3500 prizemoney in the process.
WORKOUT – WINS AMONG THE LOSSES: AUBUSSON: Ricky Chamberlain (with ball), Ben Marmont, Brad Hewitt and Mitch Turner got through Saturday’s nine-a-side competition injury-free. Photo: Joe Medway
STRIKERS REGROUP: Strikers Tim Daly, Musare Gasirimu, Ben Stephenson, Adam Mills and David Albrighton.
CORNISH CARVES UP: YOUNG gun Mitch Cornish earned glowing reviews from experts with a man-ofthe- match performance for the second week running.
SMOKING ACES: Teenagers Corey Greenwood and Jarred Twadell (pictured far right of photo) are at present testing their mettle at the NSW state championships at Homebush. Hayley Cooper and Matt Chapman (left of picture) will soon follow their lead.
CAPTAIN CAM A WANTED MAN: James Edwards, Jason Apps, Dan Cooper and Doug Webster are each confident their respective teams have the ammunition to claim Goulburn’s second grade title in a fortnight. First, they must prevail tomorrow. And there can only be two winners.
SNOOKERED: CLUB VOWS TO PLAY ON DESPITE SETBACK IN NUMBERS: President of the Goulburn Snooker Association, Graham Barrett, needs recruits BREAKING POINT: President of the Goulburn Snooker Association, Graham Barrett, needs recruits
GROUNDED…: Mick Brown provided a rare highlight for the Bulldogs in an otherwise frustrating weekend, scoring a try against West Belconnen at Workers Arena. Photo: Joe Medway
TULLY TIES UP GRAND FINAL BERTH: Mik Webber clears his head during a stay at the crease. Photo: Lauren Wright.
JOHNNIE WAS GOOD: OWNER: Polygon Wood’s connections celebrate Friday’s win.
AMCROSS ON RAZOR’S EDGE: Matthew Kehlet rips up dirt on the Herfoss family’s property near Goulburn this month. Kehlet begins his pro series campagin at Picton this weekend.
STRIKERS DRESSED TO THE NINES: Kristy Boxsell and Ash Cooper discuss training techniques with Matildas coach Tom Sermanni.
IN HONOUR OF OSCAR: Michael Lockart was shaken by the death of teenager Oscar McIntyre.
BATTLE FOR THE AGES: Mark Stutchbury finished first in the ‘Clydesdale’ section (over 95kg) in Goulburn’s recent triathlon.
FANCY LUNCH, JAKE?: Brumbies coach Jake White could be a guest speaker at the Dirty Reds Gentlemen’s Lunch in October. Photo: Anthony Johnson.
MAKING A MARK: Gibson (far right) celebrates with NSW teammates Bradley Heffernan, Harrison Carter and Jack Edwards.
CHARLIE’S READY TO RIP: CHARLIE White may be ally-less at this weekend’s Monster Energy Motocross National Series opener at Condole, Queensland, but he’s far from intimidated.
GLENN TURNS ON FORM WITH FOUR: Glenn Turner scored a career-best four goals against China.
OPENING DOORS: Motor enthusiasts can shadow their V8 idols.
REDS, WORKERS, RJ SIDNEY CRAIG PREMIERS: Ben Todkill (ball in hand) led the Reds to grand final victory. Photo: Geoffrey Shepherd.
MOOLOOLABA TO ORANGE: Mark Stutchbury, Damien Ottley and Andy Oberg each bagged a silver medal at the NSW Police Games.
THE DECIDER: Tully Park are carrying the torch for Goulburn in this weekend's final.