Earlier this year, three Collector residents formed a team to participate in the 2020 Active Farmers Games at Temora.
The event in March aimed to help raise awareness of physical and mental health, community connectedness and to provide an opportunity for people to participate in something challenging and fun.
Tracy Bryon, Mick Cantwell and Kristy Quigg came seventh out of 24 teams in the timed event and were understandably elated with their performance.
"It was such an incredible experience and to be there with 200 other people was just crazy," Ms Quigg said.
"Everyone was cheering you on to get through the obstacles.
"We really pushed ourselves."
With COVID-19 gradually worsening at the time, all precautions to ensure a successful, happy and healthy games was enforced.
Teams had to work their way through 19 obstacles which included a fence climb, a hay wall, balance beams, tyre stacking and a mud crawl.
"All the obstacles required the help of your team so it really did emphasis that teamwork matters, and it's okay to ask for help," Ms Quigg said.
"That's what active farmers is all about, reaching out and talking to those in the community for help when you need it."
DJ Leighton Marshall provided the entertainment as well as the Wobbly Boots band afterwards.
A brunch was supplied by Rotary Temora, Combaning Larder and others.
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