The last weekend of November was a busy one for the Bathurst City Amateur Swim Club as 41 swimmers competed at four different carnivals in Canberra, Lithgow, Forbes and Mudgee.
ANYA WHITELAW RUGBY UNION skipper Sam Macpherson knows his side is in for a tough game on Saturday afternoon against Bathurst District Cricket Association first grade rivals City Colts, but that is just the way he likes it.
ANYA WHITELAW “BOWL straight, hold catches”. It’s a mantra that saw ORC tie with Bathurst District Cricket Association first grade defending premiers Bathurst City last Saturday and one the Tigers will adopt again this weekend.
FOLLOWING a hugely successful debut event last weekend, organisers are pleased to confirm that Challenge Bathurst will return to a late November weekend date in 2017.
THE inaugural Challenge Bathurst event will be one that Perthville’s Tony King long remembers – it was a weekend in which he got to stand on the Mount Panorama podium.
ANYA WHITELAW A SPOT in the semi-finals of the McDonald’s Country Cup is something which only the best regional cricket sides in the state can boast, but now Bathurst is one of them.
MEMBERS of the Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon club will continue what has been a busy period this Sunday when they contest the third round of the club’s annual series.
ANYA WHITELAW WITH his Western Zone commitments now over after he was part of the side which was crowned Country Champions last Sunday, Josh Toole can now turn his focus back to club cricket.
Celebrations could continue well into the night if locally-owned Something Borrowed lands Friday's $50,000 Robert Oatley Vineyards Mudgee Cup (1,600m).
OBERON Tigers this week confirmed that Trent Rose will wear the black and gold again in season 2017, but his signing was not the only player news for Group 10 this week.