Sports news from around the region


Bombala lady golfers played a Par for Club Trophy on Wednesday with Heather Brown coming in the winner with the score of -1. Balls were won by Gay Kennedy - 7 and Marlene Kennedy - 9. NTP on the 13th was won by Heather Brown.

Members played a Stableford for Club Trophy on Saturday.

It was a small field with players at Coolamatong for the Pennants. Pepper Thompson had a great round 78 off the bat maybe the same as his age, 41 Stableford Points. Pepper also won the ball.

Pennant results: Bombala defeated Delegate 3/2. Coolamatong defeated Jindabyne 3/2.

Sunday's Foursomes Championships was played over 27 holes. There was lots of sad tales of what they did to their partners and how they recovered playing from positions they hadn't seen before. By the sounds of laughter covid-19 wasn't in anyone minds during the afternoon.

The Foursomes Champions for 2020 are Brendan Weston and Wayne Elton 124 in a close result one shot from Joel Cherry and Clay Stewart 125. Believe it was a little nervy at times as these chaps were in the same group.

Handicap Champions are Ray Fermor and Steve Tatham 109 nett from Brad Yelds and Tony Brady 112 1/4 nett. Those missed putts cost you Brad and Tony.

Golf program

At this stage the golf program will continue. We ask you have common sense and take care with washing hands etc. as advised.

Ladies: Wednesday, March 25 - Stableford. Club Trophy. Saturday: Catering for Pennants.

Members: Saturday, March 28 - Pennants at Bombala. Bombala versus Coolamatong.

Non Pennant Players - Stableford. Club Trophy. Ind. Acc. Sunday: Par. Club Trophy.

Duty roster: Saturday - Simon Stephen.


Bombala District Netball has taken advice from Netball NSW's recommendations in light of the coronavirus pandemic and cancelled the competition for the rest of this term. Netball NSW announced to assist with infection control it is the recommendation of Netball NSW that all community netball competitions in NSW should be suspended until Saturday, May 2.

Pony Club

Delegate Pony Club rallies will continue presently, but this decision will be reviewed before each rally until the world returns to some form of normality The next rally is Sunday, April 4, 9.30am gear check for 10am start. Please bring your own water to drink, lunch and sunscreen to minimise personal contact. Please do not attend if you are not feeling well or have a temperature..