2021 Babinda NAIDOC Celebration
On Friday, September 10, the town of Babinda came together to ack
ON Tuesday, the Innisfail Bowls Club green was filled with players for the first time since it was renewed.
A total of 48 ladies from the Tropical Far North took to the green and competed in the District Championship Triples.
Innisfail, Silkwood, Tully, Edge Hill, Edmonton, Marlin Coast, Mareeba, and Yungaburra Clubs were represented.
Three games of 15 ends were played with the top four teams to go on to play in the finals in a few weeks’ time.
The sun shone and an excellent day of bowls was had by all.
On Wednesday, Innisfail lady bowlers played two social games.
Pam Anderson, Ann Rule, and Jan Dunn defeated Lyn Stevenson, Joan Atkinson, and Helen Paterson, 21 – 18.
In a close fought game, Diana O’Brien, Dell Steve, and Diane Wheeler defeated Dian Catelan, Sue Morrison, and Marcia Ryall, 15 – 14, taking the lead for the first time on the last end.
Innisfail Ladies are looking forward to participating in the Gum Boot Fours in Tully next Tuesday.
BABINDA Lions Club is holding its first Youth Halloween Disco on Friday, October 29, at Babinda RSL Memorial Hall, 26 School Street.
FOUR thousand people from all over the North flocked to Cardwell for Seafest last weekend, which had events going from Friday, October 1 to Sunday, Oc
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QUEENSLAND Police Officers from the Cassowary Coast Patrol Group and staff marched solemnly up the main street of Innisfail, before a service at the M
THREE Innisfail Leprechauns A-grade players have been nominated for the coveted Cairns District Rugby League Gold Medal, with the winners to be announ