2021 Babinda NAIDOC Celebration
On Friday, September 10, the town of Babinda came together to ack
NOURISH Nightmares finished the season in scintillating fashion, winning the Innisfail Touch Association Open Women’s touch football Grand Final, against All Stars, by 10 – 0 to claim the championship trophy.
The winning team was made up of Lillee Barba, Skye Barba, Lily De Brincat, Shaki Ashby, Summer-Rose Phair, Natayah Brosnan, Kayla Lodge, Hannah Dryden, Kyla Howard, and Isla Alcock.
Skye Barba was awarded ‘Player of the Final’.
Junior touch football for girls and boys aged Under 6 – Under 12 kicks off on Monday, July 12.
Any teams and individuals who wish to take part in the Innisfail junior touch football season, should contact Brendan King on 0457 132 392.
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
Pickleball is often described as fun, social, and highly addictive by millions of converts from around the world and they want to share their secret w
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