2021 Babinda NAIDOC Celebration
On Friday, September 10, the town of Babinda came together to ack
Light drizzle greeted the 20 brave souls who took to the Tully Golf Club to compete for prizes donated by Trevor and Dawn Bailie.
Wade Stuart won the day with a fine score of 38 points, with Amar Gurung coming in 2nd on a countback from Rob Milini with 37 points.
NTPS 2/11 and 5/14 and 7/16 all went to Noel Wagner, with Wendy Holloway winning 7/16 for the Ladies, and Jim Boston taking out 9/18.
Thanks again to Trevor & Dawn.
Next week sees the start of our Mitre 10 Club Championships. The first 36 holes will be played over Saturday and Sunday and are being sponsored by Kitchen Essentials and Tully Office Supplies. Please remember that the tee off is being brought forward to 10.45am so all can start on the 1st tee.
Thursday afternoon Sporters 9-hole winner was Noel Wagner, with Norm Gray taking out the 6-hole. Rundown place getters were Ernie Gower and Michael Andersen. Self-proclaimed worst putter in Far North Queensland, Ernie Gower, somehow won the least putts for the day. NTPS 2/11 Jim Boston, 3/12 Mick Ellicott, 5/14 and 7/16 Rob Milini, and 9/18 Steve Wells.
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
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