2016

Junior soccer club celebrates Indigenous Football Week

Cobar Junior Soccer club opened its 2016 season on Saturday morning by paying respect to the Indigenous people throughout the country. Club president Scott Griffiths said the day recognised the legendary John Moriarty, the first Indigenous football player to play for Australia, and the efforts he puts into Indigenous football. “If you had […]

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Local volunteers recognised

Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries has congratulated Cobar locals, Scott Griffiths and Narelle Kriz who have been recognised through the Office of Sport’s Western Region Sporting Spirit Volunteer Awards. “The Western Region Sporting Spirit Volunteer Awards recognise the hard work and dedication of our region’s sport volunteers in conjunction with […]

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Soccer time out

The Cobar Junior Soccer 2015 season came to an end on Saturday after grand final games were played and end of season presentations were made. United were winners of the Mids division, Rangers grabbed the title in Seniors while The Broken Scorpions were the winners of the Open title. In […]

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Broken Scorpions are out in front

The progressive points table of the Cobar Junior Soccer Club competition is: Mids–Liverpool (13), United (13), Wanderers (11), Mariners (9), Rovers (8) and The Roar (6); Seniors–Spurs (18), Wanderers (10), Rangers (7) and United (5); Opens–Broken Scorpions (16), Relics (13), Stripped Bear (9), and Team 3 (9). In the games […]

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Cobar players represent at Nations of Origin tournament

Cobar Junior Soccer Club players joined forces with Nyngan members to represent the Western Plains Amateur Soccer Association (WPASA) at the Nations of Origin ‘Football Fives’ competition in Lake Macquarie last Tuesday. The carnival was run by PCYC (Police Citizens Youth Clubs) and Football NSW and was aimed at increasing […]