The Bactrians’ best on field on Saturday, Bethany Smith, running the ball up against the Bourke Ewes in the Ladies Rugby 7s Touch match at Ailsa Fitzsimmons Memorial Oval. The Bactrians were narrowly beaten 4-3 by the visitors with Eve Arnold, Aisha Schofield and Sally Schintler scoring Cobar’s tries. Smith collected Cobar’s Best & Fairest three points with Arnold awarded two points and Schofield and Schintler earned one point each. Taylah Good was named Players’ Playe
It was all one-way traffic at Tom Knight Memorial Oval on Saturday afternoon as the Cobar Roosters demolished the visiting Baradine Magpies 70-0 in Round 11 of the Christie & Hood Castlereagh Rugby League competition. The Magpies had few answers to the rampaging Roosters attack and were soundly beaten by […]
The Green team finished as the winners of the Cobar Netball Association’s Juniors (11-14 years) 2021 competition. The side is pictured above with their coach Kain Neale at the club’s junior presentations at Ward Oval on Friday afternoon.
selection of specially curated artworks drawn from the Outback Arts 10th annual Outback Archies art competition held in 2020, are currently on display at the Cobar Shire Library. The exhibition show-cases artwork by 20 artists from the far-flung corners of regional NSW, stretching from Bourke and as far as Broken […]