Free-flowing spectacle of open rugby was on show

Cobar Rugby Union Camels hosted the Coonamble Rams on Saturday at Ailsa Fitzsimmons Memorial Oval. After a free flowing spectacle of open rugby, one in which the Camels failed to convert some brilliant passages of play into points, the Rams returned home to Coonamble 38-28 victors. Frustratingly obvious is that […]


StormCo rolls in

For 26 years, Cobar has been welcoming students and supervisors from the Avondale School in Cooranbong near Newcastle to run StormCo activities in the July school holidays. The Year 11 and 12 students volunteer their time and pay their own way to come. While in Cobar they run Kids Club […]


Cross code competition

Two showstopping games of basketball were played at the Cobar Youth and Community Centre on Wednesday night. The Rooster/ettes took up the invitation to challenge the teen boys as part of the Youthie’s Basketball After Dark program. The Roosters fielded two teams made up from a combination of players from […]


Cobar welcomes child safety ambassadors

Child safety ambassadors Bruce and Denise Morcombe were in Cobar on Friday delivering a presentation to 120 students at Cobar Public School (CPS). The Morcombes spoke to CPS students about how to recognise, react and report, as part of their 20-day 7,200km Time To Talk Road Trip. CPS was selected […]


Egan claims his fourth championship

Jay Egan took out the A Grade division of the Men’s Golf Championships winning by five shots after he finished with a score of two over par on Saturday. Egan was declared the winner (for the 4th time) after rain on Saturday night and Sunday morning resulted in the two-day […]