Page 20 - The Barcoo Independent, Friday, June 17, 2011
SPORT ON THE BARCOO
Tambo Polocrosse Club elded three teams fortheir home carnival and in a mighty effort kept athome the trophies for the A, B and C Grades. The carnival was well attended with 17 teamsfrom as far aeld as Goondiwindi, Taroom andChinchilla travelling to compete. The event was sponsored by Robyn Sargood, Three RiversHelicopters, Darren Batts Livestock Transport, Topex Longreach, J. Turner Transport, Allied Beef,D and L Tindall, Landmark Tambo, Four Square Tambo and Caltex Tambo.Aimee McGuire, Scott Sargood, Mitch Sargood, Tom McLeish, Jacob Ross and Peter Elmes of Tambo 1 took out the A Grade, triumphing over Taroom 1. Jordan Street, Sarah Steer, Darren Batts, BellaElmes, Doug Tindall & Lauren Tindall made up Tambo 2, winners of the B Grade over Charleville1.Matt Sargood, Belinda McLeish, Chris Hall,Zane McDonald & Keith Logan of Tambo 3 alsotriumphed, taking out the C Grade.
Tambo triumphs in home polocrosse carnival
Matt Sargood, Belinda McLeish, Chris Hall, Zane McDonaldand Keith Logan - Tambo 3, Winners of the C Grade.Jordan Street, Sarah Steer, Darren Batts, Bella Elmes, DougTindall and Lauren Tindall took out the B Grade.
Magpies put up a ght against Sand Goannas
The Blackall Magpies in a scrum with the Barcaldine Sand Goannas.Andrew Pocock, Tash McEwan and Luke McEwan enjoying themselves atFriday night’s football game.
Friday night football returnedto Blackall last week with theBlackall Magpies taking on theBarcaldine Sand Goannas. The evening kicked off by twocurtain raiser games between theSt Joseph’s and Blackall StateSchool junior and senior teams. The junior game saw goodparticipation levels from bothschools with Mitchell Parry,Slater Spinks, Riley Hinds andSam Pearson as standout playersthroughout the game.In the senior game BlackallState School was too good for St Joseph’sStand out players on the BlackallState School team were Billy Flynn,Logan Hauff, Mitchell Hauff and Jesse Long, with Sam Fletcher andWill Parry the strongest players onthe St Joseph’s side.In the main game, the BarcaldineSand Goannas got off to a strongstart, scoring their rst tryquickly. The Blackall Magpies struggledthroughout the game, but scoredand converted a try in the nalminutes for an end score of 28-6to the Barcaldine Sand Goannas.