Crookwell still sitting 'top of the pack'

LIFTED HIGH: Jimmy Croker being lifted in the line out in the home game against Yass Rams. The team took home another win 48-22. Photo Ally Horan.

LIFTED HIGH: Jimmy Croker being lifted in the line out in the home game against Yass Rams. The team took home another win 48-22. Photo Ally Horan.

The Crookwell Dogs Rugby Union side are still ahead of the pack after a couple of consecutive home games.

On May 27 they played the Jindabyne Bush Pigs under the watchful eye of game day sponsors, MD & JJ Anderson. 

The team played a strong game to end up with a final score of 45-17.

Ben Seaman and Andrew Garvey both managing to get hat tricks across the line.

Ben Seaman continued this form against the Yass Rams on Saturday June 3.

The team took home another 48-22 win.

Crookwell Tyre Service was the game day sponsor when Yass visited.

On the June long-weekend the team had a competition bye with the team in need of a well-deserved rest so that they can bring their A game when they take on Boorowa at Boorowa this coming weekend June 17. Boorowa is always a grudge match.

This weekend’s game will be hard, since Boorowa are the only team to get on top of the Dogs for the 2017 season.

“The Dogs have had fantastic crowd support at home games this season which has helped to cheer on the team to victory time and time again,” president, Ally Horan said.

“We hope to see this continue over to our Boorowa game to help them keep on top of the competition ladder as we head into the pointy end of the season.

“Our next home game will be July 8 and we take on Bungendore, who are currently sitting in second place on the ladder,” Ms Horan said.

The Corbys

The Corbys from Taralga will be playing at the Crookwell Golf Club on July 8 after the next home game of the Dogs. Rhiannon, Ben and Nikita are three siblings that make up the band.

Sharing a love of music and growing up in the small country town of Taralga, the band formed in mid-2008 as (Versatillia) and had their first public performance at the local pub.

Since then they haven’t looked back, performing locally and around NSW as a versatile cover band, playing a wide range of music from the old pub classics to hits of today, pop and rock to country and everything in between.

More recently the band changed their name to, The Corbys and has been concentrating on their own original music.

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