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Wee Waa Panthers Senior Club Training

Wee Waa Panthers Senior Club Training

Monday Wednesday and Friday 6pm Cook Oval

Wee Waa Panthers Senio Group Club Training

Days and Times:
Monday @ 6pm
Wednesday @ 6pm
Friday @ 6pm

Where:
Cook Oval

Anyone interested in having a run In the 2017 season are welcome to come out

https://m.facebook.com/WWRLFC/


22/03/2017/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (3674)/Comments (0)/
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Wee Waa Panthers Senior Club Training

Wee Waa Panthers Senior Club Training

Monday Wednesday and Friday 6pm Cook Oval

Wee Waa Panthers Senio Group Club Training

Days and Times:
Monday @ 6pm
Wednesday @ 6pm
Friday @ 6pm

Where:
Cook Oval

Anyone interested in having a run In the 2017 season are welcome to come out

https://m.facebook.com/WWRLFC/


24/03/2017/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (3674)/Comments (0)/
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Galloping Gully Polocrosse Weekend

Galloping Gully Polocrosse Weekend

12th and 13th August 2017

12/08/2017 - 13/08/2017/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (116)/Comments (0)/
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Cubbaroo Polocrosse Weekend

Cubbaroo Polocrosse Weekend

22nd - 23rd July 2017

22/07/2017 - 23/07/2017/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (119)/Comments (0)/
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NEW CODE TO PROTECT INEXPERIENCED HORSE RIDERS

NEW CODE TO PROTECT INEXPERIENCED HORSE RIDERS

A new Code of Practice to help reduce horse-related injuries and fatalities among novice and beginner riders has been released in NSW. Of the 133 fatalities that occurred Australia-wide between 2000 and 2014, 18 per cent involved people under the age of 20. The Code will help prevent horse-related injuries and fatalities among beginner and inexperienced riders and aims to ensure that the temperament of the horse and the experience of the rider are adequately matched. The Code has been developed following extensive consultation with more than 100 responses to calls for comment from key industry groups and individuals. Numerous businesses across the state offer horse-related activities and this Code will provide them with the practical tools they need to ensure they are complying with their obligations and doing everything they can to prevent injuries and fatalities. The NSW Government is committed to improving safety for inexperienced and novice horse riders, such as those participating in pony clubs, at jackaroo and jillaroo schools and trail riding schools. The Code includes practical tools such as a checklist for riders and a checklist for horses, to evaluate the level and skill of the rider and also to help assess the suitability of the horse for the activity being undertaken. The Code will come into effect on 1 February 2017. The Code of Practice is available from www.safework.nsw.gov.au
Wednesday, 14 December 2016/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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