MONA Kelly celebrated her 100th birthday on Monday. Still sharp, Mona reads the newspapers and knits every day.
Out of the wind ... Hugh Gunn’s low borers worked well in Saturday’s windy conditions.
Happy or not? ... Mark Jones watches his bowl right to the head, during his team’s state fours semi final on Sunday.
Best and fairest ... Under 17 winner Kody Jackson.
Medal winners … Player of the match and player of the finals series, Bailey Bell and Liam Evans.
Top Swans ... Mitch Sidebottom and Sarah Weidemann.
Ride for a reason ... Leading Senior Constable David Liversidge and Senior Constable Joe Tomasino made the long ride to Canberra to honour fallen brothers.
Tough shot ... Numurkah Blue pennant player Laurus Hinchcliffe playing a difficult hoop shot, watched closely by doubles partner Rhonda Geddes.
Top netballer ... 17 and under B&F Sammy Simpson.
Team Miller ... (Back): Barry and Faye Miller with (front): Mark, Ciara, Cooper and Nicola when they took a break from training and visited Numurkah last week.
Strong local support ... Suzanna Sheed was flanked by farmers and business owners from the Numurkah district as she made her announcement.
Winners are grinners … Nathalia seniors celebrate their premiership win.
Brotherly love … Tom, Ned and Joe Nihill after the match. Tom received a shoulder injury during the match and Joe was unable to play due to a shoulder injury received just prior to finals.
Lets stick together … The U/14s run through the banner prior to the start of play.
Young guns … Ben Armstrong, Tom Byrnes, Harrison Hawks and Clancy Congues with their first premiership medallions for Nathalia.
Winners are grinners ... Place getters in the intermediate race were happy as.
This week's photos
This week’s photos