Inspired by the 100 mile diet, come and try our seasonal menu this week. Confit pork belly, rolled lamb loin, poached quinces.
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6:30pm available at other times for functions or parties
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The Royal Hotel Canowindra 75 Gaskill Street
Dance Classes @ Canowindra Primary School Hall
THURSDAY - Infants (4yo-Yr 1) 3:30pm-4pm - Pre-Primary (Yr 2-4) 4pm-5pm - Senior (Yr 7-12)
FRIDAY - Primary (Yr 5-6) 3:30pm-4:30pm
If anyone is interested in doing any of these classes please contact:
Ali Toole: 0439 185 066 or Gabby Yeo: 02 6344 1638
Cold? Get gas... Phone Origin on 132 462
or 02 6863 4066 for current competitive pricing.
Get your heater checked for safety & efficiency before the winter chills set in!
for friendly courteous Service Canowindra Cargo & Cudal areas
Call Barry on 0428 753 497
Friday Night Footy LIVE
West Tigers Warriors $4 schooners $3 middies from kick off
LAWRENCE SHINES IN GROUP 11 Congratulations to Ronald Lawrence on his inclusion in the Country Rugby League Tier 2 championship team - Group 11, who will defend their title on Saturday, taking on Group 10 who knocked out Castlereagh 48-18 at Gilgandra last Saturday. Ronald will be wearing the number 8 jersey in the team named last Tuesday night. Ronny is one of five Parkes Spacemen chosen for the team: 1 Ali Beale - Wellington Cowboys; 2 Aiden Ryan - Wellington Cowboys; 3 Rowan Orcher - Forbes Magpies; 4 Jade Williams - Dubbo Macquarie; 5 John Grey - Dubbo Macquarie; 6 Corey Stanley - Dubbo CYMS; 7 Dennis Moran - Parkes Spacemen; 8 Ronald Lawrence - Parkes Spacemen; 9 Jeremy Smith - Dubbo Macquarie; 10 Ben McGregor - Wellington Cowboys; 11 Pat Rosser (Captain) - Parkes Space- men; 12 Jamie Szczerbanik - Parkes Spacemen; 13 Epi Sadrodro - Parkes Spacemen. Reserves: 14 Chris Thompson - Dubbo CYMS; 15 Semisi Tora - Nyngan Tigers; 16 Matt Naden - Dubbo CYMS; 17 Ilisoni Vonomateiratu - Dubbo CYMS. Group 11 will play Group 10 at Carrington Park in Bathurst on Saturday 19 May at 2pm. Good luck Ronald and all players in the Group 11 team!
PYTHONS RUGBY NEWS On Saturday the Canowindra Pythons travelled to Orange to play against the Waratahs. The game was played at CSU’s oval as part of a double header which was also the Aggie’s club Ladies Day and a fundraiser for the McGrath Foundation. The game started slow with too much dropped ball but then the Pythons got going and by half time the score was 48 – 0 in favour of Canowin- dra. Tries in the first half were scored by Lachlan Noble – 3 and one each to Mitch Collins, Stuart Gavin, Sean Wyburn, Ben Enosa & Tom Wills. Tom Abbott kicked 4 goals. The second half was more of the same from the Canowindra Pythons with tries to Daniel Bowd, another to Ben Enosa and Mitch Collins and one to the Pythons stalwart – Rolls Townsend. Goals were kicked by Mitch Collins and Daniel Bowd. Points: Lachlan Noble 3; Clint Oborn 2; Daniel Williams 1; Todd Wyburn 1. Players Player:shared by Lachlan Noble and Todd Wyburn Next week is a big week for the club with the annual Sponsors and Members day. The Pythons will be up against the Cudal Cobras in the local derby. Kick off is at 3.15pm at Tom Clyburn oval. Be sure to bring your members badge with you for free beer and wine from kick off until the final whistle. Membership can be paid on the day. After the speeches the players will be auctioning of some yabbies to have their second yabby race for the year, with plenty of laughs and hopefully a few quick yabbies it should be a cracker of a night. Entry is free but we will be collecting gold coin donations for the Canowindra Fitness Path at the gate.
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Save the date… May 16: Canowindra Business Chamber meeting 7pm CWA Rooms Blatchford Street May 19: HUGE DOUBLE BILL Bob Malone & Pugsley Buzzard 6:30pm taste Canowindra May 22: Canowindra Reading Day 10am with activities continuing until midday then lunch May 24: Canowindra's Biggest Morning Tea Cancer Council fundraiser May 25: The Spooky Men's Chorale 7pm at taste Canowindra $75 inc meal 02 6344 2332 May 26: Historical Society Fashion & Hat Parade Luncheon 2pm @ Canowindra Bowling Club. Tix $10 from Saffi 02 6344 2888 or Muriel Yell 02 6344 1916
May 26: Canowindra's Red Shield Appeal Salvation Army fundraiser May 31: Moorbel Hall Biggest Morning Tea 9:30am at the Hall. Raffle & lucky door prizes. COMING UP June 23: Quiz night at Billimari Hall contact Cathy Smith 6344 3525 or 0427 248 583 July 14: "Don't be a Witness, Get into Fitness" fundraiser ball
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HARD HITTING TIGERS Sunday turned a bitter shade of cold though it never seemed cold in our Tigers hearts with Youth League and First Graders taking out the day with some fantastic plays from all. Youth League came up against their grand final rivals from two years running, and showed them what a cold snap can do. The first try went to Peak Hill in the first three and a half minutes, and the Tigers lost the ball for them to score again taking the score to 12-0. Canowindra began to control the ball well and pushed forward to see Dylan Beer dive from dummy half to put them on the board. A few penalties went their way and a kick went up to see Mick Watt score. With a failed conversion the score went to 12-10 at half time. With some constructive words from the coach at halftime, the boys hit the field a running. The referee kept a lot of the rough play aside and the penalties just kept coming, although very evenly spread, the Tigers made the most of theirs. Kain Earsman and Mick Clyburn, along with Jacob Devlin & Harry Myers took the big hit ups to hold Peak Hill at bay and catch them of guard to break through the defence to see Dylan Beer score. In the 28th minute Kain scored under the posts to seal the deal and take the score to a 28-16 win. Players' Player went to Kain Earsman, 3 points to Kain, 2 to Mick Clyburn, and 1 to Dylan Beer. Well done boys. First Grade travelled to Trundle for their first game with the newly constructed side. Even though the weather wasn’t any better in Trundle, it didn’t stop the boys from showing themselves off. The Tigers started off slow in the windy conditions & in the first half didn’t complete many of their set plays, but after a while warmed to the bad conditions & went with it. Rusty even managed to take home a hat trick for the game. Rob Burns golden boot is still on fire with a 7 for 7 kicking day, it was great to see some hard work can pay off. The score at the end of the day was a massive 60-6 win. Three points went to Blocker (Brenton Woolley), 2 to Peter Pita, and 1 to Rambo (Brendan Dean). This weekend First Grade and Tigresses have the bye, and Youth League travel to Grenfell. Good luck boys, we hope the weather is a little kinder to you.
Canowindra Business Chamber Meeting
Wednesday 16 May at 7pm CWA Rooms Blatchford Street
PARISH OF ST EDWARDS CATHOLIC CHURCH CANOWINDRA Saturday 19 May: 6pm Canowindra Sunday 20 May: 8.30am Eugowra 10am Cudal
To the editor... The identity of the young people recently (at the end of April) observed behaving in an offensive manner on the railway line, Coocumber Creek railway bridge and Coocumber Creek Weir; and suspected of later vandalising a letter box and guide post in Icely Street, has been given to Police. It is important that people report any and all observed unacceptable behaviour to Police using the Police Assistance Line, 131 444. Yours sincerely, Bill Barwood, Canowindra.
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POSITIONS VACANT 1 x chef/cook, food safety supervisor cert advantage. 1 x senior wait staff rest/cafe exp & current RSA essential, barista & workplace hygiene cert adv. 1 x junior, exp an adv, but willingness to learn essential. All 3 positions for Fri & Sat nights only. Friendly, honest, reliable people only. For a new pizza restaurant opening in a couple of months. To apply or for more info call PJ on 0427 315 521.
POSITION VACANT Permanent Part Time. Moyne is seeking a laundry assistant to work 2 days/week. All enquires to Dianne Cameron 02 6344 1475
YARD SALE Sat 19 May fr 9am 11 Ryall St 200+ DVDs, Wii game, TV & unit, pine & hardwood timber, shed, corrugated iron, kids clothes & toys, & much, much more.
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WANTED small wood fire heater for holiday cabin ph Robbo on 0422 133 158
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CANOWINDRA AUTO DETAILING can come to you. Get your car cleaned inside & out. Reasonable rates, expert job. Phone Jarrod on 0458 698 507
FOR HIRE horse drawn buggy & carriage for any function: weddings, parties, birthdays, schools, or just around town, call for pick up Michael Corrigan on 02 6344 1784 or 0427 850 689
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