TPS students Jessica Bennett and Tahlia Pate have both been selected into the Finley Zone netball team after attending the zone trials in Berrigan last week.
The coach said all girls from Tocumwal played extremely well in their trial game and showed great versatility and sportsmanship.
Jessica and Tahlia with their team will play in Griffith in the Western Riverina trials in an attempt to gain selection into the Western Riverina team.
Jessica and Tahlia also took part in the Riverina PSSA Girls Soccer trials in Albury last week, along with Alana Sutton, Remi Wardlaw and Katya Eddy.
The girls played three games for the Finley Zone team for the day, winning one, drawing one and losing one.
Junior Golf Clinics will be starting 2pm Sunday April 15 at Tocumwal Golf and Bowls Club and running for five weeks.
There is no charge and equipment can be provided. The clinics will last for an hour and cover all facets of the game.
Are you a kid who wants to play soccer? CJSA provides a fun and safe environment for boys and girls ages 4-14 to enjoy playing the world game each Saturday.
Games are held in Finley, Cobram and Yarrawonga. Players also have the opportunity to participate in representative gala days.
Registrations close this Friday, online at www.playfootball.com.au.
The first game will be April 28, preceded by a meet the coach day on April 21.
Further registration instructions can be found on the Cobram Junior Soccer Association Facebook page or call Katy Wallis on 0458108492 or Shannyn Chandler on 0427740022.
Those persistent Boomerang Bag makers were back at the Tocumwal War Memorial Hall on Sunday, busy making bags to replace the throwaway plastic bags.
This time there was a spot of youthful enthusiasm as young Lily Thorburn helped cut fabric and sew the bags.
Did you miss out this week? Well, there is another sewing day scheduled for the Sunday after Mother’s Day.
Donated fabrics can be left with Kristine Philpot at Miss Daisy.
Easter was such a huge weekend in Tocumwal we could not fit everything in last week.
One of the events that missed out last week was the Cobram and District Artist Society Art Show.
Society president Trevor Ellison said the group was happy with the way the four day show progressed and very pleased with the sales.
The most prolific seller of exhibited paintings for Easter 2018 was Sue O’Kane who specialises in peaceful Murray River scenes.
Winner of the show raffle was Alf Green.
Just a reminder, although Anzac Day is in the April school holidays the school would still like to see all of the students marching on the day. Everyone is to assemble at ‘The Fish’ at 10:45am - from there march to the RSL Hall for the Commemorative Service due to start at 11am. All students are to wear their winer uniform.
Tomorrow is the Deanery Cross Country carnival in Tocumwal, with students from Jerilderie, Berrigan, Jerilderie and Urana. Students from years 3 to 6 will be at the Tocumwal Football Ground, where they will compete in the Cross Country. They will walk the course at 10.30am with the first event at 11.15am. Students in Kinder, Years 1 & 2 will be kept busy with their own mini cross country back at Sacred Heart school grounds.
There is always something different to see and do at the Tocumwal Farmers’ Market and at the next market on April 21 the Tocumwal Local Health Advisory Committee and the Tocumwal Hospital Auxiliary will have a stall for the Cancer Society.
Drop in and pick up information on early detection methods for skin, bowel and breast cancer, because early detection and awareness can stop this dreaded disease in its tracks.
A bigger Cancer Society event will be held on May 8 at the Tocumwal War Memorial Hall.