August 1 2017 - 2:37PM #Throwback to the Riverina photos of the week | August 2014 CommunityfacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments #Throwback to the Riverina photos of the week | August 2014 Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre manager, Paul Martin and Wagga City Council deputy mayor Andrew Negline pictured at the Wagga saleyards, which has maintained the position of largest sheep selling centre in the country. More than two million head of sheep and 180,000 cattle were sold at the Wagga LMC last year. From lost property to keeping time, the control centre at the Riverina Schoolboys Carnival handles it all, with Col Macaulay lending his voice to the event. Picture: Declan RurengaSt College has teams in under 14s state finals in three sports thanks to the skills of players such as (from left) Jack Grintell, Lachlan Pengelly, Sam Hopper, Isaac Williams, Nathan Tang and Tom Van Buuren. Picture: The IrrigatorGriffith's Sean Pianca will represent Australia at the World Field Archery Championships in the Croatian capital of Zagreb on August 15. Picture: Anthony StipoAbbie and Chloe Donelan had some face painting fun at Craft Alive. Picture: Jacinta CoyneChristine Lucas, from Bywong, and Zeus compete in the junior 80cm superphase at the REA Showjumping Festival at the CSU Equine Centre. Picture: Kieren L TillyGage Daye mid-air for the Heat in Wagga's game against Queanbeyan at Bolton Park Stadium. Picture: Kieren L TillyAt Craft Alive are Sharon Doak from Rainbowtopia, Canberra and Deb Johnsen, Wagga. Picture: Laura HardwickTrish Matthews was victorious at the Toastmasters Area 43 speech contest at Wagga Rules Club. Picture: Laura HardwickTurvey Park's Latrell Siegalt is tackled by Gundagai's Daniel Clarke in their under 14s match at the Riverina Schoolboys rugby league carnival at Junee. Picture: Les SmithJunee under 7s players Archie Condon, Zac McDermott and Josh Hackett talk business between games at the Riverina Schoolboys rugby league carnival at Junee. Picture: Les SmithTumut's Jack Stewart, 8, was thrilled to meet Laurie Daley at the Riverina Schoolboys rugby league carnival at Junee. Picture: Les SmithGriffith Blacks' Dan Rawaga looks around for support during the SIRU match against CSU Reddies at Beres Ellwood Oval. Picture: Les SmithFive-year-old Cameron Schirmer from Tumut and seven-year-old Samuel Pike from Wagga are keen for the mini railway at Willans Hill. Picture: Les SmithFormer Rannock resident Bill Moncrieff with the history of the community written to celebrate the Commonwealth's jubilee. Picture: Les SmithJonathon Gastin at the Griffith v GGGM match at Ganmain. Picture: Les SmithAt the opening of the University of Notre Dame rural medical school are associate dean Dr Joe McGirr, associate professor Catherine Harding, Dr Ben Weber and medical students Nina Dowling and Simon Minns. Picture: Kieren L TillyJess Martin in action for Kooringal High School in the Meaghan Bradford Memorial Trophy match against Wagga High School. Picture: Kieren L TillyA commemoration service was held at the Victory Memorial Gardens on August 4 to mark 100 years since the outbreak of WWI. Bob Belling's father, Arthur, served at Gallipoli. Picture: Les SmithCollingullie player Dominic Joyce has been selected to play for the Irish team in the AFL International Cup . Picture: Les Smith8-year-old twins Samantha and Natalie Noronha are representing the South Coast at the NSW CHS lawn bowls carnival in Wagga this week. Pictures: Michael FrogleyNorth Wagga coach Nathan Dowdle, hard at work at The Grange, is the man charged with delivering the Saints their first Farrer League premiership in 20 years. Picture: Michael FrogleyMiss Wagga Jane Morton (left) and Community Princess Cayde Cheney collect their boarding passes from Qantaslink customer service supervisor Fiona Tucker on Tuesday before a week-long visit to Wagga's US sister city, Leavenworth. Picture: Michael FrogleyJenni Morgan-Campbell with Juli, Ben and Paul Morgan are fund-raising for vital research into a rare chromosomal abnormality, with Cleo at their Wagga home. Picture: Laura HardwickThe CHS lawn bowls carnival was held at the Wagga Rules Club this week. Maddison Fennell from Gwandalan. Picture: Laura HardwickKeep Australia Beautiful assessor Doug MacDonald inspects Wagga's Botanic Gardens. Picture: Michael FrogleyWork to fix the existing Visitor Information Centre carpark is being carried out this week. The area was dug up earlier in the year after tar was discovered in a former creek bed during remediation of the former Tarcutta Street gasworks site. The gasworks remediation is tracking for completion in October. Picture: Michael FrogleyLouise Cronan is joining the large number of girls competing in the NSW CHS lawn bowls carnival, as the sport continues to evolve. Picture: Laura HardwickOfficers from the Wagga police Target Action Group seized clothing, cash, a small amount of cannabis and a white husky during a search warrant at a home on Poulton Street in Ashmont yesterday. Picture: Andrew PearsonFourteen-year-old Sally Moore and her quarterhorse Evie, pictured on the Moore family property at Borambola, are preparing for reining and horse challenges. Picture: Kieren L TillyStocking up for the Civic Theatre performance of Food is Fayssal Bazzi, Mel King, Ben Kaylock and Emma Jackson. Frankie Verduci (centre) was happy to jump in a snap with his family produce at the Eat Local Thursday market. Picture: Kieren L TillyThe Kildare Catholic College 15 years rugby league team, which this week won the CRL Country Cup. Pictured are Geoff Macnamara (Trainer), Zac Leary, Zac Phelps, Rhyce Waters, Angus Morton, Tyson Williams, Jake Mascini, Henry West, Ned Sainsbury, Kieran Stevens, Jake Gaynor Back Row left to right Will Herring, Dylan Murdoch, Lachlan Jolliffe, Sean Timothy, Cooper Smith, Bowie Foster, Harry Fitzsimmons, Max Burey (Captain), Sam Heffernan, Andrew Morton(Coach) Absent Austin Hay and Mason Gilfillan. Picture: Kieren L TillySuzanne Nguyen with her "Memory Map" of Griffith.Griffith East Public School captains Elise Armanini, 12 and Ethan Mulholland, 12, welcome Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli to the school during their open day for Education Week. Picture: Anthony StipoAbbey Young looks to pass in the Coly Blues C Grade netball game against North Wagga. Picture: Anthony StipoColeambally's Noah Bellato in action during the under 17s clash with North Wagga. Picture: Anthony StipoWaratahs celebrate their win over Yenda to reclaim the Graham Moon Cup at the weekend. Picture: Anthony StipoJeff Stoll cycles near Griffith at the weekend. Picture: Anthony StipoJessica Pianui and Josh Ratuverebukui during Griffith's Clean Up Australia Day. Picture: Anthony StipoGriffith's Lexie Witton, 6, has been diagnosed with Acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. A fund-raising disco will be held in Griffith on August 16.Yenda farmer Mitch Bianchini is concerned the recent frosts may have damaged his Valencia oranges. Picture: Anthony StipoNeedy Paws Dog Rescue volunteer Kayleen Norris, with Neddy the mascot and pooches in need of a new homes Stumpy and Benji. The rescue organisation is preparing to hold an awareness day. Picture: Anthony StipoGriffith Salami Festival organiser Roy Catanzariti wants to see a giant salami erected in the city. Picture: Anthony StipoGriffith's Fine Line Team of Andrew Robertson, Damien Le Brocque and Harry Thompson, have come to a standstill as a result of being hit by a bus near Gallipoli in Turkey.Ray Watson is celebrating 50 years in business in Leeton with AMP. Picture: The IrrigatorTidy Towns Awards assessor Peter Ryall casts an eye over Leeton earlier this week. Picture: The IrrigatorLeeton Shire Council rangers Peter Skarlis (left) and Grant Bridge microchip Roxy the cat as part of a subsidised program that coincided with Local Government Week on Wednesday. Picture: The IrrigatorPreparing for the weekend's Riverina Vintage Machinery Club rally in Leeton are (from left) publicity officer Laurie Withers, Travis Nelson, Kathy Perrin, president Roy Pepper and Patrick Gullotta. Picture: The IrrigatorLeeton Dianas' Georgia Wallace throws herself into a tackle against a bigger Wagga City opponent last weekend. Picture: The IrrigatorTemora Rural Museum manager Bill Speirs, and Ambulance museum curator Eddie Sams with one of the vehicles on show in the exhibition. This dodge was recently used in popular TV show 'A place to call home'. Picture: Southern WeeklyDavid McWilliam from Wagga and James Tierney from Riverina Livestock Agents, Wagga pictured at the Wagga sheep and lamb sale. Pictures: Shantelle StephensStephen Goodwin and Luke Jones at the Lockhart Cenotaph on Monday where a number of locals laid a wreath in memory of those lost in Word War One. Picture: Eastern Riverina ChronicleGerda Wayenberg from Jindera with "Annie" at the Yerong Creek Dog Show. Picture: Eastern Riverina ChronicleCooper Vanzanten is surrounded by Gundagai during the under 7s blue's first game. Picture: Declan RurengaJunee's Tyson McLachlan prepares to off-load. 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