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‘We should be aiming to win a premiership’ – Keogh

The Tumut Bulls have a new second grade coach in the form of club stalwart, Kevin Keogh.

Streckfuss pinches hole-in-one riches

Steve Walker of Walker BDS Partners hands over a cheque for $1000 to Nathan Streckfuss after he hit a hole-in-one on...

Weir readies for Wagga raid

Kerry Weir and Megan Creed could have a busy day at Wagga on Tuesday, with eight runners nominated for the meeting....

Pearce brothers stay true Blue

Jed and Adam Pearce will turn out for the Tumut Blues in the 2021 Group 9 competition.

Old Bull ready to return

Rob Harris runs out for the Tumut Bulls during the 2018 season. The former SIRU representative front rower hopes to make...

Former Olympian and Tumut Bull links with Gundagai Tigers

The Tumut Bulls loss will be the Gundagai Tigers gain in 2021, with speedster Vaughn Scott set...

Tennis club to trial Wednesday night comp

John Piper (second from left) hopes local tennis players jump at the chance to play some Wednesday night tennis.

Two more Blues added to Riverina team

Tolo Aroha-Tuinauvai was hard to stop at time last year, and was one of the best on field during Tumut’s preliminary...

Temora Dragons add strike power with North Queensland product

Jai Doherty, pictured here playing for the Trinity Bulls in Cairns, will make the move from North Queensland to Temora so...

Wheelchair sports coming to Tumut

Australian wheel chair tennis legend, David Hall, will be in Tumut on Thursday, introducing the next generation of kids to wheel...