Chris, Max joined in mock wedding

August 02, 2017

The Tocumwal Football Netball Club hosted the mock wedding of the year on Saturday night.

Various club members were chosen to play a part in the wedding.

It was Chris Pattern who joined his ‘husband’ Max Brooks at the alter to sign their lives away.

Sarah Quick had the tough gig of coordinating the event, and handled it with ease.

About 120 people attended and the night was one to remember, that’s for sure.


The local golf and bowls club has held its very own (mock) Olympics.

The team included Mandy Bonat, Jacinta Vernon, Stephen Pattern, Daryll Morris, Bianca Bourke and Molly Mooney.

The night consisted of a two course meal, and quality entertainment for the viewers.

I would recommend going to the golf and bowls for their next event because they really did entertain.


The Bloods took on the Hoppers from Yarroweyah at the weekend, and the football and netball sides showed their hunger for the win, dominating throughout the day.

The young fourths this year are yet to lose a game, with only three points in total scored against them all season.

The thirds are having a hard crack this season with another win on Saturday.

The seconds and firsts both proved to be the better team on the day, winning comfortably.


Sacred Heart’s senior students have been very productive in their lunchtime.

They have been making a cubbyhouse/shelter out of sticks and branches.

It’s good to see them working together and being productive at such a young age.

On Thursday, August 10, the Deniliquin dental team will be stopping in to Sacred Heart, so make sure you get your child’s permission slips in this week.

Tomorrow is school photos day at the school.


Over at the public school we congratulate two students for competing in the PSSA state cross country championships held in Sydney — Tahlia Pate and Logan White.

Both students had outstanding efforts and are keen to make it back next year now they know what to expect.


The public school’s book fair will be held this Thursday.

A percentage of the money made by sale of the books will be donated back to the school as books for the school library.

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