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Wednesday Bowling

Ten bowlers participated in last Wednesdays Jackpot Bowls. 

Winners on the day were Mo Clare, Frank Gersbach and Ron Oxenham  who defeated  Ian Humphries, Jack Charlton and Bill Meharg  22 – 12 (14 points). 

Runners up were John and Ray Gersbach who defeated Don Graham and Terry Dray 19 - 18 (13 points).

The Jackpot was not won. Ray Gersbach won the Raffle.

Wednesday competition fee are $12.

Jackpot Bowls are on again today, Names in by 1pm with a 1.30pm start. Phone 6845 1973

Sunday Mixed Bowls

  • ​Due to the unpleasant weather there were no Bowls played last Sunday.
  • Mixed Bowls are on again next Sunday with a 1pm start.
  • Names in between 12noon and 12.45pm. Draw for partners – Mixed Pairs 18 Ends. $10 Green Fees

All Welcome

Wellington Bowling Club provides a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for members and guests. We have an excellent function room, and bar area.

-by  Donna Dray

TOO GOOD: Rehanaat and trainer Sharon Jeffries (centre) won at Nyngan on Saturday. Photo: ZAARKACHA MARLAN

TOO GOOD: Rehanaat and trainer Sharon Jeffries (centre) won at Nyngan on Saturday. Photo: ZAARKACHA MARLAN


Rehanaat, trained at Parkes by Sharon Jeffries for Phil Easman, made it four Cup wins from the last five starts when taking out the feature race at Nyngan on Saturday.

Ridden by Scone based Ashley Boyd, Rehanaat ($5.50) travelled in fourth position  and then finished strongly down the centre of the track to win the Three Rivers Machinery Duck Creek Picnic Cup (1250 metres) by a length from Austin (Maddison Wright, $4.20) And Flatley’s Fortune (Wesley Boyd, $7.50).

Following a win in the Trangie Gold Cup,the six year old chestnut mare Rehanaat won the Grenfell Picnic Cup and then was a dead heat for first with Track Flash in the Marthaguy Picnic Cup before finishing fourth in the Gulgong Cup and winning the Cup at Duck Creek Picnics held at Nyngan.

Ashley Boyd also rode Rehanaat for Sharon Jeffries and Phil Easman when winning the 2017 Duck Creek Picnic Cup from Didyahearme and Emerald Fortune.

Nyngan trainer Rodney Robb and south coast jockey Maddison Wright have been a formidable combination over recent seasons  and they had a winning treble with Blue Channel ( Maiden Plate, 900 metres ), Bulbadah ( Class 2 Handicap, 900 metres ) and Bells ‘N’ Bows ( Class B Handicap ( 1250 metres ).

Owned by John Smith from Gilgandra, Blue Channel  ( $3.20 to $2.10 favourite ) after racing close to the lead cleared out to score by nearly seven lengths from Sutton ( Caitlin King, $6 ) and High Tail It ( Ashley Boyd, $6 ).

Bulbadah ( $3.50 ) raced by David and Heather Ringland from Dubbo and the Wayne Brown owned Bells ‘N’ Bows ( backed from $2.20 to $1.60 favourite ) both tracked the leaders before taking control in the straight.

The well bred five year old mare Trajectory, raced by media personality Tim Moses and trained at Dubbo by his partner Cindy Monaghan, was heavily supported in the betting ring ( $4.60 to $2.70 favourite ) before winning the Rob Ellison Memorial Class 1 Handicap,1600 metres, with Ricky Blewitt in the saddle.

Fifth to the hometurn, Trajectory won by over two lengths from Whinna Whiskey (Maddison Wright, $4) with Al Artois (Ashley Boyd, $10) four lengths away third.

A valuable broodmare prospect,Trajectory is a three quarter sister to Group One winner  Duro Valley.

Trained at Cobar by Wayne Prisk for Jarrod Marsden, Vonnida (Wesley Boyd, $6) was very impressive when coming from a long way back to win the 900 metres Open Handicap from Lulu’s Destiny (Maddison Wright, $2.50 fav.) and Mr Swift (Ricky Blewitt, $3.80).

Duck Creek Picnics attracted a record crowd.

Racing on Saturday at Cowra ( TAB ) followed by Dubbo ( TAB ) on Friday July 20 and Carinda on Saturday July 21.

(Wellington ( TAB ) raced on Tuesday July 10 ). ( or is racing today/tomorrow July 10 )

-by Colin Hodges

Get Activity

School Holiday Activities

School holidays are always a challenging time for parents so have a look at the calendar and enrol your children today. For more information call Wellington Coordinator – Maree Thomas. Dubbo Regional Council, Corner Warne Street and Nanima Crescent, Wellington on 02 6840 1734 or  0427 636 023.


PCYC offers a great range of fun activities and awesome ways to get active.

  • Monday Basketball, ninja warrior, indoor cricket and archery.
  • Tuesday Hockey, gymnastic, arts and craft workshop.
  • Wednesday Soccer, yoga, and karate
  • Thursday Indoor games, judo and arrow tag.
  • Friday, Scooter boards and handball 

You can do a half day for $15 or full day for $25. For children from five to 14 years. Cooking workshop at PCYC Wellington. Friday, July 13 from 2pm to 4pm or Friday, July 20 10m-12.30pm. To make a booking call the club on 6845 2590.

Free Martial Arts

We believe in our town and we want to give back to our community that’s why we are now offering free Kungfu 4 Kids and Seniors Master Classes to anyone wanting to learn the Martial Arts in Wellington! Kungfu 4 kids Tuesday, 5.30pm. Master class Thursday, 6pm and Saturday 1pm. Call 0432 792 125.