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Referee appointments Week 2 Semi Finals

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Blayney Bears break drought with win in elimination final

Courtesy Central Western Daily 25 August

GRIZZLE: Blayney captain-coach Dane Howarth celebrates his try in Sunday's win, a game that meant more than just keeping the Bears' season alive. Photo: MATT FINDLAYmore

Youth bonus for the beaten Saints

Courtesy Western Advocate 25 August

GOOD FUTURE AHEAD: A tough Group 10 premier league season has come to an end for St Pat’s but injuries at least gave up-and-coming players such as Harrison McCarthy the opportunity to experience premier league football. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKmore

Group 10 Semi Finals Week 2

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Expressions of Interest (EOI) 2016

Expressions of Interest (EOI) are called for positions of Coach's, Trainers, Managers and Selectors in League Tag, Under 18s and Senior grade for the 2016 season. EOIs are to be forwarded to the Group Secretary, Peter McDonald by 30th October 2015.

Completed forms are to be forwarded to acemcdonald55@bigpond.com

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Lithgow Workies defeat Mudgee, earn right to travel to Orange to face CYMS

Courtesy Central Western Daily 23 August

BRIGHT SPOT: Lithgow Workies' Keiran Croft carts the ball forward in his side's win over Mudgee Dragonsmore

Blayney Bears defeat St Pat's in Group 10 premier league

Courtesy western Advocate 23 August

SAD AND SOAKED: The Saints’ Curtis Boardman shortly before he was brought into touch during his side’s 37-10 Group 10 premier league elimination semi-final defeat yesterday to the Blayney Bears. Photo: ALEXANDER GRANTmore

St Pat's league tag side defeats Blayney Bears

Courtesy Western Advocate 23 August

CAN’T TOUCH THIS: Nicole Schneider makes a line break for St Pat’s, which led to a try at the end of the set, in the Saints’ 22-6 win over the Blayney Bears yesterday in the Group 10 ladies’ league tag qualifying final. Photo: ALEXANDER GRANTmore

Ill-discipline costs Orange Hawks as Oberon pinches last-minute victory

Courtesy Central Western Daily 23 Augustmore

Villain to hero? Van Veen leads the pack in hunt for Group 10's top gong

Courtesy Central Western Daily 20 August

ON THE LIST: Orange CYMS prop Simon Osborne is leading the green and golds' charge in this year's Group 10 Player of the Year race. Photo: JUDE KEOGHmore

Wise head to lead Hawks in 2016: Wise Kativerata signs on as captain-coach

Courtesy Central Western Daily 20 August

WISE DECISION: Orange Hawks have appointed Wise Kativerata as captain-coach for the 2016 Group 10 season, he’s pictured with son Sam. Photo: NICK McGRATHmore

Referee appointments Week 1 semi finals

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Wolves juniors into semis

Courtesy Lithgow Mercury 19 August

GOOD BREAK: Under 18s Ryan Bilby bursts downfield Photo: TANYA MORRISmore

Final outing a positive for the Cowra Magpies

Courtesy Cowra Guardian 19 August

Jack Nobes, pictured dummying earlier in the season, and Blake Tidswell (off the ball) both scored tries in the Magpies' win at Oberon on Saturday.more

'Hard work' pays off as Blayney Bears ready for return to finals footy

Courtesy Central Western Daily 19 August

GRIZZLE, GRIZZLE: Blayney prop Will Ingram is one big reason the Bears will play finals for the first time since re-entering Group 10 in 2013. Photo: STEVE GOSCHmore

CYMS lock in club championship: sea of green and gold in finals

Courtesy Central Western Daily 18 August

COVETED PRIZE: Orange CYMS have taken out the 2015 Group 10 club championship, and are the only club with all four senior sides playing in the finals. Photo: JUDE KEOGHmore

Second half demolition gives Wolves a home semi

Courtesy Lithgow Mercury 18 August

BIG DAY OUT: Johnathan Van Veen careers downfield with Harry Knight in support. Van Veen finished with three tries and six goes for a personal tally of 24 pointsmore

Biting allegation overshadows CYMS win over St Pat's

Courtesy Central Western Daily 17 Augustmore

'It just hasn't been our year': Hawks don't get the finish they'd hoped for

Courtesy Central Western Daily 17 August

TOUGH FINISH: Orange Hawks’ Jared Brodrick takes on the Bathurst Panthers defence. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKmore

Bathurst Panthers finish with a feast of tries

Courtesy Western Advocate 17 August

HAPPY CONCLUSION: Jordan Naylor, who played in three matches at Carrington Park for the Bathurst Panthers, was one of eight try-scorers for the hosts in their 52-22 Group 10 premier league win over the Orange Hawks. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKmore

NRL's games in regional centres must be organised properly: Ryan

Courtesy Central Western Daily 13 August

PICK ME: Then City gun Jarryd Hayne interacts with the fans at Wade Park in the lead-up to the 2009 City-Country clash in Orange. Photo: JUDE KEOGHmore

'Wait and see': Quinn concedes City-Country fixture is probably doomed

Courtesy Central Western Daily 13 August

James McManus scores a try at a packed Caltex Park in 2014. It appears sights like this won't be seen anymore with City-Country expected to be scrapped. Photo: BELINDA SOOLEmore

'There is still a place for it': players call for City-Country match to stay

Courtesy Central Western Daily 12 August

MIDDLE MAN: Country's James Maloney is tackled by City's Josh Reynolds and Nathan Peats during this year's City v Country Origin match at Wagga Wagga. Photo: GETTY IMAGESmore

Country Rugby League boss expects City-Country clash will be scrapped

Courtesy Central Western Daily 12 August

TOUGH TIMES: Orange's Jack Wighton tackles City counterpart Wade Graham during this year's City v Country Origin match at Wagga Wagga. Photo: GETTY IMAGESmore

THE BIG PICTURE: Bank on this, Dave Smith: Country footy fans aren't happy

Courtesy Central Western Daily 12 August

NICE ONE: Orange's Jack Wighton congratulates Country teammate Kevin Gordon on a try during the 2014 Origin match against City at Dubbo's Caltex Park. Photo: GETTY IMAGESmore

Group 10 Expression of Interest (EOI)

A Group 10 EOI has been attached under the "Documents" tab. This document is to be used to apply for Group 10 positions of Coach's, Trainers and selectorsmore

Five Group 10 games to watch in 2015

Courtesy Central Western Daily 7 April

UNDERRATED: Hawks wreaking ball Chris Anau will be one to watch this season for the two blues. Photo: STEVE GOSCHmore

New Era for Mid-West Rugby League

“We are pleased to announce New Era have agreed to partnership with Mid-West Rugby League for the 2015 season, and we are eagerly looking forward to working with clubs and competition management, supporting their activities to promote the code.” Annika Kowalski - Director of New Era.more

2015 DRAW

The revised Group 10 draw for 2015 is attached.

Some newspaper articles are reporting incorrect games especially those early in the season as they are working from an old draft copy of the draw.more

NEW Official League Tag rules

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