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St Pat's pay the penalty in stop-start affair

Courtesy Western Advocate 1 September

LACKLUSTRE: St Pat’s players Brent Dennis and Benjamin John go in for a tackle in yesterday’s 22-12 Group 10 Premier League major semi-final loss to the Cowra Magpies. Photo: ZENIO LAPKAmore

Mudgee Dragons defeat Bathurst Panthers

Courtesy Mudgee Guardian 30 August

TACKLED: Corin Smith, tackled by Panthers' Mitch Davis, scored two tries in Mudgee's 24-18 win. Photo: BEN HARRISmore

Magpies chase home grand final

Courtesy Cowra Guardian 29 Augustmore

CYMS ladies happy to be the underdogs in major semi-final clash

Courtesy Central Western Daily 30 Augustmore

Big challenge for Hawks: Brodrick preparing under 18s for battle

Courtesy Central Western Daily 30 August

STEPPING UP: Deryne McKenzie in action for Hawks in last weekend's premier league loss to Panthers. Photo: STEVE GOSCHmore

Dragons' must win their own mind game

Courtesy Mudgee Guardian 30 August

ALL OR NOTHING: Mudgee Dragons’ Ben Thompson tries to get away from Cowra defenders in last week’s semi-final loss. If the Dragons lose again, their Group 10 season is over. Photo: COL BOYDmore

Panthers want to slay Dragons

Courtesy Western Advocate 30 August

WELCOME BACK: Six weeks after picking up what looked like a season-ending injury, Luke Carpenter returns to the Bathurst Panthers’ line-up for their showdown with Mudgee today. Photo: ZENIO LAPKAmore

Saints switch on for grand final qualifier

Courtesy Western Advocate 30 August

MINOR PREMIERS RETURN: Benjamin John will look to be the creative spark for St Pat’s in tomorrow’s Group 10 premier league major semi-final against the Cowra Magpies at Carrington Park. Photo: ZENIO LAPKAmore

New seats just part of grand Carrington Park plan

Courtesy Western Advocate 29 August

GAME ON: Member for Bathurst Paul Toole (centre), pictured with Bathurst mayor Gary Rush and deputy mayor Ian North, announced a funding boost yesterday for new seats at Carrington Park’s grandstand. Photo: NADINE MORTONmore

Hawks' Harding shortlisted for Group 10 player of the year award

Courtesy Central Western Daily 28 August

IN THE RUNNING: Orange Hawks halfback Keegan Harding pictured taking on Bathurst Panthers. Photo: STEVE GOSCHmore

Under 18s look to bounce back in second chance against Panthers

Courtesy Cowra Guardian 27 August

Tim Middleton and Conor Brebner bring down a Lithgow Workies forward. PHOTO BEN HARRISmore

Workies end First Division 2014 season

Courtesy Cowra Guardian 27 August

Dave Brooks takes a hit up in Cowra Magpies First Division's loss to Lithgow Workies on Sunday at Gen Willow Oval. PHOTO BEN HARRISmore

Thirteen minutes bring luck to Panthers

Courtesy Western Advocate 27 August

TOO BIG, TOO STRONG: Callum Young carries two St Pat’s defenders over for a try in his side’s 10-point victory over the blue and whites. Photo: NICK McGRATHmore

Lack of discipline cost us: Mortimer laments missed opportunity for Hawks

Courtesy Central Western Daily 27 August

END OF THE ROAD: Hawks' winger Alofi Mataele gets pummelled by the Bathurst Panthers defence in Saturday's Group 10 elimination semi-final loss. Photo: STEVE GOSCHmore

Cooper case's bizarre twist: Group 10 set to appeal own judiciary decision

Courtesy Central Western Daily 26 August

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A first half blitz catches Mudgee out in women's league tag

Courtesy Mudgee Guardian 25 August

BUSTING THROUGH: Nicole Schneider makes a break for Mudgee in her team’s semi-final loss to Lithgow. Photo: BEN HARRISmore

Panthers' Moss remains confident despite thrashing

Courtesy western Advocate 24 August

STILL HOPEFUL: While Saturday’s loss to CYMS was a hit to their claims, Panthers captain-coach Brian Moss still believes the men in black, including Stan Latu, pictured above, can win back-to-back titles. Photo: Steve Goschmore

Beaten Pat’s need to get basics right

Courtesy Western Advocate 24 August

LOSS: Mick Armstrong’s league tag team are hoping for a win next week. Photo: NICK MCGRATHmore

A downward spiral for the Mudgee Dragons

Courtesy Mudgee Guardian 24 August

HIGH SHOT: Mudgee’s Jeremy Lang gets taken high in his team’s 36-16 loss to Cowra yesterday at Glen Willow. Photo: COL BOYDmore

First CYMS, now Hawks: Panthers make a habit of bundling out Orange's Group 10 sides

Courtesy Central Western Daily 23 Augustmore

St Pat's takes out club championship

Courtesy Western Advocate 14 August

BREAKTHROUGH EFFORT: One round out from the finals and St Pat’s have already secured the club championship. Photo: ZENIO LAPKAmore

All hell breaks loose with sin bins, dummy spits

Courtesy Central Western Daily 5 Augustmore

From rags to possible riches for semi-finals bound ladies Dragons

Courtesy Mudgee Guardian 4 August

IMPROVEMENT: Mudgee Dragons’ league tag players Nicole Schnieder (left) and Kristen Robison have been consistent in their good form for the women’s team who have qualified for the semi-finals in their inaugural year. Photo: BEN HARRISmore

Orange Hawks fight back against determined Lithgow Workies

Courtesy Central Western Daily 4 Augustmore

Centennial Coal Cup cracks down on misbehaviour

Courtesy Mudgee Guardian 23 Junemore

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