NOT AGAIN: Lower Clarence Magpies president Garry Anderson, front, looks over the damage at the canteen with Clarence Valley Co
NOT AGAIN: Lower Clarence Magpies president Garry Anderson, front, looks over the damage at the canteen with Clarence Valley Co

Angry Anderson fires up at thieves

By ADRIAN MILLER

GARRY Anderson has had enough.

The Lower Clarence Magpies president faced a day of cleaning and repairing the club's canteen yesterday after another break-in on Wednesday night.

It was the fourth robbery this year at the Maclean Showground.

On each occasion the rugby league club has been targeted, causing thousands of dollars worth of damage to their food, drink and merchandise stocks.

But this time the damage wasn't limited to the club.

The thieves also struck at the Jim Thompson Pavilion, smashing windows, destroying tables and seats and kicking through fibro walls. Mr Anderson said the club was fed up with the constant wanton destruction.

"I said last time that I was gutted by what happened and I'm gutted again," he said.

"It gets to a stage where you say how much more of this do you want to do."



Dog groomer a cut above in making Australian Groom Team

premium_icon Dog groomer a cut above in making Australian Groom Team

Naked Hound's Jane Bourke honoured with selection

FINALS TUSSLE: Bobcats need win to keep finals hopes alive

premium_icon FINALS TUSSLE: Bobcats need win to keep finals hopes alive

Maclean play out 1-1 draw against Westlawn Tigers

Another PM heads for toilet after fighting off spill

premium_icon Another PM heads for toilet after fighting off spill

September has been the cruellest month for PM.

Local Partners