Supa Oldies returns

AFTER what seems to have been an eternity the very successful Supa Oldies Sizzling Summer Series will make a welcome return to Rushforth Park tonight.

The series is open to both male and female players with nine players on the field and unlimited interchange. The only stipulation on players being that the male players must turn 30 during the season and females are required to be over 18.

Starting off on field 1 at 5.45 the Clarence Valley Tyres led by John Ford will play Cangai Goomboorahs with 'sneaky' Peter Taylor their team co-ordinator.

On field 2 Premium Trusses will be up against the Country Energy Shockers who have several new players entering their ranks according to leader Gavin Cocks.

At 6.35 on field 1 Tucabia play Old Gunns again with woody officiating from the centre.

At the same time slot on field 2 the very newest of sides to embrace the over 30 brotherhood led by Shane Warren and featuring several of the valley's well known players from 1990s will play Andersens Carpets in a baptism of fire.

At 7.25 on field 1 the Road Runners led by Dave Anderson will play the always skillful Bullseyes who are being organized by the valleys Argen- tinian Henry Bettancur.

On the adjoining field 2 a determined Misfits squad, full of confidence after their recent semi-final result at the Coffs carnival, will be up against the ever improving Westlawn Wallys.

Making a welcome return to the referee's circle will be Les McLennan.

Finishing off the first round of matches will be the Lawrence Tavern, led by Tina Vitriolins, against the Ravens Smash Repair side with Steve Challonor in the organizers seat.

All matches will be of two 20 minute halves with a straight turn around at halftime.

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