AFTER a few weeks with rain we finally had a warm enough weekend to play some cricket.
THE Northam Running Club’s 2017 season kicked off last Thursday with the traditional one lap around the bridges, only this year to throw a major spanner in the works the Avon Bridge is closed.
The Wheatbelt Athlete Support Program is calling for sports people and organisations in the wheatbelt to apply for financial support through round two of its Regional Talent Development Program funding.
DUE to the wet weather we have been having this weekend just gone, all games of cricket were washed out.
THE Northam Cricket Association (NCA) will be holding a Pink Stumps Night under lights at Henry Street Oval on Friday, March 3 to raise valuable funds for the McGrath Foundation.
Alan Parker PERCY Norrish was a real estate agent in Northam and was credited with being the father of the idea of forming a trotting club in Northam, becoming president of the Northam Trotting Club in 1954 and remaining in the chair for some 10 years.
DUE to the wet weather we’ve been having lately this is the only game played for the NCA since January 8.
When last the Northam Running Club met it was the five-kilometre and 10km championship races out at the Muresk campus.
Last week, saw the Northam Cricket Association take two sides down to Perth to compete at Senior Country Week 2017.
Alan Parker IN early 1984, Village Kid was spotted by Perth farrier Dudley Anderson while he was holidaying in New Zealand and it was Anderson who suggested to Bill Horn that he buy the gelding.