Riverina’s week in photos | August 8-15 Stockinbingal horseman Graham Cooper, riding Chromed By Custom, is ready for the reining event in Wagga this weekend. Picture: Laura Hardwick

Junee Public student Ellie Johnson beds down a new tree for National Tree Day. Picture: Declan Rurenga

Griffith High School students are instructed by Kerry Johnson, Rhimi Dean Johnson Page, Rayma Johnson and Darren Williams from the Buuja Buuja Dance Group. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Karate champions Steve McLean and Melissa Sergi show off the trophies they won at the Australian Kyokushin Championship in Sydney. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Pip, 5, Judd, 3, and Archie Harmer, two months, with their new cousin Charlie Harmer, a daughter for Trent and Maddison Harmer of Wagga. Picture: Michael Frogley

Ron Clarke Snr, who is battling bowel cancer, with son Ron Clarke Jnr, who is not eligible for carers’ allowance because his dad is “too healthy”. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Kim Gibbs from All Things Art made the trip from Griffith with some of her designs, including Eric the Eagle and Pete the Dog, for the 3Cs market. Picture: Jacinta Coyne

Miss Wagga entrants Adriana Lions, Nikita Barber, Angela Fisher, Sarah Moon, Carrie Cotterill and Brooke Brunskill at Hot August Night at Magpies Nest. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Leeton’s Will Overs and Bryce O’Garey and Tigers’ Lahn Shepard in the Farrer League game at Robertson Oval. Picture: Laura Hardwick

Junior rugby league. Under 6s. Kangaroos v Gundagai. Kangaroos’ Caleb Thomsen feels the full force of Gundagai’s defence. Picture: Michael Frogley

Henwood’s Jordan Buik and United’s Ethan Schiller. Picture: Laura Hardwick.

Max Sammon, 13, from Swan Hill competes at the NSW Skeet Championships in Wagga at the weekend. Picture: Michael Frogley

Hay’s Patty Miller under attack by Bidgee’s Shaun Scott. Picture: Daisy Huntly

Dougal The Bear, Grace Dunn, 3, and 93.1 Star FM radio host Pip Enscoe warm up for Daffodil Day at the Wagga Base Hospital. Picture: Laura Hardwick

Don Tuckwell and Superintendent Bob Noble are selling tickets to the police officer of the year awards at the Wagga RSL Club on August 30. Picture: Michael Frogley

Sharon Potter and ‘Delilah’ won the Novice Champion at the 2014 NSW Dressage Championships. Picture: Michael Frogley

CSU president Andy Bedford, head of CSU campus Wagga Miriam Dayhew and Ag College president Phil Koch at Beres Ellwood Oval yesterday after the partnership with the NSW Country Eagles was announced on Monday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Henty farmers and AGnVET staff on their trip. Left to right: Warren Scheetz, Kerry Bourke Customer Service Manager AGnVET Henty, Garry Terlich, Neville Feurhardt, Rohan Bahr and Wayne Parker. Picture: Eastern Riverina Chronicle

A mobile crane was called into to re-rail a goods train at The Rock on Tuesday. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Graeme Callander (centre) and David Friedlieb with Rex Flores as he undergoes dialysis. Mr Flores, from the Philippines, came to Australia more than two years ago to work at Teys’s Bomen plant.About 18 months ago he contracted an infection that damaged his kidneys irreparably. Wagga Rotary clubs have banded together to help Rex out by bringing his brother, Rowell, who is a perfect donor match, to Australia. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Mavis Grinton, Deborah Braines, Stephy Murphy and Marsha Reilly at the handover of hand-crafted bears from the Wagga Trefoil Guild to Ronald McDonald House. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Carmen Gairn, Kathy Stewart and Pastor Debbie Gadd – representing Tumbarumba Health Expo, Zion youth leader and the Tumbarumba Community Church – will hold a walk against modern day human trafficking. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Leeton residents have been encouraged by co-ordinator Phyllis Tilker (front) with Leeton Salvation Army Captain Jennifer Stringer and Jodie Ridge to take part in Operation Christmas Child. Picture: The Irrigator

Nicholas Ferrar of the CSU Wagga Fire Twirling Guild in action at a demonstration during the week. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Robin Nugent (right) had her 15 children at Wagga’s Calvary Hospital. Her youngest child Alexandra and husband Caleb Richards had their first, Matilda, in the same hospital on Sunday. Picture: Michael Frogley

Kangaroos halfback Liam Duffyis ready for his clash with Brothers – and their halfback Joe Williams in particular. Picture: Michael Frogley

North Wagga Public School captains (left) Lauren Joliffee and (right) Todd Hopkins shake hands with mayor Rod Kendall at the unveiling of the Art in the Park mural at the Albert Burgman Memorial Park. Picture: Kieren L Tilly

Ag College’s Jonny Malone looks a little tense as he gets a pass away in the SIRU game against Waratahs. Picture: Michael Frogley

A cat was killed and a house was gutted by a blaze that erupted at a family home in Noorla Street in Griffith in the early hours of Saturday morning. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Ray Greig checks out the task ahead of him on the Griffith greens. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Griffith Swans Red under 13 player Sandy Flagg attempts tokeep the ball away from his Temora opponents at Exies Oval.

Griffith Blacks Dan Rawaqa scores a try against Albury. Picture: Anthony Stipo

DPC’s Chris Latu hits a wall of Black And Whites defence. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Ruby Leuo-Seve in action for the Black and Whites in the Group 20 leaguetag match against DPC. Picture: Anthony Stipo

A Griffith magistrate says he is sick of having to deal with drink drivers, who don’t seem to get the message that their actions are putting lives at risk. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Lake Wyangan Public School (LWPS) students Chelsea Biddle, 8, and Eddie Tiaina, 10, get snapping ahead of the inaugural LWPS Photography Festival. Picture: Anthony Stipo

Hay’s Shayne Kennedy streaks up the field in the Group 20 game against Bidgee Hurricanes at Yanco. Picture: Daisy Huntly

Leeton Shire Council has started kerb and guttering work at the Corbie Hill and Petersham roads intersection as part of a wider project to improve safety in the area. Picture: The Irrigator

Dancers from Melissa’s Dance Studio in Griffith perform in the hip hop/funk group open section at the Leeton Eisteddfod last Saturday. Picture: The Irrigator

Cooper Newman, 12, tries his hand at oiling some machinery at the Riverina Vintage Machinery Club rally last Sunday. Picture: The Irrigator

The under 15s Leeton Crows (back from left) Daniel Brennan, Nathan Tang, Hugh Collins, Cooper Sharman, Aiden Rourke, Ryan Gordon, Matt Pettit, (third row) Angus Morschel, Luke Walsh, Jordi Luisi, Sam Hopper, Matt Drinan, Daniel Fisher, Will Ormond, Harrison Kimball, Tim Sidebottom, coach Matt Sharman, (second row) Blake Goudie, Andrew Burke, Jake Wood, Jameson Booth, Tyh Evans, Will Dando, Ryan Dunn, John Draper, (front) Brodie McGillivray, Mark Salafia, Campbell McMaster and Nathan Lanham, are ready for the grand final.

Community hours work program participants (from left) Scott Wall, Josh Ingram and Michael Longhurst work on the new embankment for the Yanco miniature train track. Picture: The Irrigator

Marabou Kelpie Stud principal, Simon Male puts his working dogs through their paces. Picture: Nikki Reynolds

Greg McKelvie from Marrar and Landmark Wagga livestock agent Peter Cabot pictured at the Wagga sheep and lamb sale. Pictures: Shantelle Stephens

Marinna resident Margaret Kanaley will be part of a panel slated for August 27 talking about succession planning for family farms. Picture: Declan Rurenga

Member for Wagga Daryl Maguire and Red Cross Zone representative Dawn Smith unveil a centenary plaque for Lockhart Red Cross in Walter Day Park, Lockhart on Sunday. Picture: Eastern Riverina Chronicle

Defending Hume League premiers Brock Burrum Saints have sent a strong message to all other finals contenders that they are ready to defend its drought breaking title from last year. Picture: Eastern Riverina Chronicle

Greg Harrigan, the former licensee of the Brolga Hotel, with the new man in charge, Daniel Griffiths. Picture: Coly-Point Observer

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