Cowra Health Club Tipping comp winners
Cowra Health Club came out on top in 2021 The Canowindra Phoenix tipping competition.
Kris Knights said the competition was something entertaining to do during lock-down. “It’s something you get interested in. It’s challenging to keep up with your competition, but it keeps it fun,” Kris said.
He wouldn’t give away any secrets about how the Health Club won the competition, but did say they use the ESPN app when betting.
“NRL is something I follow. I watch most games on the weekends,” he said.
Somewhat ironically, Kris goes for the Newcastle Knights. Not inspired by his surname but the Andrew Johns era.
The Newcastle Knights lost to the Parramatta Eels in the finals last week. Kris was happy with that as his team would have faced the Penrith Panthers in the semi finals this weekend anyway.
His grand final prediction is Melbourne Storm against the Manly Sea Eagles. Adding that the Sea Eagles really crept up on their competition through the season.
Cowra Health Club won a television donated by Weily’s Betta Electrical in Orange.
Business Chamber reschedule
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions for our community, the committee has decided to postpone the Members Forum. The new date for the Forum will be Wednesday, September 22 for 7pm at the Canowindra Services Club.
Swimming Club 2021/22 Registration
Canowindra Swimming Club is now open for registration for the upcoming season. If your child can swim one lap of the pool they are eligible to join our friendly swim club. Visit canowindra.swimming.org.au to register for swim club and squad training.
• Friday 5th November: Registration night and fun swimming events
• Monday 8th November: Squad training commences
• Friday 12th November: First club night For more information, email email@example.com. All pending the COVID-19 situation and regulations.
Rep Sport Cancelled
NSW representative school sporting competitions have been cancelled following the Government’s School Sport Unit regrettably cancelling all NSWPSSA, NSWCHSSA and NSW All Schools events on the revised term four calendar. All primary and secondary cricket, tennis, water polo, touch football, golf and softball championships have been abandoned for this year.