Kandos News

This week’s New Era Cup game between the Kandos Waratahs and the Lithgow Bears at Waratah Park was an emotion-fuelled game, both teams eager to win the first match, as well as winning the first game for the Nathan Boundy Memorial Shield. The shield was founded by the Lithgow Bears club as a memorial to Nathan Boundy. Nathan started playing for the Kandos Waratahs in 2006 and played for the Lithgow Bears in his final season. The trophy will stay between the two clubs and be awarded to the club who wins the first match of the season.   

Beautiful: Gemma Braiding’s Shawl – close up ‘Cabinet of Excellent’ fine lace shawl. The seven feet in diameter shawl took a staggering 2km of yarn.

Beautiful: Gemma Braiding’s Shawl – close up ‘Cabinet of Excellent’ fine lace shawl. The seven feet in diameter shawl took a staggering 2km of yarn.

Nathan Boundys Memorial Sheild: The Kandos Waratahs and the Lithgow Bears. The Kandos Waratahs won the first game and the trophy, 36-32.

Nathan Boundys Memorial Sheild: The Kandos Waratahs and the Lithgow Bears. The Kandos Waratahs won the first game and the trophy, 36-32.

Kandos Fire Station Open Day

This Saturday, May 20 between 10am-2pm, at 26 Rodgers Street, Kandos. The Station, firetrucks and firefighting and rescue equipment will be on display, as well as handy fire safety and fire alarm information will be available. Kids will have the opportunity to dress-up as a firefighter and get some adorable photos, try out the hoses and take home some educational goodies! There will also be a sausage sizzle at 12pm. More information, call 0427 827 775.