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Ladies Day unites Walgett and Coonamble supporters

Ruby Jones, Alice Berry and Emma Lock enjoying Ladies’ Day in Walgett. Photo TWH

Rugby Union

In addition to the thrilling rugby action between Walgett and Coonamble, the Saturday had an extra special element.

It was the highly anticipated Ladies Day, where women from both communities gathered in a beautifully adorned marquee to celebrate the spirit of the game.

Ladies from Walgett and Coonamble came together, dressed in their finest attire, ready to enjoy a day filled with delightful treats and shared laughter.

The marquee exuded a vibrant and welcoming atmosphere as the women mingled, forging new friendships, and strengthening existing bonds.

The aroma of sumptuous and delectable treats tantalized their taste buds, creating a festive ambience that transcended the on-field rivalry.

Regardless of the on-field outcome, this special occasion allowed the women to momentarily set aside their competitive spirit and revel in the joy of togetherness.

As the game unfolded, cheers and applause echoed from the marquee as the women passionately supported their respective teams.

The Ladies’ Day was a testament to the power of sport in bringing communities together.

It fostered an atmosphere of unity and friendship, where the focus shifted from the scoreboard to celebrating a shared love for the game. […]

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