Camron Slessor, The Advocate - 24 July 2017
(Photo by Cordell Richardson, The Advocate)
By Camron Slessor, The Advocate
Elesha Spillane hasn’t been able to compete in the sport she loves for almost 12 months now.
The horse rider from Lower Barrington is an accomplished show jumper but has been sidelined by injury for the better part of the last year.
But she’s set to get back on the horse for the first time since October of last year when she competes at the 2017 Australian Masters Games on the North-West Coast... CLICK HERE TO READ FULL STORY
Time to stop thinking about it, and just do it! Entries for the 16th Australian Masters Games close for most sports in just one week on Friday, 22 September.
Fifty days and counting until the 16th Australian Masters Games get underway in Tasmania's North West.
Participants and locals of Tasmania’s North West will open the 16th Australian Masters Games with a food and wine festival at Devonport’s Roundhouse Park on Saturday, 21 October as a part of the month-long Devonport Food and Wine Festival.