Giddy-up for Mullewa Polocrosse Club carnival

Reuben CarderGeraldton Guardian
Taylor Radford.
Camera IconTaylor Radford. Credit: Justine Rowe/SnapAction

Dust will be flying in Mullewa this weekend as the Mullewa Polocrosse Club holds its carnival.

The carnival will start tonight and is a multi-horse event.

Walkaway won the A-grade final of the Irwin polocrosse carnival earlier this month, ahead of Greenough.

South Midlands won the B-division ahead of Moonyoonooka, while Moonyoonooka took out the C-division ahead of Greenough.

Walkaway’s Taylor Radford was among the players who stood out in the A-grade decider.

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Chenjera, ridden by Ashley Cooper, was best pony in the A-division, while Woody, ridden by Adrian Fleay, was best in the B-division.

In the C-division, Aria, ridden by Kellie Berg, was best pony, while Memphis, ridden by Bec Francis, was best in the D-division.

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