THE opening round of the Group Three Rugby League season will highlight the weekend in sport in Greater Taree.
One game will be played on Saturday, April 26 when pre-season champions Wingham clash with Port Macquarie at the Wingham Sporting Complex.
On Sunday, April 27 Old Bar makes the trip to Kempsey to play Macleay Valley, Forster-Tuncurry hosts Taree City while Port City and premiers Wauchope meet at the Regional Sporting Complex at Port Macquarie.
The second round of the Football Mid North Coast Premier League will be decided. Taree Wildcats will tackle premiers Macleay Mustangs at Taree while Wingham are on the road to Laurieton to play Camden Haven. Wallis Lake host Old Bar Barbarians while in the local derby Port FC and Port Saints clash. Port United and Kempsey Saints will match up at Dixie Park, Port Macquarie.
AFL Auskick for 5 to 12 year olds resumes on Sunday, April 27 at Taree's Johnny Martin Oval on Sunday following the Easter break.
Taree Wingham Clay Target Gun Club's annual two day shoot begins on Saturday, April 26 and will attract 60 competitors. The club is on Comboyne Road, Wingham.
Manning Bowling Association pennants resume on Saturday, April 26 after having Easter off while the first round of the district pairs will be determined on Sunday.
Taree Greyhound Club's successful Easter Carnival will wrap up on Saturday, April 26 where the Supporters' Cup Taree Cup will be the feature starting at 2.45. The 12 event cards starts at 1.02.
Krambach Race Club will have a TAB meeting at Taree next Tuesday, April 29. Entry will be free and the feature event will be the Gooch Agencies Gloucester Cup. Doug Ryan will preview the meeting on this website on Monday morning.