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ANZAC Day Mother’s day

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A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

JAMES TRELOAR

It is with great pride that I address you for the first time as the president of Wests Entertainment Group. I’ve been a member of the club for over 20 years and was appointed your president last November having been elected onto the board the previous year.

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It was straight into work after the AGM in late November. Christmas and New Year flew by as quickly as it came with another successful Christmas lunch held in Banjos restaurant at Wests. This is the second year the club has remained open on Christmas Day giving our members a familiar place to spend Christmas if they find themselves alone, or a place for families and friends to gather together as a large group without worrying about hosting and catering.

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We had free live entertainment at all three clubs to bring in the New Year and with it quickly came the Country Music Festival. Once again the festival proved a great success with daily live music at Wests and Diggers and select club promotions over at The Courts throughout the ten days of festivities. We commend our members, their guests, our staff and the wider community for another positive and upbeat festival. There’s certainly a reason the festival remains on the bucket list of many Australians and has even gained international praise and for that we as a club and a community can be very proud as we continue to improve the offerings and facilities each year.

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2019 presents another busy year ahead. April in particular will see Easter, ANZAC day, Mercure Tamworth Cup Calcutta, NRL Tigers v Titans and the Mercure Tamworth Cup all within a 10 day period. The buzz around our clubs will be much alike festival with a flurry of activity from April 19 through to April 28 and I urge each and every one of you to get involved. More information on these events can be found within.

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Arguably one of the most exciting things this year brings is the completion of Stage 2 of the $3.2 million hotel development and with it the conclusion of WE STS TI GE R S V GOL D COAS T T ITAconstruction NS on our block since we began improving your facilities in 2014. See page 6 for more details on the Event Centre. SCULLY PARK, TAMWORTH R OU N D 7

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GENERAL ADMISSION ADULT - $25 CONCESSION - $20 JUNIOR - $15 FAMILY - $55

As a club, owned by the members for the members, we the elected board of directors have always sought to improve the facilities our members and the RE SE RVE SE AT I NG Guinness tapD takeover wider community utilise. It is with your membership and support that we have SC U L LY G RAND STAN D (S OLD OUT) been able to bring the vision of this now state-of –the-art precinct to fruition and T RY -L I NE STAND - $ 48 for that we are grateful. We hope you are just as proud to see your membership GAT E S O P E N 2P M dollars at work and the resulting product of your continued support. 5:30PM

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I look forward to the year ahead and the many exciting events it brings to our club and to the wider community. GET SOCIAL WITH US! Easter Eggstravaganza

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WEST TAMWORTH LEAGUE CLUB

WESTS’ DIGGERS

THE COURTS @ EAST

Kable Avenue Tamworth NSW 2340

Treloar Park

Phillip Street West Tamworth NSW 2340

PO Box 3040 West Tamworth NSW 2340

102-128 Napier Street

P 02 6766 4661

Tamworth NSW 2340

F 02 6766 4419

P 02 6766 2070

CONTACT

ENTRY TO THE GAME

EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO THE TIGERTOWN VIP MARQUEE WITH COCKTAIL-STYLE MINGLING AND PRIME SEATS IN FRONT OF THE MARQUEE TO WATCH THE ACTION LIVE (NB: LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE) 4 HOUR GOLD BEVERAGE PACKAGE WITH BEER, WINE AND SOFT DRINK 4 HOUR GRAZIER’S TABLE CATERING PACKAGE

PO Box 3040 West Tamworth NSW 2340

BIG SCREEN SO YOU DO NOT MISS ANY OF THE ACTION

P 02 &6765 7588 GUEST SPEAKER SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES F 02 6765 1508

ENTERTAINMENT

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ACCESS TO A VIP AFTER-MATCH MEET & GREET WITH THE TIGERS TEAM SOUVENIR LANYARD

DRINK RESPONSIBILY. GET THE FACTS DRINKWISE.ORG.AU - THINK! ABOUT YOUR CHOICES. CALL GAMBLING HELP 1800 858 858 OR VISIT WWW.GAMBLINGHELP.NSW.GOV.AU - A PLAYER ACTIVITY STATEMENT IS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST. Please note that all reasonable care has been taken to ensure that all information in this publication is correct at the time of printing, ALL TICKETS ON SALE NOW however information may change without notice. IN PERSON AT W ESTS | 6765 758 8 | WTLC.CO M.AU 1

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TICKETS NOW ON SALE WWW.WTLC.COM.AU | 6765 7588 | WESTS’ TICKET BOX

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WHAT’S ON AT WESTS MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

CLUB BINGO 10AM & 1PM

CLUB BINGO 10AM & 1PM

CLUB BINGO 10AM

ROCKABILLY ROCKERS DANCE CLASS 7PM

RAFFLES ON SALE 5:30PM DRAWN FROM 6:30PM

BOOK A SEAT ON THE MEMBERS BUS AND LET US DRIVE YOU TO AND FROM OUR THREE CLUBS EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK - PHONE 6765 7588 TO BOOK

CHARITY CASH HOUSIE 6PM CASH WINDFALL* 7PM

T&Cs APPLY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

RAFFLES ON SALE 5:30PM DRAWN FROM 6:30PM

CHARITY CASH HOUSIE 10AM

RAFFLES ON SALE 11:30AM DRAWN FROM 12:30PM

CASH WINDFALL* 7PM ENJOY A MEAL ON THE PATIO WHILST YOUR KIDS PLAY IN OUR PLAYGROUND

RAFFLES ON SALE 5:30PM DRAWN FROM 7PM CASH SMASH* 3 BADGE DRAWS 6PM, 8PM & 10PM FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 8:30PM

CASH WINDFALL* 1PM GRAND SLAM FROM 1PM*^ FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 8:30PM

SUNDAY

HELD MOST WEEKS

RAFFLES ON SALE 11:30AM DRAWN FROM 12:30PM

INDOOR BOWLS IN BLAZES SUNDAY FROM 10AM & THURSDAY FROM 1PM

CASH FEVER* 1PM SOAK UP THE AFTERNOON SUN ON THE TERRACE AND WATCH THE NRL LIVE ON THE BIGGEST SCREEN IN TOWN

CONTACT COLIN SOUTHWELL 0448 822 404 OR IRENE BRADBURY 6762 5432 & 0434 128 911

LINE DANCING IN BLAZES MONDAY 6PM - 7PM IMPROVERS CLASS MONDAY 7PM - 8:30PM INTERMEDIATE CLASS

CONTACT CHRIS WATSON 0404 170 276 DARE2DANCE.ORG

EUCHRE IN LEGENDS LOUNGE TUESDAY 1:30PM - 3:30PM & WEDNESDAY 7:30PM - 9:30PM

CONTACT JEANETTE WHALE 0428 648 329 OR PAULINE WALTERS 0429 487 044

*MEMBERS ONLY PROMOTION LTPS/18/28388 | LTPM/18/03483 | NB CORRECT AT TIME OF PRINTING | SUBJECT TO CHANGE | ^THINK! ABOUT YOUR CHOICES. CALL GAMBLING HELP 1800 858 858 OR VISIT GAMBLINGHELP.NSW.GOV.AU | A PLAYER ACTIVITY IS AVAILABLE ON REQUEST | GET THE FACTS - DRINKWISE.ORG.AU

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& AT DIGGERS TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

RAFFLES ON SALE 5:30PM DRAWN FROM 6:30PM

WICKED WEDNESDAY TRIVIA 7PM

CLUB BINGO 10AM & 12:30PM

CLUB BINGO 7PM 2 FOR TUESDAY

BUY ONE RAFFLE TICKET GET ONE FREE

FREE TRIVIA WITH A JACKPOT EVERY WEEK MINI RAFFLE TICKETS ON SALE FROM 6PM SCHNITZEL & COCKTAIL SPECIALS

RAFFLES ON SALE 5:30PM DRAWN FROM 6:30PM CASH WINDFALL* 7PM ROCKABILLY ROCKERS CHA CHA DANCE CLASS 7PM

2 FOR 1 MEAL OFFERS DOUBLE MEMBER REWARDS*

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

SUNDAY

RAFFLES ON SALE 5:30PM DRAWN FROM 7PM

GRAND SLAM FROM 1PM*^

RAFFLES ON SALE 11:30AM DRAWN FROM 12:30PM

CASH SMASH* 3 BADGE DRAWS 6PM, 8PM & 10PM NRL ON THE BIG SCREENS

FREE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT 8:30PM

STATE-OF-THE-ART TAB FACILITIES IN SCORES SPORTS BAR^

CASH FEVER* 1PM ENJOY A DRINK UNDER THE PALMS IN DIGGERS COURTYARD

& AT THE COURTS THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

CASH WINDFALL* 7PM

RAFFLES ON SALE 6PM DRAWN FROM 7PM

GRAND SLAM FROM 1PM*^

ENJOY AN OLD KENT BROWN ON TAP

CASH SMASH* 3 BADGE DRAWS 6PM, 8PM & 10PM

FULL TAB FACILITIES AVAILABLE^

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event centre The completion of Stage 2 of the hotel development also marks the completion of the last 5 years of construction on the block. In 2014 Wests Entertainment Group began moving soil and by 2015 Scully Park Regional Sporting precinct was opened. The first class premier facility has since hosted multiple reputable competitions and community events. Moving quickly onto the Mercure Hotel project, the first guests checked in Christmas of 2016 and by early 2017 the 4 star internationally branded hotel was officially opened complete with 52 upscale rooms, three corporate meeting rooms, a fitness centre and a heated pool. More recently the hotel also fitted out a Tesla supercharge station. In the meantime Wests amalgamated with the Tamworth Tennis Club with small renovations to the interior of the club house alongside the resurfacing and upgrade of tennis courts, renovated the front faรงade of Wests and redesigned two modern outdoor areas which includes the largest television screen in town on the Terrace and a Lego Land play gym for children in the outdoor dining area on the Patio. Now at the beginning of 2019 Wests presents a 300 capacity Event Centre complete with an elegant foyer, outdoor terrace, bathroom amenities and a sophisticated and modern bar with interior access to Wests and the Mercure hotel. The development also includes extensive back of house access & utilities including a cool room & holding kitchen. The completed facility provides another modern option for weddings, special events, corporate functions and concerts, bringing more revenue into the club for the benefit of our members and more tourism to Tamworth.

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A happy crowd enjoying BREWFEST. The annual Craft Beer and Food Festival was another success with 31 brewers, wineries & distillers flocking to Scully Park to fill our cups.

Save the date for BREWFEST 2019

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Members and their guests enjoying the festivities at all our three clubs during Festival 2019. This year Wests Entertainment Group hosted 65 paid shows and 119 free shows over the 10 days of festivities.

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JACK WOOLASTON It goes without saying that one of the best things about Wests Entertainment Group is its members, and one of the best things about working at Wests is getting the opportunity to get to know our members and listen to their stories. I was very fortunate to be given the opportunity to catch up with Jack Woolaston the day after Valentine’s Day. He was sitting in Scores Sports Bar at Diggers with his glasses, the paper and a few tips for the day. As I approached with my notepad and pen and took the seat opposite him one of his tips jumped and I watched with baited breath as I hoped my sitting by him didn’t bring him sudden bad luck. The karma gods were kind to me and Jack’s horse won in a Winx like fashion coming from behind and leaving its opponents for dust. My trusty notepad and pen lay dormant while I should have been noting the horse and jockey. It seemed my pad and pen remained dormant for most of my time with Jack as I just wanted to sit and listen. We talked about the changes he has seen in the club, having been a member of the RSL before it became Diggers, and the changes he has witnessed around town. We spoke of his family, of football, of his time in Canberra and in Tamworth and a little of his time served during World War II. What struck me about Jack was how open and warm he was to a practical stranger who was presenting herself as one of those journo types. A fortnight away from his 94th birthday Jack recounted his army service number NX153051 with total clarity, he spoke of the 640 days he spent in Papua New Guinea without reprieve. He spoke of the time before being shipped out to Port Moresby in 1942, where he underwent training in Dubbo, school in Warana and the Jungle Training Centre in Canungra before heading up to Toowoomba to board a ship. It was at Toowoomba that he was running late to a muster for the first time ever and he was picked off the back of the line and directed onto the back of a truck to be deployed to Port Moresby. He didn’t take to the sea as well as hoped not helped by the fact he had to live off herrings and tomato sauce while aboard. The food left little to be desired with a selection of dehydrated fruits and cans of herring upon herring. 11

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During this time radar was being introduced and the British were teaching the Australians how to use it so it became Jack’s job to guard the shed where the radar was housed. As the Japanese began retreating the Radar moved forward and with it so did Jack, earning a mere 6 bob a day, most of which was sent back home. As the war began to wind down Jack dreaded the herring and dehydrated fruits that awaited him on the ship home but was pleasantly surprised when they boarded a Swedish ship for their homeward journey, and so Jack feasted on sweet corn, tins and tins of sweet corn all the way home. Mostly we talked of Jack’s family, we spoke of his dear wife Pat whom he met upon returning from the war. She was working at the paper shop in Tamworth and he would pop in from time to time. We spoke of his three sons, their children and his great grandson. Four generations of Woolaston sons. Our conversation was a little less than an hour, interrupted in the middle by another race and thank god another win (though again I forgot to note the jockey and horse) but one I will always cherish. This ANZAC Day Sergeant Jack Woolaston will honour it as he does every year, he will participate in the parade waving from his friend’s old jeep, and head to the Sub-Branch lunch in Blazes. I will think of him and his incredible down to earth nature, his cheeky sense of humour, his pride for his family and modesty toward his accomplishments. I will think of his friend who went through training and the war with him and when back in Australia who asked him to be his best man at his wedding. I eagerly look forward to seeing Jack in Scores again, and perhaps even hope for another cheeky win.


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5:30AM – DAWN SERVICE

ANZAC Memorial Gates, ANZAC Park, Brisbane St

6:30AM - BREAKFAST

Breakfast for RSL Members & Serving & Ex-Servicemen/women

9:30AM – FORM UP FOR MAIN MARCH

10:00AM – MAIN MARCH STEP OFF Marius Street- Bourke Street – Peel Street – Fitzroy Street

10:45AM – MORNING SERVICE Tamworth Town Hall

12:00PM – LUNCHEON

Marius Street

Blazes Showroom* West Tamworth League Club

9:45AM – RAILWAY MEMORIAL PARK SERVICE

*All attendees (except official guests) are required to purchase a ticket from the Tamworth RSL Sub-Branch prior to ANZAC Day.

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gnomes for nioka Julia Gregory is one of our most well-known and beloved members of Wests Entertainment Group though she is more widely known as Granny, Gran, Grandma or Nan. The nickname started back when an RSL Director started calling her Granny and the name stuck with Wests staff and members alike. Her generous and friendly tell-it-like-it-is demeanour has made her a quick favourite amongst the members and Wests’ staff. You will often see her at Wests or Diggers on Tuesday through to Sunday. She frequents both clubs with her dear daughter Anne as they enjoy some light refreshments, the weekly raffles and even a spot of Keno. She considers many at the Club to be her grandchildren and in turn we are honoured to call her gran. She is an integral member of the Wests Entertainment Group family, and the club community as a whole. She is also well known around the wider Tamworth community for being an owner of gnomes. Her front garden has become somewhat of a tourist attraction in Peel St, particularly during the Country Music Festival, as people come knocking on her door wanting to see her wide collection.

away from pancreatic cancer March of last year, just before his 50th birthday. While she can no longer help Gregory, she hopes the money raised will make some difference to the cause and the great work the staff at Nioka are able to achieve. So she and Anne began restoring any gnomes as required, repainting them and putting them on display in their front yard for people to come through and purchase if they wished. They have been known to take requests having painted a few gnomes in football colours for the upcoming season. At the beginning she never imagined the fundraiser would receive such widespread support. She has had photographers, the local newspaper, the local televised news, and now the club magazine come knocking to write about her heart-warming endeavour. So far she has raised $1,372 from the sale of her garden ornaments. She has approximately $150 worth of ornaments still to sell with her overall goal being $1,500. If you would like to purchase a garden gnome or support the fundraiser please contact the club and we can pass your enquiry on to Gran.

Starting in 1972 when her late husband came home from the road with a Snow White and the Seven Dwarves garden gnome set, Granny’s collection quickly grew to over 400 gnomes and garden ornaments. She has always maintained and restored them where necessary over the years with the keen help of Anne. Recently it was discussed amongst the family what the future of the gnomes would be and Granny realised she could fulfil two desires in one. She could ensure the gnomes were rehomed in families and gardens that would appreciate them whilst also raising money for the Tamworth Palliative Care Unit – Nioka. Granny knows first-hand the amazing work Nioka do and the level of support and comfort they provide patients and their families during times of illness. Granny sat with her grandson Gregory in Nioka until he passed enjoy

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HOW IT WORKS Calcutta tickets are placed on sale. All proceeds of ticket sales go into a prize pool to be won. The calcutta commences with one ticket being drawn for each runner in the Mercure Tamworth Showcase Cup race. If your ticket is drawn you ‘own’ that horse ahead of the auction stage. There are no restrictions on the amount of tickets an individual can purchase. Once each horse has been allocated to a ticket holder they will then be auctioned with attendees having the opportunity to bid for that horse. After the hammer falls on each horse 50% of the sale price must be paid to the person who drew that horse in the ticket draw and the remaining 50% is paid into the ever-growing prize pool. Therefore, you can bid on your own horse and if you win the bid you only have to pay 50% to the prize pool, half of the auction price. The highest bidder in the auction stage becomes the new owner of that horse. Successful bidders must pay for their horse(s) on the night. The owner of the winning horse receives 60% of the pool • Second place receives 20% • Third place receives 10%. The final 10% will be donated to the Jockey’s Guild, a charity supporting families of injured or deceased jockeys.

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W ESTS TIG ERS V G O L D COA S T TI TA N S SCU LLY PA RK, TA MWORTH SAT URDAY 27 A PRIL 5 :30PM R ESERV ED SEAT I N G

GENERAL ADMISSION

SCU LLY GR A N D STA N D (SOLD OU T ) T RY- LI N E STA N D - $48

ADULT - $25 CONCESSION - $20 JUNIOR - $15

GAT ES OPEN 2PM

FAMILY - $55

$240

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PACKAGE INCLUDES ENTRY TO THE GAME EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO THE TIGERTOWN VIP MARQUEE WITH COCKTAIL-STYLE MINGLING AND PRIME SEATS IN FRONT OF THE MARQUEE TO WATCH THE ACTION LIVE (NB: LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE) 4 HOUR GOLD BEVERAGE PACKAGE WITH BEER, WINE AND SOFT DRINK 4 HOUR GRAZIER’S TABLE CATERING PACKAGE BIG SCREEN SO YOU DO NOT MISS ANY OF THE ACTION GUEST SPEAKER & SPECIAL GUEST APPEARANCES ENTERTAINMENT ACCESS TO A VIP AFTER-MATCH MEET & GREET WITH THE TIGERS TEAM SOUVENIR LANYARD

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ON THE ROAD WITH CHRIS WATSON

If you ever needed an excuse to visit the QLD Islands we have just the reason, Hayman Island by InterContinental will open its doors in July 2019, more than two years after Hayman Island’s previous hotel, One&Only, was forced to close its doors in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Debbie. Following a significant investment to refurbish the product, like the island’s previous iteration Hayman Island by InterContinental will be a private island resort featuring 166 rooms, its guests the only witnesses to Hayman Island’s tropical 400 hectares and an unbeatable panorama of the world famous Whitsundays. The resort will introduce a new luxurious design concept across all rooms, suites and residences, world-class food and beverage experiences and eminent facilities from a new spa to kids club and retreat spaces. The new InterContinental will also cater to the growing group of discerning travellers seeking out boutique hotels and local, authentic experiences in their travels by offering guests meaningful experiences and local know-how, in addition to the expected frills of the InterContinental brand. Located on the northernmost point in the Whitsunday Islands, Hayman Island by InterContinental is accessible via Hamilton Island and then by either luxury vessel, helicopter or seaplane. As part of the multi-million dollar refurbishment, guests can expect two brand new Residences, one threebedroom Beach House with no less than three private pools including an infinity pool, and 16 new Retreat Rooms. Located behind the villas, the private one-bedroom Retreat Rooms will be a mere 10 metres from the beach, with Interconnecting Retreat Rooms available for family and multi-generational holidays. The resort will also offer a wellness and spa centre and a new wellness concept that extends the facilities to include holistic experiences such as yoga and visiting wellness specialists, alongside traditional spa and beauty treatments. A complete overhaul of the food and beverage offering will be introduced under InterContinental management, with an emphasis on refined Australian dining, while an all-new Italian restaurant called Pacific will be relaunched and will be conceptually-led to include themed dinners and event for guests. The Pool Club will offer guests an Asian fusion with mixed Asian cuisine, complemented by colourful and playful aesthetics and a resident DJ. We’ve just released an exclusive offer for the relaunch of Hayman Island. Now is the time to book your InterContinental Hayman Island Resort deal!

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GUINNESS TAP TAKEOVER AT DIGGERS

STAR MAKER SPECIAL Beef & Guinness Pie

served with mushy peas and mash potato member $15 guest $17

Warm Irish Stout Chocolate Cake served with vanilla ice cream member $11 guest $13

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