Helping to run the show

PROMOTED: Eryn Goodwin and GTM founder Stephen Halpin in front of the two main stages.LA TROBE University student Eryn Goodwin has worked her way from intern to paid employee at Groovin the Moo.
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The 21-year-old from Castlemaine started out shadowing the event co-ordinator laminating press passes before managing the VIP bar last year.

This year she has worked the whole week on the GTM site, organising all the little details that the festival needs to be a success.

“This year I have been organising the radios and keys, organising spreadsheets and working on (media) accreditations,” Ms Goodwin said.

“It has been an amazing experience to see every aspect of the event come together. It is fun, hectic and organised.”

Ms Goodwin is in her final year of an event managment and marketing course at La Trobe University.

“I originally wanted to do wedding planning but I have swayed into other kinds of events.

“I have always loved organising and planning things. It’s cool to bring a service that people will love and enjoy.”

Ms Goodwin said she first came to GTM as a patron when she was 16.

“It involves the whole community and is something different. There is a really chilled out vibe and it is fun and friendly,” she said.

“It also sticks with a wide range of music for every demographic and travels the country instead of staying in the cities.”

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On-track action will keep punters happy

THIS year’s Leeton Cup Race Day will feature the second running of the eponymous race.
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Having been established in 2014 afternegotiationsbetween Leeton Jockey Club andRacing NSW to come up with the cup concept, the race –and the overall day –is set to attract a strong field of country horses.

The running of the CopRice Leeton Cup has resulted in the renaming of the jockey club’straditional picnic races to the Leeton Cup Race Day.

Leeton Jockey Club hosts two race meetings every year –the Leeton Cup Day on a weekend in May and a TAB meeting (featuring the Lillypilly Cup)later in the year, usually on a weekday in September.

Leeton Jockey Club president Grant Fitzsimon said it would be a good day on thetrackoverall, with a six-race event planned.

“Hopefully we should get good fields,” Fitzsimonsaid.

“They will beracing for $7500 plus trophies (in the main race) and the five other races are all worth $6000 each.

“We have also got a new distance race.

“It is 1900 metres and replaces one of the shorter races. They start up near the Mia Club and it is a full lap so they go past the finishing post twice.”

Nominations for the 2014 CopRice Leeton Cup Race Day were out yesterday and final acceptances are due by 9am Thursday.

“Nominations are normally not too bad for this race day,” Fitzsimon said.

“We should get some good nominations. There is no other racing on the weekend.”

All is in preparation with Fitzsimon particularly happy with the state of the track.

“The track is in good condition,” he said.“It has been good for the last few years.The trainers and jockeys are always happy with it.”

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Welsh Songbird delights festival goers

Welsh songbird Siobhan Owen mesmerised capacity crowds at the Glen Innes Severn Library today and at the Services club last night as part of her series of shows at the Australian Celtic Festival.
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Ms Owen also performed haunting renditions of the Welsh and Australian national anthems at the Official opening and Guardian’s ceremony at the town hall earlier today.

Ms Owen is a multi-award winning performer and has produced 4 albums. Siobhan was born in Wales and is a classically trained singer.

Festival goers can catch Ms Owen at the Railway Tavern tonight from 7pm tonight andSaturday and Sunday at the Sapphire marquee at the Australian Standing Stones.

After Ms Owen’s Australian Celtic Festival performances she will embark on an extensive European tour.

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Loss strengthens Magpies for Tigers trip

Last weekend’s loss to Dubbo CYMS might have been just what Forbes Magpies needed according to captain/coach Zac Merritt who said the team are now more prepared for tomorrow’s clash against the Nyngan Tigers.
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“Nyngan are a tough side but we just needed that kick along from Dubbo, so we should bounce back alright,” Merritt said.

“We were cruising along a bit but CYMS proved that we weren’t as prepared as we should have been.”

CYMS led the Magpies throughout last Friday night’s match but the visitors didn’t give in, eventually losing by 14 points.

While Nyngan are another strong competitor in Group 11, Merritt said the Forbes boys are ready to take them on.

“They’ve been in the finals the last few years; they have a tough forward pack but so do we,” he said.

“We’ll be ready, we’re more prepared than we were before.”

The Magpies will be at full strength for Sunday’s match with everyone back from injury including Joel Davie, who Merritt said will be a great boost for the team.

The Magpies will be heading over to Nyngan for Sunday’s game which is expected to kick off at about 2pm and Merritt hopes to see a good base of Forbes supporters there.

“Let’s get the crowd behind us out there,” he said.

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Forbes team for tomorrow:

1 Matt Morris, 2 Joe Coe, 3 Joel Davie, 4 Tys Rewiti, 5 Pat Murphy, 6 Carl Johnson, 7 Matt Roylance, 8 Ben Robinson, 9 Jordan Hartwig, 10 Ben Maguire, 11 Jake Grace, 12 Zac Merritt (c), 13 Ethan Gaffney, 14 Blake Baxter, 15 Troy Hodges, 16 Peni Nayagodamu, 17 Bailey Hartwig.

In other games this round, Westside host Cobar, Narromine meet Wellington, and Macquarie and CYMS meet in the Dubbo derby.

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