All of tghe ac­tion from Biggen­den show

Central and North Burnett Times - - FRONT PAGE - Erica Murree erica.murree@cnbtimes.com.au

WIN or lose, there was a can of soft drink up for grabs in the chil­dren’s tug-a-war at the Biggen­den Show.

While the men’s and women’s team vie for $1000 in prize money; for the younger gen­er­a­tion it’s all about hav­ing a go.

Up against a team from the PCYC ES cadets, a team of young­sters showed they’d been eat­ing their Weet-Bix as they won two of their three pulls.

For the women, Biggen­den Friesians out-pow­ered their op­po­nents while the men’s pre­vi­ous win­ners Grand Ho­tel were out­classed in the first round.

In the fi­nal, it went down to the wire with Kindy Dads win­ning two out of three pulls against Beefeaters. The win­nings were do­nated to Kindy. For more Biggen­den Show cov­er­age see page 32-33.

PHO­TOS: ERICA MURREE

EVERY­BODY PULL: The were small on stature but they showed the PCYC ES cadets how much strength they had by win­ning the tug-a-war.

THE PCYC ES cadets egged on by co-or­di­na­tor Moira Thomp­son went down to the lit­tle kids team.

The Grand Ho­tel team were out­classed in the first round.

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