Any­thing goes, and usu­ally does, at the Show

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

TAK­ING part in “Any­thing Goes’’ may prove very lu­cra­tive to par­tic­i­pants in one of the favourite ac­tiv­i­ties peo­ple can en­joy at next month’s Moss­man Show.

The or­gan­iser of this year’s com­pe­ti­tion, David Egan, said that he did not want to give any­thing away but there was a prize pool of $5000 that peo­ple who take part in the game can win.

The game in­volves a se­cret task only re­vealed sec­onds prior to the start- ing gun.

Last year’s event in­volved some se­ri­ous shovel work, but this year a coy Mr Egan’s only clues seem to in­volve yet more spade work and per­haps a horse . . . but who knows, as any­thing goes.

“So we want peo­ple to form teams where there are six peo­ple in a team but players must be 16 and over,” Mr Egan said.

“The teams must also have a mix of male and fe­male players, and teams will need to pay a $50 dol- lar nom­i­na­tion fee which has to be paid to the Sec­re­tary of the Moss­man Show So­ci­ety be­fore the two day show opens on July 22.”

All other nom­i­na­tions also need to be lodged with the Sec­re­tary of the Moss­man Shire So­ci­ety and this can be done at the show­ground each morn­ing from 9am un­til 11.30am.

You can also phone 4098 1477 and if there is no an­swer leave your mes­sage and the Sec­re­tary will call you back as soon as pos­si­ble.

Mys­tery com­pe­ti­tion: David Egan get­ting ready for the un­known chal­lenge

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