Trucks shine in Wagga’s con­voy event

Big Rigs - - TRUCKIN’ ON THE BORDER - TRUCKIN’ ON THE BOR­DER

a tough time health-wise, the $32,500 will be put to good use in the greater Wagga Wagga area.

“The money raised this year will be shared be­tween the Ron­ald McDon­ald House Wagga Wagga and NETS NSW (New­born and Pe­di­atric Emer­gency Trans­port Ser­vice),” he said.

As is the case with most events of this type, a lot of work is done be­hind the scenes with sup­port from a range of lo­cal busi­nesses and com­mu­nity groups, all work­ing to­gether to make the day a suc­cess.

“The com­mit­tee would like to ex­press our grat­i­tude to all in­volved in the truck show in mak­ing it a suc­cess­ful event and to all the hard work in mak­ing all the ‘pride n joys’ shine for the day. A spe­cial men­tion goes to Justin from Daw­sons Haulage of Al­bury-Wodonga for bring­ing the ‘Dolly's Dream’ B-Dou­ble set to the show,” Lloyd said.

Plan­ning for next year’s event has be­gun with de­tails to come in the near fu­ture.

More in­for­ma­tion on the Rive­rina Truck Show Face­book page or via www.riveri­na­truck­show and­kid­scon­voy.com.

■ First SRV Trans­port - Daniel Tulk, Sec­ond Burkin­shaw’s - Chris Harmer

■ First Rus­sel’s Truck­ing - James Rus­sel, Sec­ond Jolly Trans­port - Er­rol Jolly

■ First Ross Trans­port - Ron Dun­can, Sec­ond Fareys Tpt - Corey Mu­gridge

■ – First Mus­cat Haulage - Cam Rock­cliff, Sec­ond Rive­rina Cranes - T Pall

■ First Menz Trans­port - Tony Mey­ers. Sec­ond Thomp­sons Tpt - Darren Sheen

■ First Bren­nans Trans­port, Sec­ond Com­plete Road Seal

■ First CR & ES Quninell - Charles Quinell, Sec­ond Bur­mix Con­crete - Gary O'Con­nor

PHO­TOS: DAVID VILE

GREAT EVENT: An­drew Bell heads the con­voy through the Wagga CBD.

To con­tact our clos­est branch Owner Driv­ersDe­pot & Busi­ness In­sur­ancesLi­a­bil­ity Fleets cargo

Bren­nan Earth­mov­ing from Tum­baruma took out Best Fleet with their trio of Ken­worths.

Abbey-Kate, 7, Libby, 6, Mikey, 4, and Matilda Evans, 3, with dad Ricky from McIn­er­ney Trans­port, about to head off.

Ron Dun­can in the Ross Trans­port 'Devil Dog' Mack Su­per-Liner.

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