Blayney Bears president Adam Lowe says Woodbridge Cup 'an option' but preference is with Group 10

Lachlan Harper
Updated November 4 2022 - 1:22pm, first published November 3 2022 - 3:30pm
Blayney's Louis Nixon looks to evade Mudgee's defence in round one. Picture by Mark Logan
Blayney's Louis Nixon looks to evade Mudgee's defence in round one. Picture by Mark Logan

Blayney Bears president Adam Lowe has revealed no options are off the table for his club next year as talk of a full merger between Group 10 and Group 11 begins to heat up. The new head honcho went as far to suggest Woodbridge Cup is 'also an option'.

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Lachlan Harper

Lachlan Harper

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Lachlan Harper is a sports reporter at the Central Western Daily. Contact: lachlan.harper@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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