Bowled over at Goldfield Ashes

By Matt Sherrington
Updated December 17 2015 - 1:58pm, first published January 29 2014 - 5:00am
The Thirsty Rhinos, Burdekin (and they stipulated NOT Ayr!), made their debut at the Ashes with a lot of stored up confidence after being named Runners-Up at the Home Hill Canefield Ashes four years running.
The Thirsty Rhinos, Burdekin (and they stipulated NOT Ayr!), made their debut at the Ashes with a lot of stored up confidence after being named Runners-Up at the Home Hill Canefield Ashes four years running.

THE records fall year after year at the Goldfield Ashes Cricket Carnival. This year 228 teams came together over the Australia Day long weekend to take part in the 66th running of the event.

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