Guyra Polocrosse Club have earned themselves a NSW Polocrosse Club Championship title.
Teams from the club travelled to Albury at the weekend to compete in the carnival where the junior team brought home their division's trophy.
The team consisted of Bridget McKemey, Alice Finlayson, Claudia McKemey, Zac Finlayson, Hamish Pearce and Gus White.
It was a great display for racquet skills, horsemanship and sportsmanship by our Juniors who were undefeated all weekend.
Zac Finlayson was named best junior horse and rider combination, Hamish Pearce was awarded best number two and Gus White the best number three in the junior competition.
The senior team, comprised of Sam Finlayson, Sam Hanlan, Jack McKemey, Riley Waugh, and super mums Sara Hancock and Ella Elks, competed in the Championship Mixed Competition.
Though victorious over Galloping Gully Polocrosse Club, they were narrowly defeated by Euro-Coast, Lake George and Sydney Polocrosse Clubs.
Ella was awarded a well-deserved best number three in this competition.
Sophie McKemey, who teamed up with members from NEGS Polocrosse Club, competed in the Women's A-grade Pool Competition and were convincing winners of their division.
The Guyra Club travels to Pallamallawa next, for what will be a frosty and dusty weekend of polocrosse.