May 2 2014 - 5:22PM GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 2 Photos and VideofacebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentComments GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 2 BRAIDWOOD: Dr Thomas Braidwood Wilson's grave. BRAIDWOOD TIMES.BRAIDWOOD: Mary Riek 87 year old great great great grandniece of Dr Thomas Braidwood Wilson walked up to his grave. BRAIDWOOD TIMES.BRAIDWOOD: Steve and Cherie Whan on Foundation Day. BRAIDWOOD TIMES.COOTAMUNDRA: Pictured is Jordyn Ballard on his way to scoring a try for his side in their 36-26 win against Young at Alfred Park on Sunday. Photo: Cootamundra HeraldANZAC DAY IN COOTAMUNDRA: The march is led down Parker Street on Friday morning. Photo: Cootamundra Herald.COOTAMUNDRA: These youngsters were pictured out and about on Anzac Day, watching the march with their parents and grandmother. (from left) Joshua Fuller, Aaron Fuller, Judy Hillier and Briana Ingram. Photo: Cootamundra HeraldCOOTAMUNDRA: Cootamundra Blues player Jarryd Cook attempts to get away from his South Coast opponent on Saturday. The Blues won the match by 29 points. Photo: Kelly ManwaringCOOTAMUNDRA: Pictured is Michael Tanks talking to his players during a half time break at the Gundagai Mini Mod carnival which took place at the weekend. Photo: Cootamundra Herald.COOTAMUNDRA: Moira and Paul Ballard were amongst a good crowd to take a sneak peek at the heated pool during an open day on Wednesday. Photo: Cootamundra Herald.COOTAMUNDRA: pictured is former Cootamundra Bulldogs lock Peter Slavin looking at a team photo from 1982. Peter will be among those who are attending the 100 years celebration of rugby league in Cootamundra which will take place throughout this weekend. Photo: Cootamundra Herald.TARALGA: The managing director and an agronomist of Taralga Rural, Bryn Rees, will be participating in this year's 24 Hour Mega Swim to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) on May 3 and 4 at Homebush Aquatic Centre. CROOKWELL GAZETTE.CROOKWELL: Ed Price and Matt Kowalski tackling one of the Taralga players in one of last season’s wins against the Tigers. CROOKWELL GAZETTE.CROOKWELL: It was a beautiful Spring day in November last year when former Crookwell girl Lauren Pratten married Scott Needham. CROOKWELL GAZETTE.GOULBURN: The state stopped to remember Neville Wran this week when the former premier was buried with a state funeral. He is pictured here assisting the campaign of Michael McManus (left) in the 90s with Ursula Stephens (centre). Photo supplied.GOULBURN: An artist's impression of the Big Beer Bottle that's been proposed for Goulburn. GOULBURN: The victorious Goulburn hockey team after their debut in the Capital Hockey League. They beat Tuggeranong 3-2. Photo: Antony Dubber, GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: It's always the "money shot" of any Attestation Parade at the Police Academy, when the former cadets graduate and throw their hats in the air. Photo: Darryl Fernance, GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN : Only a miracle stopped Bradley Scott Colquhoun from killing himself and a carload of fellow road users in this accident, according to police prosecutor Sergeant Chris Toole during Wednesday’s sitting at Goulburn Local Court. Colquhoun will spend the next 11-and-a-half months in jail as punishment for leading police on a pursuit at speeds of up to 237km/h on the evening of March 16. Photo: Andrew Micallef, Wide Area Communications.GOULBURN: Goulburnian Kayne Davis gets through a gap for the Southern Suns representative side against the Hunter Hornets in the NSW Touch Junior Regionals on Saturday. Photo: Antony Dubber, GOULBURN POST.GOULBURN: A Marulan player (left) and a Stag Prem player (right) challenge for the ball at the Super 8 Soccer tournament at Cookbundoon last Saturday. Stags Prem went on to win the competition. Photo: Antony Dubber, GOULBURN POST.QUEANBEYAN: Pictured is 17-month-old Poppy Clements getting among the autumn leaves at Queanbeyan Town Park. Photo: Kim Pham, QUEANBEYAN AGE.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan's Sarah Fryer is a contestant in the 2014 Miss Ink Competition. Photo: Grace Finch Photography.QUEANBEYAN: Queanbeyan Mayor Tim Overall and Member for Monaro John Barilaro outside Queanbeyan's heritage-listed former hospital, Rusten House. Photo: David Butler, QUEANBEYAN AGE.QUEANBEYAN: Former-Queanbeyan resident and Fashfest producer Steve Wright will be run off his feet overseeing more than 30 fashion shows during the four-day event. Photo: supplied.YASS: Women's minister and Goulburn MP Pru Goward with Yass CWA patron Betty Carey and president Wendy Findley at the group's 90th anniversary celebrations. Photo: Katharyn Brine, YASS TRIBUNE.YASS: Orin, an evil dentist played by Edward Hinch operates on Seymour, played by Orion Mandla, in Yass High School's upcoming Little Shop of Horrors musical. Photo: Oliver Watson, YASS TRIBUNE.YASS: Colonel Graham Durant-Law was impressive during his guest speech at the Murrumbateman ceremony on Anzac Day. Photo: Oliver Watson, YASS TRIBUNE.YASS: From left: John White, Sara Deacon, Tony Wade, Michael Hedges, Ross Walmsley, Jeanette Newbold and Phil Lucre with some of the clydesdales that will be on show at the Woo Back world record attempt on Sunday. Photo: Joe McDonough, YASS TRIBUNE.YASS: President of the Yass Clay Target Club Paul Watchorn and his wife and secretary Trina are thrilled with the new premises and recently completed club-house. Photo: Joe McDonough, YASS TRIBUNE.YASS: Federal Member for Hume Angus Taylor and president of the Yass RSL sub-Branch Neil Turner lay wreaths at the Yass Dawn service on Anzac Day.YOUNG: Young honours the Anzacs: The community banded together on Friday as Young commemorated soldiers past and present at the shire’s various Anzac Day services. YOUNG: Bears - The claws are out, 66-12 victory: Saturday’s clash between the Burrangong Bears and the Condobolin Rams was a certain sign the local boys have what it takes to be a massive threat throughout the 2014 Woodbridge Cup competition. From the time the whistle blew Young had the upper hand and continued to dominate play throughout the entire 60 minutes, showing from the get-go they were in it for the win.YOUNG: Hardy - Trainer appeals two year ban: One of Young’s most prominent trainers in harness racing, Michael Hardy, is apparently appealing a two and a half year ban after one of his horses allegedly tested positive for a prohibited substance. YOUNG: Rodeo - Wait over: The wait to stage rodeo events locally – including potential national titles – has finally come to an end for the Young Pro Rodeo Club. Now a new journey can begin for the club following Young Shire Council’s approval of a development application to build a new multi-million dollar arena suitable for all equine sports on 22 acres at Toompang Racecourse. YOUNG: Sami - Sami hits the road on east coast tour: Now that she’s graduated from high school and entered adulthood, Young’s Sami Cooke is off on an Australian tour. It’s the 18-year-old’s first album tour and so far she’s spent two months in Victoria performing three to four shows a week in areas as far south as Port Fairy.YOUNG: YDAC - Town’s cinema comes under the spotlight: No stone was left unturned on Monday night as the Young District Arts Council (YDAC) gathered for perhaps their most comprehensive annual general meeting in recent memory. Their AGM, held at the Southern Cross Hall, couldn’t have come at a better time following council’s decision to investigate the management structure and control of the facility just two weeks ago.BOOROWA: Boorowa commemorates Anzac Day during the morning march. Photo by RS.Williams and Sarah Artery.BOOROWA: Flying defence from Harvey Gay. Photo Boorowa News.BOOROWA: Marnie Halls in action for the Under 10s League tag. Photo BOOROWA NEWS.FARMING NOW IN BOOROWA: The differences in farming today in Boorowa. Photo BOOROWA NEWS.FARMING THEN IN BOOROWA: Len Oxley with his father Bill on a tractor in the late 1930s. BOOROWA NEWSTweetFacebook of This week in pictures - May 2Photos from across the Fairfax Regional mastheads throughout the NSW Southern Inlands.This story GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 2 first appeared on Goulburn Post.facebookSHAREtwitterTWEETemailwhatsappcommentCommentsCommentsDiscuss "GALLERY: Southern Inlands this week | May 2" Please note: All comments made or shown here are bound by the Online Discussion Terms & Conditions.