OBERON Police would like to congratulate the Tigers on their grand final victory.
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After a very difficult and testing year for the Tigers, they have shown a huge commitment and level of ability and determination to take out the premiership.
Congratulations also to the girls and their efforts in the league tag competition; it's very impressive to see the girls put in a mighty effort during a tough year.
It's great to see the local teams doing well and being so competitive and their attitudes, as well as those of the supporting staff, are to be congratulated both on and off the field.
Police are pleased to say that players and supporters enjoyed their celebrations in a responsible manner and the staff at the leagues club managed the events very well.
OTHER RECENT POLICE NEWS:
POLICE were patrolling local streets on Thursday, September 24 when a silver BMW sedan being driven by a 52-year-old man was stopped on Ross Street.
Police are aware the man is disqualified from driving until 2023. The BMW is also unregistered.
The man is currently on parole after being released from jail where he was serving a sentence for similar offences.
The man was arrested and charged and is to appear at Oberon court on November 3.
A MALE driver with a female passenger were travelling south on Abercrombie Road at Porters Retreat in a Toyota utility on Saturday, September 26 and, while attempting to negotiate a bend, the driver lost control of the vehicle.
It slid off the road and hit an embankment, causing the vehicle to roll and come to rest on the roof.
The driver and passenger were able to free themselves and were both transported to Orange Base Hospital for treatment.
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