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Lismore is set to host the 10th biennial Masters Games including competitions across 14 sports over September 22–24, 2017.

On the action side the games will feature baseball, cricket, dressage, golf, hockey, lawn bowls, mini-lympics, netball, oztag, softball, swimming and a fitness challenge.

There is also a large social program including a welcome lunch, free entry to the Lismore Cup and food vouchers for local restaurants.

Former test cricketer Adam Gilchrist is the ambassador for the games.
Closing date for registrations is August 18, 2017.

Hundreds of mature-age competitiors are expected from across Queensland and New South Wales and they will join more than 250 local volunteer organisers.


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