One of Finley's most anticipated events, the annual tractor pull, was held on Saturday.February 19, 2014 1:24pm
Southern Riverina spectators braved the rain on Saturday to attend one of Finley’s most anticipated events – the annual tractor pull.
Part of the Australia Tractor Pull Association’s official competition, competitors gave it their hardest.
Finley Tractor Pull committee member Colleen Cowan said the rain did affect the gate numbers slightly, but said those who attended were treated to a fantastic show.
‘‘Things were a bit wet, but we did have a full event.
‘‘While numbers were down because of the weather, we did have a greater field of entrants for the event.
‘‘We had competitors come from Cobar, Brisbane, Western Australia and Sydney, as well as from the region.’’
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