Shield - Aus/NZ Railway Commissioners Lawn bowls 1994
New South Wales
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GEM CRAFT TRADING PTY LTD \ A.C.N. 050 067 493 \ JEWELLERY, GIFTWARE, TROPHIES \ 1st FLOOR, 74-84 FOVEAUX STREET \ SURRY HILLS, N.S.W. 2010 \ PHONE: (02) 212 1299
AUSTRALIAN and NEW ZEALAND RAILWAY \ Commissioners Lawn Bowls Shield
Replica Donated by the Commissioners \ TO \ WINNERS of the 1994 CARNIVA
Members of Australian railway institutes participated in local sporting competitions and representative sides were chosen to compete against other interstate railway institutions. Sports included football, rifle shooting, tennis, table tennis and cricket. New South Wales and Queensland Railway Institutes played against each other in Rugby League tests, while the majority of other states played Australian Rules Football tests. Cricket was the biggest of the sports, with all states participating, including the Commonwealth Railway, in cricket competitions.
A side to represent the Queensland Railway Institute at the February 1994 Australian and New Zealand Railways Institutes' Bowls Carnival on the Gold Coast was selected in October 1993. A side to represent the Queensland Railway Institute at the February 1994 Australian and New Zealand Railways Institutes' Bowls Carnival on the Gold Coast was selected in October 1993.
The team, known as the Tintara Cup Team, was: N. Arnold (Driver, Charters Towers), B. Ashworth (Clerk, Rockhampton), D. Boldery (Platform Engineer, Maryborough), R. Burmingham (Guard, Gympie), W. Carey (Ticket Office, Brisbane), A. Cox (Clerk, Acacia Ridge), K. Gadd (Guard, Jilalan), K. Gardner (Trades Assistant, Charters Towers), G. Gardner (Labourer, Charters Towers), G. Gees (Station Master, Bluff), E. Hagedorn (Driver, Gladstone), O.Miles (Fettler, Gympie), B. Moessinger (Guard, Gympie), R. Myles (Property Section, Railway Centre), K. Oman (Maintenance Welder, Charters Towers), L. Reddy (Sheet Metal Worker, Rockhampton), P. Stone (Driver, Mayne), W. Wegert (Track Section, Bundaberg), C. Williams (Examiner, Gympie) and L. Wilson (Carpenter, Townsville).