TROTTING CENTRALISATION Special. CAMBRIDGE, Wednesday. The centralisation of trotting in Waikato was discussed at the 24th annual meeting of the Cambridge Trotting Club and, while the assistance of the Waikato Club and the operation of the combination of three clubs (Cambridge, Thames and Waikato) was appreciated, the opinion was expressed that Cambridge should get back on to its own course as soon as possible. Appreciation was expressed regarding the services of two retiring committeemen, Messrs. N. Banks and B. H. B. Brewer, whose places on the committee have been filled by Messrs. D. M. Bourke and B.' N. Garland.
The balance-sheet disclosed a healthy financial position.
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NOT FAVOURED, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945
NOT FAVOURED Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 187, 9 August 1945
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