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It’s time to register your team for “Cazaly’s 2018 Charity Golf Day” held on Australia Day, Friday 26th January 2018 at the Palmerston Golf Course. This is a great way to spend Australia Day and support a great cause! This major fundraising event will support the ‘Black Dog’ Campaign. The Black Dog campaign aims to reduce depression amongst men in this day and age. It especially encourages men to be strong, and stand together and take action to improve their health and wellbeing. This 9 hole, 4 person Ambrose includes a BBQ lunch, drinks & great prizes for just $75 pp. There will be raffles, games & prizes for the ‘Best Decorated Cart’, ‘Best Dressed Team’ and more. Sponsorship opportunities are available and donations for our charity auction and raffles would be gratefully accepted & acknowledged. Registrations are now open for the Australia Day Charity Golf Day. Phone 8932 8688 to register! All proceeds go to the Black Dog Ride Association.  

It’s time to register your team for “Cazaly’s 2018 Charity Golf Day” held on Australia Day, Friday 26th January 2018 at the Palmerston Golf Course.

This is a great way to spend Australia Day and support a great cause!

This major fundraising event will support the ‘Black Dog’ Campaign.

The Black Dog campaign aims to reduce depression amongst men in this day and age. It especially encourages men to be strong, and stand together and take action to improve their health and wellbeing.

This 9 hole, 4 person Ambrose includes a BBQ lunch, drinks & great prizes for just $75 pp. There will be raffles, games & prizes for the ‘Best Decorated Cart’, ‘Best Dressed Team’ and more.

Sponsorship opportunities are available and donations for our charity auction and raffles would be gratefully accepted & acknowledged.

Registrations are now open for the Australia Day Charity Golf Day. Phone 8932 8688 to register! All proceeds go to the Black Dog Ride Association.  

Straya Day is around the corner, and we're all about it!  Grab some Aussie themed tucker at our bistro from 12 noon, chill to our 'stralian tunes playing all day, we even have some games, prizes and aussie giveaways. Then From 9pm come watch and dance the night away with DJ Emily Rose!  18+ Event

Straya Day is around the corner, and we're all about it! 

Grab some Aussie themed tucker at our bistro from 12 noon, chill to our 'stralian tunes playing all day, we even have some games, prizes and aussie giveaways.

Then From 9pm come watch and dance the night away with DJ Emily Rose! 

18+ Event

The octagon returns to TD Garden on Jan. 20 at UFC 220 with a major pay-per-view event. For the first time since 2003, both the heavyweight and light heavyweight belts will be contested on the same night. In the main event, champion Stipe Miocic (17-2 MMA, 11-2 UFC) puts his belt on the line against the devastating punching power of Francis Ngannou (11-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC). “I stepped into [MMA] with an already advanced mind-set.” said Ngannou, who fights out of Paris by way of Batie, Cameroon. “I was ready as a fighter before I even started this game, that helps me a lot.” At the start of his career, Ngannou planned on training to become a professional boxer until his coaches suggested he try his hand at MMA in hopes of a more lucrative endeavor. Now, after a successful stint on the regional scene and a quick ascension in the UFC, Ngannou splits his training camp between his coaches in Paris and the state-of-the art UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas.

The octagon returns to TD Garden on Jan. 20 at UFC 220 with a major pay-per-view event. For the first time since 2003, both the heavyweight and light heavyweight belts will be contested on the same night.

In the main event, champion Stipe Miocic (17-2 MMA, 11-2 UFC) puts his belt on the line against the devastating punching power of Francis Ngannou (11-1 MMA, 6-0 UFC).

“I stepped into [MMA] with an already advanced mind-set.” said Ngannou, who fights out of Paris by way of Batie, Cameroon. “I was ready as a fighter before I even started this game, that helps me a lot.”

At the start of his career, Ngannou planned on training to become a professional boxer until his coaches suggested he try his hand at MMA in hopes of a more lucrative endeavor. Now, after a successful stint on the regional scene and a quick ascension in the UFC, Ngannou splits his training camp between his coaches in Paris and the state-of-the art UFC Performance Institute in Las Vegas.