PHOTOS: This week in the Riverina | May 30 May 30, 2014, noonTweet Print Story The best photos from around the Riverina. PHOTOS: This week in the Riverina | May 30 Getting a bird's-eye view at the poultry show at Wagga showground is three-year-old Myah Smith, who found the perfect perch on dad Mat's shoulders. Mat, from Leeton, was showing modern game birds. Picture: Kieren L Tilly/The Daily AdvertiserThe Area News photographer Anthony Stipo, with his paper creation, is calling for locals to get crafty and enter a new competition. Picture: Tanya Pattison/The Area NewsRiverina Ski Sports owner Peter Clucas is confident an unusually warm May won't lead to a quieter-than-usual ski season. Picture: Laura Hardwick/The Daily AdvertiserThe Griffith Blacks are pulling out all the stops to honour the memory of club favourite Ben Groat at the Coro Club.Wagga table tennis player Eriko Ito shows off the bronze medal she won at the World Veterans Table Tennis Championships in New Zealand. Picture: Kieren L TillyExhibits at the Marrambidya Dabaamalang: Murrumbidgee Gathering exhibition at the E3 art gallery. Picture: Laura HardwickAutumn leaves in Griffith. Picture: Anthony StipoSam Kagtooa and Joseph Schirripa get hands on in the first grade GFA match between Yoogali FC and Hanwood. Picture: Anthony StipoTony Del Gigante pushes the pedals during a cycle in Griffith. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsA burst water main on Griffin Avenue in Griffith caused havoc earlier in the week. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsGriffith Public School students Dakel Smyth, 11, Shakia Charles, 10, Paul Taituave, 12, with the Sorry Day book created to hand over to the Aboriginal Lands Council. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsTAFE NSW Riverina Institute shearing teacher Billy Kimber with Certificate III in Agriculture student.Griffith High School students Aistan Fidow and Matthew Driti, both 15, have been selected for the NSW Combined High Schools side. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsJulie Wiltshire, pictured with grandchildren Nicholas Fattore, 7, Pia Fattore, 6, and Andy Fatore, 2, will appear on Today on Saturday morning. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsKids had a ball at St Mary's School Italian National Day. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsMikaela Jones, 20, wrote a letter about her cousin Annie Painting, 12, 10 years again needing a liver transplant. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area NewsNational Simultaneous Storytime at the Leeton Library, May 21. Picture: The IrrigatorFormer Leeton resident Fonzie Gomez (right) with Australian musician Vance Joy (middle) during filming for a music video. Picture: The IrrigatorMacy Rogerson is ready to tuck into some noodles while (back from left) Charlie Reilly, Seaena Penfold, Joshua Garlick, Paris Owen and Tess Handsaker continue preparations. Picture: The IrrigatorTAFE NSW Riverina Institute Leeton campus third-year apprentice electrician Michael Miller will be attending this year's national WorldSkills competition along with teacher Rod Chant, who will act as a mentor and judge. Picture: The IrrigatorGeorge Salvestro and his award winning Falcon GT. Picture: Anthony Stipo/The Area News Gregg Staines is brought down by West Wyalong's Andrew Preston and Craig Iverach. Picture: The IrrigatorTwo teams prepare to start a jam as part of the friendly scrim held at Leeton Roller Derby League's open training session.The CSU team at the National Merino Challenge including Catherine Worner, Jordan Hoban, Patricia Coleman and Dione Howard. Picture: Courtesy of AWI.Jaielin Miles (right) takes Wagga mayor Rod Kendall's spot for a day, attending official functions as part of the CEO for a Day program. Picture: Laura HardwickUsing your private health insurance can benefit the Junee Multi-Purpose Service at no extra cost. Deputy health service manager Fiona Simons and local health advisory committee chairman Doctor Darren Corbett treat Elizabeth in the MPS emergency department. Picture: Declan RurengaThe Landow brothers (back, left) Kaiden, 7, Michael, 3, (front, left) Shaun, 10 and Adrian, 3 sit up front of Junee’s fire engine during the Neighbourhood Centre Day at the Junee Community Centre. Picture: Declan RurengaKim Biggs, Museum Advisor for the Lockhart Shire (right) and Heather Trevaskis, president of the Lockhart and District Historical Society with the restored fire truck after the swap with the Canberra Fire Brigade Museum.Autumn colours in Mangoplah. Picture: Elizabeth HabermannTrevor Cowie and David Ralph fight it out in the Griffith mens hockey match between Easts Flavourtech and Exies Galahs. Picture: Anthony StipoTweetFacebook of ╳exitPhotos of the week | May 30The best shots from around the Riverina.