Riverina's week in pictures | July 18 July 19, 2014, 6 a.m.Tweet Print Story The best shots from around the Riverina this week. Riverina's week in pictures | July 18 Griffith's Max Ravouvou doesn't want a bar of Tumut's Jonty David in the SIRU match in Wagga. Picture: Michael FrogleyCoolamon Central School students Brittany Brown 17, (left) and Louise Sloan, 17, get a taste of zombie life at the University of NSW's Museum of Disease travelling exhibition in Wagga. Picture: Michael FrogleySix months into his weightlifting career Tumut teenager Aydan McMahon is set to compete against the world's best at the Youth Olympics in Nanging China next month. In his whirlwind start the 17-year-old has broken two national records and five state records as he continues on his dream to represent Australia. Picture: Michael FrogleyAndrew Lavaka dives across the line to score in the first half, despite pressure from Hay's Ben Taylor. Picture: The IrrigatorKelly "Serial Killer" Fiske calls out to a team-mate during the Derby Dolls' bout at Bolton Park Stadium. Picture: Kieren L TillyRon Mugridge from Dalgety, John Rudd from Adaminaby and Rodney Mugridge from Dalgety pictured at the Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre. Pictures: Shantelle StephensAngelo Maloni, David Blake, Peter Ryrie, Tom Mackerras and Nan Simpson help launch the Primavera on Lake Wyangan on Sunday. Picture: Anthony StipoLeeton resident Michael Cowdroy-Ling will be shaving his long locks later this year in aid of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia. Picture: The IrrigatorJack Brooks crosses Wagga's Gobbagombalin Bridge on his Run For Quill, a 45-kilometre run to raise money for his friend James McQuillian, who sustained a severe spinal injury while playing Australian rules for the Albury Tigers. Picture: Les SmithHenty CWA members Margaret Bennett and Jenny Chobdzynski at the organisation's international afternoon. Picture: Eastern Riverina ChronicleWagga Tigers veteran Andrew Priest – pictured with children (from left) Madeline, Susannah, Zoe and Hamish – will play his 400th game for the club on Saturday. Picture: Laura HardwickConnor Lynch, 17, was a member of the under 18 national Indigenous rugby union side which won the national schoolboys carnival. Picture: Anthony StipoVula Wate, 6, has his face painted by Renee Trounce during Leeton NAIDOC Week festivities. Picture: The IrrigatorThe president of the Wagga branch of the Classic & Historic Automobile Club of Australia Len Osburn (left) and Brian Horsley in Old N Daze with items that will be typically for sale of swap on Sunday. Picture: Michael FrogleyNeil Bull operates the Junee Licensed Post Office along with his wife Karen, the couple is dedicated to providing a vital service to the community but have conceded it has become harder in the past 10 years. Picture: Declan RurengaThe front of this vehicle was smashed in a prang at the junction of the Estella ramp and Olympic Wag on Tuesday. Picture: Michael FrogleyBrian Mills, Jean McClung and Peter Katsoolis will march every Wednesday in Griffith in an effort to have the decision to close the city's CSIRO reversed. Picture: Anthony StipoHello World Wagga staff (from left) Kristen McKenzie, Kellie Stevens and Susan Toohey test out the one of a kind mobile indoor lawn bowl centre at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club as AAT Kings sales manager Simon Vincent measures jack high bowl. Picture: Les SmithKandice Marin takes on Theresa Romeo in the Griffith City v Wests match on Sunday. Picture: Anthony StipoFire and Rescue NSW used an aerial pump to attack a house fire in Kooringal on Saturday afternoon. Firefighters entered the property, but were forced to withdraw due to structural collapse. Picture: Kieren L TillyVolunteers remove the knitting that covered Holbrook's HMAS Otway. Picture: Elizabeth HabermannWaratahs' Jonny Teleala braces for the tackle from Black and Whites a defender. Picture: Anthony StipoThe Galloway wolfpack is back together, with Richie sharing a kiss with Paul Galloway snr, as Matthew, 7, and Paul Galloway watch on after kelpie's surprise return. Picture: Les SmithYenda's Dean Kelly and Hanwood FC's Matthew Fearon. Picture: Anthony StipoSylvie Wise, six months, at the River and Wren markets on Sunday. Picture: Jacinta CoyneEmergency services were called to a crash on Irrigation Way on Tuesday. Picture: Anthony StipoAnthony Sloane, 13, Thomas Mullins, 15, Rodney Gibbs. 15 and Laulea Fangu Fangu, 15, at the NAIDOC Week event at Griffith High School. Picture: Anthony StipoNSW Fire and Rescue Leeton raced to the scene of a house fire in Loquat Avenue on Wednesday and, while able to extinguish the blaze, the home was destroyed by the fire. Picture: The IrrigatorWhitton's Rice Bowl Hotel has one strike under the state government's three-strike policy, but it happened in 2012, prior to current licensees Cindy (left) and Colin Eldridge taking over. Picture: The IrrigatorLeeton actor Jake Speer returned home last weekend to share his inside knowledge of the industry. He is pictured with budding actors (from left) Daniel Heath, Nadia Nardi, Alex Patterson and Zac Hanlon. Picture: The IrrigatorNSW Fire and Rescue Leeton raced to the scene of a house fire in Loquat Avenue on Wednesday and, while able to extinguish the blaze, the home was destroyed by the fire. Picture: The IrrigatorLeeton's Jarrod Whitty, 16, shows off his number-one plaque and trophy as the senior national class winner at the 2014 NSW Closed State Titles. Picture: The IrrigatorAndrew Henderson with Charlie 10 months and Jack, 5, at the Wagga Livestock Marketing Centre. Pictures: Shantelle StephensHenty CWA members Margaret Bennett and Jenny Chobdzynski at the organisation's International Afternoon. Picture: Eastern Riverina ChronicleDance teacher Jasmin Hobson teaches Urana and The Rock kids some hip hop moves during a workshop at the Urana Hall. Picture: Eastern Riverina ChronicleMarylee Nell and Jo Ward show off some of the items which will be on sale at Junee's newest shop, the Sandy Beach Boutique this Saturday. Picture: Declan RurengaTweetFacebook of ╳exitPHOTOS OF THE WEEK | July 18The best photos from Fairfax Riverina photographers.