The governing body for tentpegging in Australia
AUSTRALIAN TENTPEGGING ASSOCIATION
INTERNATIONAL MASTERS TEST - AUSTRALIA Vs SOUTH AFRICA
The Australian Masters team competed in an International test against South Africa in October. The event was held at the Albury showgrounds. The competition consisted of 11 events.
South Africa won the test 763 points to the Australian team’s 662 points.
The Australian team won the gold medals in 4 events, the Skill at Arms, Pair of lances, Indian file lance and Indian file sword.
South Africa won the gold medals in 7 events, Pair of swords, Rings and Peg, Lemons and Peg, Individual sword, Individual lance, Team lances and Team swords.
The 2014 International Tent Pegging Federation committee meetings and Annual General Meeting were held in Muscat, Oman from the 20th November to the 25th November.
The new office of the ITPF in the Al Nahda Tower was also opened and inspected by delegates.
DENILIQUIN TENT PEGGING CLUB
The Deniliquin Tent Pegging Club was formed in 1964. It is believed to be the oldest civilian tent pegging club in the world.
The 50th anniversary tent pegging challenge was held in Deniliquin, in conjunction with the New South Wales Championships on the weekend of October 11th and 12th