AS WE reach the conclusion of another wintry and wet week in Leeton shire, we bring to you the next installment of our April, 2013 Flashback Friday series.
In this latest gallery, you'll find everything from Leeton Greens matches to junior rugby league players taking to the field.
There was also the official opening of the Sir Samuel McCaughey statue in Yanco's McCaughey Park, which was attended by many dignitaries and descendants of Sir Samuel.
The idea of the statue and the project itself was heavily pushed by two councillors at the time - Greg O'Callaghan and Peter Davidson.
A Parkview Public School parent also shaved their head for a good cause, while we looked into Wamoon effectively disappearing off the map.
What else was happening in Australia in April, 2013?
- April 14: Prime Minister Julia Gillard announces $14.5 billion worth of funding for schools over the next six years to mark one year since the release of the Gonski review.
- April 17: Australia's greatest racing horse since Phar Lap and one of the greatest mares in world history, Black Caviar is retired on an unbeaten record of 25 wins.
- April 19: In the 2013 ANZAC test Australia defeated New Zealand 32-12 at Canberra Stadium before a crowd of 25,628.
- April 21: Central Coast Mariners FC defeat Western Sydney Wanderers FC 2-0 in the 2013 A-League Grand Final.
- April 27: On the final day of the Sydney Racing Carnival, John Singleton sacks Gai Waterhouse as his trainer following mare More Joyous' loss in the race, claiming that Waterhouse's bookmaker son, Tom Waterhouse, had the night before expressed his suspicions to friends of Singleton's over More Joyous' physical condition and believed that it had no chance of winning the race. The incident prompts an inquiry, as well as debates over whether live betting odds should be permitted during televised sporting matches.