SHE'S BEAUT: Kerrod Barker, Darryl O'Leary and Michael Barker at the Tara Polocrosse Carnival's grand opening of Beauy's Bar, a project completed in memory of Beau Neal, a Tara local known for his cheeky grin and love for his family.
SHE'S BEAUT: Kerrod Barker, Darryl O'Leary and Michael Barker at the Tara Polocrosse Carnival's grand opening of Beauy's Bar, a project completed in memory of Beau Neal, a Tara local known for his cheeky grin and love for his family. Brooke Duncan

Tara polocrosse club open a bar for Beauy

WITH dust and spirits flying high Tara's polocrosse carnival saw competitors from across the state turn out to honour local man and polocrosse enthusiast, Beau Neal.

The two-day event featured fierce competition on the field - but more importantly, showcased a community coming together for the opening of Beauy's Bar.

The project was completed in memory of Mr Neal, 30, a Tara local known for his cheeky grin and love for his family who lost his life after the vehicle he was driving rolled on Taylors Rd, Tara.

Almost a year after his tragic passing, his mother Jill was in awe of what had been accomplished in Beau's memory, and the impact her son clearly had on those around him.

Many family members attended to mark the day, with bright smiles and lots of laughter.

While spectators enjoyed a meal and a drink at the brand new bar, competitors toughed it out in some fierce polocrosse play.