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Maclean success at open touch football at Goonellabah

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Image: Contributed Open Girls team members: Layla Bruggy, Sienna Gilbert, Fiona Vesper, Charlotte Williams, Carissa Miltiadou , Jorga Mainey, Zeah Fox, Tia Hollis, Melanie Laurie, Kayla Laurie, Zhanae Whalley, Open Boys team members: Brian Anderson, Andrew Avery-Randall, Connor Bridges, Charles Charlton-Walker, Tye Delaney, Nathan Hollis, Joshua Kerr, Ferlin Laurie Patrick O’Mahoney, Kai Thomsen, Jacob Warburton

On March 23 the open girls and boys teams from Maclean HS travelled to Goonellabah for a touch football tournament.

Both teams performed very well on the day and the wet conditions provided some entertaining try displays.
Both our Open girls and boys teams made the final with the open boys winning their final against Alstonville 3-1. Unfortunately the girls when down in a very tough match against Alstonville 4-2

The boy’s team will now progress through to the next round of competition against Tweed River in Term 2. We wish them all the best for that match up.

A number of students were selected for the Zone Touch football team. The girls: Zeah Fox, Kayla Laurie, Fiona Vesper and Charlotte Williams and the boys: Andrew Avery- Randall, Charles Charlton-Walker, Nathan Hollis and Kai Thomsen were selected. We wish them all the best at the next round in Port Macquarie next term.

Congratulation’s must be extended to all students that participated on the day – you represented Maclean High School excellently and we congratulate you on your performances.

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