Glen Innes Public School Girls League Tag side competed in the finals of the NRL Legends of League competition.
The girls travelled Gunnedah’s Longmuir Playing fields to June 25 on a warm winter’s day to take part in the fnals.
The girls won the right to battle out the finals at Gunnedah and represent the region along with St. Joseph’s Tenterfield following their win at the legends gala day held in Glen Innes earlier in June.
Teams from both public and independent schools played in this competition.
At Gunnedah the girls were put to the test playing against representative teams from other regions throughout the North West.
A gallant effort was put in by the girls in such a fast paced competition.
The team finished the day with wins against Bundarra and Gunnedah and a draw against Oxley Vale -Tamworth.
They were narrowly defeated by St. Joseph’s Tenterfield and a well-drilled Warialda side who took out the competition.
Coach Marianne Bower congratulates all the girls on their efforts and the manner in which they participate.
“A huge thank you to the parents who set off on the early trek to Gunnedah, providing transport and supporting us for the day,” she said.
Glen Innes Public School were presented with a shield for the school at the end of the day for being the champions of the Glen Innes league tag day held in June.
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