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Footy fever strikes

MASSIVE torpedoes, soaring marks and spot on handballs were all on the cards for the Inverloch Primary School football day last Wednesday.

Students were encouraged to dress up in their team’s colours with lots of little Bombers and Tigers and prospective Dane Swans making their way around the school.

Budding young footballers were put through their paces with games of marker’s up, handball rebound and a battle to see who could kick the furthest.

Principal Wendy Caple said it was a fantastic day.

“All the students loved the day and always like getting out and active,” she said.

 

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