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Girls play great footy

FEMALE students from Wonthaggi, Mirboo North, Leongatha and Korumburra secondary colleges got together last Wednesday for a round robin football competition.

Held at the Leongatha velodrome, the competition was fierce and the girls had no trouble showing their mettle on the field.

Up high: from left, Emma Hassett, Bianca Castello, Mackenzie Kerr and Angela Frazzetto from Mirboo North Secondary College fought hard, but eventually went down to Wonthaggi.

Up high: from left, Emma Hassett, Bianca Castello, Mackenzie Kerr and Angela Frazzetto from Mirboo North Secondary College fought hard, but eventually went down to Wonthaggi.

Winners: Wonthaggi Secondary College senior team members Alesha Kelly, Leah Joyce, Brittni Shell and Elise Desantis were celebrating their tough win over Mirboo North.

Winners: Wonthaggi Secondary College senior team members Alesha Kelly, Leah Joyce, Brittni Shell and Elise Desantis were celebrating their tough win over Mirboo North.

Go girls: from left, Chloe Hogg, Kaitlyn Casbolt and Ebony Burns played in the Leongatha Secondary College junior football team last Wednesday.

Go girls: from left, Chloe Hogg, Kaitlyn Casbolt and Ebony Burns played in the Leongatha Secondary College junior football team last Wednesday.

Gearing up: from left, Korumburra Secondary College girls Shannon Heylen, Deanna Chiavaroli, Hayley Davies and Courtney Clark were getting ready to take on Wonthaggi in their first game.

Gearing up: from left, Korumburra Secondary College girls Shannon Heylen, Deanna Chiavaroli, Hayley Davies and Courtney Clark were getting ready to take on Wonthaggi in their first game.

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