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Water war

LEONGATHA Secondary College Year 12s relished an opportunity to get back at their teachers for giving them homework and detentions over the years.

The graduating class versed senior teachers in the inaugural water fight armed with water pistols and balloons.

The battle took place last Wednesday prior to celebration day activities for the Year 12s’ last day of school before written exams.

Student revenge: from left, Gemma Coulter and Nikita Wright made the most of the student versus teacher water fight at Leongatha Secondary College last Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Jamie Cummins.

Student revenge: from left, Gemma Coulter and Nikita Wright made the most of the student versus teacher water fight at Leongatha Secondary College last Wednesday. Photo courtesy of Jamie Cummins.

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