Bungarra’s impress in Nowra

Mitch Cohen
Updated November 7 2016 - 8:06pm, first published 1:21pm
STARRING ROLE: Illawarra's Tenaya Davis played a big part at the inaugural National Indigenous Championships in Nowra over the weekend. Picture: DAMIAN McGILL
STARRING ROLE: Illawarra's Tenaya Davis played a big part at the inaugural National Indigenous Championships in Nowra over the weekend. Picture: DAMIAN McGILL

Victorious Illawarra Bungarra players will have to wait patiently to find out if they’ve made the Australian Indigenous team after impressing at the inaugural National Indigenous Championships in Nowra last weekend. 

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Mitch Cohen

Mitch Cohen

Sport Journalist

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