Warilla, Kiama take out NSW All Schools regional qualifying tournament

On the run: Warilla's Bindi O'Hara. Picture: Georgia Matts.
On the run: Warilla's Bindi O'Hara. Picture: Georgia Matts.

Thomas Dalton Park has played host to yet another day of high-quality touch football, with the NSW All Schools Wollongong regional qualifying tournament taking place on Friday.

The year seven and eight boys and girls played a number of games throughout the gala day in a bid to earn a place in November’s state finals.

The Warilla High School girls teams were particularly impressive, with two teams from the school clashing in the semi-final. 

The victorious team progressed to take on Saint Mary’s Star of the Sea College in the final, with Warilla prevailing in a tight, riveting clash.

Kiama High School and Corpus Christi High School lined up in the boys final, with the southerners proving much too strong for their rivals, claiming a big victory to book a place in the state finals. 

The teams from Warilla and Kiama will head to St Marys on 16 November to take on the state’s best.

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