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Queensland Little Athletics will be hosting the South Coast Regional Carnival at Ashmore on February 8 and 9.

Sixty-three athletes from the Tweed Seagulls Little Athletics Club will be competing over the two days to qualify for the state championships, which will be held in Cairns in March.

Of those athletes who have nominated for events in the carnival, 27 have been identified as having personal best performances (PBs) that would qualify them if they reach that time/distance in the finals at the carnival.


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