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May 19, 2022

Banora Point Public School go to Sydney for state AFL Knock-out competition

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Banora Point Public School is flying the flag for the north coast in the state primary schools Aussie Rules knockout, which will be decided in Sydney early this week.

They are one of only three schools from regional NSW and the only one from the coast to make the cut into the final four.

The state primary schools (NSWPSAA – NSW Primary Schools Sports Association) finals was contested at the Blacktown International Sportspark in Sydney’s West on Monday.

The Banora Point Public outfit with be taking on Griffith East Public School and Deniliquin South from the AFL stronghold of the Riverina and Sydney side Kings Langley Public School.

They are competing for the Tony Lockett Shield honouring the prodigious goal-kicking Swan who this year offered some personal guidance to Swan Buddy Franklin who last weekend sealed another Coleman Medal with a breathtaking ten-goal haul.

Results available in The Echo next week.


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