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Stories about "Far North Coast Zone Primary School Sports Association Athletics Championships":

500 compete in little athletics carnival

As many as 500 primary students aged eight to 13 from across the region competed in the Far North Coast Zone Primary School Sports Association Athletics Championships held at the Byron’s Cavanbah Centre last week.

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