Mundubbera competition heats up
WHEN temperatures soared towards 40 degrees on Monday night, it was really heating up at Martin Love Oval.
Eight mixed teams of girls and boys made up the competition and it all got under way at 6pm as the sun was going down.
“I am happy to be playing with the Retreads now. We have been having a few wins this year,” Mundubbera school student Misty Tucker said.
“I get a bit nervous before the games as I never know how we are going to go.”
Retreads playedWebby’s Wannabees and it was very clear from the start the Retreads were going to finish on top.
“TheWannabees are a new team this year with a lot of young players,” Mundubbera Touch Football co-ordinator Melinda Thurburn said.
“They have so many good players on their team and it is only a matter of time before they hit their straps,” she said.
At half-time the Retreads were 6–0 up and all their players were feeling on top of things.
“I feel a bit more relaxed now we are up by six tries,” Misty Tucker said.
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