Mun­dub­bera com­pe­ti­tion heats up

Central and North Burnett Times - - JUNIOR SPORT -

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.

The one thing that stood out at Mun­dub­bera Touch was the way

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