‘Nin­jas’ light up col­lege’s oval

More than 3000 at mas­sive fundraiser

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KIDS from four and kids at heart pro­duced their in­ner war­rior yes­ter­day at the Kawana Waters Ninja Colour Chal­lenge.

With rope swings, mon­key bars, seg­ways, cargo nets and many litres of paint, it was an af­ter­noon of fun and games.

Hosted by the Kawana Waters State Col­lege more than 3000 kids and adults took to the school’s oval.

Phys­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion teacher Megs Murr said it was a won­der­ful com­mu­nity net­work­ing day.

“The kids have all been talk­ing about the Ninja War­rior tele­vi­sion show, they love it,” she said.

“They try and build cour­ses in their back­yards so we have gone one bet­ter.”

Prin­ci­pal Colin Allen-Waters couldn’t swipe the smile off his face.

“It is fun for ev­ery­one to en­joy, it is not only about fundrais­ing but get­ting the whole com­mu­nity to­gether,” he said.

“I would like to say this will be­come an an­nual event.”

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UL­TI­MATE FUNDRAISER: Grace Toohey and Sam Peka take on Kawana Waters State Col­lege’s Ninja Colour Chal­lenge.

Teach­ers Jade Bathersby and Megs Murr.

Harla He­witt and Isaiah Lawton.

Kyle Apelt.

Kane Nousala.

Levi Pe­drana.

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