IN FO­CUS Orana Physie suc­cess in New­cas­tle com­pe­ti­tion

Dubbo Photo News - - In Focus - Con­trib­uted by MAR­GARET LYNCH (PUB­LIC­ITY OF­FI­CER)

ORANA Phys­i­cal Cul­ture launched into the 2019 com­pe­ti­tion sea­son at­tend­ing an in­ter­club at the Cal­laghan Col­lege Waratah Tech­nol­ogy Cam­pus in New­cas­tle. The Speers Point Physie club hosted the event with the pro­gram list­ing 11 other clubs chal­leng­ing for plac­ings.

The New­cas­tle zone has a strong pres­ence in this sport and, as ex­pected, the stan­dard of per­for­mance was high.

A large con­tin­gent of fam­ily, friends and spec­ta­tors trav­elled to the in­ter­club along with 42 Orana par­tic­i­pants who watched and/ or com­peted in a full day of Physie.

The club grate­fully re­ceives spon­sor­ship from the Pep­per­corn Child­care Cen­tre which pro­vided a bus to and from this event, and Tommy Cat­tell vol­un­teer­ing as the driver for the week­end.

Up against some of the best clubs in the state, Orana Physie fared well gath­er­ing 16 plac­ings across the var­i­ous group­ings.

Kimmy Mclean

Lara Tonk­ins and Lucy Tay­lor

Ge­orgie Flick-mur­ray and Gi­aan Cubby

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