Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Youngsters Show That Winning Touch

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Youngsters Show That Winning Touch

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TOUCH FOOTBALL: James Baartz and Kate Bromley are leading the way for aspiring touch players at the Junior Touch Football State Cup.

Local players Baartz and Bromley competed in the event recently and not only delivered impressive performances on the field, but were also awarded the prestigious Scott Notley and Kerry Norman awards by the Queensland Touch Association.

Baartz and Bromley were nominated for the awards for their State Cup representation, for their consistent honesty and fairness, and for their high-quality on-field performances to match their off-field demeanour and example.

North Rockhampton High student Bromley has been playing competitively in the sport for 12 years and has represented Rockhampton in the State Cup on seven occasions. The modest 16-year-old is honoured to have received the award and encourages others to join the sport.

C[pounds sterling]I don't play to receive awards or to win anything, I play because I love it and it's a great sport,C[yen] Bromley said. …

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