Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Move over Clinton, Now It Is My Turn

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Move over Clinton, Now It Is My Turn

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Byline: Guy Williams Guy.Williams@capnews.com.au

WHAT one brother can do, another can as well.

Wanderers junior Brayden McKay lines up for Queensland today at the Australian under-15 boys championships at Port Kennedy, Western Australia as big brother Clinton features in the finals of the Australian U18 boys championships in Melbourne.

Clinton and Southside United's Douglas Buckley have both been battling Australia's best for the past week and hopefully wrap up their championships with a win in today's grand final.

The pair advanced through to today's grand final against New South Wales with a 4-2 win over Victoria in last night's semi-final.

Queensland registered wins over New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, and the Northern Territory before a final round 9-2 win over NSW Blue on Wednesday.

The only blight on their performance at the championships was a 3-3 draw with Tasmania last Saturday.

Buckley was earlier in the week named in an initial 30-man squad to represent Australia at the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China from August 15-28. …

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