Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Captain Dunn Leads to the Front

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Captain Dunn Leads to the Front

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Jim Alouat

jim.alouat@news-mail.com.au

FROM cellar-dwellers in 2014 to grand finalists in 2015, it's been an amazing turnaround for Arrows Athletics.

The club will play in the Premier League grand final in Hervey Bay against an undefeated Wallaroos side today.

Arrows Athletics qualified for the big day with an impressive, but gruelling, extra-time win against Granville last weekend.

Captain Ally Dunn said the 3-2 win was a proud moment for all involved.

"It was a very tough game," she said.

"We have not beaten Granville for a few years.

"The fact we came away with the win, after a hard-fought game, is what we are all about."

Dunn said the change in fortunes from last season came down to attitude.

"I remember going into the competition last year with so many players and feeling confident," she said.

"As the weeks went by, we lost players as they left to study and our heads dropped.

"We knew we had the team on paper but we didn't prepare well. …

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