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Glennie Shines At Touch National Youth Championships

Ten Glennie girls were selected to compete at the recent National Youth Championships for Queensland Touch Football at the Sunshine Coast Stadium on the Sunshine Coast, from Thursday, 1 to Saturday, 3 October 2020.  These girls trialled and were selected from their Toowoomba Twisters affiliate representation to play for the South West Queensland Swans at this next level of competition.

Under 12 SWQ Swans - Stella Suey

Under 14 SWQ Swans - Bridget McSweeney, Anna Park, Ruby Leicht and Abbey Wardle

Under 16 SWQ Swans - Bailey Kowitz, Zoe Waters and Holly Willmington

Open SWQ Swans - Matilda Leicht and Ella Kowitz

Glennie was also represented proudly in the coaching/managing arena at this competition.

Under 12 SWQ Swans - Sia and Jamie Kowitz (Glennie parents)

Under 16 SWQ Swans Boys - Abbie Prendergast (Glennie touch football coach)

Under 16 SWQ Swans Girls - Bailey Garcha (Glennie parent)

Open girls finished in 5th place, while the Under 14 and 16 Girls both finished in 4th place, with Abbie's team finishing 3rd.  These are fantastic results in tough competition.  The Under 12s were excited and proud to play representative touch for SWQ Swans for the first time ever.

Glennie dad, Terry McSweeney, played a vital role in the organisation of this tournament in his position as Games Development Officer for Queensland Touch Football.  Terry and his team did a wonderful job putting on the first major touch football event for the year.  Our Glennie girls were very fortunate to have the opportunity to play in this high-level tournament at this world-class facility during the spring school holidays.  Congratulations to all those involved!

Mrs Shaz Willmington
Event Organiser

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