Mavericks too strong for Titans

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Mavericks too strong for Titans

The Millicent High School Year 9 and 10 football team used the home ground to full advantage when the Tenison Woods College Year 9 team paid a visit last week.

The extra year meant the host school fielded a taller and stronger team.
Millicent had a number of players who have already played A Grade in the Mid South Eastern Football League such as Hatherleigh duo Hudson Nowak and Oskar Howell.

MHS students took advantage of the sunny skies and their daily recess break to cheer on their school chums.

With the scores imbalanced at the long break, the coaches agreed that some players would swap guernseys to even up the contest.

Both umpires came from Millicent and were experienced underage coaches Nathan Chapple and Dylan Clough.

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