Coffs players dominate NSW camp

COFFS Harbour junior basketball players have dominated the recently announced list of player selected to attend the Under 14 and 15 NSW Talented Athlete Program.

A total of 16 local players have been selected in the 52 person program, which is a far greater number than from any other association in Country NSW.

The NSW program will be conducted as a live-in camp at the NSW Academy of Sport facility in Narrabeen.

The players will live-in for the three-day camp and will be joined by players from Illawarra, Shoalhaven, Albury, Dubbo, Tamworth, Port Macquarie and the Central Coast.

SELECTED PLAYERS

Girls

Elizabeth Tonks, Emily Malouf, Alyson Willmott, Jayden Ainsworth, Scout Burke, Sarah Willmott, Jordon Woods, Georgia Martyn

Boys

Jordan Black, Hayden Davie, Arnad Hajdic, Lachlan Jacobs, Macthony Nebo, David Johnston, Caleb Taylor, Jake Speedie



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