NSW Polding Touch trials has great results for Wellington's St Mary's School

Lilly Clarke, Chloe Chandler, Claudia Mason, Lucy Carney and Bella Sheridan played on the Bathurst Diocese Team. Photo: Supplied
Lilly Clarke, Chloe Chandler, Claudia Mason, Lucy Carney and Bella Sheridan played on the Bathurst Diocese Team. Photo: Supplied

Last month five young girls from St Mary's Catholic School in Wellington competed at the NSW Polding Touch Trials in Parkes with great results.

Lilly Clarke, Chloe Chandler, Claudia Mason, Lucy Carney and Bella Sheridan played on the Bathurst Diocese Team and finished the trial undefeated and number one out of the other five Diocese Teams.

The girls were commended not just for their amazing effort on the day but also their commitment and dedication they shown training hard to prepare for the event, which was held May 31.

The day was primarily used as the trails for the NSW Polding Team and Lilly Clarke was well deserved to be named in the team to compete at the NSW PSSA Trials.

Results for the day 7-0 against Wilcania/Forbes, 5-0 Armidale, 2-0 Newcastle/Maitland, 4-2 Broken Bay and 5-0 against Lismore.

They will be playing again on July, 1, against Molong.

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