Finding the next Albury-Wodonga Bandits superstar

Albury-Wodonga Bandits Jamar Briscoe and Lamar Mallory keep the ball away from L-R: Ryan Coonan, 9, Wodonga South Primary, Rory Bartlett, 10, Rutherglen Primary, Tia Frazer, 11, St John’s Lutheran Jindera, and Isabella Webb, 6, Holy Spirit Lavington. Picture: TARA GOONAN

Albury-Wodonga Bandits Jamar Briscoe and Lamar Mallory keep the ball away from L-R: Ryan Coonan, 9, Wodonga South Primary, Rory Bartlett, 10, Rutherglen Primary, Tia Frazer, 11, St John’s Lutheran Jindera, and Isabella Webb, 6, Holy Spirit Lavington. Picture: TARA GOONAN

The Albury-Wodonga Bandits this week lent a helping hand to the Active After-school Communities program, which hosted 32 Border schoolchildren at the Lauren Jackson Sports Centre.

Eight schools took part on Thursday after the successful running of clinics in 15 schools in term two.

“It’s about having fun, trying a different version of the sport along with learning new skills and just getting children active,” regional co-ordinator and Bandits coach Brad Chalmers said.

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