Wednesday, April 6, 2011
It was the most competitive tournament in Nationals history, and as such Quoll struggled to make an impact coming in 16th, but winning the spirit award. Baker's team made the final, but couldn't match the precision of Sydneyside team Colony after halftime. Southside performed with competence to finish 13th in the women's draw.
More than anything, this has fuelled the fire for the Hobart-Launceston Challange, and Southern Uni Games, held on 3-7th July in Geelong. I'm excited and happy to be playing, and we look to have a strong team in the making. Bring on SUG!