Basketball with our TAFE Friends!

When a group of Sport & Recreation TAFE students and their lecturer, Michael Coleman came to Bold Park today for a game of basketball, I thought there would be a few scrapes and tears. None were to be seen. It truly was a friendly game with both sides showing respect for each other. No questioning the umpire’s calls or getting down with the score. This was truly an event for those who simply love to run, be active and like the chance to get outside.

For those who had the opportunity to play, great sportsmanship and camaraderie was displayed. All very well supported on the sidelines by the remaining College and some primary students who were very eager to get involved.

Thanks to those who assisted including Jarryd as impromtu coach, Renee as head cheerleader and Rory on photos.

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