Students show volleyball skill

MOURA State High School students Shanice Short, Holly Tucker, Elyse Chiles, Allistasia Fewster, Skye Calvert, Maycee Short, Stevie Tucker, Rees Mackellar, Elinor Stratford, Audrey Tovera and Courtney Semple were selected to represent the Rockhampton District team at the Capricornia Volleyball Trials.

These trials were held in Gladstone last week.

The girls all played extremely well under the spotlight of many selectors searching for players for the Queensland State Titles.

The skill level of our girls was very high and the selectors recognised their skills and selected some of our girls for the Capricornia Team.

Stevie Tucker, Rees Mackellar and Audrey Tovera were selected in the under 19 Capricornia side.

Skye Calvert was selected in the under 15 Capricornia team and Holly Tucker and Shanice Short were selected as shadows.

This is an outstanding achievement for our girls and this is the largest number of students we have had selected in many years.

Congratulations and we wish them the best of luck at the Queensland Secondary Schools State Titles in April.

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