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GALLERY: Junior footballers gather for annual carnival

Stanthorpe Rangers v Warwick Wolves under-11s at the Stanthorpe junior football carnival on Sunday, June 18
Stanthorpe Rangers v Warwick Wolves under-11s at the Stanthorpe junior football carnival on Sunday, June 18 Liana Turner

YOUNG footballers from as far away as Toowoomba and Glen Innes descended on Stanthorpe for the junior football carnival on Sunday.

More than 1000 people gathered at the McGlew St sporting fields as 420 players from 48 teams took part in the day.

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