Scots PGC College’s open soccer boys Din Aoki, Horatio Flynn, Jiwaka Maxtone Graham, Brodie Rafton and Jordan Erskine.
Scots PGC College’s open soccer boys Din Aoki, Horatio Flynn, Jiwaka Maxtone Graham, Brodie Rafton and Jordan Erskine. Linden Morris

Upcoming stars

FIT and fast school kids from all across the Southern Downs fought their hardest in yesterday's sweltering heat for a chance to represent their respective sports as part of the Border District school sports cohort.

Star players from schools across Allora, Stanthorpe, Inglewood and Goondiwindi all made the journey to Warwick for a chance to meet their sporting peers and join them in some friendly competition.

Representatives from rugby league, rugby union, hockey, netball, basketball, soccer and squash were chosen for under-15s and open boys' and girls' teams.

The successful athletes will now begin training as they prepare to battle for a spot on their respective Darling Downs teams.


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