Match Day 4 and Primary School Visit

The girls spent the morning engaging with local primary school kids at a local school to do some activities and also to present some girls for the kids, and also for Wanderers Australia to donate some equipment to the school for their continued use.

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It was indeed a rewarding experience and something we hope that will stay with the girls for many years to come.

Later in the afternoon it was then time for the toughest test of the tour so far against the impressive Queens College.

The girls played exceptionally well in all three teams..Here is the summary below from our coaches..

The Emu's had a strong performance today against Queen's College. They played with great team work and determination. The team has improved every game and showed great skill in a dominating win.

For our Kangaroos, it was another tough match under the fiery, hot Barbados sun. The opposition was of a higher calibre today, so the girls had to work harder. A more physical match brought about some hard knocks but nothing the girls couldn't handle. Well done Roo's on another well played win. 

The Koalas were down at the end of the first quarter. and learnt the value of team work, communication and effort. Using these things we were able to fight back and then push on through the final two quarters to come home with another solid win.