BRIGHT GENERATION: James Hughes, pictured for South Grafton High, is part of a promising Lower Clarence Under-18s side. PHOTO: BILL NORTH
BRIGHT GENERATION: James Hughes, pictured for South Grafton High, is part of a promising Lower Clarence Under-18s side. PHOTO: BILL NORTH

Under 18s Magpies carry club’s hopes

LOCK the names Jacob Cameron-Clarke, Zac Clarke-Nagle, James Hughes and Daine Laurie into the memory bank.

They're just a selection of the Lower Clarence Magpies Under-18s side charging towards the NRRRL finals.

While First Grade endures a disappointing 2015, the future certainly looks bright. The Darrin Heron coached side has won its last two and faces an important clash with fifth-placed Byron Bay Red get the day underway at 12pm Sunday.

"Finally we're getting some numbers to training and games and feeling the wins," Hughes said.

"Ethan Kapeen is scoring a lot of tries, Merrick Rainbow passing good balls at hooker and Kyran Heron making good, wide runs."



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