TOP EFFORT: Clarence players in the NSW team, from left: Nicolas Greenland Maclean, Moana Grey (also NSW team captain) Big River Squash, and Kelly, Laura and Sarah Moloney of Coutts Crossing. Photo: Contributed
TOP EFFORT: Clarence players in the NSW team, from left: Nicolas Greenland Maclean, Moana Grey (also NSW team captain) Big River Squash, and Kelly, Laura and Sarah Moloney of Coutts Crossing. Photo: Contributed Contributed

Valley squash players help steer NSW to silver at nationals

FIVE Clarence Valley squash players have helped the NSW team into second place in the national junior titles.

The NSW junior squash team came second at the Australian junior tournament in Canberra.

The NSW team did very well to win four and lose two matches on its way to a second spot in the Australian Junior Squash Championships which have just ended in Canberra.

Queensland has won the last 10 and again took the title.

But NSW took home some silverware with Moana Grey winning the prestigious MC Hazel award.

This award is voted on by players and referees of the tournament based on fairness and sportsmanship.

Laura Moloney also won NSW team's MVP award.



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