LIKE A GIRL: St Peter Claver’s Christianne Mahipus takes some stopping by her Ipswich High tacklers in the opening round of the CISSSA girls under 13 competition.
LIKE A GIRL: St Peter Claver’s Christianne Mahipus takes some stopping by her Ipswich High tacklers in the opening round of the CISSSA girls under 13 competition. Inga Williams

Girls showing them how it's done

BIG Hits, running like the wind, catching and passing, some flair, a fair bit of mud and sweat and a little pain.

All were on display last week in the opening round of the CISSSA (Combined Ipswich Secondary Schools Sporting Association) under 13 girls competition last week.

Round two of the girls competition is on today with Redbank Plains High, St Peter Claver College and Ipswich High teams playing against each other today.

In tomorrow's Tornadoes Cup (opens) clash Faith Lutheran College has had to forfeit against Redbank Plains due to injuries.

It leaves Bremer High to take on St Peter Claver College and Ipswich High A versus Ipswich High B.

Games are at Blue Gum Reserve, Karalee at 4pm.

 



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