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Team plans to master world games

Representing Nudgee College Masters Swimming Club at the World Masters Games are (front from left) Julie Davis of Taigum and Beth Delbridge of Wavell Heights with (back from left) Kathy Dawney of Brighton and Fiona Saunders of Clayfield. Photo: contributed
Representing Nudgee College Masters Swimming Club at the World Masters Games are (front from left) Julie Davis of Taigum and Beth Delbridge of Wavell Heights with (back from left) Kathy Dawney of Brighton and Fiona Saunders of Clayfield. Photo: contributed

FOUR members of Nudgee College Masters Swimming Club will compete at the World Masters Games in New Zealand from April 21-30.

The competitors - Julie Davis of Taigum, Kathy Dawney of Brighton, Beth Delbridge of Wavell Heights, Fiona Saunders of Clayfield - will swim, play softball and weightlift over the 10 days.

They will be accompanied by managers Betty O'Brien and Irene Brown, both from Zillmere.

Betty O'Brien and Irene Brown, both from Zillmere, will manage the Nudgee College Masters Swimming Club representatives at the World Masters Games in New Zealand. Photo: contributed
Betty O'Brien and Irene Brown, both from Zillmere, will manage the Nudgee College Masters Swimming Club representatives at the World Masters Games in New Zealand. Photo: contributed

The Auckland games will feature 28 sports and 45 disciplines over the 10 days and will attract 25,000 participants from 100 countries.

Ms Davis said, "The World Masters Games is for everyone, whether you play to stay fit, play to have fun or play to win.

"The team is looking forward to enjoying the challenge which the games provide.”

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