Moranbah Miners Making A Mark

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Moranbah Miners Junior Rugby League’s U8 and U9 teams delivered outstanding performances at the Mini Mods program hosted by the North Queensland Cowboys. As a prelude to the Cowboys versus Knights game on April 22, these young athletes showcased their talents and created lasting memories at Queensland Country Bank Stadium.

In the Anzac round spirit, the U8’s faced the Herbert River Junior Crushers, while the U9’s took on Townsville Norths. With commendable sportsmanship, these aspiring players garnered attention and admiration from spectators.

The Cowboys Community Team’s Mini Mods program allowed the U8 and U9 teams to play on the same field as their NRL heroes, delighting both the participants and the large audience. Queensland Country Bank Stadium unveiled its exclusive areas to the young athletes, heightening their excitement.

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Guided by dedicated coaches and managers, the Moranbah Miners Junior Rugby League teams embarked on an unforgettable journey. The children’s eager faces radiated joy as they took the field, and their matches were displayed on the stadium’s big screen, adding to the electric atmosphere.

After the Cowboys versus Knights game, the U8 and U9 teams had a special experience. They met their rugby league idols, capturing treasured photographs and securing autographs. The children’s excitement was palpable, and their schoolmates had eagerly anticipated the event. On the day, their beaming smiles reflected the joy and fulfillment they experienced.

Proud parents witnessed their children’s memorable day, filled with delight and pride. Seeing their kids play alongside NRL heroes and participate in the Anzac ceremony brought immense joy. The unity among the young players and their families created a lasting impact within the Moranbah Miners Junior Rugby League community.

The Moranbah Miners U8 and U9 teams made a lasting impression at the Mini Mods program. Their outstanding performances captured the true essence of rugby league and highlighted a bright future for the sport.

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