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Coolum reaches rugby league finals

Coolum High’s Jakson Shearer thanks Coolum Beach Bowls Club board chairman Ray McKenzie for the club’s support of the school’s rugby league team.
Coolum High’s Jakson Shearer thanks Coolum Beach Bowls Club board chairman Ray McKenzie for the club’s support of the school’s rugby league team.

The Coolum State High School Year 10 rugby league team reached the final of the Sunshine Coast Schoolboys Dolphin Cup, only to go down to a very determined Nambour High team.

To get to the final, the Coolum boys defeated Sunshine Beach, Maroochydore and Beerwah State High teams.

This year the Coolum school initiated a health and physical education and rugby league class, which allows students to develop skills and participate in district and regional inter-school competition.

The program enables students to receive a well-rounded education while pursuing an area of interest.

The Year 10 team was well supported by the Coolum Beach Bowls Club, which generously provided transport for away games, and team jerseys and shorts.


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