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Chloe Taylor has been selected for the Inaugural NAIDOC Cup Female side

June 21st, 2022

Chloe Taylor from South Services Gunners FC is excited about being selected in the inaugural NAIDOC Cup female team and is looking forward to a new soccer experience, meeting new people, and learning new skills.

Chloe who is affectionately called Clover by her family is proud to be representing her culture and also being the only girl selected in the Clarence Valley.

In 2019 Chloe was part of the girls PSSA Soccer team for South Grafton Public School who came 3rd against the NSW teams.

Chloe was part of the 2020 Gunners U12 Hurricanes which were the Premiers & 2021 as U13’s team were Minor Premiers.

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree with Chloe’s mum Raylene being part of the 2017 Majos team coming away with Minor and Major Premiers only losing one game all season.

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