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South Services Gunners growing gains

March 31st, 2021

They might be known as the Gunners, but South Services could also lay claim to being the doers of North Coast Football.
Player numbers for season 2021 are through the roof, much to the delight of club secretary and registrar Mel Martin.
“We’re looking really good – from the Under 6s right through to the Under 14s where we didn’t have a team last year,” Mel said of the junior based club.
The Gunners have been the beneficiaries of two big balls in play.
“COVID has looked like it has settled down, and with Grafton City pausing we’ve picked up a few of their younger guys,” Mel said.
Last year the Gunners Under 12s Hurricane outfit won the premiership – and there’s nothing but upbeat news on the horizon there for 2021.
“That whole team is backing up for the 13s and they’ll have the same coaches,” Mel said.
“It’s a good little side, so we’re happy to see them stay together.

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