Soldiers Club backs the 2017 Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge

PARTNERSHIP: Louise Seaman, co-convener of the 2017 Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge, with Mick Donnelly, President of the Goulburn Soldiers Club, celebrating the Soldiers Club sponsorship. Photo: supplied.

PARTNERSHIP: Louise Seaman, co-convener of the 2017 Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge, with Mick Donnelly, President of the Goulburn Soldiers Club, celebrating the Soldiers Club sponsorship. Photo: supplied.

The Goulburn Soldiers Club will be a major sponsor for the 2017 Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge. 

Co-convenor of the basketball challenge and SS Peter and Paul’s primary school teacher Louise Seaman along with Lisa Broadbent of St Joseph’s primary school described the basketball challenge sponsorship as an “exciting arrangement”  for the expected big weekend. 

Teams will from cities Albury, West Wyalong, Young, Narrandera, Lane Cove, Mossman, Panania, Leeton, Temora, Shellharbour, Nowra and Queanbeyan will travel to Goulburn for the championships. 

Students in year three to six will be able to participate in the competition. 

“We are expecting 3500 visitors to Goulburn with 120 primary school teams attending,” Seaman said. 

“We were very grateful for the Soldiers Club to come on board. It gives the students an opportunity to meet students from different schools and dioceses and build that Catholic school spirit.”

Broadbent added that it was pleasing to see both SS Peter and Paul primary school and St Joseph’s primary school come together for this project and ensure its smooth success.

“We want to make sure all of the visitors have a warm and welcoming stay in Goulburn”.

General Manager of the Goulburn Soldiers Club Toni Mitchell said the Soldiers Club supported the basketball challenge in the past and is happy that this will continue for the championships in November. 

"As an active supporter of the local community, we understand that these types of events require a lot of support from volunteers and the community,” Mitchell said. 

“The Club is happy to be able to play its part in making the 2017 Catholic Primary Schools Basketball Challenge a success.”

SS Peter and Paul’s primary school hosted the championships in 2012. The co-hosted games will run over November 18 and 19. 

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