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RUGBY CAMP WRAPS UP IN TAMWORTH

Up-and-coming rugby stars have spent the first part of their school holidays learning from some the best.

This morning, the first ever Scripture Union rugby camp wrapped up in Tamworth – with players travelling from as far as Scone, the Central Coast and Newcastle to take part.

The group was put through their paces by a number of representative and first grade players.

Including Tongan native Ofa Fainga’anuku and Sydney players Ed Craig and Tim Williams.

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