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OZTAG PLAYERS FIGHTING FOR PRIDE, BRAGGING RIGHTS AND HIGHER SELECTION

OzTag fever has taken over Coffs Harbour with three and a half thousand players across 210 teams pulling on the boots in the Junior State Cup.

And there’s more than just the Championship Title on the line for players competing this year.

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About Britt Ramsey

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Britt Ramsey has been a journalist across print and broadcast media for several years. Now based at NBN News in Coffs Harbour, Britt has covered news and sport stories in the Nambucca Valley, Far North Queensland and the Gold Coast before settling back on the Mid North Coast. She attended Griffith University on the Gold Coast where she majored in Journalism and Photography.

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