Six basketballers from Echuca Basketball Association recently represented Victoria Country.GEORDIE COWAN February 11, 2014 12:00am
Representatives Mathew Lias, Olivia Taverna; Matthew Hore, Lachlan Chumbley, Gemma Osborne and Luke Rosendale.
Echuca Basketball Association celebrated having six players represent Victoria Country recently.
Mathew Lias, Luke Rosendale and Olivia Taverna played for the under 14 Goldminers at the Southern Cross Challenge in Melbourne, while Matthew Hore played for the Bushrangers.
Gemma Osborne and Lachy Chumbley represented the under 16 Goldminers at Australian Country Junior Basketball Cup in Albury-Wodonga.
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