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Temora gets injection of experience as Farrer League netball returns | The Daily Advertiser



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TEMORA Kangaroos could be one of the big beneficiaries of last year’s Farrer League hiatus after welcoming back some much-needed experience for their 2021 netball campaign. After finishing third in 2019 before being knocked out of finals in straight sets, the Roos were set to field a very young team last year before COVID eventually forced the league to be cancelled. The break has allowed the team to boost their ranks with the return of former experienced players Emma McAuley, Chelsea Walker and Georgia Matthews. Meg Reinhold, who will be assisted by mother Angela and sister Abbey, is one of a number of new coaches in the league this year. She is confident they have the nucleus to enjoy a strong season, which…

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