Lismore hosts tennis, touch, netball



THE North Coast Sports Association (NCSA) has a busy day planned in Lismore tomorrow.

Regional tennis, touch and netball championships involve about 500 students attending independent schools from Tweed Heads to Coffs Harbour.

More than 100 will contest the tennis in six divisions, with matches planned at Lismore and East Lismore.

Summerland Christian College sports co-ordinator and NCSA touch convenor Michael Capilli predicts a very high standard in every division.

The touch championships are in their ninth year. Twenty-one teams will be playing touch at Hepburn Park, contesting the open boys and girls and Under-16 boys and girls.

The netball championships have drawn 12 teams in Under-16 and open girls' categories.

Games start at 9am in all three competitions and parents and spectators are welcome.



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