Laani Winkler-Harding in action for Trinity yesterday in the State knockout quarter-final.
Laani Winkler-Harding in action for Trinity yesterday in the State knockout quarter-final. Mireille Merlet-Shaw

It's a Trinity double act

GEORGIA Keen scored two goals to help Trinity Catholic College to a 3-1 win against St John Bosco of Engadine in the NSW Combined Catholic Colleges state soccer knockout quarter-finals at Crozier Field, Lismore, yesterday.

The Year 10 student has just been selected in the Australian open girls team after representing NSW at the national championships in Townsville last week.

"Georgia has just made the Australian side so she is a great one to have up front," coach Peter Szczotko said.

"We love playing at home because the team always lifts its game.

"Zoe Woodbry was strong at the back and that was one of the keys to our success."

Szczotko named midfielders Laani Winkler-Harding and Abbie Heffernan and goalkeeper Savannah Boller as Trinity's best players.

Earlier, Liam Giles scored two goals when the Trinity Year 7-10 boys team beatSt Patrick's Sutherland 2-1in their quarter-final.

Both teams will play semi-finals in Sydney later this month.

Trinity open girls are the defending NSW Combined Catholic Colleges champions.



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