Grammar gals spell success

THE GIRLS Grammar School Rockhampton is fast becoming a breeding ground for future sporting champions.

Some of the school's high sporting achievers have this month arrived on the state and national scenes.

Tennis star Jessica Perry-Egerton, who is this week representing Queensland at the Australian Secondary Schools Championships in Melbourne, is leading the sporting success.

Perry-Egerton has been invited into the QAS (Queensland Academy of Sport) tennis program.

From the tennis court to the soccer field, Rebecca Nobbs has been selected for the Capricornia under19 girl's soccer team to contest the Queensland Secondary Schools Open Championships.

Touch football player Joyrah Sebasio is also making her mark at Capricornia level and will represent the region at the Queensland 15 Years Secondary Schools Championships.

Rising basketball talent Morgan Munson has recently shot to stardom for Rockhampton at the State Classics in Brisbane.

In the water, Miranda Bell, 13, has taken on the best in both the state surf lifesaving and swimming titles while 11-year-old Storm Gribble also competed at last month's state swimming titles.



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