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SCHOOL football players from coastal areas will travel to Armidale School on Wednesday to receive prestigious awards for the North Coast Independent Schools Sporting Association. Around 200 boys and girls from six schools will participate in Divisions Under 15 and Open, which will also test players for the NCIS team, to compete in the combined independent schools championships in Sydney in May. The girls under 15 division will be split into pools that come together for the finals, with a round robin format for the boys under 15 and both openings. SEE ALSO: Co-Curriculum Director Mr. Huon Barrett said hosting the NCIS soccer championships allowed TAS to contribute to the association’s sporting events, which are also held in Ballina, Lismore, Grafton and Coffs Harbor. “It offers our students both immediate and long-term benefits by providing a representative path to combined independent schools on our doorstep and giving them the opportunity to play quality football between schools provided they and many other school teams play in local competitions against club teams that include adults, “he said. The participating schools are: the Armidale School, the Bishop Druitt College in Coffs Harbor, the Tweed Heads of the Anglican High School in Lindisfarne, the Ballina of the Emmanuel Anglican College, the Anglican School in Grafton in Clarence Valley and the Living School in Lismore. Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:

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SCHOOL football players from coastal areas will travel to Armidale School on Wednesday to receive prestigious honors for the North Coast Independent Schools Sporting Association.

Around 200 boys and girls from six schools will participate in Divisions Under 15 and Open, which will also test players for the NCIS team, to compete in the combined independent schools championships in Sydney in May.

The girls under 15 division will be split into pools that come together for the finals, with a round robin format for the boys under 15 and both openings.

Co-curriculum director Huon Barrett said hosting the NCIS soccer championships allowed TAS to contribute to the association’s sporting events, which are also held in Ballina, Lismore, Grafton and Coffs Harbor.

“It offers our students both immediate and long-term benefits by providing a representative path to combined independent schools on our doorstep and giving them the opportunity to play quality football between schools provided they and many other school teams play in local competitions against club teams that include adults, “he said.

The participating schools are: the Armidale School, the Bishop Druitt College in Coffs Harbor, the Tweed Heads of the Anglican High School in Lindisfarne, the Ballina of the Emmanuel Anglican College, the Anglican School in Grafton in Clarence Valley and the Living School in Lismore.

Our journalists work hard to deliver local, breaking news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content: