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Holiday camp for up-and-coming stars

Tornadoes player Lize Howe with participant Saskia Henderson, 8, of Launceston. Photo: Mark JesserLAUNCESTON’S SEABL basketball team hoped a few mini-Tornadoes swept through Elphin Sports Centre yesterday.
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More than 30 youngsters aged 6 to 12 attended a summer holiday fun and skills clinic, which the club hopes may help unearth future players.

Torns players Liz Howe, of Launceston, and Devonport’s Emma Russell gave the kids plenty of guidance and said the clinic helped boost the club’s profile.

“It’s all about community involvement and getting the kids to enjoy basketball in a fun way,” Howe said. “We’ve had a great response from kids, who all seem to be enjoying it and we’re looking forward to the season under new coach Reece Potter.”

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