Lake Cathie Public School take out Mid Coast Futsal Primary Schools Futsal Tournament

Off for goal: Bradee Maleneack heads for goal in the year 3/4 clash between St Joseph's Wauchope and Port Macquarie Adventist. Photo: supplied
Off for goal: Bradee Maleneack heads for goal in the year 3/4 clash between St Joseph's Wauchope and Port Macquarie Adventist. Photo: supplied

LAKE Cathie Public School showed everyone the improvement they have made in a short period of time with victory in both the year 3/4 and 5/6 divisions at the Mid Coast Futsal Primary Schools titles on September 19.

Their 3/4 team defeated Laurieton Public School 4-2 in the final before the 5/6 team backed up the school's success with a win over Westport Public School to cap off an undefeated tournament.

Mid Coast Futsal development officer Alison Fazzolari said they had "built" the tournament up over the last five years and now Lake Cathie had reaped the rewards.

On the run: A breakaway by Riley Bishop of Laurieton Public with plenty of support by Noah Colefax. Photo: supplied

On the run: A breakaway by Riley Bishop of Laurieton Public with plenty of support by Noah Colefax. Photo: supplied

"When we first started about five years or so ago they were the easybeats," she said.

"They really struggled, but have worked on it and now are one of the best schools."

While it was all about Lake Cathie in 2019, another Camden Haven school are the ones to watch in 12 months time.

"Laurieton Public are the ones to watch next year," Fazzolari said.

The tournament had over 18 teams who competed in four divisions including a home-schooled team with 39 games played on the day and many great efforts put in.

Games were hotly contested with good sportsmanship on display. For any players wishing to join local futsal call Alison on 0412 191923.

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