Molly was in great touch for selection

I CAN MAKE IT: Molly Gilmour races ahead with the ball for Parkview Public School. Photo: Contributed
I CAN MAKE IT: Molly Gilmour races ahead with the ball for Parkview Public School. Photo: Contributed

PARKVIEW Public School student Molly Gilmour has achieved a feat only one other has done. 

Molly is the second ever student to be selected in the Riverina girls touch team after a big performance recently. 

Molly, along with Madeline Irvin, Tatum Marks, Makayla Bradshaw and Kristen Bradshaw, all travelled to Griffith recently to represent the LNPSSA at the Riverina PSSA Girls Touch Football Championships.

On a top day for touch football, the girls acquitted themselves well, winning three of the five games played on the day.

From the competition rounds a possibles v probables match up was held.

Molly was not only successful in gaining selection for this part of the selection process, but became just the second ever Parkview student to be selected in a Riverina girls touch team.

Molly used her elite acceleration and good ball handling skills to stand out on the day.

She will now represent with her team mates at the NSWPSSA Girls Touch Football Championships to be contested in Wagga in August.

Parkview Public has congratulated Molly on her outstanding achievement and looks forward to hearing of her adventures with the Riverina team in the coming weeks as she progresses her skills.