LEETON Public School has shown it continues to be a breeding ground for up and coming sporting superstars.
It's been a big year on several sporting fields and courts, including for students Taj Lepper, Vula Wate, Jye Thompson, Jacob Buchanan, Caydan Hillier, Ethan McDonald and Chloe Curtis.
The group have all been selected to represent with the Riverina at various state competitions for Aussie Rules, rugby league and basketball.
Some have even represented with Riverina more than once at these events, including Vula.
He represented in two different age groups for rugby league and said he loved every minute.
"I just like playing with my friends and getting to make new friends," Vula said.
All of the boys representing on the rugby league field said the competition was tough at the state level and they would like to improve and represent with the Riverina sides again next year.
For Chloe, her talent found her on the basketball court at the recent NSWPSSA Girls Basketball Championships where she not only performed well but got to meet superstar Lauren Jackson.
Taj Lepper is also continuing to find success on the Aussie Rules field and hopes to continue doing so as he chases his dream of playing professionally one day.
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