Young talents’ time

Footballers Joseph Nesci, 16, Kailen Walker, 17, and April Goldring, 17, with Sunraysia women’s coach Nathan Manuel (second right) at the Bendigo Pioneers TAC Cup 2018 season launch. Picture: Louise Donges

Footballers Joseph Nesci, 16, Kailen Walker, 17, and April Goldring, 17, with Sunraysia women’s coach Nathan Manuel (second right) at the Bendigo Pioneers TAC Cup 2018 season launch. Picture: Louise Donges

SUNRAYSIA’S brightest under 18 prospects hit the training track tonight in their first step towards becoming the next TAC Cup stars.

Pioneers representatives, including head coach Rick Coburn and talent manager Steve Sharp, launched the 2018 TAC Cup season preparations with an information session for Sunraysia invitees to the program in Mildura on Sunday.

A total of 32 players from Sunraysia – 16 under 18 boys, 11 under 16 boys and five girls – have been invited into the Pioneers development program, which provides a pathway to the elite statewide under 18 competition. 

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