Amy Ioane and Casey Hayden continue to impress

Amy Ioane has continued to put in strong performances in her representative matches in Lithgow.

Amy Ioane has continued to put in strong performances in her representative matches in Lithgow.

Amy Ioane represented Lithgow District at the Lithgow Under-11s carnival at Lithgow last weekend.

The team reportedly played well and came third overall in a field that included teams from Goulburn and a handful of Sydney teams.

Amy continued to shine as she added to her goal tally for the season, and continued to gel with the rest of the squad.

The McDonalds Encouragement Award recipients were Jesse Box, Mia Halpin and Shelby Jamieson.

Their next carnival will be at Macarthur later in the season.

Casey Hayden also played in the Bathurst Diocescan Primary team last week, at the Polding carnival in Lithgow. 

He thoroughly enjoyed his first representative outing, and according to tournament organisers played very well and showed great determination and attitude.

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