This one is going straight to the pool room.
The success of Lithgow High School's girls hockey teams continues, with the recent Tom Kemp Shield win in Bathurst.
The gala day saw Lithgow go through the Division A competition undefeated, with wins over Parkes, Orange, Kelso and Bathurst.
Coach Shane Conroy said the hardest game of the tournament was against Parkes, which Lithgow won 2-1.
He praised the work of rookie goalkeeper Mollie Robinson, who saved a penalty stroke in that game, having never faced one before.
Mr Conroy said the team had gelled well for the one-off gala and praised the girls' work ethic.
"Tayla Deveigne led on the field and scored a couple of crucial goals," he said.
"Striker Kelsey White led by example."
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