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Rubies are world beaters

rubies doing_the_kangaBy National Indigenous Times reporter Geoff Bagnall

An Indigenous junior women's hockey team, the North Queensland Rubies, have taken on and beaten some of the toughest teams in some of the biggest sports in the world and won through to the final five to compete for a prestigious international sports award.

 

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