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Amekia Rigney is making her mark in tennis

Goolagong-2013-346Amekia Rigney is 14 years of age and has played tennis for the past four years. She attends Unity College at Murray Bridge, South Australia and is in Year 8.

She attended two "Come & Try" Days at Murray Bridge and Adelaide with the Evonne Goolagong Foundation.

As a result of her performance, Amekia was selected to attend the South Australian State Development Camp and then attended...

 

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