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Sharks thrown in the deep end

Thursday, 2nd August, 2012

Eyre Peninsula Calypso Star Sharks (from back) Renae Dearman, Rhiannon Sevelj, Brooke Neindorf, Nicole Cameron, Nyrie Baillie, Emma Pedler (captain); (middle) coach Brett Channon, Briohny Cave, Giuliana Lukine, Lauren Siviour, Amesha Meyers, Leah Hunt, Racheal Richardson; (front) Chelsea Nisbet, Jess Webb, Shannon Sevelj, Lisa James, Eden Telfer and Kristy Cherini. Eyre Peninsula Calypso Star Sharks (from back) Renae Dearman, Rhiannon Sevelj, Brooke Neindorf, Nicole Cameron, Nyrie Baillie, Emma Pedler (captain); (middle) coach Brett Channon, Briohny Cave, Giuliana Lukine, Lauren Siviour, Amesha Meyers, Leah Hunt, Racheal Richardson; (front) Chelsea Nisbet, Jess Webb, Shannon Sevelj, Lisa James, Eden Telfer and Kristy Cherini.

By Emily Roberts

The Port Lincoln team challenging Broken Hill's combined female representative team have had less than two months to prepare for this weekend's big game.

The Eyre Peninsula Calypso Star Sharks have had just six weeks to train together as a team - and most of the girls haven't played a game of football.

Their coach, Brett Channon, said only one member of the team has played a game of football before getting together.

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