Rugby union, rugby league, basketball, cricket, netball: you name it and Inverell Public School students have been selected to play it for the New South Wales Primary School Sports Association.
Of their students, 11 have been chosen to represent the North West Zone at state level next week.
Nate Dennis, Alice Gleeson, Lateah Naylor, Michael Breen, Jack Partridge, Riley Alexander, Henry Balliager, Kelsie Simpson, Matilda Strahely, Taylah Hubner and Lincoln Sharpley have all been chosen in their respective sports - some doubling up - and are excited to represent their school and zone.
Riley Alexander is the only year 5 student chosen, and has been selected to play cricket and rugby union.
He is already excited not just to get out on the fields, but to meet new people and learn from the older kids.
"It's great, because you get to play at a high level, you're getting a challenge and you get to meet new people," he said. With his cricket idol Pat Cummins, Riley has his eyes set firmly on playing in the Sheffield Cup one day.
"Pat taught me that if you bowl a bad ball, just keep going, get on with it, and also to play fair," he said.
Michael and Henry, who are playing in both the league and union teams, each have a different favourite.
Michael loves league and Henry union, a bit of a family passion contributing to each.
"I'm definitely more of a league person," Michael said.
"I really love union. It's going to be great to have our own change rooms, our own physio, a manager - it'll be like going pro!" Henry added.
Alice, who is in the girl's Rugby Union team, got in on only her 9th game played, and was "shocked" in the best way when chosen.
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