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Miss Junior Rugby League profiles: Miss Pine Central Holy Spirit
THE Miss Junior Rugby League Quest 2009 is fast approaching, and so now is a good time to introduce the young ladies who are taking part in the quest this year.
Applications closed on June 9, and the number of entrants this year is reflects the great involvement of women and girls in the game of rugby league.
Established in 1972, the quest is one way for young women involved with junior clubs to take centre stage and each year, the 45 Greater Brisbane Junior Rugby League clubs are invited to submit one 14 to 18-year-old entrant to represent them in the Quest, where the winning places — Encouragement Award, Runner-
Up, and Miss Junior Rugby League — will be announced.
This year, the Miss Junior Rugby League Quest Crowning Dinner will be held at Broncos Leagues Club on Saturday, July 18 from 6.30pm for a 7pm start. Pre-judging took place on Saturday, July 11 also at the Brisbane Broncos Leagues Club.
This year, the Quest has also welcomed aboard some new sponsors, with Angel Face Flowers, BH Wedding Essentials and Through The Looking Glass all offering up their products and services for the girls.
In the lead up to this year's Crowning Dinner, Stingers will be profiling each contestant.
Today, we have Thea Woolnough who is representing Pine Central Holy Spirit in the Quest this year.
Miss Junior Rugby League 2009 Profile: Pine Central Holy Spirit
Club: Pine Central Holy Spirit
Name: Thea Woolnough
School/Place of employment: Bray Park State High School
Favourite movie: Rocky Horror Picture Show
Favourite music: Musicals
Favourite sport: Softball
Hobbies: Hanging out with friends, reading
What do you see yourself doing in five years time? Primary school teacher
If you could invite five people to dinner, who would they be?
1. Taylor Lautner
2. Jon Heder
3. Kirsty Belling
4. Molly Shannon
5. Jonas Brothers