Batting for Anzac tour

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Thirteen year old, Marcus Towill (Representing the MTCA X1) and his sister, 11 year old Chelsea Towill both of Jervois (Representing the RSL X1) going into bat during the Murray Bridge RSL ANZAC Sport Carnival’s junior cricket challenge – held this morning at the Wanderers Cricket Club, Murray Bridge Showgrounds, Sunday April 23, 2017.

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Australia continues to commemorate the Centenary of Anzac, marking 100 years since our nation’s involvement in the First World War.

During this period, braches of the RSL throughout the country have commemorated numerous events where Australian servicemen and women served.

The Centenary of Anzac, especially on ANZAC Day, is a time when our experiences of war and conflict during the First World War and over the last one hundred years receives our attention and analysis.

It is also a time for Australians to contemplate the legacy of those who have gone before them over the last century, and those who never returned to their families and friends.

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Lest We Forget – have a wonderful ANZAC Day.

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