'Small town, big heart': Tathra renamed 'Eagleville' ahead of rugby league grand final

Jimmy Parker
Updated August 25 2023 - 4:35pm, first published 4:30pm
Owner of Salt Cafe Surf Tathra, Megan Whitford, and mother to two of the She Eagles players competing in the Group 16 grand final. Picture by James Parker
Owner of Salt Cafe Surf Tathra, Megan Whitford, and mother to two of the She Eagles players competing in the Group 16 grand final. Picture by James Parker

With two daughters, Shea and Aysha, in the Tathra She Eagles and her husband Dylan Kelly as coach for the past four years, Megan Whitford is "nervous as hell" for Sunday's grand final clash against the Bega Chicks.

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Jimmy Parker

Jimmy Parker

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I am a regional daily news journalist on the Far South Coast of NSW aiming to immortalise the stories of everyday people through narratives. Have you got a story? Contact me on 0437 166 441 or at james.parker@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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