Bathurst Panthers junior Freya Hodges will play two grand finals in as many days

Bathurst Panthers junior Freya Hodges will play two grand finals in as many days

"Yeah, I just went for it." Hodges also booted a conversion for the under 11s as they posted a 40-12 win and qualified for the grand final, but that's not where her successful weekend ended. On Sunday she was part of the under 13 Panthers league tag side that won its semi-final against St Pat's 22-6.

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