Minor sports shack up together

By Jon Tuxworth
Updated April 10 2014 - 11:13pm, first published 8:00pm
New sports facility in Tuggeranong. Corena Sheridan of Chisholm representing ACT Boccia, Brideen Allen of Monash representing badminton, Wen Ung representing table tennis, Tom Makin, 16 of Kambah representing fencing, Jacob Briggs, 17 of Torrens representing Woden Valley Gymnastics, Zoe Law, 26 of Isabella Plains representing floorball and Jamie Coleman representing archery. Photo: Katherine Griffiths
New sports facility in Tuggeranong. Corena Sheridan of Chisholm representing ACT Boccia, Brideen Allen of Monash representing badminton, Wen Ung representing table tennis, Tom Makin, 16 of Kambah representing fencing, Jacob Briggs, 17 of Torrens representing Woden Valley Gymnastics, Zoe Law, 26 of Isabella Plains representing floorball and Jamie Coleman representing archery. Photo: Katherine Griffiths

They're minority sports sick of being kicked around - so now they've built their own home.

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