Makos take bigger bite for sporting success

An expansion of the grandstand on the main field at Marsden State High School is a boost for Makos fans this season.
The grandstand is named after the school’s best-known alumnus, former Australia, Queensland and Melbourne Storm captain Cameron Smith, who retired last year after a career that featured a record 433 NRL games.
Smith returned to his hometown  \late last year when he was guest speaker at the 2021 City of Logan Sports Awards and is scheduled to be involved in the opening of the new grandstand.
Deputy Mayor Jon Raven supported the expansion of the Makos grandstand with $100,000 of divisional funding over 2 years.
‘The Marsden Makos are a powerhouse in school sport and the upgrade to the grandstand will allow more fans to cheer them on to new triumphs,’ Cr Raven says.
Marsden SHS Executive Principal Andrew Peach thanked Cr Raven for supporting the grandstand upgrade project.
‘This is a wonderful investment for the future of our school sports program and our local community,’ he says.

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