Torns basketball import opens up about nervous wait for playing approval

Brian Allen
Updated May 1 2024 - 7:27pm, first published 4:00pm
Launceston Tornadoes' Keely Froling and American import Trinity Oliver at Elphin Sports Centre on Wednesday. Pictures by Paul Scambler
Launceston Tornadoes' Keely Froling and American import Trinity Oliver at Elphin Sports Centre on Wednesday. Pictures by Paul Scambler

Launceston Tornadoes are hoping their second import Lore Devos won't have the same nervous wait for playing approval as American import Trinity Oliver.

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Brian Allen

Brian Allen

Sports Journalist

Passionate about covering all sports from Ultimate Frisbee through to the latest footy and netball updates. Started at The Examiner in January 2022. Was part of the Warrnambool Standard's sports team which won the 2019 AFL Victoria Best Print/Online coverage for a daily newspaper. Got a story? Email: brian.allen@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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