Student in State colours

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WA College of Agriculture - Denmark student Joshua Crook will represent WA at the Australian National Polocrosse Championships.
Camera IconWA College of Agriculture - Denmark student Joshua Crook will represent WA at the Australian National Polocrosse Championships.

Denmark’s Joshua Crook will don the black and gold for WA when he competes at the Australian National Polocrosse Championships next month.

Crook is currently a Year 12 student at WA College of Agriculture - Denmark and plays for the Kojonup Polo and Polocrosse Club.

He will travel with the under-21 team to Ballarat in Victoria after previously being selected to represent WA in 2018 in the under-16 team.

Crook has been riding since he was about two years old and has been playing polocrosse since he was eight.

Polocrosse, which originated in Australia, is commonly known as a family sport and is a big part of Crook’s family.

Crook played with his father Wayne and mother Pip last year in the open A-grade division at the State championships, while his sister also plays polocrosse.

The nationals run from March 30 to April 5 with all States and Territories involved.

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