Student in State colours
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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