NAIDOC Week celebrations continued at Dixie Park on Wednesday when rugby league took centre stage.
About 25 players young and old took to the fields to contest the annual Naidoc Trophy after previous sports codes such as basketball and touch football had been played in previous years.
NRL game development officers put players through their paces by having kicking duals and running races before they played a game of non-contact rugby league.
Jackson Watts proved too good in the older running race before he showcased his skills on the field with a Steeden in his hands.
The main aim of the day was to get people outside and enjoying a sport they may not have tried before.
NAIDOC week wraps up this weekend with Port Macquarie Pirates set to play Kempsey Cannonballs at Stuart Park on Saturday in a specially designed indigenous jersey.
All of their grades will play in it with reserve grade to play in last years jersey.
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