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ITIKI was formed to connect young people & family’s back into the community using sport as a pathway tool to engage in education all-volunteer base

A GROUP of Glenroy volunteers is using sport to encourage disadvantaged teenagers to stay in school.

Itiki founder Mariella Teuira said the group used netball, cricket, football, touch rugby and other sports to engage young people, an idea that began with 30 members three months ago and has grown to benefit 120 youths, mostly aged 12 to 19.

Ms Teuira said one of the most important parts of the club was its emphasis on school attendance.

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