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20 Pilbarians to carry Queen’s Baton

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Twenty Pilbara residents will get to carry the Queen’s baton ahead of the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast next year.

The baton relay will arrive in WA on February 22, where it will be carried from Albany to Perth and onto Karratha.

Sports and Recreation Minister Mick Murray said the community should come out to cheer on their local baton bearers.

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