Maryborough Masters Games competitor 90-year-old Ed Skelton, of Maryborough, in action in the 50m breaststroke.
Maryborough Masters Games competitor 90-year-old Ed Skelton, of Maryborough, in action in the 50m breaststroke. Valerie Horton

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IT MIGHT have been the school holidays, but it seems it wasn't kids who were having the most fun.

Hundreds of competitors proved that you're never too old to play sport by taking to sporting fields and pools across the Fraser Coast for the annual Maryborough Masters Games.

This year's event saw athletes compete in a variety of sports including soccer, athletics, bowls, croquet, swimming and eight ball.



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