The prestigious Australia Institute of Sport is offering a full scholarship and both Trish and Holly attend the Training Camp hoping to be the one picked.
Max finally reveals the truth about his love for Lucy after an old film is found in his house.
A chicken pox epidemic hits the town which very bad timing as the school dance is very close.
Holly desperately wants Nick to ask her to the dance, but is afraid he will at the same time because she doesn't want him knowing that she can't dance.
The New Zealand Under-16 National Squad have their eye on Holly, but is nervous since the Outlaws next match is up against Waka.
Scubi's hidden talent of singing is seen as an easy way to make money by Johnno.
Max's boat shed is set to be sold by the local council and the Outlaw team decide to help him keep it by getting people to sign a petition.
At the same time, they are trying to raise money by participating in the 40-Hour Famine.
Johnno and Ralph decide to earn some quick cash from babysitting, but it doesn't go as smoothly as they thought.
Still unable to admit her feelings for Nick, Holly's best-friend Sandy goes all out to impress him.
Emily organizes a trivia night fund-raiser, whilst Johnno and Ralph take on the babysitting job from hell. Meanwhile Sandy, Holly's best friend from New Zealand, makes a play for Nick after Holly declares she has no interest in him.
Holly and the outlaws are playing against the Californian Comets. But then something comes up which has then affected the game.
Johnno and Ralph are ready to get some US dollars, By selling 'Australian' things to them but do they have competion.
The annual hunt for Mr. Finnegan, a legendary fish, turns into a battle of the sexes following a chauvinistic remark from Johnno. But Emily refuses to take sides, preferring to try for the $2,000 first prize with her friend Monique.
When the Outlaws play the Waka, Alan orders Joel to dominate, resulting in the team's loss. Tired of his father's expectations, Joel confesses his part in the Woolich Gym fire, incurring everyone's disgust, except for Nick.
The revamped Outlaws head to New Zealand to play Holly's old team, the Waka. Whilst Holly is excited to see old friends, a jealous Nick clashes with Waka player Watene over Holly, but befriends him when he learns that she's his cousin.
The Outlaws' joy at being invited to the Pan Pacific Championships is short-lived when Peterson uses Max's absence to hijack the team. And like vultures, Rams players are ready to replace Outlaws who can't afford the trip.
As the Grand Final between the Outlaws and the Rams draws closer, tensions build and when Johnno's efforts to restore Ralph's self-confidence backfire, Ralph tells Max that it's best if he doesn't play.
A new coach arrives for the Outlaws, but Holly thinks that Max isn't up to being a successful coach for them.
During a game of Truth or Dare, Holly makes the huge blunder of daring Franco to kiss Jacinta. Will she ever be forgiven?
As the Outlaws nervously prepare to play against the Rams, Jacinta reveals a talent for shooting three-pointers and joins the team. During the match Alan, stunned by Jacinta's hitherto hidden skills, directs the Rams to play dirty.
With the first game of the season only a day away, the Outlaws are feeling excited. But on the big morning, Johnno is forced to finish an urgent job and Franco, whose father has hurt his back, is left to cope with the annual melon harvest.
Holly has gotten her own team together and they meet up for their first ever practice session.
Holly finds out that whatever the team is graded at during the first match they play - they will be stuck in until the end of season.
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