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Deni High’s sporting stars

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February 06, 2018

Tom Bradley was awarded with the Best Junior Boy award.

Deniliquin High School’s sporting stars were recognised at the school’s 2017 presentation night.

Award recipients were as follows:

Sports Pennants for Riverina Representation: AFL – Harry Hillier; Athletics – Cameron Crockart, Rachel Crockart, Kyle Elphick, Emma McCallum, Charlotte Strong and Anna Young; Cross Country – Jaye Charlton, Rachel Crockart, Macie Free, Ella Harvey, Emma McCallum, Charlotte Strong and Sophie Strong; Swimming – John Bowie, Stephen Dalzell, Hayley Denny, Rhiannon Nicholls, Charlotte Strong and Sophie Strong; Tennis – Bree Collins and Eimar Gogarty.

Best Junior Girl – Charlotte Strong.

Best Junior Boy – Tomas Bradley.

Best Senior Girl – Jackie Thorpe.

Best Senior Boy – John Bowie.

Premier’s Sporting Medallion – Harry Hillier.

Pierre de Coubertin Award – Georgia Smith.

Swimming Age Champions: 12 Years – Ethan Simmons and Jaye Charlton; 13 Years – Tomas Bradley and Charlotte Strong; 14 Years – Luke Rodda and Sophie Strong; 15 Years – Billy Michael and Tessa Bulmer; 16 Years – John Bowie and Rylee Strong; 17 Years – Stephen Dalzell and Maddison Strong.

Athletics Age Champions: 12 Years – Ethan Simmons and Holly Amor; 13 Years – Tomas Bradley and Georgia McCulloch; 14 Years – Zach Noonan and Ella Harvey; 15 Years – Djaidha Miller and Mia Jenkins; 16 Years – Kyle Elphick and Rylee Strong; 17 Years – Benjamin Blenkiron and Georgia Smith.

Cross Country Age Champions: 12 Years – Ethan Simmons and Jaye Charlton; 13 Years – Tomas Bradley and Charlotte Strong; 14 Years – Zach Noonan and Rachel Crockart; 15 Years – Harry Hillier and Emma McCallum; 16 Years – Ryan MacDonald and Georgia Richards; 17 Years – Georgia Smith.

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