Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Will 16-year-old triathlete Tara Everson one day stand on the Olympic Dais? Will 16-year-old Anika Learoyd play for the Australian Women’s Cricket team? And will 16-year-old Emanuel Sutton play for the Kangaroos while 12-year-old Samuel Moriz becomes an international Squash player? And will we see 15-year-old Casey Wynne run onto the MCG ahead of a…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Will 15-year-old Woolgoolga teenager Lachlan Rook be the next James Magnussen, and will Sandy Beach teenager Chloe Piper one day represent Australia in the Track and Field? And perhaps 12-year-old Breah Fischer of Sapphire Beach will play for the Hockeyroos and 16-year-old Zoe Campbell go on to find international fame as a pony rider. Only…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today presented five local teenagers with Young Sporting Champions Awards and a $500 chequre at a special morning tea held in their honour. “Keaton, Jesse, Mackenna, Meg and Kalani have all excelled themselves representing the Clarence Valley on the national and state stage,” he said. The Local Sporting Champions…

Recognising our Local Sporting Champions

Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today announced three Young Sporting Championship Awards to some of the Northern Beaches most promising sporting stars of the future at a special afternoon tea held in their honour. Will Safety Beach’s Madeleine McTernan be the next Leisel Jones and Coramba’s Tara Everson the next Cate Campbell? And will…