New England Sports Awards Winners | L’Express Armidale

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The Armidale Sports Council hosted its annual New England Sports Awards on Thursday evening. Contribution to Sport Honors Tabitha Petersen for Services to Rugby League Margaret Carson for Services to Archery and Netball Graham Parsons for Services to Football and Track and Field Dan Alter for Services to Archery Junior bow – best home team: Armidale Junior Rams boys under 14 who finished group 19 rugby league as undefeated Junior Premiers – best regional team The Armidale Lions Under-14 boys basketball team 18, Junior Northern League Champions – Best Team in the State Guyra Central Schools Under-13 Boys’ Rugby League Team, 2019 State Small Schools Champions Junior Team of the Year: Hockey New England Under-18 Boys’ indoor hockey team, Division One champions. Team members: Nathan Czinner, Jake McCann, Kieran Wicks, Liam and Brad Smith, Rohan Lawrence, Sam Behrend, Brandon Potts and Hayden Shawyer The coach was Darby Chalmers Senior – best local team Bundarra Bears Group 19 second division rugby league Premiers 2019 Senior – best regional team Paul Bullen and Todd Fuller 2019 pair zone and district lawn bowling champions Senior – best state team The Armidale Rowing Club coxless masters rowing team is first in the Masters status titles in their Senior Age Division – Team of the Year The Armidale Bowling The club’s number three Pennants team. 2019 State Lawn Bowls Champion The players who won the number three state pennant were: Todd Fuller, Dale Smith, Glenn Graham, Paul Wadleigh. Steve Fuller, Lindsay McIntyre, Kevin Cundy, Gavin Latham. Paul Bullen, Peter Doyle, Terry McMillan, Kyle Brodbeck. Richard Kembrey Manager Rosie Fuller. Junior Sports Star – Local Logan Dalli for his exploits with the Armidale Junior Rams. Junior Sports Star – Cooper Smith Regional for Golf, won the Jack Newton Junior Merit Award, winning 6 out of 8 Junior Sports Star of the Year Finalists Nathan Czinner for hockey, represented NSW in hockey indoor and outdoor, selected for Australian schoolchildren team that toured Europe, selected for Australian under-18 indoor hockey team. Emily Wooster for mountain biking. Toured South Africa with an Australian development team, then selected for the Australian junior team and competed in Canada at the World Cup. Alexander Wain for track and field, won the 2000 meters cross country, as well as the 800 and 1500 meters, represented NSW at the national titles, where he came second in the 1500 meters, recently set two records in the 1500m and 800m for Polding. Hayley Wisemantel for equestrian sports, represented Australia in four events at the World Schools Rodeo in Rock Springs in the United States Ella-rose Carson for archery won three national titles and two silver medals, a also won various state titles in 2019 Amelia Mazzei for athletics, represented Australia at the Oceania Games and World Games, at the World Games won a silver medal and a bronze medal Tyler McCann for various sports Junior Sports Star of the Year Tyler McCann – Helped Armidale City win the first year men’s hockey title, represented NSW in indoor and outdoor hockey, represented the North Coast and Nova Scotia England in the Under-15 and Under-16 futsal, selected for Australia in futsal, helped North Armidale win the local Under-16 and Reserve football titles from Northern Inland Football, included in the 2019- P rogramme 20 Athletes Accelerator, selected to the Gol Brazil Australia futsal team to play at the Jiangmen International Futsal Cup in China in July-August 2020, and selected to the Australian 16 boys futsal team for the Italy Futsal Tour in April / May 2020. Katherine Hosking for Mountain Bikes, sports star of the year from 19 to 34 years old. She won the national Under-23 title, represented Australia in the Under-23 World Cup in Canada and received the 2019 UNE Sportswoman of the Year award. for 2019 Senior Sports Star – Paul Slade Regional for Motorcycles, cleaned up in 125 cc and 250 cc races in and around the Mid and North Coast in 2019 Senior Sports Star – finalists Gail Wilkes for Track and Field. Won five gold, five silver and one bronze at NSW Country Track and Field titles Tania Parker has represented Australia in indoor and outdoor hockey, including the Indoor World Cup in Hong Kong Brian Lockyer for Lawn Bowls, represented Australia at the World Cup Deaf Bowls. Nathan Smith for track and field, won NSW Masters Decathlon and Australian Masters Pentathlon Jay Stone for Athletics finished on the podium in NSW Country, NSW Australian, also won silver for World Masters Indoor titles in Poland Tammy Henshall for shooting, shot in numerous tournaments across the country, included in the Australian team McIntosh, and was selected to the Australian squad to shoot in England in January at the World Cup senior sports star of the year is Brian Lockyer for Lawn Bowls Brian won two world titles one in pairs one to four at the Deaf Lawn Bowls World Cup in New Zealand, and helped Australia win the all-team world cup .

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