2016 Sports Awards Evening

Redeemer’s annual Sports Awards Evening for 2016 was held on Wednesday 2 November. Congratulations to all co-curricular sport award recipients on the night, especially to our Sportswoman of the Year, Sportsman of the Year, and ‘Blue Spirit’ Award recipients!

We were also honoured to have Olympic Archer, Taylor Worth join us on the night to present awards, and for an in depth interview with our Sports Captains, Natasha Aslander and Liam Woodward.

Congratulations to the following students for their achievements throughout the year in the various sports. Their trophy was presented to them at the Sports Awards Presentation Evening which was held on Wednesday 2 November.

  • Parents and Friends Association Sportswoman of the Year: Claire Johnson
  • Parents and Friends Association Sportsman of the Year: Troy Olson-Johnson
  • Parents and Friends Association “Blue Spirit” Award for Service to Sport: Aimée Harper, Benjamin Myatt & Liam Woodward.

Co-curricular Sports Awards

  • The Donna Zernike Trophy for Girls’ Swimming: Kymbalee Gibbs
  • The Paice Trophy for Boys’ Swimming: Samuel Wendt
  • The B G ‘Sno’ Lindsay Memorial Trophy for Cricket: Peter Blakeley
  • Girls’ Tennis Award: Petra Stiller
  • The Mark Garton Trophy for Boys’ Volleyball: Nicholas Harper
  • The Kanowski Trophy for Girls’ Basketball: Hailey Ryan
  • The Bronwyn Taylor Trophy for Girls’ Cross Country: Not awarded in 2016
  • The Stumer Family Trophy for Boys’ Cross Country: Liam Woodward
  • Boys’ Tennis Award: Jack Peoples
  • The Rowley Trophy for Rugby 1st XV Best & Fairest: Not awarded in 2016
  • The Redeemer Trophy for Netball: Kacey Chalmers & Hailey Ryan
  • The Logan Trophy for Service to Hockey: Renee Treeby
  • The Hickey Trophy for Girls’ Athletics: Not awarded in 2016
  • The Klupp Perpetual Trophy for Boys’ Athletics: Liam Woodward
  • The Farlow Trophy for Boys’ Basketball: Not awarded in 2016
  • The Harris Perpetual Shield for Girls’ Touch: Jordyn O’Kearney
  • The Anderson Trophy for Best and Fairest Open A Soccer: Carter Lagana
  • The Tanya Reedman Shield for Girls’ Volleyball: Aimée Harper

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