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Congratulations to Corey Bartle (M11.2) on being awarded a City of Joondalup Youth Award. The award recognises and reward young people in the City by encouraging them to commit to further studies. Students apply in Year 10, and are awarded $1,000 towards study costs across Year 11 and Year 12. Well done, Corey!
Congratulations to Skyla Tothill (W9.2) on a fantastic performance in the surf. After training in Margaret River, Skyla went on to compete in the State Surf Competition. She came 3rd in the State in the Under 16 Girls, and 4th in the State in Under 18 Girls, defeating many of the State's best along the way. The finals were held in huge surf and extremely testing conditions.
Congratulations to Elyssa Melville (M9.2) and Megan Bothma (W9.2), both from Whitfords Hockey Club, on their selection for the WA Performance Team for the U15 National Hockey Championships that are taking place in Narellan, NSW in April. Best of luck for the Championship, girls!
Chase Bunce (6.3) placed 1st at Little Athletics WA State Championships in Under 11 boys discus with a record setting throw of 34.87m. He also placed 6th in U11 boys Hurdles final with a PB of 10.67 seconds and 7th in shot put with a throw of 8.56m. Well done, Chase!
Madison Toovey (CH10.2) has been competing in the Australian Youth A ITU Triathlon Series for the 2018-2019 season. This consisted of three events in the eastern states: Runaway Bay, QLD , Black Mountain, Canberra and Devonport, Tasmania.The events were over a variety of different distances and formats.
Triathlon Australia announced on Facebook and Instagram the results at the weekend, with Madison coming in 2nd overall in the Youth A category. She will receive a trophy at the Triathlon Australia Awards Night in Queensland later in the year.
Rhianna Hepburn (CH10.1) also took part in the series and came 4th overall taking out the Australian Youth A Championship at Devonport.