Talented athlete squad introduced

BANORA Point High School held its annual sports awards assembly yesterday, where the talented athlete squad for 2010 was introduced.

The squad is made up of 10 boys and 10 girls across 13 different sports. As part of the program, each squad member must run a session for the rest of the squad based on their chosen sport.

The members will also enjoy sessions from local physios, nutritionists, surfing schools, coaches, Titans and Blaze members, surf life saving, lawn bowls, ten pin bowling, masseurs, and sports psychologists throughout the year.

The squad started in 2008.

Next year’s squad is considered to be the most competitive and talented squad the school has had so far.

It’s going to be a busy 2010, and would not be possible without support from Victor Paladin, from Victory Ford, and John Davis, from McDonald’s.

The talented athlete squad for 2010 is:

Justin Chadbourn (year 8 - touch), 
Brooke Coulter (year 7 - softball),
Chelsea Way (year 7 - touch),
Eagan Bathe (year 7 - swimming),
Cortin Thompson (year 8 - tennis),
Jackson Trine (year 8 - rugby league),
Michael Déclassé (year 9 - soccer),
Braden Lee (year 9 - festal),
Dean Roles (year 9 - rugby league),
Ryan Stalker (year 9 - AFL),
Hannah Wells (year 9 - netball),
Cameron Bit mead (year 10 - wakeboarding),
Laura Coulter (year 10 - softball),
Holly Provost (year 10 - equestrian),
Abbey Sheba (year 10 - touch),
Zach Spring (year 10 - rugby league),
Ellen Tracey (year 10 – basketball),
Lewis Waldron (year 10 - cricket),
Jess Jervis (year 11 - touch/rugby league) and
Dylan Mofette (year 11 - touch/netball).



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