Sports Academy Awards

On 17 October, we celebrated our Sports Academy students’ achievements.

This year our Sports Academy and Rugby League Academy students have achieved some remarkable successes, both at a team level and personal level. 

Congratulations to all Academy students who continually aspire to achieve, respect themselves and others, and strengthen our community! 

The College community congratulates the following award winners for 2018: 

Rugby League Academy

Most Committed Junior – Tarquin Damons

Most Committed Senior – Poasa Telepe

Most Improved Junior – Parnell Aue

Most Improved Senior – Simon Ahomana

Soccer Development Program

Most Improved Junior – Daniel Yol

Most Committed Junior – Omeed Hajizada

Most Improved Senior – Dougie Belayneh

Athlete Development Program

Most Committed Junior – Dylan Bartos

Most Improved Junior – Dang Minh Ngo

Most Committed Senior – Khoa Tran

Netball Development Program

Most Committed Senior – Amazon Tuatara

Outstanding Community Engagement – Kennedy Scicluna

Sports Leadership

Outstanding Sports Leader Junior – Tyla Rodrigues

Outstanding Sports Leader Senior – Payton Ozols

A big congratulations also to the following students who were selected to represent Victoria in their chosen sport this year:

Rugby League – Simon Ahomana U18, Filo Seigafo U18, Jermaine Tui U18, Noah Natapu U16, Freedym Matamaki U16, Poasa Telepe U16, Xrysian Pakoti U15 Girls, Sitiveni Eli U14. 

Rugby Union – Haloti Fonua U18, Neisha Collier U18 Girls, Challis Collier U18 Girls, Rebecca Dominic U18 Girls, Sarah Epa U18 Girls, Simon Fautauaali U15, Samipeni Otukolo U14. 

AFL – Payton Ozols (Western Jets)

Touch – Payton Ozols U18 Girls

And lastly a massive thank you to our wonderful Academy staff for supporting our students and organising all the competition events throughout the year.