Sports and Recreation Awards Night 2022

In December 2022, the Annual Sports and Recreation Awards Night was held at the Novotel, Wollongong. We celebrated with over 250 participants, parents, carers, and sponsors in our black-tie themed gala. The evening was a wonderful recognition of the success of our participants and the positive community engagement established through the programs.

We are so proud of all of their achievements, including Zhayne Gurtala’s 600-hour-club, an award presented for the first time at this event! We also celebrated Tony Hammond’s 20-year anniversary with the Sports and Recreation programs.

The 2022 Awards Night was supported through funds raised at the Ray White Golf Day, which allowed all participants to attend free of charge. Trophies were awarded to recipients, and everyone enjoyed a boogie at the end of the night with the DJ on the decks.

All winners are listed below:

BaiMed Jammers Basketball Award: Miles Lambkin
BaiMed Jammers Basketball Award: Pryce Lambkin
BaiMed Jammers Basketball Award: Jefri Pundavela
Altogether Drama Award: Jessica Szulerowski
Junior Drama Award: William Clarke
The Star Dancers Award: Ashleigh Fiorio
Music Makers Award: Tiana Fina
White Knights F.C Award: Bryce Howells
Junior FSC White Knights Award: Anderson McHenry
Art & Craft Award: Breanna Vangarden
Gym Award: Kristy Salvador
Tennis Award: Charlotte Reay
Score Dragons: Scott Bell
Swim 4 Fun Award: Gina Galaxidis
Fitness 4 All Award: Zhayne Gurtala
Sunday Funday/FIF Award: Tyson Murray
Swimming Program Award: Ethan Cable
Bowling Award: Nicholas Bickel
BlueScope/WIN News Sports Ready Award: Dominic Driscoll
BlueScope/WIN News Sports Ready Award: Charlotte Morley
BlueScope/WIN News Sports Ready Award: Amity Dwyer
BlueScope/WIN News Sports Ready Award: Alex McBride
Most Improved: Bailey McGee
Most Respectful: Timothy McGovern
Most Helpful: Michael Borg
Most Helpful: James Phipps
Outstanding Team Work: Sean McKay
Male Camper of the Year U18: Kai Starling
Male Camper of the Year O18: Joshua Iacovelli
Female Camper of the Year U18: Emily Green
Female Camper of the Year O18: Natasha Gregoratto
Most Valuable Participant: Grace Collins
Most Dedicated Participant: Zhayne Gurtala
Volunteer of the Year: Hannah Collins
Volunteer of the Year: Libby-May Priest

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