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Toolooa State High School Annual Sports Awards Night

Toolooa State High School Annual Sports Awards Night
The Toolooa State High School Annual Sports Awards evening took place on Wednesday, 13th of November at the Grand Hotel. The event was a huge success, with over two hundred guests attending the night.
Ms Paap (Sports Coordinator) opened the proceedings, and hosted the evening with the assistance of key note speaker Tony Martin. Tony was able to provide inspirational words of encouragement and congratulations to Toolooa’s athletes.
In our show of support and recognition of sporting achievement, numerous pennants, certificates and trophies were presented to the deserving students who competed both in individual and team sports through the 2013 school year. The awards are far too numerous to mention, but it was a fantastic opportunity to showcase the sporting talent at Toolooa State High School. The highlight of these presentations was the crowning of the Junior and Senior Sportsperson of the year, and the team of the year. This year’s Junior Sportsperson of the year recipient was Laine Sunderland, with
Sam Smith taking out the Senior Sportsperson of the year award.
The Open Boys Volleyball Team which attend the Schools Cup Competition and were coached by Mr Elvery secured the Team of the Year Award.  This was awarded as a result of their performance whilst on tour.
Toolooa State high school would like to thank the following sponsors for their financial support. Their continued support of our youths sporting achievements is greatly appreciated:
Liz Cunningham
Rio Tinto Alcan
Caltex Boyne River
HUB Total Fitness
Boyne Smelters
Special Thanks to the following:
Toolooa State High Physical Education Staff
Toolooa SHS Coaches
Toolooa Administration Staff
Gladstone Trophies
Scott Mercer (Groundsman)
In closing, this event could not have happened had it not been for the Toolooa students. The hard work, determination, commitment and mateship that these athletes have developed will continue to pay dividends long after their high school sporting achievements are forgotten.