12 nominees picked for Norske Skog Young Achiever of the Year Award

SPORT Albury-Wodonga has finalised its nominations for this year’s Norske Skog Young Achiever of the Year Award.

Joanna Garoni (softball), Chelsea Blissett (soccer), Campbell Chesser (athletics, AFL), Ethan Talbot (athletics), Gabby Sutcliffe (cricket), Joseph Burton (kayaking), Harry McKoy (circus), Riley Sutherland (indoor hockey), Alec Mills (soccer), Emalene Munro (clay target shooting), Macey Sutherland (indoor and outdoor hockey) and Summer Sutherland (indoor and outdoor hockey, athletics) made the final cut.

“It was a very difficult decision to select the 12 finalists,” chairman Rob McDonald said.

“Once again we have seen the Young Achiever finalists come from a diverse sporting background ranging from soccer, athletics, kayaking, circus, clay target shooting, AFL, softball through to hockey (indoor and outdoor) and more.”

The winner will be announced at Albury’s Commercial Club on February 20 with many former winners and nominees set to attend the 25th anniversary.

Each finalist will receive a package including a $200 cheque and towel from Norske Skog, a framed article from The Border Mail and a membership at The Border Sports and Fitness Centre.

 

Source – The Border Mail, 27.12.2019