Senior Sports Star of the Year for 2019

Corey Anderson



Corey Anderson

Para Athletics

Runner Up: Brandon Spain (Muay Thai)
(Sponsored by Clive Berghofer Land Sales)

Senior Rising Star: Justyn Rogers (Athletics)
(Sponsored by Clive Berghofer Land Sales)

Senior Chase Your Dreams: Conor McLoughlin (Athletics)
(Sponsored by The City Golf Club - the Braydon Smith Memorial Trophy)

Para Athlete of the Year: Corey Anderson (Athletics)
(Sponsored by K & R Plumbing Supplies - the Nev Reedy Memorial Trophy)

Coach of the Year: Leon Spain (Muay Thai)
(Sponsored by Sports Darling Downs - the Pat O'Shea Memorial Trophy)

Volunteer of the Year: Kent Reimers (Cricket)
(Sponsored by John (Cracker) McDonald)

Umpire/Referee of the Year: Aleisha Neumann (Hockey)
(Sponsored by WIN Television)

Team of the Year: SWQ Thunder Under 13 NPL Football Team
(Sponsored by F K Gardner & Sons - the John Fox Memorial Trophy)


Brandon Spain

Muay Thai


Senior Monthly Award Winners for 2019


Andrew Scheuerle
Sprintcar Racing
Nathan Appleton
8 Ball / Blackball
Brielle Erbacher

Having qualified in the front row for the 40 lap championship feature race, Andrew etched his name in the record books with a victorious win at the Australian Sprintcar Championship in front of a boisterous crowd at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway.
From his performance at the Australian Blackball Championships held in Melbourne, Nathan has been selected to represent Australia at the World Championships to be held in Cyprus in November.
Brielle competed at the Queensland Athletics Championships where she won gold in the Open Women’s 3000m Steeplechase and silver in the Open Women’s 1500m. She will now head to Sydney to compete at the National Championships in April.

Corey Anderson
Para Athletics
Justyn Rogers
Brandon Spain
Muay Thai

At the Australian Athletics championships, Corey won the gold medal in the Junior Under 20s Ambulant Para with a world record throw of 54.27m, silver in the Discus and Bronze in the shotput. In the Open Men’s Ambulant Para he won the gold medal in the Javelin with a world record throw of 55.14m and bronze in the Discus.
Justyn won the silver medal in the Under 20 Long Jump at the Australian Athletics Championships. This performance qualified him to represent Australia at the Oceania Championships.
In June, Brandon won the Professional ISKA Australian Super Lightweight Muay Thai Title. To win this championship he fought a competitor ten years his senior in a 5 round battle. To date Brandon has won State, Australian, International and World Titles and is proud to hold his 7th title belt under the age of 20.

Lytana King-Togia
Rugby Union
Conor McLoughlin
Aleisha Neumann

In 2019, Lytana was a member of the Darling Downs Open Rugby Union Team, the Queensland Schools Open Rugby team and the Australian Barbarians Open School Rugby Team.
Conor has competed at the Queensland Athletics Championships and the Queensland Track Classic, and placed 3rd in the Men’s Open Discus at both events. At the Australian Athletics Championships, Conor placed 4th in the Open Men’s Discus.
Aleisha has been selected in the Queensland Women’s Hockey Team the Brisbane Blaze to compete in the Inaugural Hockey One Tournament being held during the period September to November. Aleisha has been appointed as the Australian Hockey Umpire to officiate at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Lyle Teske
Indoor Cricket
Hayden Siebuhr
Wheelchair Basketball
Cameron Shields
Motor Sport

In the sport of Indoor Cricket, Lyle Teske is widely recognised as a champion of the sport. In 2019, Lyle continued his success with leading the Queensland Open Men’s Indoor Cricket team to a National Title. Following the win at the National Championships, Lyle was selected as Captain of the Australian Open Men’s Indoor Cricket Team. Lyle toured New Zealand as captain of the Australian Team and he once again led them to victory in the Trans Tasman Series.
Hayden continued his rise to the top in Wheelchair Basketball with a successful year in 2019. Following surgery on his spine in January, Hayden continued his involvement with the Australian Under 23 Spinners Team. At the Sunshine Coast Open Tournament, the Australian Under 23 Spinners Team finished with a Bronze Medal and Hayden was presented with the Premier Grade 5 Star Award. Hayden was selected in the AIS Aussie Roller Squad which competed in the World Cup in Japan. Hayden also competed at the 16th International Champions Cup for the Australian Spinners Under 23 team playing against Japan, Germany and Canada.
In 2019, Cameron raced in the USA with the elite Newman Wachs Racing team, driving in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship. Cameron's highlight for 2019 was his first recorded win, at Lucas Oil Raceway in May - impressing the locals and his fellow competitors with his skills on the oval track. Cameron continued his momentum with a podium finish at the Road America facility in late June during rounds six and seven.