Senior Sports Star of the Year for 2021

Corey Anderson



Corey Anderson

Para Athletics

Runner Up: Jake Rynne (Lawn Bowls)
(Sponsored by Clive Berghofer Land Sales)

Senior Rising Star: Declan Trezise (Cycling)
(Sponsored by Clive Berghofer Land Sales)

Senior Chase Your Dreams: Jai Gordon (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: Greg Hobl (Weightlifting)
(Sponsored by Neil Mansell Group - the Pat O'Shea Memorial Trophy)

Volunteer of the Year: Bowen Stuart (Weightlifting)
(Sponsored by Platinum Health Group)

Umpire/Referee of the Year: Aleisha Neumann (Hockey)
(Sponsored by Semloh Support Services)

Team of the Year: Darling Downs Under 12 Boys Hockey Team
(Sponsored by Neil Mansell Group)


Jake Rynne

Lawn Bowls


Senior Monthly Award Winners for 2021


Jake Rynne
Lawn Bowls
Declan Trezise
Shenae Ciesiolka
Rugby League

Jake is the No. 1 ranked Under 18 Junior Lawn Bowls player in Queensland, the Bowls Qld Junior Triple Gold Medallist, and is ranked the number 2 Junior Lawn Bowls player in Australia. His selection in the Australian emerging Jackaroos squad is richly deserved and much warranted.
At the Under 19 Track National Championships held in Brisbane Declan won the gold medal in five events and silver in one and is now the Australian Champion in the Under 19 Team Pursuit, Scratch Race, Madison, Points Race & Omnium.
Shenae was offered, and has accepted, a National Rugby League Women’s Contract with the Brisbane Broncos. She was also selected in the Queensland Rugby League Maroons team which claimed the NRLW Premiership against NSW.

Brielle Erbacher
Jai Gordon
Lincoln Walk

So far this year Brielle has come 1st in the 3000m at the Denise Boyd Shield, 2nd in the 3000m & 3rd in the 1500m at the Queensland Open Women’s Championships and 2nd in the 3000m Steeple at the Queensland Track Classic Open Women’s. She was asked by Athletics Australia to nominate for the Tokyo Olympics.
Jai won the silver medal in the Under 20, 100m at the Queensland Athletics Championships and also at the Australian Athletics Championships. He was a member of the Queensland Under 20, 4 x 100m relay team who won the gold medal at the Australian Athletics Championships. He has set a new PB in the 100m of 10.59 secs.
So far from his performance in 2021 Lincoln has been selected in the Queensland Open Men’s Softball Squad, the Queensland Under 23 Squad and the Australian Under 23 Men’s Squad.

Corey Anderson
Para Athletics
Mason Hughes
Jada Ferguson
Touch & Rugby League

At the Tokyo Paralympics Corey came 4th in the Men’s Javelin Throw F38 Classification with a season’s best throw of 54.48m.
At the Australian Junior Athletics Championships Mason won the gold medal in the Under 20 Men’s Shot Put (PB) and the silver in the Discus. At the Queensland Junior Athletics Championships he won gold in the Under 20 Discus and Shot Put.
Jada was selected as a member of the Queensland State of Origin Touch Football Under 20 Women’s team and in the Australian Youth Women’s Touch Football Squad. She was also a member of the Queensland Under 20 Women’s State of Origin team and Queensland Under 19 Women’s Rugby League team and has been selected in the NRLW Broncos Open Squad.

Cameron Stein
Ten Pin Bowling
Ava Black
Tatum Stewart

At the Australian Ten Pin Bowling Open Championships, Cameron won the bronze medal, competing for Western Australia, as their team was depleted due to Covid. This qualified him for the Elite Masters Open Championships where he averaged 240.9 to be top qualifier for the final. He won the final and became the 2nd youngest champion of the event in its 58 year history. Cameron finished 2021 as the Number 2 ranked Youth Bowler of the Year and ranked 3rd on the Open Men’s rankings.
Ava was selected as a member of the Queensland Open Women’s Championship Netball Team and also the Queensland Under 19 Squad for 2022. She has also been selected in the Australian Women Under 19 Netball Squad.
Tatum was a member of the Queensland Under 21 Women’s Hockey team and the QAS High Performance Women’s Hockey Squad. She also attended the AIS as part of the Jillaroos Under 21 Squad and has been selected in the Commonwealth Games ‘long list’ and the Hockeyroos selection camp.