Senior Sports Star of the Year for 2022

Brielle Erbacher



Brielle Erbacher


Runner Up: Jai Gordon (Athletics)
(Sponsored by Clive Berghofer Land Sales)

Senior Rising Star: Emma Stevens (Track Cycling)
(Sponsored by Clive Berghofer Land Sales)

Senior Chase Your Dreams: Tatum Stewart (Hockey)
(Sponsored by The City Golf Club - the Braydon Smith Memorial Trophy)

Para Athlete of the Year: Hayden Siebuhr (Wheelchair Basketball)
(Sponsored by K & R Plumbing Supplies - the Nev Reedy Memorial Trophy)

Coach of the Year: Jackie Gallagher
(Sponsored by Neil Mansell Group - the Pat O'Shea Memorial Trophy)

Volunteer of the Year: Tony Coonan (Rugby League)
(Sponsored by Platinum Health Group)

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

Team of the Year: Allora Swim Team
(Sponsored by Neil Mansell Group)


Jai Gordon



Senior Monthly Award Winners for 2022


Brielle Erbacher
Tori Gallegos
Tatum Stewart

So far this year Brielle has come 1st in the 3000m steeple with a PB of 9.39 mins. at the Melbourne Track Classic Women’s Event, 2nd in the 3000m steeple at the Adelaide Invitational Open Women’s Event, 5th at the Australian 3000m Championships in Sydney and 8th in the 1500m at the Melbourne Zatopek Open Women’s Championships.
Tori competed in her first senior selection for Australia at the Singapore International Weightlifting Tournament where she finished in 3rd place in the 59kg category with best lifts of 80kg snatch and 103kg clean and jerk.
Tatum has gained selection in the 2022 Australian Women’s Hockey Development Squad and is currently in Perth under the Visiting Athlete Agreement training with the Hockeyroos. She will also be one of 6 drag flickers nationwide to participate in a special skills program.

Daniel Burge
Cameron Stein
Tenpin Bowling
Emma Stevens
Track Cycling

Dan was the goalkeeper of the Queensland Under 18 Men’s Hockey team which won the bronze medal at the National Under 18 Men’s Hockey Championships at Cairns. As a result of his performance at these championships Dan has been selected as one of the 38 member Australian Under 18 Futures Squad.
Cameron has been selected as a member of the 4 men Australian Tenpin Bowling team to travel to Helsingborg, Sweden for the Under 21 IBF World Championships. At the Tenpin Bowling Association of Queensland Annual Awards Night Cameron was named the Queensland Tenpin Bowler of the Year.
At the Queensland Track Cycling Championships Emma won in the Under 19 Women’s Sprint, Time Trial and Keirin. At the Australian Championship’s Emma won in the Under 19 Women’s Sprint and Keirin and came second in the Time Trial. Finally, at the Oceania Championships, Emma won in the Under 19 Women’s Sprint and was a member of the Under 19 Women’s Team Sprint which set a new Australian record. She also came second in the Keirin and Time Trials.

Jai Gordon
Declan Trezise
Jem Ryan

At the National Athletics Championships Jai won the gold medal in the Men’s Under 20 100m, with a time of 10.28 secs. He came 4th in the Open Men’s 100m at these championships and was a member of the Men’s Under 20, 4 x 100m relay team who won the gold medal and in doing so became the 2nd fastest Australian Under 20, 4 x 100m team of all time with a time of 39.49 secs. Jai has been selected in the Australian Under 20 team to compete in the 100m and the 4 x 100m relay team and also selected in the Australian Open Men’s 4 x 100m relay squad.
In August Declan won the Queensland Under 23 Cycle Cross Championship and was selected in the Queensland team to compete at the National Cycle Cross Championships in September. At these championships at Wollongong Declan won the gold medal in the Under 23 age group.
With his talent as a fast bowler Jem has been selected in the Queensland Country Under 19 Men’s Cricket Team and the Australian Under 19 Men’s Cricket team. He is also a member of the Ipswich Hornets TGS 1st XI team.

Josh McPaul
Hockey and Indoor Hockey
Bianca Daniel
Hayden Siebuhr
Wheelchair Basketball

From his performance on the Hockey field in 2022 Josh has been selected in the Australian Country Men’s Hockey Team which will travel to Singapore in April. Josh has also been selected in the Australian Men’s Indoor Hockey Team to compete at the Men’s Hockey World Cup in South Africa in 2023. At the National Country Outdoor Hockey Championships and the Australian Indoor Championships, Josh was awarded the ‘highest goal scorer’ for both tournaments.
Bianca competed at the IPL World Championships where she finished first in the Under 60kg weight division. Bianca is the first ever Under 60kg (drug tested female) to squat over 200kg in the world. She broke two national records and two world records on her way to becoming the best overall female of the competition.
Hayden was the Captain of the Australian Under 23 Spinners Team which participated at the Wheelchair Basketball World Cup in Spain. Hayden was also Co-Captain of the Queensland Rolling Thunder Team and he plays for the Brisbane Spinning Bullets in the NWBL. Hayden regularly attends the AIS in Canberra for Australian team camps and training blocks.