Senior Sports Star of the Year for 2023


Senior Monthly Award Winners for 2023


Steven Spark
Ella White
SIndoor Hockey
Sienna Deurloo

Steven is the WBC Australasian Super Lightweight Division Title Holder. He is rated World No. 8 with the International Boxing Federation and No. 12 with the World Boxing Council.
Ella was a member of the Australian Under 21 Women’s Indoor Hockey Team which toured the USA in February. This team was extremely successful winning nearly all of their matches. She was also a member of the Queensland Under 21 Women’s Hockey Team which won the silver medal at the Australian Under 21 Championships.
At the Australian Open Water Swimming Championships held at Busselton, W.A., Sienna won the gold medal in the Under 18 Girls 10km and 5km events. From this performance she has been selected in the Australian Open Water Swimming Squad. At the Australian Age Swimming Championships Sienna qualified in 10 individual events and at the Australian Open Swimming Championships qualified in 4 events. Sienna has qualified for the 2023 World Swimming Championship trials in the 200m, 400m, 800m and 1500m freestyle.

Jai Gordon
Holly Gilbar
Matthew Moore

Jai competed at the Australian Athletics Championships where he came 7th in the Open Men’s 100m final. At the UniSport National Championships he twice broke the National 100m record, which had stood for 57 years, with a time of 10.37 sec. in the semi final and 10.28 sec. in the final. Jai was selected in the Australian team to compete at the Oceania Cup in Saipan in June and has been named in the Australian Athletics Long List Squad for next years 2024 Olympic Games.
In April Holly was selected in the Inaugural Australian Hockey 5s team to compete at the World Cup Oceania qualifiers. The very first Hockey 5s World Cup will be held in Oman in January 2024. From her performance at the Queensland Hockey Championships, Holly has gained selected in the Queensland Country Hockey team to compete at the National championships in Shepparton, later in the year.
Matthew has been selected in the Australian Under 18 Touch Football Team to compete at the Asia Pacific Youth Touch Cup in Brisbane in May.

Brielle Erbacher
Tom Campbell
Brandon Spain
Muay Thai

Brielle has been selected in the Australian Athletics Team to compete in the 3000m steeplechase at the World Athletics Championships in Budapest in August.
Tom has had an exceptional year of hockey, starting off with a championship gold medal and Player of the Tournament performance at the Queensland Under 18 Hockey Championships. He has followed this up with a silver medal in the Queensland Under 18 Men’s team and bronze in the Queensland Under 21 team at the Australian Championships. These performances have earned him selection in the Brisbane Blaze Hockey One Squad and a place on Hockey Australia’s Men’s Futures List.
In the sport of Muay Thai, Brandon is now ranked 18 in the World Boxing Council ratings after winning a first-round knockout fight against Thai boxer Daporasuk. This fight took place at the prestigious Nai Khanom Tom Challenge at the Gold Coast and only nationally ranked fighters throughout the world were invited to compete. Only a handful of Australians have ever placed in the world rankings for Muay Thai and Brandon will now have a chance at fighting for a World Title in the future.