Intermediate Sports Awards 2022
On Thursday 24 November Rosmini College held an Intermediate Sports Awards ceremony in the gym to recognise the wonderful achievements of our year 7 and 8 students in 2022.
Headmaster Mr Nixon Cooper and Head of Intermediate Mr Paul Hodgkinson spoke about the value of sport for the overall wellbeing of students, and the importance of giving sport a go regardless of your ability. Year 7 student Carter Osterdijk followed up with a fantastic speech about why schools should get more funding for sport.
Our overall winner for 2022, our Intermediate Sportsman of the Year, was awarded to James Vaughan. James competed in Gymnastics at the AIMS Games and won a silver medal. An impressive feat! Congratulations James.
Here are our other award winners:
Distance Runner of the Year – Jaden Modigh
Basketball Most Promising Player – Luke Te Tana
Basketball Most Improved AIMS Player – Sam Morisson
Badminton Most Promising Player – Aldion Palomo
Badminton Most Improved Player – Nathaniel McCann
Football Most Promising Player – Dominic Chan
Football Most Improved Player – Oskar Gerdin
Hockey Player of the Year – Nic Street
Hockey Most Improved Player – Liam Thompson
Rugby Most Promising Player – Max Wilkin
Tennis Most Promising Player – James Lee
Waterpolo Most Improved Player – Kayden Godbold
Waterpolo Most Valuable Player – Jackson Henry
Commitment to Sport: These awards recognise boys who have either competed at a high level in one sport, or have represented the school in multiple sports at various zone days.
Congratulations to all of our winners. We look forward to seeing what you achieve in the coming years at Rosmini College, and beyond!