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Luke Brydon – Rubicon Sea Scouts standard

I was pleased to be given the opportunity to support Luke Brydon with his Jamboree fund. My contribution ensured Luke will be able to attend the 24th Australian Scout Jamboree in NSW in January. Luke told me he was looking forward to learning and having fun at this experience. I support and encourage young people engaging with their community through extra-curricular activities such as Sea Scouts or sports. Activities like this ensure young people learn vital skills like interpersonal skills, communication and team work to name a few!

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Ashton King represents the state in Touch standard

Selected as Emerging Talent for 2016, Ashton King represented Tasmania this year in the under 18 Boys State Touch Team, competing at the National Youth Chamionshups on the Sunshine Coast in September. He has also been selected in the Tasmanian Under 15 Boys State Touch Team competing at the Pacific School Games in Adelaide from 21-29 November 2015. Ashton has had a big year, also winning Best First Year Player in the Southern Tasmanian Boys Under 18 Team at the state cup AND Most Valuable Player in the Pirates Men’s Division One team Winter competition. However, Ashton isn’t new to representing his state, he played in the State Under 12 Boys Touch Team competing in Brisbane in 2012, the State Under 15 Boys Touch Team ...

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F1 in Schools World Finals standard

I was a proud supporter of the Ulverstone High School F1 in Schools Ignition Racing Team when they competed in the National Finals at the Melbourne Grand Prix in March 2015. The team finished 5th in Competition and 2nd in Racing at the National Finals and has received a wildcard entry for the F1 in Schools World Finals to work in collaboration with UK national finalists, Team Shockwave. More than 20 million students, from over 17,000 schools from around the world compete in F1 in Schools competitions each year and an apportunity to compete at a world finals means Ignition Racing Team are now ranked within the top 200 competitors in the world in fields ranging from engineering to marketing and ...

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Taylor represents Tasmania in Basketball standard

Taylor Mole recently competed at the Australian Under 18 Women’s Basketball Championships, which were conducted in Ballarat, Victoria . The Tasmanian team finished ninth, winning five games and losing four. The Tasmanian team was very competitive and with six of the team eligible again for Under 18 nationals next year. Recently, Taylor received news she had been selected in the Australian U17 Women’s Squad.

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