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Monday, 25 June 2018
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Mr HOGAN (PageDeputy Speaker) (16:05): Last week, the North Coast Academy of Sport held its awards night, with Matilda Elliot being named the Darrel Chapman Memorial Athlete of the Year, and netball's Most Outstanding Player. She also received a New South Wales Institute of Sport scholarship. Congratulations Tilly; we are all very proud of you.

Other athletes from Page who took out awards included: Women's AFL, Most Improved, Jasmyn Hoppe; Men's Basketball, Most Improved, Dakin Mahoney; Men's Basketball, Encouragement Award, Casey Alexander; Cycling, Most Outstanding, Asher Fawle; Golf, Development Encouragement Award and the Chairman's Encouragement Award to Brayden Howlett; Netball, Encouragement Award, Jasmine Hyde; Rowing, Most Outstanding, Andrea Brushett; Rowing, Encouragement Award, Lachlan Maxwell; Rugby Sevens, Most Outstanding, Tallulah Mohammed; Rugby Sevens, Most Improved, Sierra Rolfe; Tennis, Most Outstanding, Lachlan Rook; Tennis, Most Improved, Laquisa Khan; Tennis, Encouragement Award, Blake Robertson. Congratulations to you all.

The Grafton RSL Sub-Branch will celebrate its centenary on 7 July this year. The current executive Brian Bultitude OAM, Robert Gavin, Max Juett and Bob McFarlane, along with the countless committee members, do a fantastic job in the community. I thank them for their dedication to the RSL sub-branch. I'd also like to mention Vietnam veteran Denis Benfeild, who has been involved with it for two decades. I look forward to it, and happy birthday.