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Monday, 10 September 2018
Page: 132


Mr CREWTHER (Dunkley) (16:21): Many talented and gifted people in Australia are in my electorate of Dunkley. The 12 recent recipients of Local Sporting Champions grants are no exception to this. It was my absolute pleasure to have hosted a special afternoon tea last week in my office to meet with several local sporting champions and their families. The Local Sporting Champions grants help young people pursue their sporting dreams. I was pleased to present a certificate to each outstanding and well-deserving recipient of a Local Sporting Champions grant.

I would like to publicly recognise and congratulate the local sporting champions in my electorate: Jacques Carstens of Langwarrin South for competing in the national hockey championships; Jaide Anthony of Mornington for competing in the Australian junior indoor cricket championships; Amber Khamal of Langwarrin for competing in the Australian junior athletics championships; Brodie Imlach of Langwarrin, who attends Elisabeth Murdoch College, for competing in the Australian indoor cricket junior championships; Rhys McKenna of Langwarrin, who attends Patterson River Secondary College in Seaford, for competing in the indoor cricket junior national championships as well; Matthew Johnston of Mount Eliza for competing in the Australian baseball national little league championships; Cooper Drummond of Seaford, who attends John Paul College in Frankston, for competing in the Australian baseball national little league championships; Lachlan Imlach of Langwarrin, who attends Rowellyn Park Primary School in Carrum Downs, for competing in the Australian indoor cricket junior championships— (Time expired)