THE Shoalhaven Sportstar of the Year awards night is just two sleeps away.
The event will be on this Friday at the Bomaderry Bowling Club and will feature 37 of the Shoalhaven’s finest sporting talent.
All of the voting has been completed and the Bernie Regan Sporting Trust grant allocations decided, so all is in order for a great evening.
Special guest for the event will be Kookaburra’s player Tristan White, who studies at the University of Wollongong.
An Illawarra Academy of Sport graduate, White was a member of the Australian team which won the 2012 Champions Trophy.
White will address the room and share some of his insights into his successful hockey career.
The night will feature a wonderful array of local sporting talent, many of who will be interviewed by entertaining MC, Phil Lynch.
Come along to support the young rising stars of the Shoalhaven, who will be receiving this year’s grants from the Bernie Regan Memorial Sporting Trust.
Anyone can attend, and guests are asked to arrive at 6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Tickets and table bookings now available at the club by phoning 4421 2733 or visit the club’s reception.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12, with supper included.
The Bernie Regan Sporting trust thanked major sponsor Bomaderry Bowling Club, and other sponsors Shoalhaven Ex-Servicemen’s Club and the Shoalhaven Sports Board.
Nominated sportstars are Billy Payne, Cristine Suffolk, Huskisson BC Triples, Jarrod Wilson, Kirsty Higgison, Luke Styke, Jamie Priestley, Matilda Potter, Amber Arazny, Jade Mustapic, Maddy Collier, Kyah Gray, Rosie May Davidson, Tarni Cunningham, Lain Beckett, Arron Spiessberger-Parker, Samantha Peace, Adam Ison, Jessica Evans, Mia Davidson, Tinka Easton, Steve Brandon, Harry Scouller, Natasha Mullany, Chloe Bowers, Michaela Quinn, Annette Peace, Nate Jones, Tara-Jane Mitchell, Jonathan Goerlach, Aaron Lloyd, Bridget Mullany, Dante Hyam, Sarah Boddington, Tristan Ward.
A winner will be announced in junior, open and masters categories.