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Garland is on top

Garland house took out first place on 861 pts. Winners and runners up stand proud, (from back left) Malikah Woodbridge, Alexis Carey, Alan Olsen who donated the medals, Adrian Payne, Julia Walker, Todd Constable, (front) Devon Cooper, Alexander Dwan, Dawson Wright, Todd Payne, Hayley Carey and Kyle Piovesan.
Garland house took out first place on 861 pts. Winners and runners up stand proud, (from back left) Malikah Woodbridge, Alexis Carey, Alan Olsen who donated the medals, Adrian Payne, Julia Walker, Todd Constable, (front) Devon Cooper, Alexander Dwan, Dawson Wright, Todd Payne, Hayley Carey and Kyle Piovesan.

AFTER six weeks of practice for three days of competing, Garland house took out the top spot at Warwick East State School's athletics carnival.

Athletics co-ordinator Trevor Nelson said he was pleased with all students' hard work over the three-day carnival.

"A big congratulations to all the children on their efforts," Nelson said.

Age champions on the day included - 9 years: Todd Payne and Tenesha Russell, 10 years: Kyle Piovesan and Hayley Carey, 11 years: Devon Cooper and Elizabeth Mullis, 12 years: Todd Constable and Alexis Carey and 13 years: Joel Rickert and Ashleigh Browne.

Nikki Burraston was awarded the Marty Harris Encouragement Award and will have her name engraved in a plaque to be kept in the school foyer.

The final tally was Garland on 861, Harwood on 816 and Quinn on 670 points.

Runners up:

  • 9 years: Jack Bergemann and Kyarnee King-Taylor
  • 10 years: Dawson Wright and Tiarna King
  • 11 years: Alexander Dwan and Isabella Balloch
  • 12 years: James Wallace and Malikah Woodbridge
  • 13 years: Lachlan Moore and Julia Walker

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