Wattles Rugby League Football Club executive committee members Jessica Van Der Poel (secretary), Angela Van Der Poel (treasurer) and Barry Glass (president) congratulate Holly Whittaker (second from right) after she was named Wattles 2010 Ambassador at a gala presentation dinner on Saturday night at Wattles Clubhouse at Clifton.
Wattles Rugby League Football Club executive committee members Jessica Van Der Poel (secretary), Angela Van Der Poel (treasurer) and Barry Glass (president) congratulate Holly Whittaker (second from right) after she was named Wattles 2010 Ambassador at a gala presentation dinner on Saturday night at Wattles Clubhouse at Clifton.

Wattles present club ambassador

ALLORA rugby league fan Holly Whittaker was named Wattles Rugby League Football Club 2010 Ambassador at a gala function at Wattles Clubhouse, Platz Oval, on Saturday night.

A 20-year-old administration officer with the Warwick Magistrates Court, Holly has been a familiar face at Wattles for some years.

Wattles’ new ambassador is the eldest daughter of Graham and Sharon Whittaker, of Allora.

She has committed to supporting the Warriors in 2010 and, along with her partner and Wattles’ vice-president and club captain Aaron Scheid, will be heavily involved in fundraising for Wattles during the coming season.

As Wattles Ambassador, Holly will represent the club in the Toowoomba Rugby League Ambassador Quest at season’s end, with the winner announced at the annual TRL presentation dinner in Toowoomba.

Holly was sashed by 2009 Wattles Ambassador Rebecca Bolzan, while Wattles president Barry Glass congratulated Holly, and thanked her for her commitment to the club during the forthcoming season.

Guests ,including Holly’s family and friends, along with players and supporters, enjoyed a wonderful night of entertainment by Tim Griffin and an outstanding meal supplied by Grant Lollbach and Melissa Ziser from the Allora Butchery.



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