Buderim’s Kaan Askew is eager to continue his development in the code after playing for the Barbarians at the Australian under-16 championships in Canberra.
Team Australia coach Kate Wilcomes expects Sunshine Coast’s Holly Williams to be an inspirational captain and a tenacious competitor at the ISA World Junior Surfing Championships.
The coach of Liam Schluter says a 10-medal haul at the Global Games is just reward for the hard work his charge has been doing.
She starred for the Roos in this year’s state league and impressed at the Draft Combine in October, when she was second in the agility test.
He will take part in an altitude camp at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra and at Thredbo later this year.
“We played with some heart, we really had a go.”
Coolum Beach product Julian Wilson says he’s benefiting from the guidance of former world tour stalwart Luke Egan.
“He’s a really intimidating force on the field and he’s great to have out with you. He’s a really good footballer.”
After a short break, he’s poised for another season with the Scorchers and he’s itching for action.
They’ve featured in finals for the past six seasons, winning two of the past three, and they will continue to have lofty ambitions.