Tuesday December 5 2017
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Young scholars recognised at St Thomas THE TOP St Thomas of Canterbury College students were acknowledged during their prize-giving awards on Wednesday, November 1. Benjamin Topham and Patrick Hansen were named dux for this year.
Drama •Harry Tullet — year 7 drama prize. •Nicholas Dravitski – year 10 drama prize. •Will Andrews – year 11 drama prize. •Oscar Sergel-Stringer – Tranter Trophy for the best performance. •Edward Morgan – The Radnor Trophy for commiment and excellence. •Dominic Anisy and Sean Willets – Dennis Cunningham Memorial for technical excellence. •Patrick Hansen—McNeil Family Cup for college production performance. •Anaru Shadbolt – Thompson Family Cup for most improved. Music •Daniel Prescott – year 7 music prize. •Hunter Adam – year 8 music prize. •Andriano Bernall – most improved prize. •Yannick Lillo – year 9, McDonald Trophy. •Francis Costas — year 10, Music Award Trophy. •Joshua Tait – senior, Simon
Popham Trophy for service to the college. •Patrick Hansen — senior, Fleming Family Trophy for general excellence. Public speaking •Jackson Bunting — year 7, Matthew Guerin Memorial Trophy. •Hunter Adam — year 8, Michael Savin Memorial Trophy. •Jarrod Gali — year 9, Pengelly Cup.
•Daniel Fogarty — year 10, B T Daley Cup. •Fraser Buckley — year 11, Kevin Curnow Cup. •Jacob Brown — year 12, Highbury Cup. •Patrick Hansen — Senior, Kevin O’Connor Memorial Trophy. •Anaru Shadbolt — Senior, The Brother J H Shepherd Memorial Trophy for senior oratory. Debating
•Eddie Chu — Senior ESOL prize. Maori Culture •Kalani Halliday-Numan — Hato Tamati Trophy for recognition of outstanding contribution to Maori culture. Pasifika Culture •Jade Uliano — The Petelo PROUD: Trophy for recognition of Patrick outstanding contribution to Hansen Pasifika culture. (left) and Young Enterprise Awards Benjamin The Peter Shirtcliffe Cups. Topham receiving the •Daniel Fogarty — Edmund Rice Enterprise Cup for best Father J. J. year 10 enterprise economics O’Sullivan Cup and the student. University of •Joshua Heslop — Edmund Canterbury Rice Enterprise Cup for year 13 Scholarship best student in commerce. •Lavish Lifestyle — Edmund for Dux Scholarship. Rice Enterprise Cup for top young enterprise team. Athletics •Oscar Sergel-Stringer — •Noah Harmer-Campbell — Senior, Ellen Tryon Memorial Under 12 athletics, Kevin Daly Cup. Cup. •Cormac Gallagher — •Tevita Faitotonu — Under Junior, B J Dalex Trophy. 13 athletics, E.J. Fox Cup. Theatresports •Jamie Watson — Under 14 •Cormac Gallagher — athletics, Mary C Fitzgibbon Junior, The Lawrence Cup. Trophy. •Josh Dent and Mark Loh — •Patrick Hansen — Senior, Junior athletics, Andrew Lees The Gaffaney Trophy. Cup. ESOL •Cormack Tarrant — • Benette Guinto — Junior Intermediate athletics, A ESOL prize. Kennett Cup.
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Published on Dec 4, 2017