Ded­i­ca­tion and fo­cus on tar­get reaps re­ward

Great Southern Herald - - Sport - Sjanna San­dalova

Katan­ning’s Jaylen Anyon has been recog­nised for his level of com­mit­ment as well as skill at the 2017 Ju­nior Aus­tralian Bow-hunters As­so­ci­a­tion State Cham­pi­onships.

At 13 years of age, Jaylen has com­peted for the past three years, rep­re­sent­ing the ABA Club Black­wood River Archers at the State ti­tles, al­ways suc­cess­ful with a podium fin­ish.

This year, Jaylen placed sec­ond in the State and won the pres­ti­gious Michelle Cun­ning­ham Award, which recog­nises ju­niors who show a high level of com­mit­ment and sports­man­ship.

This year, the State ti­tles were held in Man­durah, with more than 100 shooters at the two-day event.

Jaylen proudly rep­re­sented the club, which is based in Woodanilling, in the Ju­nior Bow-hunter Un­lim­ited Bgrade.

Pic­ture: Sian Anyon

Jaylen Anyon fin­ished sec­ond in the State and won the Michelle Cun­ning­ham Award.

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