Clon­tarf’s bright­est awarded

Pilbara News - - News - Alicia Per­era

The Kar­ratha Clon­tarf Academy cel­e­brated a year’s worth of achieve­ments by its young men at its an­nual awards night.

About 180 academy mem­bers, com­mu­nity and cor­po­rate rep­re­sen­ta­tives, fam­ily mem­bers and friends at­tended the cer­e­mony held at the Kar­ratha Leisure­plex late last month.

The event’s hosts were Clon­tarf Year 7 stu­dent Howard Namok Kennedy and Year 9’s Lawrie Tit­tums.

Ngur­rangga Tours owner-op­er­a­tor Clin­ton Walker gave a Wel­come to Coun­try be­fore Kar­ratha Se­nior High School prin­ci­pal Jen­nifer McMahon and Clon­tarf Academy di­rec­tor Bradley Cox de­liv­ered speeches to the co­hort.

In the night’s ma­jor award cat­e­gories, Year 12 stu­dent Heath Hy­land was named com­mu­nity am­bas­sador, Ay­den Say­lor took home the sports­man of the year award, and Year 11 stu­dent Dy­lan Hansen won the award for lead­er­ship.

Prizes for best spirit and most out­stand­ing were also given out in each year group from Year 7-12.

All the young men gave thank you speeches to fin­ish off the night.

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