BMX riders celebrate at awards presentation
THE success and achievements of the Proserpine BMX Club were celebrated at their annual awards presentation on Friday night.
Riders aged from four to over 40 gathered at the Proserpine BMX track without their bikes to find out who would take home the highly prized club awards.
The best and fairest award was presented to William Allan for his dedication to the training, consistent attitude and excellent sportsmanship demonstrated throughout the year.
Blair Jenkinson was presented with the Kiwi’s award which acknowledges the valuable contribution of club members and/or volunteers.
A highlight of the night was the announcement that Dale Spoor would receive the president’s award for his ongoing support of the club and assistance in maintaining the track.
Taylor Kerr, Kira Allan, Byron Chauntler and Kaelan Gough were four of the six riders in attendance who were presented with medallions for representing the club at state and national events.
Kira was also the only rider from the club to qualify for the 2014 State Development Squad (SDS).
Club vice president Kristy Puckridge presented the senior coach’s award to Macaulay Munro while Ray Gough handed over the junior coach’s award to Toby Jenkinson.
All riders in attendance received new club jerseys to wear during club tournaments, state and national events next year.
CLUB AWARDS: Dale Spoor was acknowledged with the president's award, William Allan was presented with the best and fairest award and Blair Jenkinson took out the Kiwi's award at the 2013 Proserpine BMX Club presentations on Friday night.
YOUNG GUNS: Macaulay Munro was achieved the senior award and Toby Jenkinson took out the junior award at the Proserpine BMX Club's awards night on Friday.
GREAT ACHIEVEMENT: Taylor Kerr, Kira Allan, Byron Chauntler and Kaelan Gough were presented with medallions for representing the Proserpine BMX Club at national and state events throughout the year.