Strathallan students scoops U16 Sportswoman and Sports man titles

Above: ACG Strathallan student, JaredWoods, wins silver at TaekwondoWorld Championships earlier this year.Recently he has been named FranklinU16 sportsman of the year.

Above: ACG Strathallan student, JaredWoods, wins silver at TaekwondoWorld Championships earlier this year.Recently he has been named FranklinU16 sportsman of the year.

ACG Strahallan is delighted that Niketa Wells has been awarded the Under 16 Sportswoman of the Year and Jared Wood has been awarded Under 16 Sportsman of the Year at the recent 2015 Franklin Sports awards. The ACG students were lucky enough to win their categories for their achievements in Tae-kwon Do. Jared has represented New Zealand at an international level earlier this year at the world championships in Italy, where he received a silver medal.
“Every year this is a very popular event as it really represents the pinnacle of achievement in our local area. We are so proud of the hard work all of our students put into their individual and team sports throughout the course of the year. The recognition that comes with this event is the icing on the cake,” says Robin Kirkham, Principal.
The equestrian teams also did extremely well and were finalists in the following categories: Equestrian Pretraining team, Equestrian Combined team and the Equestrian Navy team.

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