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Rising sport star award night

Catherine MasseyBusselton Dunsborough Times
Netballer Charlie Allen, 18, pictured with BFS co-director Allan Price.
Camera IconNetballer Charlie Allen, 18, pictured with BFS co-director Allan Price. Credit: Netballer Charlie Allen, 18, pictured with BFS co-director Allan Price., Catherine Massey

The South West’s most prominent up-and-coming sports stars gathered last Friday night for the Busselton Freight Services Rising Sports Star awards.

This year’s Rising Sports Star award of $2000 went to netball player Charlie Allen.

Swimmer Amy Kerr finished close behind and football/basketball player Rohan Stokes took home the encouragement award.

Swimmer Amy Kerr, 14, pictured with BFS co-director Denis Price.
Camera IconSwimmer Amy Kerr, 14, pictured with BFS co-director Denis Price.

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Mountain Biker Angus Nichols, 13.
Camera IconMountain Biker Angus Nichols, 13. Credit: Catherine Massey
Street skateboarder Claudia Duane, 16.
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Table tennis player Obie Herring, 14.
Camera IconTable tennis player Obie Herring, 14. Credit: Table tennis player Obie Herring, 14., Catherine Massey
Basketball player and winner of the encouragement award Rohan Stokes.
Camera IconBasketball player and winner of the encouragement award Rohan Stokes. Credit: Basketball player and winner of the encouragement award Rohan Stokes., Catherine Massey
Netballer Charlie Allen, 18, pictured with BFS co-director Allan Price.
Camera IconNetballer Charlie Allen, 18, pictured with BFS co-director Allan Price. Credit: Netballer Charlie Allen, 18, pictured with BFS co-director Allan Price., Catherine Massey

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