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Upper Hutt Sports Award Winners

Upper Hutt Sports Award Winners

(Backgound -The Upper Hutt Sports Awards winners were announced this evening in Upper Hutt -winners list attched which you may be able to use in your " Results section '

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'The Campbells are coming'

The Upper Hutt Sports Awards have kicked of the round of events that feed into the 2008 Wellington Sports Awards-(Results attached )

The sporting household of Erika and Adam Campbell in Upper Hutt is certainly celebrating success this weekend . Both were nominated in the Coach of the Year section of the Upper Hutt Sports Awards .Erika won for her netball coaching of Convent premier team plus Wellington under 19's 'She went on to claim the overall Sportsperson of the year prize.

Her husband Adam Campbell as Coach of Hutt Old Boys Marist premier rugby team was celebrating an 85-nil victory over Avalon on Saturday .

Upper Hutt Sports Awards – Final results 2008

Overall Sportsperson –Erika Campbell –Netball Coach

Sportswoman-Wendi Henderson -Football (Soccer )
Sportsman-John Gatfield-Swimming
Official- Marguerite Christophers -Para Olympics
Team - Quad-Za-Phonic Precision Skating Team-Roller Skating
Administrator -John Hanning-Bowls
Personality -Tama Arapere-Speedway
Coach -Erika Campbell-Netball
Athletes with disabilities -Mary Fisher-Swimming
Sports Volunteer-Tom Clegg-Athletics
Emerging Sportsperson-Leticia Carr-Karate
Contribution to Sport-Brian Telfer--Special Olympics
Fairplay-Rimutaka Rengades-Inline Hockey


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