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Upper Hutt 2004 Sports Awards - WINNERS

Upper Hutt 2004 Sports Awards

Overall Sportsperson of the Year
Todd Hammington - Karate

Sportsman of the Year
Todd Hammington - Karate

Sportswoman of the Year
Amy Thomason - Karate

Team of the Year
Upper Hutt Rifle Club Gold Team – Shooting

Coach of the Year
Stella Lenihan - Karate

Emerging Sportsperson of the Year
Nicola Armstrong – Fencing

Athletes with Disabilities
Mark Noble – Bowls

Administrator of the Year
Grant McCarroll - Softball

Official of the Year
Delena West - Netball

Personality of the Year
Mike McLeod - Moto-X

Sport Volunteer of the Year
Jan Peryer - Netball

Contribution to Sport
James Blair - Athletics

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