Club tops regional netball awards

St Peter’s School student Kataraina Ormsby receives the School Programme of the Year award on behalf of her school, from Leah Gordon from Lodge Real Estate (award sponsors). Kataraina also won Most Improved Player of the Year.

Tom Voyle Park Sports Club has been awarded Club of the Year for the Waikato – Bay of Plenty region.

Club president Wayne West said he was proud to see the behind-the-scenes dedication and passion of the club’s members recognised at the awards night on April 28 – the Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Awards.

Wayne West accepted the Club Team of the Year award on behalf of the Tom Voyle Park Sports Club.

West was “extremely ecstatic” for the recognition of the club at regional level, and credited the members’ efforts as essential factors in the club’s success across netball, football and softball.

Other Cambridge sportspeople to be recognised on the night included Ceri Hills from the Cambridge Netball Centre, who won Umpire/Official of the Year, and St Peter’s School student Kataraina Ormsby who won Most Improved Player of the Year.

St Peter’s School also won School Programme of the Year.

The awards night, held at SkyCity Hamilton, attracted a full house of 350 people from far and wide, celebrating outstanding successes, achievements and commitment to netball and community.

Awards were also given to Magic netball players, with Casey Kopua winning Player of the Year.

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