Successful Applicants - 2021

Riverside High School

F1 in Schools

3 teams from Riverside High School competed and received a range of awards including being recognised for having the Best Managed Enterprise and the quickest development class car across the competition. Competing at this level in a virtual event required students to be highly committed and focused. and they demonstrated high level skills in their initiative, problem solving and team-work with Team In Motion being invited to represent Team Australia in the 2021/22 ARAMCO F1 in Schools World Final!

Chloe White

Under 15 National Hockey Tournament - April 2021

Chloe was the vice captain of the girl's under 15 Tasmanian team held at Bathurst New South Wales. Chloe managed to score the first goal for the team, but Tassie faced an uphill battle against other quality teams throughout the week.

Sarah Pennicott

10 Pin Bowling National Championships

Sarah will be competing in the Australian National Tenpin Bowling Championships which includes the Youth Challenge (under 21) 25/7/21-29/7/21 and the Walter Rachuig Trophy (Adults) 2/8/21- 10/8/21

These events will be held in Hobart- Zone Bowling Moonah

Amelia Whitehead

Under 18 State Basketball Team

The Tassie team travelled to Werribee in Victoria and finished 10th in the National Basketball Competition. The team found the experience amazing to have the opportunity to travel and bond with the teams during the 10 day competition.

Jackson Wood

Track and Field Athletics Championships

Jackson joined the Athletics Tasmania squad in April to compete in Sydney at the Australian Track and Field Championships. There he competed in a number of events including the male U17 100metre and 200metre events where he finished 7th in his heat.

Amelia Wing

National Soccer Championships

Amelia is from Riverside High and has been selected in the U16 NTJSA Girls Representative Soccer team to travel to Canberra, ACT in July to compete in the Kanga Cup. It is the largest international youth tournament in the southern hemisphere with around 320 teams competing.

Josh Vimpany, Lachlan May and Jack Van Der Heide

National Basketball Championships

The Under-16 Championships sees teams from across the country come together to compete for the Australian title. The boys are heading over to Perth for the Australian Junior Nationals Competition in Perth July 4-11. The boys have all devoted a lot of time to their basketball with many of them having been in the Btas Program for numerous years. The boys Josh (Vimps), Lach (Mayzy) and Jack also play U16, U18 and men’s at club level.

Jordan Shipp and Ryan Shipp

National Touch Football Championships

Brothers Ryan and Jordan have been selected to represent Tasmania at the National Touch Football championships, held on the Sunshine Coast from the 29th September to the 2nd October 2021. Ryan is part of the Under 18 team whilst Jordan is part of the Under 16 team.

Jade McCullagh

National Touch Football Championships

Jade has been selected to represent Tasmania at the National Touch Football championships, held on the Sunshine Coast from the 29th September to the 2nd October 2021. Jade is part of the Under 14 team.

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