Top sports awards for Nina

 Nina Tucker all-round effort to sport saw her earn the top award at the Ellesmere College Sports...
Nina Tucker all-round effort to sport saw her earn the top award at the Ellesmere College Sports Awards.
Nina Tucker has been named Ellesmere College's knops dux ludorum at their annual sports awards night.

The top honour recognises excellence in all aspects of sport performance, administration, officiating and coaching and it considered the most prestigious award for a senior student.

The Blanchett Trophy for single best performance went to Sarah McClure for her third place in the New Zealand schools' triathlon championships in the under-19 women's category.

The Atkins ‘All Round’ Trophy  went to Jack Dawson.

The Stephanie Allen Memorial Trophy was won by Nyah McKenzie and Harrison Keesing.

The Thompson Trophy winners for team of the year was won by the senior A netball team,

Selwyn under-17 netball representative Emily Carter won a sporting excellence certificate as did Canterbury under-18 rugby player Emily Colenso.

Sam Scott, who made the Junior Crusaders Knights squad received the Clausens Senior Fair Play Trophy

The Junior Fair Play Trophy went to Katie Robinson.

McClure in Triathlon, Sam Scott and Brandyn Boyle in rugby and football's Margarida Dias received their sporting blues for representing Canterbury or New Zealand.








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