EDRA Sports Star of the Year Awards

Celebrating our local sporting talent and volunteering legends

The Annual Horizon Power Sports Star Awards is a celebration of sport, recognising excellence across all sports in Esperance in five categories:

  • Horizon Power Sports Star of the Year Award
  • Veteran Sports Star of the Year Award
  • Southern Ports Junior Sports Star of the Year Award
  • IGO Volunteer Service to Sport Award
  • DLGSCI Sports Team of the Year Award

Sport Star 2024 will be held on Thursday 31 October 2024.

The Judging period will be based on achievements from the 30 September 2023 to the 29 September 2024.

Horizon Power Sports Star Awards Eligibility

The 2024 nominations are open NOW.  All applications must be submitted online here.

2023 Nominations & Winners

Southern Ports Junior Sports Star

Holly Meyer

Association Junior Achievement Award
Selected into Great Southern Netball Squad
Selected into Great Southern Netball Team for “Fever in Time” State Cup
Played up into Senior Division
Junior MVP Award
Selected to represent Esperance in U14s at State Member Championships
Training towards Netball Umpiring qualifications
Breakers U16s team playing A reserve womens comp
Esperance Basketball Country Championships representative
Basketball MVP Yr 8 Girls
Basketball Panel umpire

Zavier den Engelsen

Oct 22 - Multiple nominations for; Robbie Austin - Junior Club Person (2nd year in a row being nominated)
8th overall for season - EMCC 85cc big wheel 12-16years Class
2023 - 3rd overall for season - EMCC 85cc big wheel 12 - 16 year class
8th over all for season - EMCC 250cc Class
Nominated for the - EMCC Robbie Austin - Junior Club Person (3rd year in a row being nominated)
Nominated for the - EMCC Most Improved Junior Rider 2023
Lap times dropped 12 seconds from 2022 season
5th overall for event - GMCC ArenaX Rnd 1
3rd overall for event - GMCC ArenaX Rnd 2
1st overall for season - GMCC 85cc big wheel 12 - 16 year Class
Overall Hole Shot Winner - GMCC 85cc big wheel 12 - 16 year Class
3rd overall for event - GMCC 'Pirtek Vic Gaby Memorial 2 Day Enduro'
Hole Shot Winner - GMCC 'Wayne Casey Memorial Round' (85cc b/w class)
3rd overall for event - GMCC/Southern Cross Interclub Challenge 2023
22nd position overall - WAMX Junior State Championship Rnd 1, Manjimup (85cc b/w class)

Taliah Walsh

Level 6 WAG Athlete
Level 5 Club Champion
Qualified for WA Junior State Championship as a level 5 were she was awarded 3rd Place on beam in her division
Attended the WA Regional Championship as a Level 5 athlete
Attended the Great Southern Challenge competing as a Level 6 athlete and qualifying for the 2023 WA Junior State Championships
Club Coach gaining Intermediate WAG Coaching Accreditation
Beginner WAG Judge

Coby Guest

Interschool Athletics Runner Up Champion Boy Yr 5
Primary School Athletics Runner Up Champion Boy Yr 5
Castletown Primary School Swimming Runner Up Champion Boy Yr 6
MVP for his Junior Basketball team
Coaches Award for Esperance Junior Cricket Association U13s
Selected for WA Cricket academy training
Selected for Esperance team in a Kalgoorlie Cricket Carnival
Selected for Country Week Cricket
Plays for Gibson FC in U/12 and has been selected to play U14 when required
Played in the winning U14 Gibson FC team grand final team
Selected in the School Sport WA State Football Team U12 Boys to play the School Sports Australia AFL Championship in NSW – the team received bronze medal

Chloe Gidgup

First female footballer in Esperance to play 100 games, starting Auskick when she was 5 and playing through juniors for Newtown Condingup in mostly all male sides until U/16s.
Plays in the Newtown Condingup FC Womens team.
3rd overall in Association Fairest & Best 2023
Newtown Condingup FC Fairest & Best 2023
Selected for EDFA Team for Country Championships

Sunny Petrie

Played in the U14 Gibson FC premiership side
Played for City FC, scoring the 2 goals to win the team the title in a 2-1 victory
Selected for the Esperance U13 Country Week Championship side who were unbeaten for the whole competition.  Sunny scored 22 goals across 9 games
Voted Fairest & Best (for the second year) at Country Week Championships
Selected to represent WA in the Football West Country Camp Team who will compete in Singapore

Jaydn Sullivan

Esperance Junior Cricketer for U13s and U16s
Represented Esperance in U14s Goldfields Inter-Regional Carnival
Represented Esperance in Junior Country Week U14s
Played in the Gibson FC Womens Premiership team
Played in Junior Div 2 Netball and played up in Div 1
Selected in the WACA Regional Academy Program
Selected in the U14s Female WACA Country XI team for the WACA Metropolitan U14 Female Talent Carnival (only athlete selected from the Goldfield-Esperance region)

Zach Warren

Esperance Junior Cricketer U16
Represented Esperance U16 Goldfield Inter-Regional Carnival
Represented Esperance U16 B Section Junior Country Week
Played Second Grade for Esperance Cricket Club (Seniors)
Community Level 1 Accredited Coach
Esperance Junior Hockey Association U17s Fairest & Best Award & Leading Goal Scorer
Fairest & Best for his Junior Hockey Team and Association U17 Leading Goal Scorer
Senior Member of the Rams Hockey Club
U17s Competition Fairest & Best Award
Mens Competition Fairest & Best Player
Selected in the WACA Regional Academy Program
Selected in the WACA Metropolitan U15s Male Talent Carnival

Caleb Shipp

Caleb volunteers his time every week to umpire juniors and to mentor upcoming junior umpires.

He is a role model to our junior players, being a Year 12 student, Caleb plays in our U17 competition. He is a skilful player who the younger kids look up to and his passion for the sport shines through in his game play and his officiating. Caleb has a fantastic attitude, both on and off the field. He actively seeks feedback from senior umpires to continue to improve his own level of officiating. He is confident in his calls, yet open to feedback when it is provided. He is a fair and reasonable umpire, and he adapts to the level of hockey he is umpiring. For the younger grades he is very active, to ensure that players are understanding why and how the rules are being applied. In the Senior competition he displays clear authority, despite his young age. Caleb completed the foundation lead umpire accreditation and was assessed by Rodney Johnson at Narrogin for his Level 1. Caleb umpires from the J4/5 and J6/7/8 competitions, right through to senior men’s and women’s. He also mentors up and coming umpires teaching them the basics and sharing his knowledge of the game.

Caleb was also nominated by Esperance Hockey Association for the Hockey WA Service to Officiating Award for 2023.  He is a confident and competent young man and an asset to our Association.

Bailey Fiegert

EASC Club Open Champion Boy
Club Overall Points Champion
Esperance Tri Australia Day Swim, overall 3rd from 42 competitors, 2nd in U18 Male Category
Yr 11 & 12 EASC Champion Boy – Swimming Carnival
Swimming WA Sanctioned meets

WA Long Course Opener - Personal Bests in 50m Free, 100m Free, 200m Free, 200m Individual Medley
Swimming WA Meet #2 – Personal Bests 50m Back, 50m Breast, 50m Fly, 100m Free
Hancock Prospecting WA Swimming Championships – Person Bests – 50m Free
Country Championships – Silver for 50m Butterfly and a Personal Best, Silver for 100m Freestyle, Bronze for 50m Freestyle
Country Pennants Northam – Gold Medals in 50m Free, 50m Fly and 100m Breast also a Personal Best, Silver medals in 50m Breast and 4x50m Free Relay, Bronze in 4x50m Medley Relay.
Albany Short Course – Personal Best in 50m Breast and 50m fly
Hancock Prospecting WA Stat SC Championships – Personal Best in 50m Free, 100m Free
Perth City SC Carnival – 50m Free, 50m Fly and 50m Breast.

Association & Catholic Colleges of WA Interschool Swimming Carnival – U19 ACC WA Champion Boy
Busselton Jetty Swim – 301st of 2486 competitors 15-19yrs placed 36th from 56 and 190th Male of 1169 competitors
Selected for WA School Sports 15-19yrs Team
National School Sports Championships – 50m Free making the final and top 10, Personal Bests in 50m Fly and 200m IM

2023 Southern Ports Junior Sports Star of the Year

Aiden Finlay-Mulligan

Represented Australia in the British Junior Squash Open in Birmingham England. 
Winner Div 1 Bunbury Squash Tournament 
Winner Junior Bunbury Squash Tournament 
Esperance Club Champion (Squash)
Esperance Pennant winner with team (Squash)
Esperance, most points scored in a season winner (Basketball)
Association Most Valuable Player (Basketball)
Grand Final winner U16 footy
Awarded ‘Most Dedicated Player’ from coach (Football)
Played Colts at 14 (Football)
WA Squash Championships won U17 (when still 14)
WA Squash Championships placed third in U19 
Selected to try out for State Footy team in Perth
Australian Junior Championships in QLD represented WA (Squash)
VIC Park Squash Competition won Div 1
Coaches kids at Esperance squash 
Mirrabooka Squash Competition winner of the plate. 
Represented Esperance in AFL against Kalgoorlie and was awarded Best and Fairest 

DLGSC Sports Star Team


U12 Division 6 Premiers – Fuel to Go and Play Association Championships
U12 Premiers – Great Southern Championship


Grand Finalists for the Division 3 Nutrient Ag Championship
Runners Up for the Division 3 Nutrient Ag Championship


Grand Final winners for Division 2 CBH Country Championships


Grand Final Winners 2023 EDFA Womens Competitions


All 5 teams competed in the Finals series across all divisions
4 of the 5 team won their division Grand Final

2023 DLGSC Team of the Year


Winners of the Mooy Division at Football West State Country Week Competition
First Esperance Soccer Association side to win a full size 11 a side pitch competition.

Shire of Esperance Veteran Sports Star

Kathleen Donovan

National Championship for Surf Life Saving

70-74 years events

1st Iron Woman
1st Board Race
1st Ocean Ski Race
2nd Swim Race

16th 60+ years Swim
8th 60+ years Ski

Mentor to the Club Youth through development programs
Official for local and interclub carnivals
Coach for Youth and Senior teams
Active patrolling member
Life Member

Shire of Esperance Veteran Sports Star of the Year

Terri Herbert

Senior player for Condingup Womens Hockey Club
Condingup Hockey Club Presidents for the past 6 years
Secretary for the Esperance Hockey Association since 2022
Organised and coached the GoldStix Junior program at Condingup Primary School
Accredited with Foundation Support Coach Certification through Hockey WA
Senior Umpire
Accredited with Foundation Lead Umpire through Hockey WA.
Grand Final player in 2023
EHA’s Fairest & Best Award in 2023
4th Highest Goal Scorer for EHA
Represented Esperance in the CBH Country Womens Championship for Masters Div 2, which won the Championship.
Fairest & Best Award for CBH Womens Country Championship
Represented WA in the National Masters Championships (045 WA Masters Team)
Awarded Myrna Bosio O45s Team Contribution Award.

Horizon Power Sports Star

Jayme Bergman

Director of Education for Esperance Goldfield Surf Life Saving Club
Competitor for EGSLS
Competitor for Emus Hockey Club
Co-managers the Hockey Canteen
Coaches the Minky program
Overall Female Winner of the Margaret River Ultra Marathon – 1st in her age category, 4th fastest across the line, earning free entry to the Surf Coast Century in Anglesea, Victoria.
Overall Female Winner of the Surf Coast Century – 1st for her age category, 8th fastest across the line.

Reece Griffiths

Vice Captain of the A Grade Newtown Cricket Club
Esperance Cricket Association Cricketer of the Year
Newtown Cricket Club Cricketer of the Year
Newtown Cricket Club Batting Average Winner
Newtown Cricket Club Batting Aggregate
Represented Esperance Cricket Association at WA Country Week placing 3rd in the competition, awarded Runner Up Player of the Week.
Streamer Screamer, Winner of the Summer Edition
Selected for the Southern Smash State 20/20 Competition
Committee Member, umpire and coach for the Esperance Football Club
Esperance Football Club Coaches Award
Umpire for Esperance Basketball Association
Captain of the Bulldogs A Grade Basketball Team
Represented EDFA at WA Country Week

Terri Herbert

Senior player for Condingup Womens Hockey Club
Condingup Hockey Club Presidents for the past 6 years
Secretary for the Esperance Hockey Association since 2022
Organised and coached the GoldStix Junior program at Condingup Primary School
Accredited with Foundation Support Coach Certification through Hockey WA
Senior Umpire
Accredited with Foundation Lead Umpire through Hockey WA.
Grand Final player in 2023
EHA’s Fairest & Best Award in 2023
4th Highest Goal Scorer for EHA
Represented Esperance in the CBH Country Womens Championship for Masters Div 2, which won the Championship.
Fairest & Best Award for CBH Womens Country Championship
Represented WA in the National Masters Championships (045 WA Masters Team)
Awarded Myrna Bosio O45s Team Contribution Award.

Rachel McDonald

Scaddan Opening Day Ladies winner
Scaddan Ladies Pairs Championship winner
Scaddan Ladies Triples Championship runner up
Scaddan Ladies Fours Championship runner up
Scaddan Singles Championship runner up
Scaddan Mixed Pairs Championship winner

Member of the South East Coastal Bowling team for the Inter League Round Robin Fours that placed 3rd in this competition.
Selected and played in the Inter League Round Robin Pairs for the South East Coastal team placing 3rd
Selected and played for the Southern Zone winning the Inter Zone Fours.
Selected and played for the Southern Zone at the Inter Zone Pairs.
Selected and played in the Country V Metro (all Star), Country didn’t win however Rachel’s team won their rink 18-15.
Selected in the WA Bowls Academy Squad
Squash player
Plays A reserves Basketball
Captain/Coach and Highest Goal Scorer (team) for Esperance Hockey
Trainer for men’s hockey team who won the Grand Final.
Senior and U17s Hockey umpire and mentor

Nicholas Crane

Qualified Level 2 umpire and Level 1 Coach
Co-ordinated and organised regional games for training prior to Country Week
Played for Rams Hockey Club who were minor premiers 2023
Joint Fairest & Best senior male
Highest Mens Goal Scorer

Rani Smart

Team member of Gibson Football Club Womens Team
Best on Ground Round 1 ANZAC Day
Polled umpire votes in 11 or 12 games
Won Gibson FC Fairest and Best Award
Won EDFA Fairest and Best Award
Won Premiership with Gibson FC
Social Tennis player

Lilly Dalton

2023 Most Valuable Player ENA Division 1
Fairest and Best Grand Final Player Division 1
Selected into the Open 1 Premiership Team representing Esperance at Great Southern Regional Championships
Selected in the EDFA Country Champs team that played in October

Horizon Power Sports Star of the Year

Richard Bourne

League player for Esperance Bulldogs
Awarded EDFA Hepburn Medal 2023 (based on Umpires votes)
Awarded Footballer of the Year (voted by all Coaches in EDFA)
Coached under 10s Junior Football
Assisted in umpiring and boundary umpiring
Division 1 player for Esperance Blazing Bulldogs Basketball team who won the 2023 Grand Final
Awarded the 2022/23 Grand Final MVP, 2023 Highest Score, 2023 Esperance Basketball Association MVP.
Award MVP for Division 3 in the Mens Nutrient Country Football Championships
Selected for the WA All Stars Football Team

IGO Service to Sport Award Recipients

Julie Kirkup – Esperance Tennis Club
Murray Scheer – Esperance District Football Association
Kerry Polkinghorne – Esperance Soccer Association
Jan Fiegert – South East Bowling League
Kerry Magagnotti – Esperance Netball Association
Erica Austen – Esperance Netball Association
Rachel Norwood – Esperance Hockey Association
Angela Hill – Esperance Hockey Association
Justine McDonald – Esperance Hockey Association
Sandy Davies – Esperance Junior Cricket Association
Allan ‘Doogsy’ Jones – Esperance Bulldogs Football Club
Kim Thornton – Esperance Bulldogs Football Club

2022 Nominations & Winners

Southern Ports Junior Sports Star Nominations

Chloe Seivwright

Chloe plays Womens A grade player for Esperance Basketball Association and Coaches a Junior Team, she was also selected for Senior Country Championships.  Some of her achievements this year include Runner Up MVP for Junior Basketball in A Grade girls, MVP for her Junior team.  This year playing for Ports FC she was awarded the Association runner up MVP.

Kostya Dalyight

Plays for Gibson FC, some of his highlights this year have been winning the Tom Quinlivin Medal at Great Southern Carnival, and being named best player for Esperance in Kulin.

He was selected for Country All Stars at CBH Colts Carnival from where he was selected for the CBH Colt side from this he was selected to train with Swan Districts and Claremont for the following Season.

Zane Garraway

As a member of the Esperance Motor Cross some of Zanes achievements include winning Club Champion for 250cc 13-16yrs, and 2nd in Club Champion 125CC, he was the joint winner of Robbie Austin Award – Junior Club Member of the Year.  He completed at WA Junior State Motocross Championship (WAMX) and represents Esperance in the 14MX Development Team.  Zane also competed for Esperance Junior Fire Brigade some of his achievement include being awarded Esperance Junior Champion Firefighter of the Year, Goldfields Zone Championships Runner Up Champion Firefighter, Kellerberin Regional Championships Champion Fireman and WA State Junior Fire Brigade Championships

Charlie Bartlett

Charlie rode for Esperance Motocross some of his accomplishments this year include winning EMCC Championships 125CC Juniors, 2nd EMCC Championships 250CC Juniors, he was the Joint Winner of Robbie Austin Award – Junior Club Member of the Year.  He also competed at WAMX State Motocross Championship Series as both a Junior and Senior and represents Esperance in the 14MX Development Team.  In football for Gibson FC he was selected to play up into Colts division, and for Esperance Basketball Association he was the highest scorer for his age group.

Molly Mackenzie

As a player for the Esperance Netball Association some of Molly’s accomplishments have included being selected for Division 2 All Stars Team, selected to represent Esperance in U16s at regional level and selection for the U16s Regional Team to represent Great Southern for the State Cup in Perth.  Molly was also awarded MVP for her Junior Team.

Koopa Walsh

Koopa plays football and basketball some of his achievements have been Runner Up Fairest & Best Newtown-Condingup FC U16s, he was selected for to play League for NCFC and won a Premiership.  He was also selected for Subiaco Futures and was Vice Captain for the team, represented WA State U16s, and selected to play in Subiaco Colts team.  Koopa plays A Grade basketball and was awarded Year 10 Team Fairest & Best, Association Year 10 Fairest & Best, Fairest & Best for Talent Development Team and Association Year 11 Fairest & Best.

Winner Southern Ports Junior Spots Star

 southern ports winner

Jordanae Leitu

Jordanae has many achievements in Basketball and Netball, her highlights include selection for the Breakers Talent Development Squad, being awarded Y7/8 MVP for her Team, the Association, Breakers Talent Development Squad and for the Grand Final and was also the Yr 7/8 Highest Point Scorer.  She captained Breakers at both State and Regional Competitions and has been selected for Basketball WAs U14s Country State Team, the Great Southern Team and has been Invited to U14s Future Development Program.  In Netball she has been selected for the Talent Program for the Great Southern, to train as part of the Great Southern State team which has lead to a position on the team.  She has played at the Fuel & Go Championship in Perth, Association Championships in Albany and Country Week for EACS.

DLGSC Team Sports Star Nomination & Winners


14 MX Development Team

Noah Thomas, Ryan Forbes, Zane Garraway, Charlie Bartlett, Tyron van der Walt (posthumous) Alec Watkins.

Some of the achievements this year for 14 MX Development Team have been 14MXD Boot Camps and Clinics, the completed Esperance Motorcycle Club 2022 Club Championship Results, WAMX Western Australian State Motocross Championship (Junior and Senior), the where also eligible for the Australian Junior & Senior Motocross Championship over east but unable to travel.

Horizon Power Sports Star of the Year Nominations

Natalie House

Natalie plays for Ports Football Club, some of her achievements include Runner Up Fairest & Best for Ports FC, EDFA Runner Up Fairest & Best. She was selected to play AFLW for Swan Districts FC and made finals selection, during their season was awarded Best on Ground twice and selected for Swans Senior Women Development Reserves and awarded Best on Ground Award.  Nominated for AFLW draft which lead to an invitation from WC Eagles to train on. Represented Esperance at the Nutrient Ag Country Champs, Rio Tinto division, and awarded Best on Ground, Overall Fairest & Best, selected for Allstars Team and selected for WA State Country team

Tom Edwards

Some of Tom’s sporting achievements as a player for Esperance Hockey Association include being awarded the Fairest & Best for the third season in a row, Captained the Premiership team & is the Association Mens Captain, Has attended Mens Regional Country Week, an invaluable umpire for both Juniors and Senior and a member of EHA Umpire Panel

Zoe Gibson

Some of Zoes sporting achievement as a player for Esperance Hockey Association include being awarded the Association Womens Fairest & Best, Premiership player for Bacchus, Womens Regional Country Week and played in the Premiership team for the Challenge Cup.

Rachel McDonald

As a player for Esperance Hockey Association some of Rachels achievements include being awarded highest goal score for Bacchus Team which she captained and coached and  the Association highest goal scorer.  Captained the winning team for Challenge Cup to a minor premiership and Grand Final Premiership.  Also in Lawn Bowls she has represented Esperance in Inter League 4s in Katanning and Inter League pairs in Kulin, her team won the Esperance Professions Day, Scaddan Ladies Singles Champion, she was Invited to attend Southern Bowling Zone Country Coaching Enrichment Scheme and played in the Grand Final Winning Team of the South East Coastal Ladies Pennants

Horizon Power Sports Star of the Year Winner


Regan Morris

Plays for Newtown-Condingup Football Club, some of his achievements this year have included, Runner Up Fairest & Best – Hepburn Medal, Freddy Curnow Footballer of the Year, Dale Fisher Medal – NCFC Fairest & Best League Player, NCFC Clubs Most Consistent League Player, Berwyn Davies Medal Winner - Best of Ground in the League Grand Final. Selection for the EDFA All Stars Team of the Year 2022, EDFA Best on Ground in the Belt Up Round 2022.

IGO Service to Sports Awards

Adelina Timms – Esperance Netball Association

The junior committee started the season without a President this year. But still with a wonderful group of volunteers. While past committee members were still available to assist in setting up the season, there was one who has been on the EJNA committee for many years stayed on the committee this season in doing so much to ensure junior netballers still had a safe and enjoyable environment to be able to play the sport we all love. She has 4 children, a full time job and still managed to complete all of her volunteered tasks (score sheets, vote cards) as well as reminding the committee each week of tasks that needed to be done to ensure the smooth running of the season.

Once this season, she even had to jump on a game to umpire (and while she isn’t a regular umpire) did a lovely job.

Addie has played netball for a long time in Esperance and we know does a lot for her club Newtown Netball also.

Niccole Cooper – Esperance Hockey Association

This year and over the past few years Niccole has been the Esperance Hockey Association’s President in 2021 and 2022, a Junior committee member, Turf Feasibility committee member.  She has coached Under 17’s and Co-ordinated the Grade.  Niccole is a Junior & Senior Umpire and is a mentor to Junior Umpires. A captain and coach as well as delegate for her own team in the Senior competition.  Niccole has coached teams and umpired, as well as been involved in the overall organisation of Narrogin Junior Carnival and has attended many Women’s Regional Country Week often as team captain.

On top of this, she is always willing and able to put her hand up to help out with anything hockey. She is a calm, level headed leader, approachable and has a good rapport with players, coaches, umpires and spectators alike.

Fiona McDonald - Esperance Netball Association

Fiona has bought a new level of professionalism to our sport and committee.  She has ensured that ENA has a strong governance and facilitated the updates of our constitution and by-laws, along with documenting our policies and procedures.  Discussion on committee is encouraged and decisions made with a level head and determination to ensure fairness.

Fiona is no longer playing but has picked up the whistle and umpires both within the association and for the association at regional tournaments.  She was this year selected to be an umpie at the Netball State Cup.

Fiona represents ENA on a number of committees including EDRA, Great Southern Netball Association and was heavily involved in the winding up of the Goldfields Regional committee with our move to the Great Southern Region, being a member of the Great Southern Working Group.

Fiona is passionate about women’s sport and in particular women supporting each other in sport.  She is empathetic, encouraging and in her catch cry “Plays like a Girl!”

Awards Night Photos

2022 Awards Night Photos will be uploaded shortly.

Previous Sports Star Winners




Service to Sport Awards

sports star

sports star 2

sport star 3

Hall of Fame

  • Jill Bower - 2003
  • Graham Mackenzie - 2004
  • Julian Gardner - 2005
  • Ken Guest (Dec) - 2006
  • Selma Holthouse - 2007
  • Wendy Harkness - 2008
  • Kenneth (Paddy) Rule - 2009
  • Kathleen & Graham Donovan - 2013
  • Kevin Hall – 2014
  • Gail Anderson – 2017
  • Mike Vickers - 2019
  • Shane Tobin - 2021
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