About the Victorian School Sports Awards

The 2019 Victorian School Sports Awards, which recognise excellence across all categories of major school sports, were announced on Friday 20 March 2020.

A total of 55 awards – including 49 Sporting Blue Awards – were presented to recognise students who excelled in their chosen sport, and to teachers who made an outstanding contribution to school sport in 2019.

For a full list of award winners, and videos about this year’s Outstanding Sporting Achievement primary and secondary school recipients, visit School Sport Victoria

Sporting excellence on show

Rising ice hockey star, Dylan Brooks, and national Taekwondo champion, Reba Stewart were both presented with Outstanding Sporting Achievement Awards.

Dylan is one of Australia’s most talented young ice hockey players; having represented Victoria in the National Hockey Championships two years in a row and winning back-to-back gold medals. Dylan was chosen to play inline hockey for Australia at the Junior Olympic Games in Hawaii, winning silver and bronze. Dylan also made the Australian Ice Crocs team and recently travelled to Quebec in Canada to compete in the 61st International Pee Wee Hockey Tournament.

In 2018, Reba held the title of Australian National Champion in Taekwondo and represented Australia in the World Championship team that competed in Manchester. In 2019, Reba took on six weeks of international competition, travelling over 33,000km and representing Australia in the Korean Open, Pacific Games and Oceania Championships, bringing home two gold medals. Between August and October of 2019, Reba was ranked the highest female fighter in Taekwondo for her age group in the world.

To view full videos about Dylan and Reba, visit:

Victorian School Sports Award Winners page

News from the Victorian School Sports Awards

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