The Sports Star winners. Photo: Deanna Millard / Warwick Daily News
The Sports Star winners. Photo: Deanna Millard / Warwick Daily News Deanna Millard

Stars impress at special night

THEY all delighted a crowd of 150 with their hopes and thoughts on sport when interviewed during the Daily News/Warwick Credit Union Junior Sports Star of the Month awards on Monday night.

Football star Talitha Doro wants to play for the Matildas one day, while swimmer Bronte Collins is eyeing off more hard work as she aims to compete over longer freestyle distances.

Squash player Jason Anderson wants more state championship action, and Declan Starasts spoke of the imposing challenge to mark a 115kg basketballer from Rockhampton.

Selena Madsen talked about her horse All Bling like a great mate, and golfer Sam Foley recalled being told when she beat older women in the country championships that she should have been at school.

Matthew Denny spoke of daily training for field events, while Sarah Odgen has no plans to move from the action spot of goal attack in netball.

Jesse Simon might be small but he is an athlete on a mission. He likes all distances, but the 800m is his speciality.

Harriet Hudson's mother Louise spoke of the Australian rowing team dreams of her daughter, while Jason Steketee reckons his brother Mark won't forget the experience of bowling to India captain MS Dhoni in the nets in England last year.


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