This semester has been a busy term at Wallerawang Public School in representative sport both individual and team.
The school has seen some outstanding results, with students progressing through PSSA sport demonstrating the skill and sportsmanship that is the true spirit of Wang.
"It started in the summer months with swimming where we had many of our long-standing school records broken as the talented youngsters progressed from district to Western, with Charlotte Della Bosca and Lowan Francis qualifying for the state swimming trials in Sydney," principal Jenny Lamborn said.
The girls relay team in which Charlotte was a competitor placed fourth narrowly missing a medal.
It was then to Western Basketball trials, and with COVID restrictions still in place the students faced the trials without parent support as part of the Lithgow District Team.
"Both Curtis Brown and Lowan Francis were successful in making the Western team and after a successful tournament at Terrigal, Curtis was named most valued player," she said.
After a delay due to the snow the students headed to Geurie for Cross Country after successfully qualifying at Lake Wallace.
"Jaxxon Woolsey after a dash for the finish line was successful in gaining a place at the state trials in term three," Ms Lamborn said.
It was then off to Tamworth for Max Alexander and Curtis Brown representing as a part of the Western Region rugby league team at the state trials.
It was the most successful Western team in many years placing sixth, Curtis was again voted most valued player.
"Congratulations to all the students at Wallerawang Public School who always give their best in all that they do and are proud to represent our wonderful school where every student is known, valued and cared for," she said.
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