Adrian Kelly receives his College Blue award from Coffs Harbour Senior College sports co-ordinator Wade Newton.
Adrian Kelly receives his College Blue award from Coffs Harbour Senior College sports co-ordinator Wade Newton.

Adrian earns a true blue award

COFFS Harbour Senior College student Adrian Kelly has received a College Blue Award for his achievements as a squash player.

The Blue was presented by sports co-ordinator Wade Newton who said 17-year-old Adrian, currently in Year 12 studying for his HSC, is looking to have a successful 2010 playing his chosen sport.

“Adrian was selected in the North Coast CHS boys open squad with an individual seeding of No 2 on the team,” Newton said.

“He is very much a team player and helped North Coast to win the championships before being selected as No 3 seed in the New South Wales CHS open boys squash team.”

Adrian was part of the Coffs Harbour Senior College squash team that won the current NSW CHS championship and he now holds NSW ranking of No 12 in the under-17 boys division announced in November last year.

“As a committed team player and individual, Adrian is steadily climbing the squash ladder in Australia,” Newton added.

“The college states his behaviour as excellent with a strong sense of sportsmanship.

“He takes pride in his dress and is a thoughtful young man who aspires to do his best at all times and we are pleased to acknowledge the commitment and hard training that has earned him the North Coast Blue.”



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