Sports Awards 2017


We are proud that our pupils achieve success in a variety of fields.  Today we celebrated the success of our sports stars.  These were students who won events, and showed sporting potential, at Sports Day - and throughout the year.

Awardees were as follows:

Dunluce School Annual Sports Award Ceremony

SPORTS DAY ATHLETIC CHAMPIONS

Year 8 Boys’ Champion       Dylan Johnston
Year 8 Girls’ Champion        Molly Parke
Year 9 Boys’ Champion       Reece Dunlop
Year 9 Girls’ Champion       Aimee Dinsmore
Year 10 Boys’ Champion    Will McNeill
Year 10 Girls’ Champion     Rebecca Warke
Year 11 Boys’ Champion     Marclee Goldie
Year 11 Girls’ Champion      Holly Adair


HOCKEY AWARDS
Most promising player in Year 8  Shannon McLaughlin
Most promising player in Year 9  Milli McKay

NETBALL AWARDS
Most promising Year 8 Player                 Cassie Campbell
Most promising Year 10 Player              Jamie Murphy
Most promising Year 11 Player               Holly Adair

DANCE AWARDS                         
Katie Parke,   Molly Parke,  Louise Gault,   Milli McKay        

FOOTBALL AWARDS
Most promising Junior Player    Cameron Black
Most promising Senior Player   Marclee Goldie
Most promising Female Player  Aimee Dinsmore

SPECIAL AWARDS

McElderry Shield (Excellence in Games and PE from Years 9, 10 & 11)
Luis Eakin & Rebecca Warke

McClelland Shield (Excellence in Games and PE  in Year 8)
Cassie Campbell & Gavin Morrison

The Adjey Trophy  (Endeavour in PE)
Abbie Clarke

Sports Trophy (Outstanding Commitment in Games)   
Jack Douglas

Duke of Edinburgh expedition award            
Sam Colgan & Joel McIntyre


HOUSE CHAMPIONSHIP CUP :  Runkerry

 

A big thank you should be given to our Physical Education staff, Mr Parker and Mrs Muldoon, for the work they put into the sporting aspect of Dunluce.  And also to the other members of staff who, throughout the year, help our pupils achieve their potential on the sports field.