Swimmer bags top Maori prize
Young Masterton swimmer Isaac Foote bagged the top prize at the Wairarapa Maori sports awards on Thursday night, in a swimming dominated ceremony.
Foote was named overall winner at the ray-ban Masterton Town Hall event, as well as picking up the prize for best junior male athlete.
Foote is the current Masterton Swim Club captain and a member of the national swim development ray-ban team. This year he won gold at the Waikato open water championships and also grabbed a bronze at the national open water swimming champs.
The women’s junior winner was Talia Hullena of St Matthew’s Collegiate, who plays senior netball and is the current Swim Wairarapa champion for her age.
The two primary school winners were Kendall Peterson, winner of 13 gold medals for his age group at the Wairarapa swimming championships, and Emma Samuel, Masterton Swimming Club and New Zealand swimming development s ray-ban quad member.
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