Physie club wins national places
Woy Woy Recreational Physical Culture Club had a successful year last year.
The club had 28 national competitors, 16 junior, seven senior and five women representatives.
Out of the 28 competitors, Woy Woy Physie had 11 national finalists who made it to the top 15 in Australia.
Those top 15 competed for one of five places and this year Woy Woy Physie had six national placegetters.
Teacher Ms Kristy Stephen said she couldn't be more thrilled with the results.
Laura Vilensky was the National Champion in the 15 years section in the Senior National Finals on Sunday, December 4.
Bec Bennett was the National Champion in the first year Ladies National Finals on Wednesday, November 2.
Hollie Synnott placed third in the over-17 second year Senior National Finals on Sunday, December 4.
Shenae Northey placed fourth in the over-18 Novice Senior National Finals on Sunday, December 4.
Georgia Riley placed second in the 10 years section at the Junior National Finals on Sunday, November 27.
Kristy Stephen placed fifth in the under-33 years Ladies National Finals on Wednesday, November 2.
The club also performed well in the National Teams Competitions in November at the State Sports Centre in Homebush.
The club recorded a first place in the 5-6 year age group, a second place in the 7-8 year age group, a fourth place in the 9-10 year age group, a fifth place in the 11-12 year age group, a first place and overall champion in the 15-16 year age group, a third place in the second year seniors class, a first place in the first year ladies class and in the second year ladies class and a fourth place in the under-33 years class.
"I'm one very proud teacher and so are the other two teachers Robyn Stephen and Tracey Bradley,' said Ms Stephen.