Bream Bay Sports Awards

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The night of Friday 6 March was the awards gala for the 2020 Bream Bay Sports Awards. Trigg Construction is proud to support the awards as naming rights sponsor for the third year. The awards celebrate and promote the value of sport, and acknowledge the sporting achievements of residents in the local Bream Bay community.

The night was a fantastic celebration of the achievements of Bream Bay sportsmen and women on the local, national and international sporting stage in their respective disciplines.

Grant Fox (ex-All Black & current All Blacks Selector) was the guest speaker with Glen Taylor (ex-Northland, Blues, All Black) for a very entertaining Q & A session.

Darrell Trigg presented the Supreme Award on behalf of himself, Marlene, and Trigg Construction.

He congratulated all the recipients of the night’s awards for their achievements around the country and world, and their inspiration, courage, dedication and performance.

Some of the winners on the night were:  

 Supreme Award Waipu Premier Rugby 
 Peoples Choice Award Wally Brown Cross fit
 Junior Sportsperson of the Year   Maddy Greatorex Equestrian
 Masters Sportsperson of the Year Fiona Southorn Cycling & Duathlon
 Sportsman of the Year Temo Mayanavanua Rugby

Main Photograph and Photograph of Supreme Award presentation by Peter Davies.

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