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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2013 Week 3 Hansard (26 February) . . Page.. 770..


AMB best actor in a featured role in a musical was Anthony Rule. The Caphs Restaurant best actress in a featured role in a musical was Stephanie Rodriguez.

The National Capital Motors best actor in a leading role in a play was Jarrad West; the National Capital Motors best actress in a leading role in a play was Naone Carrel. The Teatro Vivaldi best actor in a leading role in a musical award went to Danny Condon and Pete Ricardo; the Teatro Vivaldi best actress in a leading role in a musical was Jenna Roberts.

The Richards Consulting best choreographer was Pauline Young. The Queanbeyan Players best musical director for a school or youth production was Naida Blackley. The Sarah Byrne best musical director was Leisa Keen. The TransACT best director of a school or youth play award went to Kate Price and Nathan Storen. The David Spicer Productions best director of a play was Duncan Ley. The TransACT best director of a school or youth musical award went to Tony Lazzarato and Clare Fealy.

The Stage Whispers best director of a musical or variety show was Wendy Glover. The AMB best production of a school or youth play award went to Chevalier College. The Capital Country Motel best production of a school or youth musical award went to Kinross Wolaroi School. The Shellharbour Village Motel best production of a variety show award went to the Albury Wodonga Theatre Company.

The Recruitment Systems best production of a play award went to Pride and Prejudice by Canberra Rep. The Recruitment Systems best production of a musical award went to Crazy for You by MoonGlow Productions. The John Barilaro MP "In the Spirit of the Community"award went to the Monaro Committee for Cancer Research for Dancing with the Cooma Stars. The Financial Index "Best Contribution (On or Off the Stage) by a Senior"award went to Wayne Shepherd. The ActewAGL gold CAT award went to Romko Hordynsky.

I would also like to acknowledge the winner of the professional development scholarship, generously donated by Mary Porter. The inaugural winner was Pete Ricardo.

I would also, as in previous years, like to acknowledge the board, Dennis Martin, Coralie Wood, Peter Brady, Ian de Landelles, Peter Gordon, Ray King and Don Whitbread; the judges, Edwin Briggs, Barry Casey, Dave Evans, Ian McLean, Chris Neal, Terry O'Connor, Charles Oliver, Stephen Pike, Oliver Raymond, Jacquelyn Richards, Norma Robertson, Rose Shorney, Anne Somes, Bronwyn Sullivan, David Whitbread, Don Whitbread and Coralie Wood; and, finally, the sponsors, ActewAGL, TransACT, the ACT government, National Capital Motors, Westpac, Recruitment Systems, Crowne Plaza Canberra, theglass.com.au, Lerida Estate, Mindfor Studios, Teatro Vivaldi, PWC, Caphs, the Co-op Bookshop, David Spicer Productions, Ryleho Home Solutions, QP, Richards Consulting, Stage Whispers, TAPS Dancewear, Thrifty, Toyota, Answer My Business and iVent.

Tuggeranong Vikings Club amateur sports night

MR WALL (Brindabella) (5.01): On 15 February I had the pleasure of attending the Tuggeranong Vikings Club annual amateur sports awards night. Since 1984 the


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