Montague "Monty" Porter (1935–2011) was an Australian premiership winning and state representative rugby league footballer of the 1950s and 1960s. He was a second rower with the St. George Dragons during their eleven-year premiership winning run from 1956 to 1966, playing in six grand finals. Monty was also the Cronulla Sharks first captain in 1967.
Jayden Brailey and Ashleigh Nisbet both make Australian Schoolboys side in 2014
Dubai August 2014 : Australian centre Isaac Humphries broke the record for most points per game at the Fiba Under-17 World Championship in an 85-79 final group-stage defeat to Canada at Al Ahli Arena .
Humphries top-scored with 41 points and 19 rebounds, surpassing the previous best of 37 set by South Korea’s Heo Hoon against Lithuania in 2012 Here is a Isaac Humphries Video
Abbeys Cronulla team have won the Under 14 Girls National Club Championship 10-8 over the Polo Bears in a dramatic penalty shootout.
Abbey Simshauser played strongly for Cronulla and scored several times.
Simshauser converted her second through a penalty goal in the fourth,
Simshausers second penalty conversion put Cronulla back in front, before Andrews from the bears powered home her second with one minute remaining to level the score at 5-5 and push the game into a shootout.
As the shooters lined up, Simshauser converted for Cronulla, before goalkeeper Lucy Hull saved the Polo Bears shot. With Cronulla converting their remaining shots, the Polo Bears were unable to reply, ensuring Cronulla the Championship win.
Isaac Humphries, National U/17 Basketball Representative
Our MPF recipient Isaac has recently returned from Melbourne's State Basketball centre with an Oceania FIBA Gold Medal. Isaac represented Australia in the U/17s against New Zealand.
I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I’ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed.
I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed.