(Image: Brij Ingrey after win at Cypress Lakes Golf Club)
The Hunter Academy of Sport (HAS) has had yet another great few weeks of success, with many athletes gaining selection and winning major tournaments throughout the state.
Golfer Brij Ingrey won the Cypress Lakes Golf and Country Club Men's Club Championship.
With a two-shot lead going into the final round, Brij ended up winning by seven shots - an outstanding achievement for a 14 year old competing in an all-age event.
Triathlete Emily Fortunaso- Klocker placed seventh at the School Sport Australia Triathlon Championships, a nationwide race hosted by Queensland Sport on the Sunshine Coach.
The under-16 Sydney Swans and GIANTS AFL female academy sides have been announced ahead of the upcoming academy series in Blacktown.
The two sides were selected following the Your Local Club Academy Games, hosted in the Hunter last month, and will travel to Sydney for matches against each other on May 25 and June 2.
Hunter Academy of Sport is lucky enough to be represented by AFL athlete Sophie Clancy, who was selected from the tournament to play for the Sydney Swans.
Another of the HAS AFL stars, Tahlia Thompson, was selected in the under-18 AFL NSW/ACT Rams youth girls squad after two, two-day trials in Canberra and Sydney.
The squad had their training camp earlier this month in Coffs Harbour ahead of the upcoming 2019 AFL Women's Under-18 Championships. The Rams won all three matches against Northern Territory, Brisbane Lions and Gold Coast Academies.