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National Youth Festival 2017 - Results

Apr 22 2017

 

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This National Youth Festival and Competition is a four day event, the competitions are a challenging, fast paced and exciting time that is packed full of entertainment and activities designed to engage and stimulate our St John Cadets and spread awareness of the opportunities we provide young people.

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St John is super pleased to confirm the official results of the 2017 National Youth Competitions held in Whanganui on 24 April 2017 at Wanganui College. It was also very pleasing to see that each Region came away with a prize at the National Youth Festival, the results were very close and all of our young people demonstrate outstanding fair play and postive team dynamics which are all essential ingredients to developIing sound leadership and participation attributes. 

The 2017 National Youth Competition Official Results:
Team Code Key:  Nxx = Northern Region, Cxx = Central Region, Sxx = South Island Region

Individual Drill and Inspection - Lady Mountbatten Cup
This trophy was presented by Lady Edwina Mountbatten. Lady Mountbatten Superintendent-in-Chief of St John Nursing Divisions. This trophy is presented for Team Drill and Inspection.  Permission was later granted to name a further trophy after Lady Mountbatten, the second is presented for Individual Drill and Inspection.

1 NBI Blue Alexandria Lim
2 SBI Velociraptors Caitlynn Illingworth
3 SCI Triceratops Nikita Potter

 

Individual Communication - Rolly Nelson Memorial Cup
Presented in 1957 by the Cadets of South Auckland for the runner up Nursing Individual at the Dominion Cadet Competitions. It was presented in honour of Mr Oscar R Nelson, OSTJ, who was the District Ambulance Cadet Officer in Waikato. Fromn 1975 the trophy was awarded for the Champion No.5 team member and is now presented for the winner of the Individual Communication.

1 SBI Velociraptors Caitlynn Illingworth
2 NAI Yellow Mikayla Bourne
3 CDI Crusaline Jordan Haig

 

Individual Test 1 - Allen Wain Memorial Cup
Mrs Enid Gini, CStJ, presented this cup in 1988 in honour of her father, for the winners of the Youth Open Pairs. Mrs Gini was the Regional Youth Officer for the Auckland Region. From 2000 it has been awarded for the winner of the individual event S4.

1 NAI Yellow Mikayla Bourne
2 CDI Crusaline Jordan Haig
3 CAI Pillgrim Mikayla Donohue

 

Individual Test 2 - Barry Cowley Cup
Mr Barry Cowley, KSTJ, presented this cup in 1988 for the runners-up of the Youth Open Pairs. Mr Cowley was the Assistant Director Community Services - Youth. From 2000 it has been awarded for the winner of the individual event S5.

1 SDI Tyrannosaurus Rex Oscar Sergel-Stringer
2 NAI Yellow Mikayla Bourne
3 SBI Velociraptors Caitlynn Illingworth


Individual Test 3 - Monkhouse and Kershaw
Cup
From 2000 it has been awarded for the winner of the individual event S6.

1 CAI Pillgrim Mikayla Donohue
2 CBI Maltese-Sytem Trauma Antonia van den Bemd
3 CDI Crusaline Jordan Haig


Individual Transport - Michael Brooke
Trophy
This trophy was presented to Mr Michael Brooke at the National Youth Festival in 2011 in recognition of his time and contribution as National Youth Director from 1996 to 2010. It is presented to the winner of the individual transport test S2.

1 CBI Maltese-Sytem Trauma Antonia van den Bemd
2 SBI Velociraptors Caitlynn Illingworth
3 CDI Crusaline Jordan Haig


Runner Up Champion Individual - Canterbury Centennial
Shield
The late Mr Wilfred Oliver, SBSTJ, presented this. It was originally for the Individual Dominion Champion Nursing Cadet. In 1975 it became the trophy for the runner-up Individual Champion. Mr Oliver was Superintendent of the Wellington East Ambulance Division.

2 CDI Crusaline Jordan Haig

 
Champion Individual - Bledisloe Cup

Mr Edward Gilbert purchased this silver cup in Christchurch. The cup became the Champion of Champion's cup for Ambulance Cadets for the Canterbury/West Coast/Nelson-Malborough District. George Mapstone was the first winner in 1933. At this time Lord Bledisloe, Governor-General of New Zealand was visiting Christchurch. He was asked to present the up and later offered to defray the cost of it as a gift. Hence the cup became the Bledisloe Cup. In 1935 the Bledisloe Cup became a national trophy competed for at the National Competitions for Champion Individual.

1 NAI Yellow Mikayla Bourne


Team Drill and Inspection - Lady Mountbatten
Cup
This trophy was presented by Lady Edwina Mountbatten. Lady Mountbatten Superintendent-in-Chief of St John Nursing Divisions. This trophy is presented for Team Drill and Inspectio. 
Permission was later granted for a further trophy after Lady Mountbatten, the second is presented for Individual Drill and Inspection.

1 CD Crusaline Laura Campbell-Morrison Gemma Clunie Umasha Gunarathhne Dylan Budge
2 SC Triceratops Ella McClure Hannah Ireland Tim Moule Sean Willetts
3 SD Tyrannosaurus Rex Bridie Kitchin Bria Murray Jamie Simonsen Serenity Bruce

 

Team Communication - Southland Challenge Cup
This trophy was presented for Team Discussions by retired Commissioner of Southland District, Mr J H Pearce, OSTJ, and was first presented in 1981.

1 SC Triceratops Ella McClure Hannah Ireland Tim Moule Sean Willetts Jacob Lewis
2= SD Tyrannosaurus Rex Bridie Kitchin Bria Murray Jamie Simonsen Serenity Bruce Brooke Bennett
2= ND White Joanne Tijono Ashwita Kumar Jasmine Moon Virginia Konelio Elizabeth Gordon

 

Team Test 1 - Team Medical - Marks only

1 NB Blue Katie Naden Elizabeth Gamble Lily Tang Caitlin Lawson
2 CA Pillgrim Ivana Emer Laughlan Smith Taylor Spencer Eimhin O'Shea
3 CD Crusaline Laura Campbell-Morrison Gemma Clunie Umasha Gunarathhne Dylan Budge

 

Team Test 2 - Team Trauma - Marks only

1 CA Pillgrim Ivana Emer Laughlan Smith Taylor Spencer Eimhin O'Shea
2 SC Triceratops Ella McClure Hannah Ireland Tim Moule Sean Willetts
3 CC Jerusa-limb Sasha Patil Savannah Wilmott Cascade Price Caleb Lancaster

 

Aggregate Team First Aid Tests - Valiant Plaque
Presneted in 1958 by the Cadets of South Auckland District, this trophy honors the work with cadets by Mrs Dorothy Yarrall, CSTJ, QSM, JP, who retired as District Officer in Charge of Nursing Cadets.

1 CA Pillgrim Ivana Emer Laughlan Smith Taylor Spencer Eimhin O'Shea
2 NB Blue Katie Naden Elizabeth Gamble Lily Tang Caitlin Lawson
3 CC Jerusa-limb Sasha Patil Savannah Wilmott Cascade Price Caleb Lancaster

 

Team Pairs 1 & 2 - Brooklyn Shield
Presented in 1963 by the Brooklyn (Wellington) Cadet

1 SC Triceratops Ella McClure Hannah Ireland
2 SB Velociraptors Sian Sunckell Jessa Gardner
3 SA Diplodocus Dominic Anisy Mikayla Gillespie

 

Team Pairs 3 & 4 - R B Coomber Rose Bowl
Roderick Brice Cooper was a member of the Oamaru Ambulance Cadet Division who lost his life in a farm tractor accident in 1963. The Rose Bowl was presented by Ambulance Cadets of the Otago District in 1964.

1 NB Blue Lily Tang Caitlin Lawson
2 ND White Jasmine Moon Virginia Konelio
3 NC Red Niamh Curd Dion Hodder

 

Champion Team Leader - Gilberd Cup
Presented in 1935 for Ambulance Cadets it is now awarded for the Champion Team Leader. Mr Edward B Gilbert, QSO, KStJ, was Chief Cadet Officer in 1937-1945 and the founder of Cadets in New Zealand in Whanganui in 1927.

1 SC Triceratops Ella McClure
2 SA Diplodocus Dominic Anisy
3 CA Pillgrim Ivana Emer

 

Champion Number 2 - Rockell Cup
Presented in 1939 for Ambulance members by Mr Ivan Rockwell, MBE, OSTJ. In 1975 this cup became the trophy for the Champion No.2 Team Member

1 NC Red Hannah Bayes
2 ND White Ashwita Kumar
3 SA Diplodocus Mikayla Gillespie

 

Champion Number 3 - Dawson Cup
Sir Bernard Dawson, KBE, MD, FRCS,FRCOG, presented this in 1949 for the Individual Champion Team Leader in the Dominion Cadet Nursing Competitions. In 1975 this became the trophy for the Champion No.3 Team Member.

1 SA Diplodocus Bayley Bennett
2 CC Jerusa-limb Cascade Price
3 ND White Jasmine Moon

 

Champion Number 4 - Dominion Rose Bowl
This trophy was presented in 1950, and was oregionally for Nursing Members. In 1975 it became the trophy for the Champion No.4 Team Member.

1 SD Tyrannosaurus Rex Serenity Bruce
2 ND White Virginia Konelio
3 SC Triceratops Sean Willetts


Champion Emergency - Secretary’s
Trophy
This was donated by Mr Neil McKay, OBE, KSTJ, who served as Chief Secretary 1973-1986

1 NC Red Hannah Jacobson
2 CB Maltese-Sytem Trauma Jess Hill
3 SD Tyrannosaurus Rex Brooke Bennett


Runner up Champion Team - Linen Guild
Cup
The Line Guild Cup was a group of women who supplied home nursing materials anzd supported the Eye Hospital in Jerusalem. The cup was presented for the runner-up to the Barclay Memorial Shield.

2 NB Blue Katie Naden Elizabeth Gamble Lily Tang Caitlin Lawson


Champion Team - Barclay Memorial
Shield
Presented in 1950 by Colonel George Barclays, OBE, KSTJ, for the teams Championship-Nursing Cadets. Colonel Barclay was Chief Commissionor in 1904-1943. The shield has on it all his decorations. From 1975 the shield has been awarded to the Championship Team.

1 SC Triceratops Ella McClure Hannah Ireland Tim Moule Sean Willetts

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Champion Region
South Island Region

On behalf of the St John family we extend to all competitors and also to their managers and supporters a warm and hearty congratulations on a job so inspiringly performed.

To the many volunteer organisers, support crews and to our many sponsors we commend you all for the part you played on providing such an outstanding competition event. We were also very humbled by the strong sense of participation demostrated by all members involved living by and demonstrating our organisational values right throughout the weekend.          

Whanganui is the city where the St John Youth programme was first established in New Zealand on the 2nd of May 1927 and still supports a healthy Youth Division today.

Sincerely,

Sarah Manley
Director – Community Health Services
St John National Headquarters
New Zealand


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Editor| Richard.Hitchcock@stjohn.org.nz