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? THE Morning Bulletin's 2005 Senior and Junior Sport Stars for November are riding to the top of their respective sports.
Rockhampton sporting allrounder Todd Russell has captured The Morning Bulletin/Frenchville Sports Club Junior Sport Star November award.
Competing for the Yeppoon Surf Life Saving Club, Russell won silver in his swim, board and ironman events at the North Australian Championships in Mackay.
It capped off a big year for the Glenmore State School Year 7 student who also represented Capricornia in rugby league, swimming and cross country.
Champion Rockhampton bull rider Stuart Frame is The Morning Bulletin/CHR Senior Sport Star November award winner.
Frame cleaned up at the CRCA (Central Rodeo Cowboys Association) grand finals, winning the all-round cowboy title.
He also won the bull ride and bareback events, along with rookie all-round and bareback honours.
The Morning Bulletin 2005 Sport Star of the Year Awards are in the final stretch and now is your last chance to help decide our final monthly winner.
If you know someone who achieved in their chosen sport during the month of December simply email details, including their name, whether they are in the junior or senior category, and their achievements, to email@example.com or fax 4930?4366. Nominations close at 5pm on Monday, January 16.
The presentation dinner is at the Frenchville Sports Club on Saturday, February 4 and all tickets must be purchased before Friday, January 27.