East Loddon P-12 College

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East Loddon Sports Hall of Fame

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At East Loddon we have a strong history of students performing sports at an elite level, from local sports to state and international level in a range of disciplines.

In order to recognise this, one of the final acts of long term P.E. teacher John Clyne before his retirement was to create the "East Loddon P12 College Sporting Hall of Fame".

A great thing about the inducted members is the range of sports that have been displayed and the level of achievement including national teams and world records that have been achieved by students from 'the school in the paddock'.


Members of the East Loddon P12 College Sports Hall of Hame:


Ken Sheldon: Australian Rules football - 132 games, 170 goals for Carlton,  53 games & 24 goals for St. Kilda, 1979, '81 & '82 Premierships with Carlton (famous for kicking goal following Wayne Harmes' infamous kick, chase and tap in from the boundary line), coach of St. Kilda 1991 - '93

Cherie O'Donoghue: Australian rodeo champion:  7 time Australian All Round Cow Girl, 5 time Australian breakaway roping champion, 5 time Australian pro tour barrel racing champion (as at August 2023)

Bryan Jolly: Judo: Oceania Champion 2012-17, Youth Olympics 2014, World Championships – U18, U21, Open 2013 -2018, 10 x National Champion

Alyce Falls: Ultimate Frisbee - Australian Team, Australian U19 Youth Championshipships 2015, Australian Div. 2 Women's Championships 2016, Woeld Junior Championships 2016, Australian Mixed Championships 2018, Australian Under 22 Ultimate Championships 2018

Georgia Welsh: Kettle Bells - Australian representative, multiple World Champion, multiple world record holder. 2016 World Championships, Denmark - Bronze Medallist,  World Chamionships Milan, 2017, World Championships 2018 Spain - gold medal - 16 kg. one arm long-cycle (OALC), gold 30 min. half marathon; gold medal in 12 kg. 60 min. full marathon (OALC). Bendigo Sportsmen’s Association fourth quarterly Junior Sports Star, 2017.