Kelly Wealth Economics Competition in association with Business Liaison Association (BLA) 2016

2 November 2016

It is with great pleasure that we announce the winners for the Business Liaison Association and the Kelly Wealth Economics Competition for 2016. All entries received were of an excellent standard, once again showcasing the outstanding work of students in our region. 

Year 11

Winner – $200 – Matthew Cornes, St. Augustine’s College

Runner Up – $150 – Krystal Laifoo, Cairns State High School

Encouragement Awards –

$75 – Joel Atkins, St. Augustine’s College

$75 – Nathan Richardson, Cairns State High School

 

Year 12

Winner – $200 – Munjeet Kaur, Cairns State High School

Runner Up – $150 – Raman Subbarethinam, Cairns State High School

Encouragement Awards –

$75 – James Anwyl, Cairns State High School

$75 – Samantha Hamilton, Cairns State High School

 

Congratulations once again to all students who entered.

We are very proud of our association with BLA and the outstanding efforts by all involved.

For more information about the BLA and their unique role in linking education and industry, visit www.bla.org.au

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