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Two winners

l to r - Senior winner Chantal Duffy and Junior winner Rebecca Heape 

 

 Results of the Queensland State Finals, held on Saturday 6th July 2019 in the main auditorium at Waterford Place, cnr Water and Quarry Streets, SPRING HILL.

Juniors

 

l to r: Charlie Fraser, Saachi Hira, Rebecca Heape, Jacinta Franettovich, Alannah Falvo, William Ames

 

   Six juniors
     

 Seniors

 

l to r:

Chantal Duffy, Sithmi Konara, Natalia Loukas, Michael Morrison

Mackenzie Diprose, Tim Little

  Six seniors 
     

 

 


2019 Queensland State winners and finalists:

JUNIORS      
William Ames St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane Inspiring a better future Runner-up
Alannah Falvo St Stephen's Catholic College, Cairns Inspiring a better future  
Jacinta Franettovich Mercy College, Mackay Trailblazers  
Charlie Fraser Cannon Hill Anglican College, Brisbane Inspiring a better future  
Rebecca Heape Mount Gravatt State High School, Brisbane Inspiring a better future Winner
Saachi Hira Townsville Grammar School, Townsville Timing is everything  
       
SENIORS      
Mackenzie Diprose St Joseph's College, Toowoomba Front and Centre  
Chantal Duffy All Hallows' School, Brisbane The key to something beautiful Winner
Sithmi Konara Rockhampton Grammar School, Rockhampton The key to something beautiful  
Natalia Loukas St Monica's College, Cairns The Hunt for glory  
Tim Little Iona College, Brisbane The hunt for glory  
Michael Morrison Pimlico State High School, Townsville The last piece of the puzzle Runner-up


 

At the National Finals held in Perth on 28 July 2018 our two representatives were outstanding.

Our Queensland junior finalist Suki Wallace from Indooroopilly State High School won the National Final and is now the 2018 Australian Junior champion.

Our senior finalist, Noah Hayes from St Patrick's College in Mackay, also did Queensland proud by coming third in the Senior National Final.  Hearty congratulations to Suki and Noah.

2018 RVoY national winners

l to r - Meg Olsson, Suki Wallace, Noah Hayes, Ian Olsson 

 

 Results of the Queensland State Finals, held on Saturday 7th July 2018 in the main auditorium at Waterford Place, cnr Water and Quarry Streets, SPRING HILL.

Juniors

 

Winner:

Suki Wallace, Indooroopilly State High School, Brisbane

Runner-up: 

William Ames, St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane

   Juniors 2018
     

 Seniors

 

Winner:  

Noah Hayes, St Patrick's College, Mackay 

Runner-up: 

Chantal Duffy, All Hallows School, Brisbane

  Seniors 2018 
     

 

 


2018 Queensland State finalists:

JUNIORS    
William Ames St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane A Wonderful Legacy
Isabella Bostock Ayr State High School, Ayr Waste Not, Want Not
Tapas Dahal Trinity Bay State High School, Cairns Turning Point
Kayden Forbutt AB Patterson College, Gold Coast Not as Crazy as People Think
Abbie Moseling St John's Lutheran School, Kingaroy Turning Point
Harshitha Peddireddy Rockhampton Grammar School, Rockhampton A Wonderful Legacy
Suki Wallace Indooroopilly State High School, Indooroopilly   Turning Point
     
SENIORS    
Chantal Duffy All Hallows School, Brisbane Paint Beautiful Pictures
Paris Hall St Margaret's Anglican Girls School, Brisbane Escape the Everyday
Noah Hayes St Patrick's College, Mackay Escape the Everyday
Grace Malone St Joseph's College, Toowoomba It Started with Words
Jack Miller St Augustine's College, Cairns Knowledge is power
Matthew Newell Pimlico State High School, Townsville It Started with Words
Lara Triscott Brisbane Girls Grammar School, Brisbane It Started with Words

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Rostrum will not be hosting heats for Voice of Youth in Queensland in 2022.

To see the results of the 2019 Rostrum Voice of Youth competition in Queensland, click here.

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Stop PressRostrum Queensland congratulates our two state winners, who enjoyed such great success in the National Final, held in Brisbane on 29 July.

Chantal Duffy - National Winner in the Junior competition

Matisse Reed - National Runner-up in the Senior competition

2017 RVOY winners

 

 

Results of the Queensland State Finals, held on Saturday 1st July 2017 in the main auditorium at Waterford Place, cnr Water and Quarry Streets, SPRING HILL.

Juniors

 

Winner:

Chantal Duffy, All Hallows School, Brisbane 

   

Runner-up: 

Luke Ames, St Joseph's College, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane

   

 Seniors

 

Winner:  

Matisse Reed, St Monica's College, Cairns 

   

Runner-up: 

Helena Blankestyn, Kimberley College, Logan City

   

 

 


2017 Queensland State finalists:

JUNIORS    
Najwa Adams Moura State High School Freedom at last
Luke Ames St Joseph's College. Gregory Terrace Raising the bar
Chantal Duffy All Hallows School, Brisbane Ready to soar
Alyssia Guy Burdekin Catholic High School, Ayr Brace for impact
Shaun Thomas Cairns State High School Generator for change
Chloe Wilks St John's Lutheran School, Kingaroy Generator for change
     
SENIORS    
Helena Blankestyn Kimberley College, Carbrook A hollow victory
Taia Favale Burdekin Catholic High School, Ayr Uncharted territory
Lara Humadi Craigslea State High School, Brisbane Uncharted territory
Banuka Ralapanawa The Rockhampton Grammar School  A mental challenge
Matisse Reed St Monica's College, Cairns Knowledge is power
Alexis Thomas Bribie Island State High School The Net effect

The standard at the National Competition was extremely high and Banuka Ralapanawa from The Rockhampton Grammar School and Anisa Nandaula from Runcorn State High School represented Queensland with distinction.

State Final

Some of the statistical highlights:

- Number of Qld entrants - 665 (up from 485 last year)
- Number of Qld schools - 138 (Government Schools, 64 and Non Government Schools, 74)
- Number of Juniors - 398
- Number of Seniors - 267
- Over 40 first round heats held across Queensland

Special thanks go to the Rostrum clubs which fund-raised to cover costs especially for the regional areas. Thanks to Katrina Van De Ven for organising the very successful Trivia Night. Many thanks also to Steve Minnikin MP who arranged for us to use the Parliamentary Annexe and who eloquently addressed us at the State Final Dinner.

Here are a few photos from the State Final

 

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Junior Competitors with Steve Minnikin MP and Chris Horacek Queensland Rostrum State President Senior Competitors with Steve Minnikin MP and Chris Horacek Queensland Rostrum State President 
 
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