Award caps off big year for Moseley

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Connor Moseley being presented with his Pararoos International Cap #55 by Head Coach Kai Lammert.
Camera IconConnor Moseley being presented with his Pararoos International Cap #55 by Head Coach Kai Lammert. Credit: Kenny Bower

Rising Pararoos player Connor Moseley has completed a superb year individually, receiving accolades for his performances at national level.

Moseley was awarded the 2019 Young Pararoo of the Year award at the Pararoos awards night in Sydney last week.

Coach of Australia’s under-17 men’s national team the Joeys’ Trevor Morgan presented Moseley with the prestigious award.

Pararoos head coach Kai Lammert also made a special presentation to the Albany-bred striker, officially giving him his #55 international cap.

Connor Moseley being preseneted with the 2019 Young Pararoo of the Year Award by Under-17 Joey's Head Coach, Trevor Morgan.
Camera IconConnor Moseley being preseneted with the 2019 Young Pararoo of the Year Award by Under-17 Joey's Head Coach, Trevor Morgan. Credit: Kenny Bower

It has been a successful year for the Bethel Christian School student, dominating at State level for WA and now receiving high praise among the national team for cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, or symptoms acquired from stroke.

The 16-year-old has made eight national appearances with the Pararoos, scoring six goals.

Moseley finished with a brace for the Pararoos in their 5-0 win over Canada, in their first game on home soil since 2000.

The Pararoos are building towards the IFCPF Nations Championships in Spain in June next year.

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