Kayla Tsorotiotis is a finalist in the SA School Sports Awards 2021

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The nominations are in and the finalists have been selected for The Advertiser, Messenger and Department for Education School Sports Awards 2021.

Among the 29 finalists is Greek Australian, Kayla Tsorotiotis, from Glossop High School in the ‘Student Official Section.’

At just 18, Kayla has been a football umpire for under-13s, under-15s and under-18s level for a number of years.

Kayla also started field umpiring local A-grade games this year.

A football umpire.

Her debut was guided by co-coaches, Mick Trussell and Todd Charlton, at the Loxton North versus Barmera Monash game at Panther Park in July. She was joined by her sister, Georgia, and siblings, Amelia and Alexis Magiarapis, who did the boundary umpiring.

“I’m very excited,” she told Murray Pioneer at the time. “It’s a big thing for us young girls in the Riverland league.”

The winners and runners-up of the SA School Sports Awards 2021 will be announced at the South Australian Museum on November 10.

Source: The Advertiser.

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