Athletes across a variety of sports were recognised at the Harrington Australia Day awards ceremony.
Gemma Eady-Muxlow and Jake Martin couldn't be split when it came to the Junior Sportsperson of the Year award.
Jake has many swimming accolades to his name and the word around Harrington suggests he is a star of the future.
Gemma has excelled in sport in and out of school, particularly in cross country and athletics.
Futsal, however, will take her on a journey across the world in July when she represents Australia at the Costa Blanca Cup in Spain.
Finlay Elmer was a finalist in this category.
There was also a tie for the Senior Sportsperson of the Year award, with Harrington Women's Bowling Club's Vera Sweetman and Harrington Men's Bowling Club Fours Team members Matt Pearce, Craig Colligan, Peter Cassar and Trevor Costa honoured.
Vera has been a member of the club since 2011 and in 2019 achieved the rare achievement of the minor and major singles titles.
She was also a runner up in the major fours, major pairs, president's three bowl pairs and mixed pairs.
Vera has represented Harrington in district pennants competition.
The men's fours team placed equal third in the BPL Cup, a club based national bowls challenge.
The team advanced through the zone level at Forster, the regional playoffs at Port Macquarie, the State rounds in Sydney before reaching the national titles in Queensland.
Harrington Little Athletics' Makayla Saunders was named Youth Sportsperson of the Year.
Makayla has represented the club in local and Sydney competitions for shot put, long jump and high jump.
She was awarded The Most Outstanding Athlete shield at the end of last season and was named junior runner up in the Mid North Coast ladies competition.