Junior Sporting Talents, December 12| Photos By SAMANTHA CAMARRI Dec. 12, 2013, 11:09 a.m. CHECK out the Wimmera's junior sporting talent in our gallery. Junior Sporting Talents, December 12| Photos SKILLS: Year five student Bailey Thomas makes good connection with the ball.HAVING A GO: Clair Brant plays a backhand at Horsham West Primary School’s table tennis day.EFFORT: Horsham West Primary School year five student Brock Foscarini concentrates while playing table tennis.ON THE BALL: Horsham West Primary School grade five pupil Katianna Grosser gives table tennis a try.TONGUE OUT: Horsham West Primary School grade five pupil Cody Vigense concentrates during a table tennis day.STRONG-WILLED: Horsham West Primary School student Will McCulloch concentrates while playing table tennis.REFLEXES: Zane Petkovic shows his hand-eye co-ordination while playing table tennis.SPLASH: Stawell junior swimmer Angus Stoffel competes in a backstroke event during the Horsham Swimming Club meet.COMPETITION: Horsham's Febey McClure during the a Horsham Swimming Club meet.BACKSTROKE: Horsham Swimming Club’s Tayla Nargorcka in action.READY TO GO: Horsham’s Michael Sherry awaits the starter’s gun.COMPETITIVE: Michael Sherry of Horsham Sharks takes to the water during a Horsham Swimming Club meet.AT THE WALL: Ballarat Gold Swimming Club competitor Conor Delahunty reaches for the finish.SWIMMING STRONG: St Arnaud swimmer Kelsey Hendy in action during a Horsham Swimming Club meet.IN ACTION: Horsham's Luke Bone performs during a Horsham Swimming Club meet.HIT: Central Park A Special's Lachlan Punchard.IN ACTION: 17 and under A Grade Central Park Orange girls player Ashley Davis serves during her side’s huge win over Central Park Gold.TALENT: Jess McDonald in action for Central Park Blue A Special.ACHIEVEMENT AWARD: Laharum’s Lauren Velthius is the latest McDonald’s junior achievement award winner. She is improving each week in the 12 and under C Grade girls team. Lauren – the team’s senior player – is enthusiastic, a great team player and won her first trophy last season for most games. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDOFF TO NATIONALS: Three Wimmera schools will send 10 teams to Melbourne to the Australian Volleyball Schools Cup. Pictured are, from left, St Brigid’s College’s Coco Ledgar, Murtoa College’s Olivia Matthews and Horsham College’s Jess Radford.HAT-TRICK HERO: Hamish Johns, 13, was the hero for Homers’ C Grade side on Saturday when he claimed a hat-trick in the final over to deliver the Pigeons a win against Laharum.WINNERS: The Horsham girls under-16 squad which won the Shepparton Basketball Tournament, from back left, coach Owen Hughan, Alexandra Hiscock, Sacha McDonald, Hayley Ellis, Faith McKenzie and Ella Bibby; front, Georgia Hiscock, Keely Pope and Aily McAuliffe. Picture: CONTRIBUTEDTweetFacebook of ╳exitCHECK out the Wimmera's junior sporting talent in our gallery.