Vicki Sangster

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John Worsfold

Vicki Sangster

Winner of numerous awards including 2018 Melville Art Award and Holmes Acquisitive Art Prize, and a finalist for many more, Vicki Sangster has been active in the Western Australia art scene since 2001. She is known for her paintings that reflect her love of the sea, both its wildlife and maritime subjects. Her art is displayed at the Melbourne Chinese embassy, Rio Tinto, and many other collections, both within Australia and internationally.  Mrs. Sangster is represented by The Red Umbrella Gallery in South Fremantle.

John Worsfold

Born in Subiaco, Worsfold made his senior debut for the South Fremantle Football Club in the West Australian Football League and was named an inaugural squad member of West Coast on their formation in 1986. In 1991, Worsfold was appointed captain and held that position until his retirement in 1998. During his period at the club, Worsfold played in 209 games, which including the 1992 and 1994 premierships. During this time, he also appeared in five State of Origin matches for Western Australia, including captaining his state twice. In 2000, Worsfold joined Carlton as an assistant coach until 2001, when he was appointed senior coach of West Coast. Overall, he coached West Coast in 274 games. He resigned at the of 2013 season. Currently he is the senior coach of Essendon, a position he has held since October 2015. The John Worsfold Medal, named in his honor, is an annual award given to the player judged to be the best and fairest at the West Coast Eagles.

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