Lego steward Cheryl Patterson hold’s Jeremy Wilson’s Brick Day Out which won first place in the age 7-9 original design category.
Lego steward Cheryl Patterson hold’s Jeremy Wilson’s Brick Day Out which won first place in the age 7-9 original design category. Renee Pilcher

Kids get creative with Lego

THE results are in and Gympie youngsters have shown just how creative they can be with Lego.

There were some superb entries in this year's competition said Lego steward Cheryl Patterson.

Working in two categories ages 7-9 and 10+ some amazing things were made, including giant Lego men.

"It's all their own creations," Ms Patterson said this week after the entries were judged.

Jeremy Wilson's Brick Day Out won first in the age 7-9 original design, while Joshua Wilson created a truck towing a jet ski and won the kit only category for age 10+.

Ms Patterson said there was no grand champion because the entries were split into two categories, but congratulated all the children on their outstanding work.

Results:

Category 1:

Age 3-6: Ashlyn Steele 1, Daly Green 2, Olivia Waters 3, Poppy Laing and Joshua Curry HC.

Age 7-9: Luke Friedman 1, Myles Whitewood 2, Mitchell Brown 3, Ethan Waters HC.

Age 10 +: Joshua Wilson 1, Zac Templeton 2, Zac Templeton 3, Hayden Cottrill HC.

Category 2:

Age 3-6 - Xavier Brady 1, Ben Meredith 2, Daly Green 3.

Age 7-9: Jeremy Wilson 1, Alichia Snowden 2, Connor Davis 3.

Age 10 +: Caleb Harris 1, Shannon Soutter 2, Jacob Ryan 3.

Model Category 1: Aidan Green 1, Anne-Maree Whittingham 2, Russel Stevens 3.

Category 2: Jim Walsh 1, 2 and 3, Vanessa Long HC.

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