Thomas Douglas-Powell

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Thomas Ewen Douglas-Powell (born 16 September 1992) is an Australian volleyball player.

Tom first started playing volleyball at Brisbane Grammar School in 2005. In 2009 Tom accepted a scholarship at the Queensland Academy of Sport, and this led to his first Australian National Junior Team selection later that year. He was first invited to trial for the Volleyroos in 2013, and was selected to compete at the world FISU Games in Russia. After this, he was selected to be a part of the Volleyroos and was part of the team that qualified for the 2014 World Championships, and also competed at the Asian Championships in Dubai.

He is currently playing with the University of Winnipeg, Canada.










Emma IshtaHe is the brother of Emma Ishta nee Douglas-Powell, (born 16 November 1990) an Australian model and actress. Emma was educated at St Aidans AGS in Corinda, Brisbane, Queensland. She began modeling in Australia at the age of 13. She portrays Kirsten Clark on the ABC Family television series Stitchers.

She is married to New York native and playwright Daniel James McCabe, whose play The Flood, in which they both acted, premiered at the 2014 New York International Fringe Festival and won the Award for Excellence in Playwriting. Through this marriage, she has one stepdaughter. In late June 2016, the couple welcomed their first child together, a son.


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• fivb.org
• Goodwin, Jess. "Emma Ishta: 5 Things You Should Know About The ABC Family 'Stitchers' Star"

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