2019 Judo NSW Awards Dinner

Every year, Judo NSW recognises those who have achieved success both in competition and behind the scenes. The Judo NSW Annual Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of athletes, coaches, referees, clubs and volunteers who make our sport great.

You are invited to nominate individuals and clubs within the categories listed below. Nominations are for achievements from 1 November 2018 to 31 October 2019.

All nominations must be received by Wednesday, 6 November 2019.

The awards will be presented at the 2019 Judo NSW Awards Dinner on 30 November 2019. The Dinner will be held at Bonnie Doon Golf Course, Banks Avenue, Pagewood from 7:00 pm. The cost of the dinner is $85 per head for adults.  This includes a three-course dinner (excluding drinks). There is also a 'children’s meal' package (2 Courses) for children (under 13 years) which is $50 per child.

All Awards Dinner bookings close midnight Friday, 22 November 2019.

We look forward to celebrating the very important contribution made to our sport by our volunteers and coaches as well as the successes of our Judoka with you at the 2019 Judo NSW Annual Awards Dinner.

Please nominate recipients for the following awards:

 

Club Awards

Nominations required (No more than 1 page) to office@judonsw.com.au.

Achievements must be limited to the period from 1 November 2018 to 31 October 2019.

[1] Performance Club of the Year Award

Club that delivers a consistently high standard of training opportunities and develops a culture of medal-winning athletes.

[2] Community Club of the Year

Club that works tirelessly to engage grassroots members and offer new opportunities to their community.

[3] School-Based Club of the Year

School-based club whose members are solely from within the school where the club is based and has a true partnership with that school.

 

Volunteer Awards

Nominations required (No more than 1 page) to office@judonsw.com.au.

Achievements must be limited to the period from 1 November 2018 to 31 October 2019.

[1] Young Volunteer of the Year

A young individual who has been truly outstanding as a volunteer in their club, at local competitions and/or at national events. Nominees must be 17 years old or younger.

[2] Event Volunteer of the Year

An individual who commits a great deal of their time at events and competitions (national, regional or local) and ensures they are run to a high standard.

[3] Club Volunteer of the Year

An individual who goes above and beyond to support the running and growth of their club.

[4] Kata Volunteer Award

Eligible for any individual, club or programme contributing to the growth of, and support for, the art of Kata within NSW and Australia.

 

Coach Awards

Nominations required (No more than 1 page) to office@judonsw.com.au.

Achievements must be limited to the period from 1 November 2018 to 31 October 2019.

[1] Community Coach of the Year

Coach who works tirelessly to engage grassroots members and offer new opportunities in their community.

[2] Talent Coach of the Year

Coach who delivers a consistently high standard of training opportunities and develops a culture of medal-winning athletes.

[3] No Limits Coach of the Year

Coach who works tirelessly to engage people with special needs and offer them opportunities to develop their skills and talents through Judo.

 

The following categories are awarded based on the criteria defined below. Nominations are not required for these categories

 

Category 1 Competitive Player Awards

No nominations required

Individual Male & Female Competitive-Based Awards

Kata Competitive-Based Awards

 

Category 2 State Training Squad Awards

No nominations required (Category 1 winners are excluded from these awards).

Awarded by the coaches to squad members who show the greatest dedication to training and understanding of the necessity to train consistently to reach their goals in the lead up the 2019 National Titles.

Senior State Training Squad (Male & Female)

Junior State Training Squad (Male & Female)

 

Sue Williams Award

No nominations required.

This is considered the most prestigious annual award for a NSW judoka. The winner of this award will be selected from the individual competitive awards in Category 1 and will be judged based on the athlete that best exemplifies the core values and spirit of Judo.

 

Referee Awards

Nominees for the following categories are determined by the Judo NSW Referees Commission.

[1] Referee of the Year

For excellence in refereeing.

[2] Young Referee of the Year

A young individual who has been an exemplary referee throughout the last year. Nominees must be 17 years old or younger.

[3] Most Promising Referee Award

For a less-experienced referee who demonstrates the most promise as an excellent referee of the future.

 

* Judo NSW may cancel a category if insufficient nominations are received.

Event Details


Location:

Bonnie Doon Golf Course Banks Avenue Pagewood NSW 2035

Event Date:

Saturday 30 November 2019
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