Nominations Open for 2019 Victorian Sport Awards
It is with great pleasure that the State Government of Victoria and Vicsport announces nominations for the 2019 Victorian Sport Awards are now open.
In partnership with the State Government of Victoria, Vicsport are proud to present the Victorian Sport Awards as a highlight on the Victorian sporting calendar. It is a night to recognise and celebrate the achievements of our home grown premier athletes and grassroots heroes as well as those who have shown commitment and dedication to community sport in Victoria.
Vicsport members are encouraged to submit nominations for the Victorian Sport Awards with 19 categories to be honoured in 2019. The full list, selection process, eligibility criteria, definitions and voting system can be found here.
Be sure to generate nominations from all levels within your sport with the process open to everyone and when posting on social media, use the hashtag #VSAs.
Nominations for all awards close 30 November 2019. Due to the volume of nomination submissions and the verification process that will need to take place, late applications will not be accepted past this date.
The 2019 #VSAs will be held on Wednesday 26 February 2020 at Marvel Stadium.
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