2019 SportsTG Sports Administrator of the Year
Eunice Gill Award
Nominations close 30 November 2019 and are open to:
Victorian sports administrators who have demonstrated an outstanding level of achievement during the 2019 year at the State Sporting Association, Regional Sports Assembly or National Sporting Organisation (Victorian based). The recipient’s contribution will have provided benefit to, or had a positive impact upon, an individual sport or the industry as a whole, and their standards of excellence will have distinguished them from peers.
To be eligible to be considered in this category, the nominee must:
- Be employed (in a paid position) at a State Sporting Association, Regional Sports Assembly, National Sporting Organisation (Victorian based), Associations, Leagues, Regional Academies of Sport or in a Professional Sporting Team.
- Outstanding achievement in the development and delivery of projects/initiatives to enable more Victorians to enjoy the benefits of sport
- The impact of their contribution/initiative to the individual sport
- The extent to which the individual has delivered beyond expectations
Selection Process & Voting:
For all information regarding selection and voting processes, return to the 2019 Victorian Sport Award Nominations Information page.
|2016||Neil Dalrymple||Bowls Australia|
|2015||Matthew Kennedy||Tennis Victoria|
|2010||Mark Rendell||Football Federation Victoria|
|2009||Ray Allsop||Australian Rules Football|
|2005||Dawn Wilcox||Women's Sport and Recreation|
|2004||Ron Steiner||Rugby Union|
|2003||Julie Savage||Women's Cricket|
|2000||Prof. David Shilbury||Deakin University|
|1997||Nigel Taylor||Surf Lifesaving|
|1993||Susie Norton||Oz Tennis|
|1991||Margaret Lonsdale||Western Region Sports Assembly|
|1988||Valerie Styles||Women's Cricket|