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Junior Athlete with a Disability of the Year Award – Mudgee

Junior Athlete with a Disability of the Year Award – Mudgee

The Mudgee Junior Athlete with a Disability of the Year Award recognises good sportsmanship and participation for junior athletes with a disability during 2016.

Sporting club and association members are invited to nominate individual athletes with a disability who would be deserving of such an award.

Eligibility criteria

Nominees can be nominated for their participation in non-competitive or service coordinated sport and active recreational activities.

To be eligible for the award the nominee must:

  • Be less than 17 years of age by 31 December 2016
  • Have participated in the sport they are being nominated for during 2016
  • Reside within the Mid-Western Regional Council area.

How to nominate

To nominate your athlete with a disability, please complete the details below, and tell us in 200 words or less why your nominee is the most deserving Junior Athlete with a Disability Sportsmanship winner for 2016. This might include:

• The positive attitude they demonstrate at the club
• Being a good role model for others at the club
• Attending practice sessions with enthusiasm and energy
• Demonstrating excellent sportsmanship on and off the field.


The winner will be awarded an individual trophy, and a perpetual trophy.

The winning athlete will be announced and presented at the annual Mudgee Sports Council Awards in February 2017.

Nomination closing date

Nominations must be lodged with the Sport and Recreation’s Orange Regional Office by 4:30 pm on 31 December 2016.

How to submit nominations

Download the nomination form

Or nominate online below. 

Entry rules

  • Nominations will only be accepted for individuals (i.e. not a whole team).
  • Multiple entries from one club or association will be accepted.
  • You may be contacted to provide further information if required.
  • The additional club contact (you have provided) may be contacted to verify your nomination.
  • The competition will be judged by an independent panel of staff from the Office of Sport, Sport and Recreation, Care West, Ability Links, and the Benevolent Society.
  • The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  • Winners will be notified by phone and mail.

Nominate online

Contact details of nominating person
Nominee details