Newcastle Permanent Community Awards Announced for June

June 27th, 2019

Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) congratulates this month’s Newcastle Permanent Community Award Monthly Winners in Hunter Valley Football for June.

The awards recognise the hard work and significant time volunteers, coaches and match officials contribute to Australia’s largest team sport.  

NNSWF Community Football Manager, Ross Hicks said the Newcastle Permanent Community Awards provide an important opportunity to recognise those who make the game what it is today.

“Without this month’s winners, football simply would not be in the position it is, each of these winners has made an outstanding contribution to their clubs and deserve to be recognised” Hicks said.

“Community Football relies on a collective effort and these awards reflect the appreciation extended to everyone who plays a role in progressing our game.”

“I am pleased we are able to thank and acknowledge each of them on behalf of the sport, thanks to the support of our major sponsor, Newcastle Permanent.”

Each of the winners was selected from a number of nominations made by club colleagues and observers of the game.  Each winner receives unique packs from Official Community Football Partner, Newcastle Permanent to help them in their endeavours.

Newcastle Permanent Cessnock Branch Manager Jessica Burgoyne congratulates each of the winners and thanks them for their contribution to the game.

“Newcastle Permanent’s Community Football Awards provide opportunities to recognise volunteers, referees and coaches who generously give back to their clubs and communities” Burgoyne said.

“It is great to see a local representative being recognised for their ongoing commitment.”

From the pool of monthly winners, Hunter Valley Football will nominate one winner from each category to represent their Zone for the opportunity to be named “Newcastle Permanent Community Football Winner of the Year” to be announced at NNSWF’s Annual Awards Night in October.

Northern NSW Football, Hunter Valley Football and Newcastle Permanent congratulate all the recipients for June.

 

Referee of the Month

Hayden Johnson

Hayden is passionate about football and it shows on the field. He spends most weekends out officiating and refs a number of school matches during the week. He puts 100% effort in, 100% of the time and has been highly commened by numerous spectators and club officials.

 

Volunteer of the Month

Elizabeth Beveridge

Cessnock United FC

Libby, as known by her friends, offers help wherever she can. She started by coming to give a hand selling gear, then she began in canteen before moving onto many other things. Saturday mornings would not run as smoothly in the canteen without her. Anytime committee members need a hand she’s there to help. She has no children playing the game but puts in many many hours to help out.

 

Coach of the Month

Adam Whitley

Scone Mustangs FC

Adam has coached for three years now. He has had significant success with the team because of his positive approach to sportsmanship and the spirit of the game. Adam has an extremely busy family life but remains committed to the team and Scone FC. Adam is also the President of Scone FC and with his hard working Executive Committee, he has raised the profile of soccer for Scone and the district. Adam deserves to be recognised as an outstanding member of the Scone and District Community.

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