2015 Hall of Fame and Awards Night

by admin on May 26, 2015

Bowls Australia is proud to announce the 2015 Hall of Fame and Awards Night will be held at Mantra Legends, Surfers Paradise on October 29, 2015. 

As part of this process, Bowls Australia are calling upon Board Directors, Staff,  State and Territory Associations and the whole bowling community to assist in driving nominations for both the Bowls Australia Hall of Fame and the prestigious Bowls Australia Awards Ceremony. 

Hall of Fame inductions are held on a bi-annual basis with the last intake occurring in 2013.

The Hall of Fame consists of bowling legends, both past and present phenomenal athletes who represented Australia with distinction, administrators who dedicated years of their life to improve our great sport; all of which can be found on the Bowls Australia Honour Roll. 

Notably, any previous Hall of Fame nominations will be automatically included; however, refreshed information would certainly be welcomed and added to their nomination. 

Nominations for all awards will be launched on Wednesday July 1, to coincide with the conclusion of the 2014/15 Aero Bowls Player Rankings period.

Nominations will close on Friday July 31, 2015, so don’t miss your chance to nominate someone you think deserves to be recognised as a Hall of Fame Member or a valuable contributor to the sport of Lawn Bowls. 

This year Bowls Australia will only be accepting nominations online; a refreshing progression in the bowls community moving toward greater use of technology and efficient record keeping. 

The award categories for the annual Awards Night are as follows- 

• Male Bowler of the Year 
• Female Bowler of the Year 
• International Bowler of the Year
• Under 18 Male Bowler of the Year
• Under 18 Female Bowler of the Year 
• Regional Bowls Manager of the Year 
• Coach of the Year
• Official of the Year
• Story of the Year
• Volunteer of the Year

Don’t miss out on a wonderful opportunity to show your gratitude to a fellow club member, family member or friend by nominating them in the 10 award categories or for the Bowls Australia Hall of Fame; the work people do in our sport shouldn’t go un-noticed.

Even un-successful nominees could be recognized for their achievements and voluntary work they do with a web story later in the year. 

Bowls Australia is proud to have a large quantity of volunteers, officials, coaches and elite players making huge contributions to our sport and we only hope that we are overwhelmed with the amount of nominations this year.