2024 Community Sports Awards Winners

Published Thu 20 Jun 2024

NSW Community Sports Award winners announced

The winners of the 2024 NSW Community Sports Awards, presented by Sport NSW, have been announced at CommBank Stadium tonight.

 The Awards recognise outstanding achievements and contributions to community sport in NSW over the past year which is largely carried out by a volunteer workforce.

 The 12 category recipients received their Awards at the ceremony hosted by NSW Minister for Sport, the Hon. Steve Kamper MP.

 Sport NSW Chairperson, Chris Hall congratulated the Award winners and paid tribute to all finalists.

 “The NSW Community Sports Awards are the highest honours for community and grassroots sport in the state. It is fitting these Award recipients and finalists are recognised and honoured,” said Mr Hall.

 “We applaud all sports volunteers for their countless hours of unwavering work at the coalface of sport. It is because of their loyal and dedicated service that thousands of men and women, boys and girls enjoy the health, social and community benefits sport provides,” he added.

“Sport in NSW relies on these people who have voluntarily dedicated their time. Without our army of volunteers, sport could not be played each week.

 “Sport remains at the heart of communities across NSW and has the unique ability to bring people from different cultures and backgrounds together,” added Mr Hall.

The Awards evening also celebrated 21 recipients of Distinguished Long Service Awards. These Awards honoured individuals across a broad range of sports who have given exceptional service to their sport over a period of decades.


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