The College’s annual Sports Awards Dinner is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate the talented individuals and teams who have enjoyed sporting success during the school year. There are awards for individual sports codes, as well as the five main awards that the event builds towards at the end of the evening: Leading Sportsman, Sports Performer of the Year (Yr 7-8 and Yr 11-13), the Westpac Cup and the Premier Team of the Year. Our young men who have represented their country at their chosen sport(s), or who have won National titles, are also recognised on the night and presented with a Sports Medallion.
A guest speaker from the world of high-performance sport will be there on the night to present the boys their awards. The night is a wonderful opportunity for all sections of the College community to come together and celebrate success.
Applications for Major Awards and Sports Medallion
Applications for Sports Awards must be received by Monday 9 September 2019.
To enable us to effectively gather relevant material and ensure the correct students are recognised at our annual Sports Awards Dinner, nominations are to be completed by the student for the following awards. Each student must have a staff member endorse their nomination.
Sports Medallion (Years 7 to 13)
These are awarded to any students who have represented their country at their chosen sport(s), or become a National Champion this year.
Sports Performer of the Year (Years 11 to 13)
Award given to a Senior student who has performed with distinction at the highest possible level in their chosen sport.
Leading Sportsman (Years 11 to 13)
Award given to a Senior student who has competed in a range of sports at a consistently high level in one or more of those sports. A student who has also made significant positive contributions to sport at the College.
The Westpac Cup (Years 12 and 13)
Award given to a Year 12 or 13 student for Service and Contribution to Sacred Heart College Sport.
The following major awards are selected by the staff at the College involved with the sports programme therefore there is no nomination form is required:
The Institute of Sport Trophy (Year 7 & 8)
Awarded to the Year 7 and 8 outstanding sportsman for dedication, participation, and perseverance in sport.
Team of the Year
Awarded to a premier team or teams for outstanding success in the season.
Note: When filling out the application form, please be concise in the Record of Achievement field and ensure you use punctuation at the end of each sentence.
If you have any good quality photographs of the student in a sporting context, please can you email them to the Director of Sport at email@example.com.
If you have any queries, please contact the Director of Sport, or speak to the Teacher-in-Charge or Coach of that sport at the College.
Sports Awards Dinner
In 2019 the Sports Awards Dinner will be held on Thursday 24 October.
2018 Major Sports Award Recipients, L to R: Sports Performer of the Year - Sebastian Lardies, Team of the Year - Premier Water Polo (Captain Harry Finnigan), Leading Sportsman - Michael Graham, Westpac Cup - Terry Pongi.
Sports Caps are presented to boys in recognition of representing the College in a premier sport. They are presented at a special assembly held each year. Sports Badges are presented to boys in who have excelled in a individual one off event.
In 2019 the Sports Cap Assembly will be held on Friday 20 September.