Southland Sharks American import Courtney Belger, left, Southland Sharks coach Rob Beveridge, Southern Metal’s English import George Fisher and Sport Southland chief government Brendon McDermott on the night to announce the 2021 Southland Sports activities Awards finalists.
Thirty-four finalists throughout 18 codes have been confirmed for the 2021 ILT Southland Sports activities Awards.
The winners throughout eight classes and a number of other Companies to Sport awards shall be unveiled on the Ascot Park Lodge on June 25.
Sport Southland hosts the annual awards on behalf of the Southland Beginner Sports activities Belief, which has owned the awards since their inception in 1953, making these the longest-running awards of their type in New Zealand.
Sport Southland chief government Brendon McDermott, in an announcement stated: “Even after a 12 months which was closely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, with many pinnacle occasions cancelled, postponed or modified, Southlanders have achieved on the highest ranges attainable.”
The Sport Southland Companies to Sport, with as much as 4 individuals in a position to be honoured annually, will even be introduced on June 25.
The general public will get the possibility to be concerned over the subsequent month via The Southland Occasions Folks’s Alternative award.
- The Southland Occasions Folks’s Alternative finalists to be introduced quickly
NZME Masters Achievement: Dwight Grieve (athletics), Southland males’s masters golf crew (golf),
Southland Kia Crew of the 12 months: Southland Sharks 3X3 (basketball), Southland males’s bowls crew (bowls), Southland beneath 18 combined contact crew (contact), Southland elite ladies’s dash crew (monitor biking).
Creation Indicators Official of the 12 months: Erin Criglington (biking), Nicky McNaught (squash), Kristie Simpson (netball), Peter Pasco (cricket).
Ricoh South Coach of the 12 months: Shaun Cantwell (athletics), Sid Cumming (biking), Dale Macleod (rugby),
Scott Eade (contact).
BDO Administrator of the 12 months: Elizabeth Henry (Parkrun), Ignacio Sande (soccer), Noel Eade (softball).
Vodafone Junior Sportsperson of the 12 months: Rhylee Akeroyd (biking), Cormac Buchanan (bike racing), Losa Fifita (netball), Quinn Hartley (athletics), Shakira Mirfin (rowing), Shawn Perry (indoor bowls), Dean Stewart (multisport), Jack Symon (moto-cross), Kennedy Taylor (athletics).
ILT Senior Sportsperson of the 12 months: Jacob Duffy (cricket), Kirsty James (biking), Nick Kergozou (biking), Amy du Plessis (rugby), Corbin Robust (biking), Megan Whitehead (shearing), Tori Peeters (athletics), Alena Saili (rugby).