Honour Roll 2013

Here is our 2013 Honour Roll

An explanation of each our Club Honours appears at the end of this page

Ben Lexcen Scholar

 

 

Representative Players

State League
The following UNSW players and coaches are playing and coaching for Randwick Netball Association in the Netball NSW State League competition:

Jo Fabro (Team 1 –  Div 3)
Hayley Codrington (Team 1 – Div 3)
Melissa Brennan (Team 2 –  Div 4)
Samantha Elliot (Team 2 –  Div 4)
Justine Davies (Team 3 – Div 5)
Nicole Viney (Team 3 –  5)
Tracy Getts (Coach Team 3)

Night InterDistrict
Melissa Brennan - Team 1
Hayley Codrington - Team 1
Justine Davies - Team 2
Samantha Elliot - Team 2
Alison Goddard - Team 2
Kelly Mantova - Team 2
Jenny Preddy - Team 2
Nicole Viney - Team 2

Intervarsity Teams
(Uni Games)

EUGs Womens Team
Mel Bell
Kristyn Bennett
Ashley Dobozy
Helen Epstein
Tracey Lloyd
Georgie Meredith
Caitlin Pon
Jessica-Kate Sankey
Clare Thornbury
Ellen Williams

Coaches
Sammy Elliott
Mitch McBurnie

Coach/Manager
Luke McCaskie

EUGs Mixed Team
Laura Douglass
Sophie Edwards
Sammy Elliott
Mitchell McBurnie
Hannah McDermott
Dave Loveridge
Nas Mohamad
Luke Nash
James Pascoe
Georgia Rush
Meg Twine
John Yacoub

Coaches
Sammy Elliott
Mitch McBurnie

Manager
Luke McCaskie

AUGs Mixed Team
Mel Bell
Laura Douglass
Sammy Elliott
Sam Garrard
Laura Hall
Rachel Hardy
Emmeline Hirst
Mitch McBurnie
James Pascoe
Nirav Patel
Georgia Rush
Hayley Wilson
Abby van der Velde
John Yacoub

Coaches
Sammy Elliott
Mitch McBurnie

Manager
Luke McCaskie

Assistant Manager
Caitlin Pon

Coaching Team

Tania Absolom
Helen Belshaw
Tamara Donnellan
Sam Elliot
The Fins
Chris Goris
Nikk Karlovsky
Penny Maher
Jo Marsh
Tayah Stevenson
Julia van der Veer
Paul van der Veer
Catherine Zell

 

Umpiring Team

Umpired more than 10 games
Steve Cunningham
Jim Galbraith
Keira Nightingale
Josie Milligan-Saville
Kiara Olrich
Alicia O’Connor
Sam Hannington
Julia van der Veer

Representative Umpires
Steve Cunningham
- Rep Carnivals, State Age

Keira Nightingale
- State Age, selected for the State League Introductory Program (SLIP)

Alicia O’Connor
- Rep Carnivals, State Age, State Champs, State League (including a Semi Final), Night Inter District & a NSW Swifts Training game

Kiara Olrich
- Rep Carnivals

Most Valuable Players and
Player of the Finals

MVP's

UNSW 1 Seis - Hayley Codrington
UNSW 2 Fins - Alison Goddard
UNSW 3 Blacks - Moira Toohey
UNSW 4 Mobies - Hannah Ubel
UNSW 5 Belugas - Sally Lennox
UNSW 6 Minkes - Laura Harvey
UNSW 7 Blues - Sarah Perry
UNSW 8 Omurais - Alysha Peoples
UNSW 9 Pygmys - Courtney Galbraith
UNSW 10 Grays - Anita Puvanendran
UNSW 11 Rights - Edith Tom
UNSW 12 Whites - Felicia Wong
UNSW 14 Pilots - Belinda Serafin 

PoF's

UNSW 3 Blacks - Tamara Donnellan
UNSW 11 Rights
- Nicky Ou

Coach of the Year

Nominees
Helen Belshaw
Sam Elliot
Chris Goris

Winner
Chris Goris

 

Player of the Year

Nominees
Hayley Codrington
Courtney Galbraith
Alison Goddard
Morgan Haines
Sally Lennox
Moira Toohey
Felicia Wong

Winner
Moira Toohey

Club Member of the Year

Nominees
Tamara Donnellan
Courtney Galbraith
Zoe McMurdo
Kiara Olrich
Julia van der Veer

Winner
Courtney Galbraith


Our Honours

Ben Lexcen Scholarship

Each year, the University Sports Association selects elite athletes to be recipients of "Ben Lexcen Scholarships". The criteria are very strict and represenation at State level is required. UNSW Netball is very lucky to have a Ben Lexcen Scholar in 2012, who will offer a great deal to our Club.

Representative Netball

Early in the year, players who play in comps run by the district association can attend selections to represent those associations at State League level. This is the most elite level of competition within NSW. UNSW players are regularly selected into one these rep teams. The majority of our rep players represent the Randwick Netball Associations (RNA). There are 8 divisions of State League in NSW. Over summer, State League morphs into the Night Interdistrict (NID) competition, played in the evenings. Players are chosen in exactly the same way as for the Winter State League teams.

Intervarsity Netball

Each year the cream of our crop is selected into a women's and a mixed team to play InterVarsity (IV). These teams are sent to the Australian University Games (AUG) in October to compete against other universities. For women's there is a qualifying event (Eastern-AUG) held earlier in the year because netball is so popular. The standard is mid to high State League level for the top Universities.

Most Valuable Players and Players of the Finals

Players within teams in the competition run by RNA are given Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards each week using a "3-2-1" system. The player in each team who has gained the most MVP points by the end of the season earns the overall MVP award for that team. For teams that play in MORE than 1 semis/finals/grandfinal game, we also award a Player of the Finals (PoF). Awarded at the coaches discretion, this is for someone who stepped up in these pressure games.

Coach of the Year

The Coach of the Year award was introduced in 2012 to recognise the time and effort which a coach has put into the season. Nominations come from Club Members and the winner is decided by the Head Coach.

Player and Club Member of the Year

Finally, our two most coveted awards. Because UNSW wants to foster and improve netball right across the board - we strongly encourage players to continue to train and improve regardless of their standard. The award we most like to give out at the end of the season is the Player of the Year award. The winner of this award is someone who has pushed themselves continuously throughout the season. They may be someone from our top team or our bottom team, but is someone who has worked very hard to become a better netballer regardless of their initial standard. All those nominated for this award should feel proud of themselves and the winner should be very proud indeed!

Additionally, we feel that those who contribute to the Club "above and beyond the call of duty" should be recognised. Everyone knows that being on a club committee is thankless job but what about all those club members who continue to do that little bit extra - without the recognition of a committee position, without any thanks whatsoever? It is these people who make a club great and we are always extremely honoured to be able to award Club Member of the Year.

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