Volunteer of the Year
Volunteers fill many roles and are the lifeblood of many squash clubs throughout the country. They make our sport happen in the community and are vital to the development of the game.
Established in 2012, the Volunteer of the Year award rewards outstanding contribution from a volunteer to the sport of squash within New Zealand.
Winners from each of the 11 regional District Associations are put forward as contenders for the coveted National Award.
When deciding a judging panel considers the following:
- Engagement - ability to inspire goodwill and develop others
- Commitment - evidence of contributing time and dedicated service
- Impact - signs of influence on the community to achieve results
Volunteer of the Year: Vicki Rae - Timaru
|Year||Volunteer of the Year|
|2017||Nic Dann, Canterbury|
|2016||Paul Growcott, Canterbury|
|2015||Don McDonald, Cromwell|
|2014||Josie Fenwicke, The Thorndon Club|
|2013||Karen Hadfield, Manurewa|
|2012||Deb Boyd-Collins, Devoy Squash & Fitness|