Award Criteria

BSC Sports Recognition Banquet Awards CriteriaClipboard-criteria

The nomination submissions must cover any sport whose season concludes in 2017.

Male Youth Leadership – The Frank Bricker Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the person must have been registered on a team within a minor sports association in Brantford, or a member of a high school or elementary school team in the City of Brantford. The individual must excel in a leadership role with a team, as well as excelling as a leader in the classroom or in the community.

Female Youth Leadership – The Phyllis Gretzky Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the person must have been registered on a team within a minor sports association in Brantford, or a member of a high school or elementary school team in the City of Brantford. The individual must excel in a leadership role with a team, as well as excelling as a leader in the classroom or in the community.

Sportsmanship & Dedication Award – The Adrian Scherders Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the male or female athlete must have been registered on a team within a minor sports association in Brantford or a member of a high school or elementary team in the City of Brantford. The athlete must demonstrate sportsmanship, dedication and fair play.

Coach of the Year – The John Macklin Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the individual must be a VOLUNTEER coach with a team in a Brantford minor sports association, or with an elementary school or high school in the City of Brantford. The individual must have coached with a given team for a minimum period of 3 consecutive years. This person is a positive leader and teacher for the team before, during, and after competition. He or she is also a positive role model for the members of the team.

Sports Volunteer of the Year – The George Churchill Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the person must be a VOLUNTEER within a Brantford minor sports association, or with an elementary school or high school in the City of Brantford. The individual must volunteer in a role other than coach eg. Training staff, board members, etc… This person must have been with the association/team for a minimum of 3 years, and their presence as a member of the organization has a positive impact on those with whom they interact in their role.

Lifetime Sports Volunteerism – The George Jones Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the person must be a VOLUNTEER within a Brantford minor sports association, or with an elementary school or high school in the city of Brantford. The individual must volunteer in a role other than coach e.g. Training staff, board members, etc… This person must have been with the association/team for a minimum of 15 years, and their presence as a member of the organization has a positive impact on those with whom they interact in their role.

Team of the Year – The Jimmy Wilkes Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the team must have been a part of a Brantford minor sports association, or compete on behalf of an elementary or secondary school in the City of Brantford. This award will be given to a team that has excelled as a team in a given season. Teams that will be considered could be as a result of: having a dominant team, overcoming great obstacles, or teams that greatly exceed expectations.

Lifetime Sports Sponsorship – The Jack Calbeck Memorial Award
To be eligible for this award, the organization, business or individual must have sponsored a Brantford Minor Sports Association, or an Elementary or High School in the City of Brantford. The nominee must have been a sponsor for a minimum of 5 years within the community.

The Award of Excellence for Sports Officiating– The Dave Levac Award
To be eligible for this award the individual must have officiated for youth sports groups, individuals with disability or elementary or high schools in the City of Brantford. The nominee must have been an official for a minimum of 5 years in the community.

Sportsperson of the Year – The Frank Tomlin Memorial Award
This award recognizes an individual from Brantford whose contribution to sport has had a great impact on this community. The winner must be active in the sport for which he/she is nominated. However, work done in previous years is also taken into consideration. No individual can win the award in consecutive years but the award can be won by the same individual more than once.

NOMINATION FOR AWARDS FORM

The deadline for nominations is Saturday January 20, 2018.