Condamine Sports Club Volunteer of the Year 2014 winner Darryl Gillam from Warwick hockey.
Condamine Sports Club Volunteer of the Year 2014 winner Darryl Gillam from Warwick hockey. Michael Cormack

Volunteer nominees call for sports awards

NOMINATIONS are urgently wanted for the Condamine Sports Club Volunteer of the Year award.

The awards are in their second year and the winner will receive a trophy and cheque for $500 for their nominating club at the Daily News/Warwick Credit Union Junior Sports Star of the Year dinner on March 30 at the Hawker Rd Function Centre.

While the awards will be judged on volunteer work in 2014 and down the years, one important factor is that volunteer work in all sports will be considered by the judges, who are the same team as for the Daily News/Warwick Credit Union Sports Star awards.

A quick drive around Warwick area facilities is testament to the work of hundreds of volunteers.

Some go beyond the call of duty and the Condamine Sports Club Volunteer of the Year awards are a great way to recognise their efforts.

Last year, all six nominees felt honoured to have been nominated by their clubs and it will be the same this year. The overall winner last year was Warwick hockey volunteer Darryl Gillam.

For information on how to nominate a volunteer of the year contact Condamine Sports Club committee member Garry Hanson on 0419 502 804 or Daily News sports editor Gerard Walsh on 4660 1313, or email gerardw@warwickdailynews.com.au



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