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Awards

The WAFDA Awards recognise those who have contributed significantly to to growth and development of WA Flying Disc Sports.  The focus is for both on-field and off-field efforts, and for those people who put in so much effort behind the scenes.

The annual awards are generally presented at the end-of-year function, or via our website throughout the month of December.  Nominations for all awards are usually called several weeks before the presentation.  Award nominations can be submitted by email indicating the category and nominee, and a description of achievements that address the relevant award criteria or via our online voting forms.

Administrator of the Year

  • Active in the Western Australian Flying Disc community.
  • Self-organised.
  • Ran things smoothly.
  • Dealt with issues promptly.
  • Promoted the sport to the wider community.
  • Demonstrated passion for the sport.
  • Achievements.

Outstanding Service Award

  • Dedicated to grassroots development.
  • Fosters ‘Spirit of the Game’.
  • Commitment to increasing participation.
  • Carried out a task or project for the good of the sport.
  • Volunteered for a club and/or the WAFDA for five consecutive years or more.
  • Is an ambassador for Ultimate.

Player of the Year Award

  • Awarded to 1 Male and 1 Female player.
  • Fosters “Spirit of the Game” by playing with positive spirit including interpreting, applying and educating others on the rules.
  • Must have participated in at least one WA Regional Tournament (Western Regionals or Phoenix has Risen) since 1st July 2016.
  • Played Ultimate at a consistently high level. Include any interstate or international tournament experience and achievements.
  • Age has no influence on this award.

Youth Player of the Year Award

  • Awarded to 1 Male and 1 Female player.
  • Fosters “Spirit of the Game” by playing with positive spirit including interpreting, applying and educating others on the rules.
  • Demonstrates good leadership skills (on and off the pitch).
  • Is under the age of 19 as of 1st October 2017.
  • Excelled at the high level for their age group. Include any interstate or international tournament experience and achievements.

Tournament of the Year

  • Well organised and run smoothly, from registration through to final presentations.
  • Everyone had a good time.
  • Good quality fields and location.
  • Good field facilities, like water, toilets, change-rooms, spectator areas.
  • Catering.
  • Good communications to teams.
  • Efforts of TD(s).
  • Participation of local Ultimate community.
  • Value for money.
  • Size of event does not matter.

Team of the Year

  • Applies to any Ultimate team.
  • Growth and improvement of the team as a whole.
  • Development of individual players.
  • Players enjoyed being on the team.
  • Uniforms/team identity.
  • Spirit shown on the field.
  • The majority of players on the team must come from the WA Ultimate community.

Club of the Year

  • Growth and development of the Club as a whole.
  • Strong governance and committee structure.
  • Recruitment strategies.
  • Up-to-date Website.
  • Promotion of Ultimate to the wider community.
  • Provides and supports various levels of Ultimate for members.
  • Consistent participation in WA Ultimate events (tournaments and leagues).
  • Affiliated club with the WAFDA.

Coach of the Year

  • Respected by players (please provide at least two statements form players).
  • How much individual players learned/improved (please provide at least two statements form players).
  • Sought further coach education and development opportunities.
  • On-field success/improvement.
  • Actively coaching in wider community.
  • Provided mentoring or coaching opportunities to others.

Previous years award winners can be found here in the WAFDA hall of fame.

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