EXTROADINARY AWARD WINNER
of North Clare
Leading Goalkickers 2014
David Pritchard from North Clare Football Club is the
winner of Pringles Crouch Extraordinary Person Award
Above: At the North Clare Football Club presentation ball Pringles Crouch Clare & Districts Sales Consultant Nick Pearce was on hand to present Dave Pritchard (centre) with his personal cheque and North Clare President Ian Pearce with the $500 cheque from Pringles Crouch.
Pringles Crouch offered their successful ‘Ordinary People Making an Extraordinary Difference’ campaign to sporting clubs for the fourth consecutive season
The central theme of the campaign is a celebration of community spirit recognizing the special efforts of volunteers of all ages who greatly enrich local communities through their football and netball clubs. The award acknowledges ordinary people who make an extraordinary difference. For example it could be a junior playing, coaching and helping out beyond their years, an inspirational parent who volunteers many hours, or that invaluable person your club couldn’t function without.
Clubs were invited to submit a nomination during the 2015 winter sports season and at the conclusion of the season photos and profiles of each of the nominees were loaded to the Pringles Crouch Facebook page for public voting.
‘During the voting period we are pleased to see the encouraging and supportive responses posted against each of the nominees’, said Megan Phillips of Pringles Crouch. ‘These comments come not only from the members of their own clubs, but the wider community. They are all deserved winners in our eyes!’
The winner of the Pringles Crouch Extraordinary Person Award from the 2015/16 Season was announced in August and was awarded to David Pritchard of the North Clare Football Club.
David is a perfect example of what a volunteer should be. Dave is a passionate North Clare supporter.
Congratulations to David for receiving the most votes. He received a $200 incentive cash development award from Pringles Crouch and an extra $500 (on top of our usual sponsorship) for his club North Clare.
Pringles Crouch also extend our thanks to all clubs and volunteers for their valuable work they do for their communities.
Voting is now open for the 2016/17 award, Nominees include Daryl “Scratch” Lovegrove, Eastern Ranges; Lisa Zibell, Kimba Districts Football Netball Club; Brian Butterick, BMW Football Club; Sheree Joyce, Central Eyre Football & Netball Club; Dylan Franklin, Cowell Football Club; Andrew Heath, Lock Football Club; Paul “Pewy” Garrard, North Clare Football Club; Carolyn Hunt, Ports Football & Netball Club; Kath McLachlan, United Yeelanna Football & Netball Club; Adam Wilkins, Marble Range Football Club and Ian Ellery, Orroroo Football Club. Find their photos and why they were nominated in Pringles Crouch facebook page under ALBUMS.
You could win a John Deere jacket just by voting. To vote simply visit the Pringles Crouch facebook page, click the ‘photo’s tab and find the album called Football/Netball Pringles Crouch Extraordinary Person Award. To vote, simply ‘like’ a photo in the album. The next winner will be announced in August 2017 in time for presentations at the end of the season.