2022 dsport Award Recipients
2022 dsport Award recipients
Congratulations to our 2022 dsport Trophy recipients.
We recognise the last few years have been a bit tough for our athletes competing in sport, but 2022 saw a return to competition and our athletes succeed.
The 2022 recipents are:
Parafed Wellington Wheelchair Rugby Cup
Most dedicated rugby player This cup is awarded to the person who plays or helps at wheelchair rugby. This person goes that extra bit further for themselves and the team outside of normal training etc, but usually goes unrecognised.
Parafed Wellington Athletic Cup
For outstanding achievements in Athletic events
1st Mens Discus Para Open and
1st Mens Shot Put Para Open at National Championships.
1st Boys Discus Multi Class Para Senior and
1st Boys Shot Put Multi Class Para Senior at NZ Secondary Schools Athletics Association Championships.
New NZSSAA Para Shot Put record.
Represented Wellington College for the McEvedy Shield and was Team Captain
Caltex Novice Trophy
Awarded to athlete from any sporting code
Most input to the Association from non-committee member for coaching, mentoring and support.
Powerchair football coordinator and coach.
Parafed Wellington Boccia Cup
Awarded for outstanding achievements in Boccia
Silver in BC3 Pairs with Greig Jackson (Manawatu) and
Bronze in BC3 Individual at National Championships
Ranked # 2 in BC3 in NZ
Parafed Wellington Swimming Cup
Awarded for outstanding achievements in Swimming
Para sportsperson at the College Sport Wellington Sports Person of the Year Awards.
Hutt Disabled Sportsperson of the Year award.
Heretaunga College Mary Fisher Cup for swimming.
WPPDA President’s Trophy
The Chairman of Parafed Wellington names the recipient for this award each year
Boccia dsport team manager
Boccia NZ President
Boccia national and international referee
Parafed Wellington Trophy
For outstanding sporting achievement and representing NZ internationally from any sporting code within our Association
1st Para Mixed V6 500,
2nd Para Mixed V12 500,
3rd Para Mixed V6 1000,
3rd Para Mixed V6 500,
5th Para Men (VL3) V1 500 and
6th Para Men (VL3) V1 250
at the 2022 IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships, England.