Congratulations to the 2017 National Officiating Scholarships (NOS) recipients. The ASC received many applications from a variety of sports and the successful applicants are as below:
- Aaron Bennett - AFL - Mentor - Chris Kamolins
- Leighton Rowe - AFL - Mentor - Chris Donlon
- James Strybos - AFL - Mentor - Matt Stevic
- William Hamilton - AFL - Mentor - Jordan Bannister
- Garry Pettett - BMX - Mentor - Paul Conners
- Michelle Darker - BMX - Mentor - Paul Conners
- Anthony Hobson - Cricket - Mentor - Robert Faraday-Bensley
- Nathan Johnstone - Cricket - Mentor - Mathew Cheeseman
- Ashlee Kovalevs - Cricket - Mentor - Claire Polosak
- Ben Treloar - Cricket - Mentor - William Hendricks
- Catherine Garrington - Rowing - Mentor - Nick Hunter
- Tina Maher - Rowing - Mentor - Nick Hunter
- Daniel Olford - Rugby League - Mentor - Ash Klein
- Dan Munroe - Rugby League - Mentor - Steve Clark
- Amber Hibbard - Rugby Union - Mentor - Lauren Kelly
- Damon Murphy - Rugby Union - Mentor - Damien Mitchelmore
- James Quinn - Rugby Union - Mentor - Ian Smith
- Stephen Carsley - Swimming - Mentor - Ken Jones
- Alan Smith - Swimming - Mentor - Ken Jones
- Martin Oosthuysen - Tennis - Mentor - Wayne McKewan
- Philip Tang - Tennis - Mentor - Kerrilyn Cramer
Through the National Officiating Scholarships (NOS) program, the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) aims to leave a lasting impression on sport through the combination of elite official development and the promotion of internal sport-based academy programs for the betterment of all officials in the system.
The 2017 NOS Induction Program will be conducted from 23 - 26 February on the Gold Coast.
The 2016 programs had more than 40 Officials and Mentors involved and produced some fantastic achievements. Some of these achievements include;
- NRL Debuts
- State Grand Finals
- NEAFL Grand Final
- National League Appointments
- International Accreditations
- International Event Appointments
- FFA – W-league panel Appointment.
Congratulations to all.