East Fremantle District volunteer Michael Bardsley was recognised for 20 years of dedicated service when he was named The Sunday Times WA Football Volunteer of the Year at the WAFL’s Sandover Medal count on Monday, September 17.
Mr Bardsley was announced as the overall winner from 17 regional and district finalists and more than 1480 nominees. He received a trip for two to the AFL grand final and will also march in the Grand Final parade and mix with AFL legends at a special AFL Olympic Room function.
Mr Bardsley was nominated for the award by Bullcreek Leeming Amateur Football Club member Adrian Lacquiere for his tireless dedication to football in numerous roles over the past two decades, including President of the Bullcreek Leeming Amateur Football Club and Vice President of the South Fremantle Women’s Football Club.
“Every aspect of our club has developed immeasurably thanks to Michael,” Mr Lacquiere said. “His ever changing role has included coach to a trainer, scoreboard attendant to committee member, bar tender to cook, grocery shopper to banker, club president, and a second father for many young players at the club.
“His compassion and ability to lead us through two dark years with the passing of three very popular players made a huge difference. His presence, experience and leadership has guided us all through a very dark period of our lives.
“Michael attends training sessions, watching players and helping with suggestions and injury advice. He is at the club at 9am every Saturday morning setting up and the last to leave. His week days are filled with run around duties for the club that no-one else has the time to do.”
WA Football Commission Club Development and Coaching Manager Glenn Morley congratulated Mr Bardsley on winning the award and emphasized the crucial role that volunteers play at all levels of football.
“There are so many aspects of our game that just wouldn’t happen without the dedication and commitment of our volunteers,” Mr Morley said.
“Volunteers are involved at all levels whether it’s in the canteen, umpiring, coaching or driving their kids to the game. The Sunday Times WA Football Volunteer of the Year program aims to elevate the standing of volunteers to that of a star player.
“Just like there are star players and star coaches, we want to recognise star volunteers and it is thanks to The Sunday Times that we can do this.”
Photo: The Sunday Times WA Football Volunteer of the Year Michael Bardsley receiving his award from West Coast Eagles coach John Worsfold at the Sandover Medal count.
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