The ONE Awards 2022

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The ONE Awards are there to spotlight the amazing people who make netball happen through officiating, coaching, volunteering, delivering in schools, clubs and local leagues, as committee members and so much more. 

Help us to recognise the ONEs everywhere who make the difference through their commitment and impact on the lives of people around them by nominating someone today.

Formerly known as the Vitality Goalden Globe Awards, EN has refreshed the concept for 2022: there will be nine regional ONE Awards events taking place across the country, culminating in The ONE Awards national ceremony in partnership with Vitality at the end of the year.

This initial phase features ten categories that will be considered at a regional level. The winners from each of these categories will be invited to attend local celebrations between May and July. 

Following these events, winners from each category across the nine regions will be reviewed by a national panel, led by EN President Joan Mills, and invited to a national event that will take place towards the end of the year.

The categories and criteria are: 

Nominees must be an individual member of England Netball 

  • Outstanding contribution to community netball players in environments with players 18 and under. 
  • Made an impact on the lives of players beyond team successes         
  • Supported the growth of local netball through the development and positive experience of netball players and/or other coaches considering the six principles of coaching* 
  • Hold an up-to-date England Netball coaching qualification (e.g. Level 1, Level 2, Level 3)           
  • Be a current member of England Netball
  • Outstanding contribution to community netball players in environments with players over 18.    
  • Made an impact on the lives of players beyond team successes          
  • Supported the growth of local netball through the development and positive experience of netball players and/or other coaches considering the six principles of coaching*    
  • Hold an up-to-date England Netball coaching qualification (e.g. Level 1, Level 2, Level 3) 
  • Be a current member of England Netball 
  • Consistent contribution to community netball officiating. 
  • Personal commitment to learning as well as impact on others involved within netball through officiating.  
  • Could be involved in umpiring, as match bench official, scorer or mentor. 
  • Hold an England Netball Officiating qualification  
  • Be a current member of England Netball 
  • Outstanding contribution to netball delivery, in a voluntary role outside of coaching and officiating 
  • Nominees should have made a consistent impact creating change that has improved the lives of netballers, and the opportunities provided to encourage joining the netball family.  
  • Be a current member of England Netball 
  • Outstanding contribution to netball delivery through coaching, officiating, event volunteer or committee/administration role     Nominees should have made a consistent positive impact, creating change that has improve the lives of netballers and the opportunities provided to encourage joining the netball family 
  • Be a current member of England Netball 
  • Outstanding contribution to netball through volunteering in a capacity that supports the delivery of club or local league netball.  
  • The nominee can have volunteered in any capacity but needs to have made a significant difference to the club or league in their community. 
  • Be a current member of England Netball
  • Presented to a netball club who has made an outstanding contribution within their community through the delivery of Recognised and Authorised Netball activity 
  • Nominated clubs should have made a consistent impact within the local community evidencing how and what they have changed to benefit its netballers and/or the wider netball family. 
  • Nominated clubs must be a member of England Netball  
  • The nomination must cover ‘beyond the court’ success in addition to ‘on court competition’ success 
  • Outstanding contribution to netball as a volunteer aged between 12 and 25 years old  
  • The nominee should have volunteered in any capacity of netball coaching, officiating or within a wider volunteer role, team manager, administering or event volunteering 
  • Educational establishment or netball club they support must be a member of England Netball 
  • Outstanding contribution to netball through delivery in the education environment.  
  • Nominee must have given commitment– outside of their statutory responsibilities as a teacher or teaching assistant with evidence and examples of how they have inspired others through a positive attitude and passionate approach as a role model.  
  • Educational establishment or netball club they support must be a member of England Netball
  • Developing netball to address equity and promote inclusion and participation of all people to belong in netball Initiatives to remove barriers to participation for individuals or communities who may not have previously accessed netball opportunities and support them to flourish and soar  
  • Engaging with communities, not-for-profits, and other cause-related organisations to promote inclusion 
  • Providing opportunity and seeking to address diversity in the administration and governance of netball i.e. Board diversity, Youth Advisory, engagement of diverse communities

England Netball membership not required

 

Regional ONE Award events

Being held soon
Good luck to all the ONE award nominees…

Region  Event date 
South 02-Jul-22
East 03-Jul-22
South West 03-Jul-22
London and South East 09-Jul-22 

 
Already held
Congratulations to all of the Regional ONE award winners…

Region  Event date 
West Midlands 20-May-22
North East 21-May-22
North West 11- Jun -22
Yorkshire 12-Jun-22
East Midlands 19-Jun-22

 

Any queries regarding the awards, please contact volunteering@englandnetball.co.uk 

 

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