2019 Award Details

Squash Australia held its 2019 Annual Awards Night on the Gold Coast in June alongside the World Doubles Championships.

SQUASH & RACQUETBALL VICTORIA
Life Membership Inductions
- Brian Galt-Smith
- Ian Kent
- Robin Reed

Legends Awards
- Margaret Zachariah
- Cameron White

Victor Fair Play Award
Nominees
- Dylan Molinaro
- Jack Hudson
- Ben Murray
Winner
- Ben Murray

Dunlop Volunteer of the Year Award
Nominees
- Trish Medioli
- Leon Barnett
- George Deubler
- Rosemary Lord
Winner
Leon Barnett

2019 CGA Junior Male Athlete of the Year
Nominees
- Nicholas Calvert
- Greg Chan
- Oscar Curtis
- Ethan Eyles
Winner
- Nicholas Calvert

2019 CGA Junior Female Athlete of the Year
Nominees
- Sze Yu
- Alex Haydon
- Ella Burge
Winner
Alex Haydon

2019 BLK Senior Athlete of the Year
Nominees
- Donna Lobban
- Ryan Cuskelly
- Cameron Pilley
- Zac Alexander
Winner
Ryan Cuskelly

2019 Ashaway Coach of the Year
Nominees
- Lisa Camilleri
- Melody Francis
- Garry Pedersen
- Jayden Wadd
Winner
Garry Pedersen

2019 Royal Pines Referee of the Year
Nominees
- Nathan Turnbull
- Brad Freeme
- Mike Palfreyman
Winner
- Nathan Turnbull

2019 Schweppes Club of the Year
Nominees
- The ARC Campbell, South Australia
- Devonport Squash Club, Tasmania
- Warrnambool Squash and Racquetball, Victoria
- Lakes Entrance Squash and Racquetball Club, Victoria
Winner
- Warrnambool Squash and Racquetball, Victoria

2019 Schweppes Racquetball Club of the Year
Nominees
- The ARC Campbell, South Australia
- Devonport Squash Club, Tasmania
-  Wodonga Squash and Racquetball, Victoria
- Lakes Entrance Squash and Racquetball Club, Victoria
Winner 
-  Wodonga Squash and Racquetball, Victoria

Ross Faulkner State/Territory of the Year 2018
Winner
- Victoria Squash and Racquetball

Hall of Fame Induction
Gordon Watson (1916-1992)
Australia’s top male player from 1939 to 1948, losing only one game during this time.

Won the Australian Professional Championship in 1939 and retained his title for 10 years.

First Australian male to tour overseas when he played in the 1950 British Open.

At this time, he was ranked No 3 in the world.

He is rightly regarded as a pioneer for the sport in Australia, during this time.