The City’s 52nd Annual Sports Awards were launched in front of a packed house of athletes, politicians and corporates – ready to write the next chapter in the illustrious history of Gold Coast sport’s night of nights.
Our newest project will unite rugby stakeholders in our region and bring together like-minded business people to secure funds, develop the game at all levels and promote a vibrant rugby culture for the Gold Coast.
Tonight, our SGC Chairman Geoff Smith will sleep out on one of the longest and coldest nights of the year, as part of the Vinnies CEO Sleepout® 2019. This year marks Geoff’s third appearance at the annual event.
We would like to extend our sincere hope, support and best wishes to local junior rugby league player Preston Potter, the unfortunate victim of a hit and run incident in Burleigh on Thursday night. Follow the link to support Preston and his family at this trying time.
Gold Coast United Football Club continues to go from strength to strength on and off the field, with the latest announcement that successful local business, Orbitz Elevators, has come on board as a new major sponsor for the club.
Sports Gold Coast can proudly announce its major partnership with the International Football Coaching Conference Australia (IFCCA), supporting all levels of football from grassroots through to professional.
Visions of the Gold Coast as a world-class cricket destination have received a further boost following Sports Gold Coast’s presentation of a cheque to support renovations at Bill Pippen Oval in Robina.
AN avalanche of gold to local athletes at this year’s Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast has created what will arguably be the highest quality field of finalists in the 51-year history of the prestigious Gold Coast Sports Star of the Year Award.
The awards – to be staged on February 21 next year – were officially launched today by Gold Coast Deputy Mayor Donna Gates.
SPORTS Gold Coast chairman Geoff Smith believes the Wallabies will be cheered on by a sold-out Cbus Super Stadium when they take on Argentina on September 15 this year. Planning for that eventuality has started with Sports Gold Coast (SGC) convening a meeting of key stakeholders at Bond University’s Institute of Health and Sport on May 10.
“The Wallabies will be training out of the Gold Coast for two weeks leading into their Test matches against South Africa at Suncorp on September 8 and against Argentina at our own Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday, September 15,” said Sports Gold Coast Chairman Geoff Smith.