2023 WA Sport Awards
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The 2023 WA Sport Awards were held on Thursday 29 February at HBF Stadium.

Matilda’s superstar Samantha Kerr has taken her place among the greats of Western Australian sport, claiming the coveted WA Sports Star Award for the third time at the 2023 WA Sport Awards.

Kerr becomes just the fifth product of the WA sports system to claim WA’s most prestigious sports award on three or more occasions, with the last sportsperson to notch a third crown being Ric Charlesworth in 1986.  Others to have claimed the WA Sports Star Award on at least three occasions include Dennis Lillee, Rod Marsh while Margaret Court became the only woman to achieve the feat some 50 years ago in 1973.

2023 WA Sport Awards Winners

WA Sports Star
Samantha Kerr (Football)

rebel Junior Sports Star
Iona  Anderson (Swimming)

Team of the Year
WA Men’s Cricket Team (Cricket) 

Coach of the Year
Adam Voges (Cricket) 

ActiveXchange Official of the Year
Tim Kennedy (Lacrosse)

DLGSC Sports Administrator of the Year
Troy Kirkham (West Australian Football Commission)

Service to Sport – May Campbell Medal
Jan Cooper (Australian Rules Football), Tony Ball (Swimming), David Neesham (Water Polo)

RevolutioniseSPORT Community Club of the Year – John Gilmour Medal
Swan Districts Football Club (Australian Rules Football) 

Healthway Healthy Club Award
Kwinana Tigers Hockey Club (Hockey)

RSM Australia Community Sport Volunteer of the Year
Connor Clarke (Kendo Renmei)

Community Sporting Event of the Year
SunSmart Busselton Festival of Triathlon

Sport Initiative of the Year
Team Connect (Cricket)

Organisation of the Year
WA Cricket

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