About the 2017 Club Roar Awards

SUBMIT YOUR VIDEOS TO ENTER

25 JULY

Round 2 Awards Launch

20 SEPTEMBER

Submissions are officially closed

25 SEPTEMBER

Winners Announced

(online at 12pm)

 
16 Feb 2002: Australia’s first ever Winter Gold medal winner Steven Bradbury crosses the line while America’s Apolo Anton Ohno scrambles for the line to claim second place after the men’s 1000m speed skating final during the Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games at the Salt Lake Ice Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Steve Munday/Getty Images

Here at The Roar we know that Australia’s real sports heroes are made on our local parks and ovals.

That is evident as we judge the 2nd round of the Club Roar Awards and see the talent that is our nation’s grassroots legends.

Steven Bradbury - Club Roar Awards round 2 judge.Olympic legend and all-time Aussie champion Steven Bradbury, is our special guest judge for the Club Roar Awards round 2.

On Monday September 25, we’re awarding $10,000 to local Aussie clubs for the most jaw-dropping highlights (and lowlights!) from your weekend.

There are nine categories to be awarded – so everything from a trick shot to a trip can bring home the bacon.

Round 2 of the Awards are officially closed, but don’t worry – you can still submit videos to Club Roar.

It’s free to enter, and we want to see as many unforgettable moments as we can – so feel free to enter as many times as you like.

The winners will be announced online during a special presentation of Roar Live at 12pm on Monday 25th September, 2017 – remember to mark your calendar and tune in to view the winning entries!


Glenmore Park Cricket Club
Fitzroy Doncaster Cricket Club
Melbourne University Cricket Club
Toowoomba Rugby League
Geelong Cricket Club
Devon Meadows Cricket Club