Sports Awards Criteria
1. Certificate – All teams
* Not able to achieve a scroll award – normally junior players or players who have not played a full season of first team sport, but are still worthy of recognition.
* Attendance = 75%+
* Attitude = exemplary
* Effort = involved fully
* Sportsmanship = example to team and the rest of EHS in dress and bearing recognition.
2. First team ties
All 1st team players, in grade 10 to 12, who have played 50% of the seasons matches are awarded a 1st team certificate – this allows them to purchase a 1st team tie at the clothing store.
3. Scroll Awards
These are the prestige awards for sport at the school and have three levels: merit, colours & honours. A player has to be a member of a first team (grade 10 to 12) to be awarded these awards. Awards are made at the annual Sports Awards Dinners.
The Procedure for the Nomination of Scroll Awards
* Coach or team manager lists all team members
* Forms are completed assessing the sportsperson on their commitment to the team, achievements during the season and their sportsmanship
* All 1st team players who have played or were selected for over 75% of games for that season are eligible for a Merit award provided sportsmanship and commitment were of a high level
* Team players whose skills raise them above the rest of the team can be nominated for a Colours award at the discretion of the coach/manager
* Team players who are selected for an U18 provincial side in the sport are eligible for an Honours award
* These awards qualify pupils to purchase a scroll at the clothing store for their blazer
* All decisions are discussed and ratified by the Sports Awards Committee that meets at the end of each season
* Criteria may be adapted at the discretion of the Sports Awards Committee
Some sports require minimum qualifications to be achieved:
* Cross Country
* Mountain Biking
* Road Running