Inclusive Sport the Real Winner at Sport Awards

IMG_6762Sasrapid were well represented amongst the winners at the KPMG Celebration of South Australian Sport on November 22nd. Founder of Sasrapid, Marie Little OAM, proudly accepted the inaugural Margaret Ralston AM ‘GOLDEN DOOR’ Award which represents pioneering women of South Australia who have opened doors leading to greater equality for women’s participation in sport. For more than three decades, Marie has been at the forefront of inclusive sport, here in South Australia and throughout the world and has assisted many thousands of individuals living with disability to access community sport and recreation. Also on the night, CEO of Sasrapid John Cranwell took home the Sports SA Award for the OAMPS Administrator of the Year, which acknowledges his significant contribution to the sports industry. “This award really recognises the great work of the whole Sasrapid Team. Over the last 12 months there have been a number of significant changes within the organisation and at each step, the Sasrapid Team have continued to drive inclusion with passion and integrity.” Most significantly, our rebrand, new ambassador program and continued development of partnerships have created a strong foundation to develop the membership structure and transition project which are integral to the organisations strategic priorities and future growth. The organisation earlier this year secured the AFL great and South Australian legend, Andrew Jarman as an Ambassador for Sasrapid. Jars shows his dedication in such a real and engaging way for those participating in the South Australian Amateur Football League C7 Division, we’re delighted to have him on board”.