Do you know someone who deserves to be the Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year?
Asteron Life, in conjunction with the Australian Rugby Union (ARU), want to reward those out there in the community who dedicate their time to teaching your children the love for the game and someone who instils in them integrity, discipline, respect and teamwork.
This is the second year that Asteron and the ARU will be awarding the Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year award and entries are open until July 10.
A panel, including current Qantas Wallabies Head Coach Michael Cheika, will choose the final winner.
The winner will be invited to the John Eales Medal Dinner where they will be resented with their award. They will also receive a cash grant for their club and the current Wallabies Head Coach will pay them a visit.
So, how do I know if my coach deserves this award?
- Has your coach dedicated themselves to serving the community through rugby union for a number of years?
- Do they give up their time for the betterment of the community?
- Do they demonstrate the Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year core values: discipline, integrity, passion, respect and teamwork?
If you think your coach deserves to be considered, head on over to Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year, and complete the nomination form.
Video source: http://asteronlifesuperrugby.com/competition/community-coach-of-the-year/
Sila Tuangakava was the 2014 winner of the Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year award. Tuangakava won for his tireless work as a community volunteer and coach in disadvantaged areas of Western Sydney. Wallabies Head Coach, Michael Cheika, surprised Tuangakava at his club in Penrith to celebrate his achievement and provide his team with an impromptu coaching session.
This award is a fantastic opportunity for the ARU and Asteron Life to recognise the great commitment of our coaches within local communities.
- Michael Cheika
Video source: http://aru.rugby.com.au/News/NewsArticle/tabid/1699/ArticleID/15141/Do-you-know-the-Asteron-Life-Community-Coach-of-the-Year.aspx
Other Asteron Rugby Partnerships
Along with the Asteron Life Community Coach of the Year award, Asteron is running a promotion with tickets to the Super 15 finals up for grabs. All you have to do to enter the Asteron Life Comp is fill out an entry form and attach a photo of how you #CelebrateLife.
Who is Asteron?
Asteron Life Insurance wrote their first policy in Australia 179 years ago. This policy just happened to be the first policy ever written in Australia and not long after, it was the first to pay a claim. Since this time, Asteron Life Insurance has been writing policies and paying claims in Australia. In 2008, Asteron Life Insurance paid than $369 million to a total of 6,200 policyholders. That figure equated to paying $1 million a day to Australian families to help them when they needed it most.