The Victorian Sport Awards is the night of nights for the Victorian sporting community, celebrating participants, coaches and the organisers and volunteers behind the scenes from all levels of sport in Victoria.
Entrants in the Awards are nominated by friends, family, teammates, club members or their local community because of their outstanding contribution to sport and active recreation and Kelli Tait from Candian is a finalist in the Victorian Community Coach of the Year category.
Kellie Tait is an exceptional sport inclusion coach in the Ballarat community. Founding AAA Sports Ballarat in 2015, Kellie is a trained coach in Auskick, NetSetGo, MiniRoos, In2CRICKET and T20 Blast programs. In the past 18 months, Kellie has coached over 120 children with various disabilities. Kellie has received regional and state-wide recognition for her exceptional coaching work, including 2016/17 MILO In2CRICKET Coach of the Year, Central Highlands 2017 Victorian In2CRICKET Coach of the Year and AFL Auskick Coach of the Year.
3BA Bigshow host PT spoke with VicSport CEO Michael Sholly.