National Wine Center, Hickinbotham Hall
The Blues Awards allows Adelaide University Sport Clubs and the University community to unite and celebrate the sporting and volunteering achievements of our members at our gala event at the end of the year.
The history of the Blue began in 1836 following a boat race between Oxford and Cambridge universities, first as a blue ribbon tied to the bow of the Cambridge boat and later as the colour of the stripes worn by the Oxford crew. Over time, any student who represented Oxford against Cambridge was entitled to wear a dark blue jacket. Eventually, Blues were awarded for outstanding achievement in university sport – a tradition adopted at universities in many parts of the world. Over 4,000 recipients have been awarded a University of Adelaide Blue, Half Blue or Club Letters. Formerly a jacket, today the Blues Award is presented as a certificate and a suitably engraved pin.
The night is also a great opportunity to reflect on the year that was and celebrates a number of the University's sporting highlights which have been achieved over the last 12 months. Who will win 'Volunteer of the Year', 'Coach of the Year', 'Patron's Cup' and/or' Club of the Year'?
We encourage awardees, Adelaide University Sport clubs, family and friends to come along and celebrate a fantastic year of achievements and highlights.
Location: National Wine Center, Hickinbotham Hall
Date: Wednesday 4 December 2019
Time: 7:00pm - 10:30pm
Attire: Lounge Suite, After Five
Included: Three course meal, beverages and live entertainment
Prices: $85 per person ($65 AU Student)
maximum of 12 to a table
RSPVs: Close Monday 25 Nov 2019