Laharum’s Tim Nagorca nominated for volunteer award
The Laharum Football and Netball Club has recently nominated Tim Nagorca for the WorkSafe Country Volunteer of the Year Award. Tim has been an integral part of the club, having taken on a number of volunteer roles following his playing career at Laharum.
Tim served as a coach for the U17 footballers, took on sports training at all levels of the football department, served as chair of the board and managed and worked with all areas needed in running the football and netball club.
Tim’s commitment to the club extends beyond coaching and management. He has dedicated countless hours to maintain the club facilities, working closely with other club members during working bees. Tim and his contributions to the club have not gone unnoticed, as Laharum President Brian Burke has stated that “he is a valued and highly respected member of the club.”
The nomination of Tim for the WorkSafe Country Volunteer of the Year Award is a testament to his tireless efforts in promoting and supporting community football and netball. Tim’s dedication to the Laharum FNC serves as an inspiration to others to get involved and give back to their local clubs.
Tim's nomination was announced at the Laharum v Edenhope-Apsley game on Saturday 6 May, the second WorkSafe Country Club series game of the year.
Laharum is the longest-serving club in the Horsham District Football League, with a proud and rich history. The Demons are celebrating 100 years in 2023. The views from the club's home ground are spectacular, with Cameron Oval Reserve located at the foot of the Grampians (Gariwerd) National Park in western Victoria.
For more information on the awards head to, aflvic.com.au/worksafe-afl-victoria-country-volunteer-of-the-year