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February 12, 2016 | LATEST NEWS

Vale – Arthur Tunstall OBE

The Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) is saddened by the news of the passing of former Honorary Secretary/Treasurer and Life Member, Arthur Tunstall OBE.

A fighter all his life, Arthur finally succumbed to a long term illness last night. He is survived by his son Robert.

Arthur served as Honorary Secretary/Treasurer of the ACGA for an astonishing 29 years. He was made a Life Member in 1979.

Our thoughts are with Rob and the Tunstall family.

Craig Phillips, Chief Executive Officer, ACGA: “Arthur was a giant in sports administration in Australia. He was a pioneer during the formative years of his sport of Boxing and the (British Empire &) Commonwealth Games Movement in this country.

For much of his time as an administrator, he had his beloved Peggy by his side. Together they were a formidable duo. The organisation we are today is greatly indebted to the service Arthur provided and the solid financial foundation he created.

He will be deeply missed.”

Arthur Tunstall OBE (February 22, 1922 - February 11, 2016) Read More
  • February 04, 2016 | Latest News

    Bowls Australia names new blood for Trans Tasman

    Australian selectors have confirmed two of the sport’s most promising young players, Aaron Teys and Ellen Ryan, will lead the charge for the green and gold contingent in the Development event at the upcoming Trans Tasman test series.

    The NSW young guns, who claimed the Australian Open’s $16,000 men’s and women’s singles titles last June, have been handed the plum blue-ribbon singles positions by the national selection panel for the development portion of the annual test series against New Zealand next month.

    Bowls Australia would like to acknowledge the assistance and funding provided by the Australian Commonwealth Games Association to Bowls Australia for athletes in the 2016 NextGEN AUSComGames Squad program.

    NextGEN AUSComGames was devised by the ACGA to provide assistance to junior players who have been identified as potential 2018 and/or 2022 Commonwealth Games level athletes.Read More
  • February 03, 2016 | Latest News

    Bowls Australia: Rewards keep coming for Brodie

    17 year old Tiffany Brodie is enjoying a meteoric rise in the sport of Lawn Bowls with a sensational 12 months being topped off by national selection.

    Fitzroy Victoria’s Tiffany Brodie will join 10 of the countries brightest young stars set to represent Australia at next month’s Development Trans-Tasman Test Series in Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Brodie was one of 10 Junior Jackaroos Squad members who endured selection trials at Broadbeach Bowls Club in Queensland last week to narrow down four (two girls and two boys) under’18 players to ‘don the green and gold’ in the prestigious Trans-Tasman.

    Bowls Australia would like to acknowledge the assistance and funding provided by the Australian Commonwealth Games Association to Bowls Australia for athletes in the 2016 NextGEN AUSComGames Squad program.

    NextGEN AUSComGames was devised by the ACGA to provide assistance to junior players who have been identified as potential 2018 and/or 2022 Commonwealth Games level athletes.Read More
  • January 28, 2016 | Latest News

    Matthew Mitcham Calls It A Day

    Arguably Australia’s greatest ever diver, Olympic Gold Medalist Matthew Mitcham, has today announced he is retiring from the sport.

    27-year-old Matthew said the time is right to hang up the togs. “I’ve had a really good run, and I’m so grateful that I’ve been able to do what I love for as long as I have,” he said.

    “I have achieved everything I hoped for, including the big three – Olympic Gold in 2008, World Number One in 2010, and Commonwealth Gold in 2014 – which could never have happened without all the help I’ve had along the way.

    “Above all, nothing has made me prouder than being able to represent my Country and my Community at the highest level of sport. The support from the public has been overwhelming, and I’m extremely grateful for that, too.” Read More
  • January 15, 2016 | Latest News

    Queensland Government: Statement on the independent advice into the tender process to appoint a company to produce the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games

    I was proud to be part of a Government that won the Commonwealth Games for the Gold Coast.

    And I am determined – as the new Minister for the Games – to ensure it delivers for the Gold Coast and Queensland.

    As reported, unsuccessful tenderers for the Commonwealth Games opening and closing ceremonies raised concerns about the procurement process.

    In a letter they sent to the Auditor-General they said they wanted to “place on the record” that their objection is only based on concerns with the process, not that the contract was awarded to a firm with global links.

    They said in this letter that the “industry is specialised and by nature global [and] as such firms compete for work around the world.”

    These concerns were forwarded to an independent probity auditor and they have reported back to the Department.

    This morning – in a transparent manner – I have tabled the auditor’s advice in Parliament and it is being provided to the Auditor-General.

    The independent probity auditor has advised the tender was fair and in accordance with the Queensland Government procurement policy principles.

    The tender was consistent with the State Procurement Plan 2014-2018. Read More
  • December 04, 2015 | Latest News

    Games organisers pledge to maintain momentum and reach for gold

    The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) today concludes its fourth Coordination Commission (CoCom) meeting on the Gold Coast, Australia, after a week offering support and monitoring progress to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

    The CoCom chair, and CGF Vice President Bruce Robertson CM CA, said:

    “We have seen an impressive increase in the pace and thoroughness of the cross-partner preparations for the XXI Commonwealth Games.

    “I have no doubt that Gold Coast, Queensland and Australia will deliver a great Games; all the building blocks are in place. Read More
  • November 30, 2015 | Latest News

    KPMG Australia appointed advisor to Commonwealth Games

    One of the world’s largest business advisory firms has signed on as the Official Professional Services Advisor to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC).

    Minister for the Commonwealth Games Kate Jones welcomed the partnership which was announced today on the Gold Coast.

    “The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games will be the biggest event in Australia this decade and KPMG will play a key behind-the-scenes role by providing financial planning, risk management, taxation and internal audit expertise to GOLDOC,” Ms Jones said.

    “KPMG is the only ‘big four’ professional services firm with a dedicated office on the Gold Coast and will bring more local knowledge and expertise to the Games as the first Tier Two sponsor.Read More
  • November 09, 2015 | Latest News

    Australian swimming legends gather to donate rare 1954 film to National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

    Two of Australia’s greatest swimmers, Olympic champions Jon Henricks and Lorraine Thurlow (nee Crapp), will gathered at the North Sydney Olympic Pool on Thursday 5 November, to present the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia (NFSA) with a never-before-seen film shot during their 1954 North American tour – including rare footage of the Australian team’s participation in the British Empire and Commonwealth Games in Vancouver, Canada.

    To watch the videos and read more visit: http://bit.ly/1MI6vwd



G S B Total
AUS 25 19 19 63
RSA 13 7 15 35
ENG 12 16 16 44

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