UPDATE Monday 11 October: CAPITAL WORKS. Quaycentre Main Arena and Hall of Legends will be closed to late November 2021.
 
VENUE REOPENING UPDATE: Friday 8 October 2021. The Quaycentre will reopen from Tuesday 12 October. In line with the NSW Government Public Health Order the Quaycentre will reopen to only fully vaccinated people and those with medical exemptions to attend NSWIS training, NSW Weightlifting and venue tenants. Gymnastics programs will resume from Monday 25 October. Court hire will be unavailable until further notice.
 
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NSW Hall of Champions

Vale Norm Provan

1931 – 2021 

Norm Provan

  • Hall of Champions honouree and a Rugby League Immortal 
  • Played in the first ten of St. George’s eleven triumphant Grand Finals from 1956 to1965
  • Captain-coach in his last five Grand Final wins
  • Played in 14 International Tests and two World Cup Series
  • One of the game’s Gladiators alongside Arthur Summons
  • The Provan-Summons Trophy is awarded to the premierships winners each year

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The NSW Hall of Champions is a sport museum and hall of fame which pays tribute to this state’s greatest sporting successes. Every year, athletes who have achieved at the highest level of their sport are selected for induction.

Since 1979, 377 sportsmen and women representing 56 sports have been added to the Honour Roll.

Sporting icons such as Sir Donald Bradman, Dawn Fraser, Shane Gould and Dally Messenger are included in this prestigious list. More recent champions include Ian Thorpe, Layne Beachley and Michael O’Loughlin. Exhibitions showcasing the museum’s significant collection help bring our sporting heritage to life.

Athletes are approved for induction by the Minister for Sport following recommendations from the Hall of Champions Selection Committee and New South Wales peak sporting bodies.

 

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