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AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS

The Canadian Basketball Official's Commission (CBOC), formerly CABO, was created in November 2015 to help strengthen the alignment in Canadian basketball.

 

Nationally there are three Major awards which can be given:
 

TED EARLEY MEMORIAL AWARD  

MMBRA Winners

  • John McDonaugh (1989)

  • Harry Huss (1997)

  • Mike Homsy (2011)

A maximum of one nominee may receive the Ted Earley Award in any given year.  The criteria, which have been established for CABO’s highest award, include:

  • Nominee is recognized as a superior floor official; Nominee will have a significant number of years of service as an active official with national and international exposure;

  • Nominee will have performed varied forms of service to the basketball community, both provincially and nationally;

  • Nominee will have served in administrative and leadership roles, both provincially and nationally;

  • Nominee will have contributed in both interpretive and educational capacities.

JOHN A. (WINK) WILLOX AWARD 

MMBRA Winners

  • Pierre Marion (1994)

  • Tony Payne (2012)

  • Alfie Paoletti (2015)

In any given year, there may be only one candidate selected for a Willox Award from each province.  Criteria, which have been established for the Willox Award, are as follows: 

  • Good floor official by local standard;

  • Significant length of service to the basketball community;

  • Various forms of service to basketball organizations;

  • Contributions to basketball in an administrative role.

CABO EXECUTIVE AWARD OF MERIT 

MMBRA Winners

  • Harry Huss (1987)

 

In any given year this award may be presented by the CABO Executive to an individual who has made a significant contribution to CABO.

  • Not necessarily awarded annually;

  • Could have more than one recipient any given year.

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