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Members of the Adjudicator’s Advisory Board

Kerryn Waddell

Kerryn Waddell

Director of Adjudicating

Kerryn has been a member of ASCA (Victoria) since 1989 having served on the Committee as Secretary, the CVI Director of ASCA, Vice President and President. She has adjudicated a broad range of divisions and age groups in all States, Territories, at Royal South Street since 1996; and at the National Championships on 3 occasions. Her recent Calisthenic achievements include ASCA Life Membership, ACF Official of the Year 2012, a CVI Certificate of Appreciation and the VIS Official of the Year.

Kerryn has been a representative of the Adjudicators’ Advisory Board for 10 years, and in 2013, commenced as the AAB Director of Adjudicating.  As the Director she looks forward to providing leadership, support and direction to the AAB on all matters related to adjudication; acting as an adviser to the ACF on the training, education and accreditation of Adjudicators; and identifying the changing needs of adjudication and with the AAB developing plans to meet these.

Alison Lewis

Alison Lewis

ASCA delegate – Victoria

Alison has been involved in calisthenics as a pupil, coach, and now as a parent and an adjudicator for nearly 40 years. She has been a part of the Victorian Branch of ASCA since 1997 and has adjudicated teams and solos at ACF National Championships, RSSS, Interstate, CVI State Championships and all Melbourne Competitions. She was presented with a SEV Official of the Year in 2009.

Alison has been a Victorian Branch Committee member since 2002 having held the positions of Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Accreditation Officer and Cadet Coordinator over that time. She currently holds the position of Vice President.

Jennie Feutrill

Jennie Feutrill

ASCA delegate – South Australia

Jennie has been involved in Calisthenics for quite a few years. Her journey began at Seaview Calisthenics Club under Audrey Parsons. She represented South Australia at Royal South Street as a Junior and Intermediate; and had M.R.A.D training competing in Adelaide and Ballarat Eisteddfods in both solos and troupes. Jennie began coaching in 1956 and from 1970-73 coached SA Junior Championshp teams with success at RSSS. She has represented SA on the AAB for several occasions as the SA President, as position which I currently hold.

Being a pupil, coaching and adjudicating Calisthenics have been an important and enjoyable part of her life. Jennie has seen many changes over the years but her enthusiasm for the sport is still strong. “It’s such an enjoyable way to have a lifetime hobby and to make very good friends, who love the sport as I do”.

Lisa Vittese

Lisa Vittese

ASCA delegate – South Australia
Lisa commenced her Calisthenic career aged two following in the footsteps of her mother and grandmother.  As a pupil, she was chosen for many championship state teams.  She won Junior, Intermediate and Senior South Australian State Graceful Titles and in 1979 won the Graceful Girl at Royal South Street.   In 1980, she was a member of a combined team from Adelaide and Melbourne, travelling to America to promote Calisthenics.

Lisa is a Level 2 Coach and has been coaching for over 40 years, having successfully taught all age groups at the top level in State and National Competitions.  She has trained many girls in graceful, solo and duo competitions with winners in State, National and RSS.  In 2012 she was co-coach and a competitor in the Inaugural Pan Pacific Masters competition.

Lisa began adjudicating in 1980 and is currently the President of the SA ASCA Branch.  She has adjudicated in all age groups and aspects of calisthenics in South Australia and Interstate.  The Ballarat senior week was especially enjoyable, the highlight being the Graceful Girl and the Inaugural Solo Competition.  Lisa has also adjudicated dance competitions in Adelaide.

Lisa is fortunate to share her passion with her mother and daughter who, for most of her life, has been a competitor and now a coach.  Together their love for calisthenics continues to strengthen.’.
Dawn Chester

Dawn Chester

ASCA delegate – Western Australia

Dawn Chester commenced adjudicating in Western Australia in 1979. Dawn has held numerous positions within the WA Branch. Dawn has been an Adjudicators’ Advisory Board member since 2005 and has also been awarded the NOP Calisthenic Official of the Year award.

Dawn has coached and adjudicated across all sections and levels of calisthenics. Adjudicating appointments have included ACF National Championships, Ballarat Eisteddfod, interstate and local competitions.  Dawn’s involvement as a participant, coach, skills examiner, adjudicator and Calisthenic mum demonstrate the lifelong commitment and passion she has for developing, promoting and nurturing the artistic sport of Calisthenics.

Shirley Pettitt

Shirley Pettitt

ASCA delegate – Victoria

Shirley has enjoyed a long association in Calisthenics as a pupil, coach, mother and now an adjudicator. Joining the Adjudicators’ Association in 1998, Shirley has been a member of the Victorian Committee since 2002 and is currently the President of ASCA (Vic). Roles undertaken include Assistant Cadet Coordinator, Combined Comp delegate, Minute Secretary and Director of Planning on the ACF Committee of Management.

Shirley has adjudicated many levels and ages at local competitions as well as CVI State Championships, Royal South Street, Interstate and country competitions. She has also conducted seminars to fellow adjudicators and coaches, particularly on Club Swinging and a Writer’s Seminar. A willing member of committees and will now ensure that the AAB benefits from that.

Margaret Bourne

Margaret Bourne

ASCA delegate – Western Australia

Margaret Bourne is one of Western Australia’s Inaugural Calisthenics adjudicators with approximately 30 years adjudicating experience. She has held many positions with the ASCA and is currently President of ASCA (WA). Margaret represented ASCA (WA) on the Adjudicators’ Advisory Board from its commencement in 1991 to 1999. Margaret was awarded the NOP Calisthenic Official of the Year for her services to the Adjudicators Advisory Board.

Margaret’s adjudication experience extends across all sections and levels. Her experience has been at ACF National Championships, Ballarat Eisteddfod and many Interstate appointments. Margaret is committed to the ongoing development of the Australian Society of Calisthenic Adjudicators and has accepted a position on the Adjudicators’ Advisory Board again this year.


ASCA Life Members

VIC

SA

WA

Maureen Connelly (Dec)
Betty Corrigan
Judy Currie
Barbara Evans
Brenda Green
Sue Hayes (Dec)
Margaret Lingham
Joan Lloyd (Dec)
Pat Miles (Dec)
Barbara Nickless
Shirley Pettitt
Helen Simmons
Elaine Smith
Janice Unsworth
Kerryn Waddell
Margaret Whelan
Eileen Deveney
Chryle Ablett
Beverley Bahr
Kay Butterworth
Rita Ellard (Dec)
Val Engel
Jennifer Feutrill
Diane Harris
Rhonda Pilkington
Mavis Scott (Dec)
Shirley Tilley
Pam Walters
Margaret Bourne
Linley Campbell
Dawn Chester