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Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame
cancels Feb. 25, 2021 induction banquet

In light of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and the necessary restrictions
placed on gatherings to prevent its spread, the Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame
committee has decided to cancel its annual induction banquet scheduled for
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021 at the Metrotown Firefighters Banquet Hall.
The deadline for nominations for athletes, builders, coaches and teams to be
considered for induction had been set for Nov. 20, 2021, but the committee has
decided to keep the call for nominations open.

The committee appreciates nominations that have already been received and
will keep nominations open for the next induction banquet. We enthusiastically
encourage sporting organizations and individuals to submit new nominations for
those individuals and teams who have brought honour to the
Burnaby sports scene.

Grant Granger
Chair, Burnaby Sports Hall of Fame

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But on a positive note: The 2022 Induction Banquet will be held on February 24, 2022.
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Origins of the BSHoF

Photos from the 2019 Induction Banquet held on February 27, 2020,
at the Firefighter's Banquet and Conference Centre. (For a larger photo)

2019 induction

Burnaby has produced many fine athletes, builders, coaches, and teams from the outset of its founding in 1892.
The Sports Hall of Fame was incorporated under the Society Act in the year, 2001,
to recognize Burnaby's proud heritage in sports.

Scholarship application: Open to Burnaby students in highschool, public and private. The 2021 Scholarship Application is now posted.

About our scholarship winners for 2020: Both Scholarship recipients will receive a $1,000 bursary.

Sofia Napolitano, who is graduating from St. Thomas More Collegiate, is a national level water polo player having competed with her club in Canadian under-19 women’s championship and at the Junior USA Olympics. She will be pursing a business degree at Simon Fraser University along with continuing her water polo career.

Dario Ciccone was not only the quarterback for the perennial powerhouse St. Thomas More Knights football team, but he was also named B.C. High School Football 2018 AAA Player of the Year, and was nominated for BC Sport high school athlete of the year. He will join the University of British Columbia Thunderbirds football team and intends to take a general arts program and then pursue a law degree.

See their photos on the Scholarship Recipients page.