March 06, 2018 at 11:49 AM



Caboolture Sports Club Chief Executive Officer, Kelvin Patch, took out the prestigious Club Secretary/Manager of the Year Award at last night’s Keno & Clubs Queensland Awards for Excellence.

Over 1000 guests from across the State attended the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to see Mr Patch take out the highly sought after award.

Clubs Queensland Chief Executive Officer, Doug 
Flockhart, congratulated Mr Patch on his awards success
Clubs_QLD_Awards.jpgand strong contribution to the community club industry.

“Kelvin has a great deal of experience in the hospitality industry and has been involved in the community club sector for many years,” Mr Flockhart said.

“Under his stewardship, the Caboolture Sports Club has grown to be its regions premier community club and his passion for clubs and his proactive management style has seen club membership and operations develop and expand.”

“His dedicated leadership saw the Caboolture Bowls
Clubs_QLD_Awards2.jpgClub saved from closure in 2006 and it now successfully operates as the Centenary Lakes Sports Club & Function Centre, whilst the Caboolture Sports Club also opened their third venue, the North Lakes Sports Club, last year.”

“Kelvin really is a Club CEO who leads by example.”

Mr Flockhart also thanked Lion Beer Australia for sponsoring the Club Secretary/Manager of the Year Award in 2018.

“Our generous sponsors help make the Keno & Clubs Queensland Awards for Excellence the premier event for the Queensland clubs industry,” he said.

“This allows members from across the State to come together and celebrate the outstanding individual and collective achievements of our vibrant $2.2 billion industry.”