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The Graham Condon Scholarship was first awarded in 2008 in memory of the late Graham Condon, who lost his life in a tragic accident on the 8th September 2007.

Graham was a six-time New Zealand Paralympian who made a difference in the lives of many people with and without a disability. He influenced New Zealanders, and in particular Cantabrian’s, with his enthusiasm, no nonsense approach and commitment to improving the lives of everyone he came in contact with.


The Graham Condon Scholarship is awarded annually to an athlete who has not yet reached the highest level in their sport, but through outstanding commitment, attitude and ability, demonstrates the potential to achieve this in the future.

The recipient of the Graham Condon Scholarship is announced at our Awards Function at the end of each year and receives a significant financial grant to assist them with their sporting development.

A total of 6 of the 10 recipients are now New Zealand Paralympians - Sophie Pascoe, Holly Robinson, Anthea Dixon, Caitlin Dore, William Stedman and Scott Martlew.

Graham Condon Scholarship Recipients

2017
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008

Scott Martlew
William Stedman
Caitlin Dore
Melissa Counihan
Jacquie Ruth
Anthea Dixon
Holly Robinson
Grant Philip
Eamon Wood
Sophie Pascoe

Para canoe
Para athletics
Para athletics
Powerchair football
Para swimming
Para equestrian
Para athletics
Para shooting
Wheelchair tennis
Para swimming

GRAHAM CONDON SCHOLARSHIP