June Bevan (given birth to 9 June 1931) can be an Australian badminton participant that has played on the nationwide and international level.
June Bevan (Christened Norma)was created in Parkes in 9 June 1931 to Norman and Lillian One. They transferred to Newcastle in 1935 where June continued to wait Dudley Primary College and Hunter Girls SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. June's main having interests had been netball and hockey, playing at 'A' quality level. Subsequently she made a decision to change to badminton whenever a friend was speaking with her over the bus, her friend wished to get some children together to try out badminton. June stated, "That is right boys reach play and young ladies miss out". June was after that invited along to try out. Enjoying the overall game so much since it was fast and intense, June used badminton at age 17 at the same time when the activity was re-organising following the battle. June continued to try out hockey and netball because they became a way of preserving her fitness and quickness for badminton. Badminton possessed anything that June wished within a sport and it had been accessible a year a year rainfall, hail or glimmer. 1950 was the start of a brilliant having profession as she was chosen in the brand new South Wales group. On 5 Sept 1953, June wedded Keith Bevan (who also performed badminton). As a married few they cannot afford to visit interstate to try out badminton in the Australian Carnival plus getting a honeymoon. Therefore they combined both together and visited Tasmania playing badminton in the Condition team jointly. In 1953, June was chosen to try out for Australia against New Zealand for the very first time and continuing to represent her nation until 1961. June's badminton profession representing New South Wales spanned three years from 1951 to 1984 apart from 1958, 1966 and 1969. June's initial daughter Margaret was created in Sept 1958. IN-MAY 1963, June's second little girl Janine was created and after significant amounts of hard schooling June could represent New South Wales in Queensland in August/Sept that same calendar year. In Dec 1966 her third little girl Christine was created and in July 1969 June's 4th daughter Kim was created. June has gained a lot of New South Wales Condition Titles that she's lost count of these, June in addition has gained 12 Australian Game titles like the Triple Crown on two events. June symbolized the Condition for over 30 years from 1951 to 1982 an archive which no various other badminton player provides had the opportunity to achieve.Since injuring her still left knee in 1992, she's not had the opportunity to try out competitive badminton, a thing that June isn't as well pleased about. Badminton is a family members affair with her four daughters pursuing within their mother's footsteps because they possess all gained many Condition Junior Titles and also have all symbolized the State. Furthermore to her having achievements June is certainly a Life Person in the NSW and Newcastle Badminton Organizations, and you will be time for the coaching areas of badminton with Junior players.June's hubby Keith was a devoted supporter of Badminton and incredibly proud that June had received deserved identification of her accomplishments and commitment to the activity, with a tournament called after her. Unfortunately, Keith, June's ideal fan, passed away on 10 November 2009. Since that time at least one little girl has went to the June Bevan Trophy with June.
1951 to 1984 - New South Wales State Representative Former New South Wales State Mentor - Open up, U21, U19 and U17
Won Australian Girls Singles - 1956, 1960 Won Australian Girls Doubles - 1955, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964 Won Australian Mixed Doubles - 1956, 1957, 1960 Won Australian Experts Badminton Championships Australian Girls Singles - 2001 Won Australian Experts Badminton Championships Australian Mixed Doubles - 2001
1955 - Whyte Trophy against New Zealand 1957 - Whyte Trophy against New Zealand 1957 - Uber Cup against Indonesia 1957 - Uber Cup against New Zealand 1959 - Whyte Trophy against New Zealand 1961 - Whyte Trophy against New Zealand 1979 - Manager and Mentor from the Australian Uber Cup Team
1993 Newcastle Town Council Wearing Hall of Popularity 1998 Medal from the Order of Australia 2000 Australian Sports activities Medal