The Harry Currington Award was created to honour one of the founding players for NCC. Harry not only played for NCC, he helped construct our change rooms, served on the committee and was captian on many occasions throughout the grades.
When the Currington's moved into Ternau St in the 1960’s they were quickly asked to fill out a side in the Nightcliff CC.
Harry and his older boys played in the same side for a few years before Harry retired from the sport.
However he firmly believed in the club and spent hours volunteering each week both as an official but also as kit manager, bar manager and club organiser.
When Harry retired from his off-field role the Club decided to create an annual award of the Clubman of the Year for the person who contributed the most off field, named in his honour. Harry was of course the first recipient. Harry was also the first NCC person to receive life membership, and was a steward of the club for many years