The contributions to sport of Glad Gullock and Kellie Tait have been acknowledged by the Sportmen's Association of Australia Ballarat associates branch.
Gullock has been given the 2018 spirit of sport award and Tait is the recipient of the administrator award.
Gullock celebrated her 90th birthday while competing in lawn bowls and athletics at the Alice Springs Masters Games - a biennial event she has attended since its inception in 1986.
She was accompanied by her five children Geoff Gullock, Joy Feltham, Vicki Waldron, Loris Gullock and Jennifer Shepherd, as well as grandchildren and sons-in-law, with the family contesting a variety of sports.
Glad, who is legally blind, won a gold medal in the 100m and mile, and silver and bronze in bowls.
She was a Webbcona Bowls Club foundation member in 1970 and is a club life member.
She has played almost 600 pennant matches, and been a club and Ballarat Ladies' Bowls Association champion in various events, as well as serving as Webbcona and BLBA president.
The spirit of sport is the SAA's newest award, having first been presented in 2014.
TAIT runs AAA Sports Ballarat - a non-profit organisation she established in 2016 to help children from five to 16 years with special needs and disabilities play sport such as Australian rules, cricket, netball and soccer.
She started with 15 youngsters and now assists close to 50.
Tait was prompted to set up AAA Sports when her autustic son was unable to keep pace with mainstream Auskick programs.
She has developed specific programs and pathways for children with needs wanting to get involved in sport.
The administrator award goes back to 1975.