Tot Jok

Congratulations to the 2022 winner of the John Bewley Memorial Scholarship award,

Mr.Tot Jok. 

Tot has displayed all of the characteristics associated to meet the criteria for this amazing opportunity.Tot is what Red Roo Sports would like every young man in the community to be, a leader.

“It is a great honour to be a recipient of this award, I hope that I can inspire the younger kids to be more involved in their community and strive for greatness”  said Tot

He has consistently put his family first, and understands that nothing in life moves forward without self-sacrifice, discipline and wise council.

Tot recently became the youngest coach in Australia to win a 18U National AAU Championship.

He is the only player and coach that had accomplished this remarkable achievement.

  • 3x South East Juniors Football League Championship player (2013, 2014, 2016)
  • Dandenong Stingrays Player (2015, 2016)
  • Victoria All nations Cup (2016)
  • All Nations World Team Player (2016)
  • Hawthorn Academy Player (2016)
  • St Kevin’s APS Championship player (2018)
  • St. Kevin’s College Graduate (2019)
  • 2x AAU Championship player (2019,2020)
  • 1x AAU Championship coach (2022)
  • Waverley Youth League Captain (2022)

Tot will receive the use of a Toyota Camry for the entire calendar year of 2022, well done Tot Jok on behalf of Red Roo Sports.

Named in honour of the Reverend John Bewley, a significant mentor in Mr. Kerr’s upbringing in Jackson, Mississippi, USA, The John Bewley Memorial Scholarship will reward one young person per year in the RedRoo Sports organisation that best exemplifies the values advanced by Reverend Bewley throughout his life of service and dedication to his community.

“Reverend Bewley changed the lives of countless hundreds of young men and women in my community growing up”, recalls Mr Kerr. “He left an impression on me that has reverberated throughout my life. This man was a legend in the community, and single handily did more for the community than anyone I know growing up in Jackson, Mississippi. He lead from the front, and his legacy needs to be continued. It’s a privilege to pass on the values he taught me to the young people who come to RedRoo Sports”.