Surrey Heath Sports Awards

Information about the Surrey Heath Sports Awards 2023.

Multicoloured stars taken from the sports awards logo with photos of previous winners inside them


The Surrey Heath Sports Awards is an annual event which celebrates the achievements of local coaches, volunteers, athletes and community groups. The awards recognise those who have gone above and beyond in their performances, dedication and commitment to sport and physical activity.

Surrey Heath Sports Awards 2023 winners announced

The winners of the 2023 Surrey Heath Sports Awards were announced at a ceremony at Camberley Theatre on 16 October.

The awards celebrate the achievements of local coaches, volunteers, athletes and community groups, who have gone above and beyond in their performances, dedication and commitment to sport and physical activity.

Winners in our award categories included representation from cricket, athletics, cheerleading, football, netball and boccia, showing the depth and breadth of sport and physical activity taking place across the borough.

Congratulations to the SHSA 2023 winners: 

Legacy Sportwear Sporting Moment of the Year- Harrison Taylor

Harrison represented Surrey in javelin at the National Schools competition, earning selection to the England Athletic Youth Programme at Loughborough. 


Harrison Taylor winner of sporting moment award with sponsor Legacy Sportswear


The Massage Company Team of the Year- Camberley Bowling Club

Camberley Bowling Club won the National Senior Fours championship, gaining qualification to represent England at the British Isles Championships next June 


Camberley Bowling Club winners of Team of the Year with sponsor The Massage Company


Complete Coaching Newcomer of the Year- Lola-Grace Mizzi

Lola-Grace gained qualification to perform in cheer squad in an international tournament in Barcelona after only one year of competing with Eclipse Cheerleading.


Lola Grace Mizzi winner of Newcomer of the Year with sponsor Complete Coaching


Surrey Security Service Community Champion of the Year– Saba Raza

Saba has gone above and beyond in providing health and wellbeing initiatives among ethnic minority and refugee communities.


Saba Raza winner Community Champion with sponsor Surrey Security Services


Surrey Playing Fields Volunteer of the Year- Jemma Barker

Jemma Founded the Lightwater Lasers Netball club to act as a social hub and opportunity for women in the Lightwater area to get active.


Jemma Barker winner Volunteer of the Year with host Peter Gordon


Inclusive Sport Award- Oliver Hastings

Oliver competed at national level in boccia, winning many accolades. Alongside this Oliver volunteers at his local boccia club to inspire others to get involved with the sport.


Oliver Hastings winner of Inclusive Sports Award with Surrey Heath Borough Councillor Morgan Rise


Places Leisure Camberley Outstanding Service to Sport- Keith Ross

Keith has been volunteering with Curley Park Rangers Football Club since the late 1970s and helps out at the club every Saturday morning, setting up the club’s early age teams and ensuring the teams have all the equipment and assistance needed.

Baiju Nakarja accepted the award on behalf of Keith Ross.


Baiju Nakarja collecting award for Keith Ross the winner of outstanding service to sport award with sponsor Places Leisure

Thank you to the Surrey Heath Sports Council and our generous sponsors.

Photo credit: Laura Woodrow 

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