Surrey Heath Sports Awards 2019
Nominations for this years Surrey Heath Sports Awards are now open! To nominate, please click here. Nominations close at midnight on 8 September.
This year's ceremony will be taking place at the Camberley Theatre on Monday 21 October. The awards are the perfect chance to say a thank you or a well done to an individual or group who really deserve it! This year's categories up for public nomination are:
- Active Surrey Coach of the Year
- Surrey Security Community Project of the Year
- Disability Sports Award
- Sports Personality of the Year
- Young Sports Personality of the Year
- Volunteer of the Year
- Outstanding Service to Sport Award
Congratulations to all the winners at the Surrey Heath Sports Awards 2018
The Awards, celebrating the best in local sporting achievement, were held on Monday 15th October at Camberley Theatre.
Organised by Surrey Heath Borough Council, the awards honour people from across the borough who have excelled in their sport, exceeded personal targets or made a meaningful impact on the local community.
The 2018 winners were as follows:
Active Surrey Coach of the Year: Claire Murray - Heatherside Social Walkers
The Massage Company Sports Club of the Year: Camberley Rugby Club
Arena Leisure Centre Outstanding Service to Sport: Grant Simmons - Ravenscote Junior School
Legacy Sportswear Sports Personality of the Year: Samantha Taylor - GB Age Triathlete
Complete Coaching Young Sports Personality of the Year: Owen Heard - Camberley and District Athletics Club
The National Tennis Association Sports Team of the Year: Camberley and Farnborough Hockey Club Ladies 2nd XI
Specsavers Young Team of the Year: Bisley and Sandown Chase Pony Club Mounted Games Juniors Team
The Camberley Theatre Disability Sport Award: Yasmin Somers - Harlow Athletics Club
Disability Sport Award: Highly Commended: Surrey Chargers - Mixed Ability team at Chobham Rugby Club
Surrey Playing Fields Association Robin Elsdon-Dew Young Volunteer of the Year: Alivia Leahy - Liberty Gymnastics
Specsavers Surrey Youth Games Awards:
Performance of the Games: Parami Aye
Coach of the Games: Mark Dodson
Most Supportive School: Crawley Ridge Junior School
Young Ambassador of the Year: Dylan Wright
Special thanks to our sponsors Specsavers, Places for People, The National Tennis Association, The Surrey Playing Fields Association, Active Surrey, Complete Coaching, The Massage Company, Legacy Clothing, and the Camberley Theatre.
Thank you to everyone who makes sport happen in Surrey Heath.
Well done to all who were nominated, shortlisted, and the winners. Keep up the fantastic work!