THE 12th annual Stratford District Sports Awards evening organised by the district council takes place on Friday 24th January 2014.
The event will be hosted by the Stratford Manor Q Hotel, with headline sponsors NFU Mutual, Rybrook Stratford, Everyone Active and the Stratford Herald supporting the prestigious event.
The judges have met and a shortlist of finalists in the nine categories has been chosen.
Junior Sports Person: Annabelle Pask – Athletics; Rory Dwyer – Athletics; Caitlin McCarthy – Archery; Georgina Mitchell – Modern Pentathlon; Lucy Shepherd – Football; Thomas McKenzie - TaeKwondo
Senior Sports Person: Imogen Green – Athletics; Josh Newman – Triathlon; Tom Price - Rugby
Everyone Active Junior Team: Stratford School Girls Football Team; Henley School Girls Netball Team; St Benedict’s RC School U15 Boys Football Team; King Edward VI School Fencing Team
Senior Team: Stratford Athletic Club Cross-Country Team; Jump Rope UK Senior Girls Team; Stratford Town Football Club 1st Team
Individual Alternative Sport Award: Freya Bignell – Equestrian Vaulting; Stacie Pegg – Skipping; Erin McGready – Ultimate Frisbee; Michelle Dale – Air Rifle; Lauren Shepherd – Skipping; Josh Walker – Competitive Life-saving
Rybrook Stratford Coach of the Year: Paul Brain – Canoe Polo; Carl Adams – Football; Tom Butterworth – Golf
Volunteer of the Year: Godfrey Witts – Cricket; Malcolm Ankrett – Swimming
Stratford Manor Q Hotel Service to Sport Award: Paul Bearman – Athletics; David Young – Rugby; Neil Smith – Rugby; Bob Macvie – Multi-sports
NFU Mutual Community Sport Award: ILEAP – Disability Sports; Rachael Dale – Skipping
If you are interested in attending this special evening of celebration, tickets can be purchased at a price of £30 per adult and £15 per child. The ticket will include a reception, three-course meal, entertainment and the all-important awards.
Visit www.stratford.gov.uk/sportsawards for more information on all of this year’s finalists or for details on how to purchase tickets. Alternatively contact Helen Slatter on 01789 260606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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