Hertfordshire Service to Sport Awards

This years’ annual Hertfordshire Service to Sport Awards evening took place on Tuesday 28th November 2017 at the University of Hertfordshire Weston Auditorium, and was hosted by Formula 1’s David Croft.

The recipients of this awards are listed below:

Primary School of the Year

Winner: Our Lady Catholic Primary School, North Herts
2nd place: Garden Fields JMI School, St Albans
3rd place: The Grove Junior School, Harpenden

Secondary School of the Year

Winner: Rickmansworth School
2nd place: The Greneway Middle School, North Herts
3rd place: St Albans Girls’ School, St Albans

Apprentice of the Year

Male Winner: Harry Lofting
Female Winner: Joanna Weaver

Service to FE/HE Sport

Winner: Luke Nettleford, University of Hertfordshire
2nd place: Kirsty Armstrong, Oaklands College
3rd place: Mateusz Plaza, University of Hertfordshire

The Nadine Mehta Unsung Hero Award

Winner: Diana & Alan Davis, Paul Davis Fencing Academy
2nd place: DiPPS
3rd place: Liz Evans, Breeze Cycle Group

Male Community Coach of the Year

Winner: Doug Seabrook, Marshalswick Judo Club
2nd place: Nick Carr, Hitchin Town FC
3rd place: Elliott West, Royston Town Youth FC

Female Community Coach of the Year

Winner: Denise Wells, Stevenage Starlets FC
2nd place: Leigh Nicol, Oaklands College
3rd place: Lucy Lawrence, Back 2 Netball

Disability Sport Coach of the Year

Winner: Mark Collins, Everett Rovers
2nd place: Wendy Cook, Special Olympics St Albans
3rd place: Charlotte Canniford, High Springers

Community Project of the Year

Winner: Watford Get Active
2nd place: Forever Active East Herts
3rd place: Pay and Play

The Paul Pearce Award: Contribution to Disability Sport

Winner: Broxbourne Borough Cerebral Palsy FC
2nd place: Special Olympics East Herts Boccia Club
3rd place: Everett Rovers FC Inclusive

Community Club of the Year

Winner: Sir Frederic Osborn Sport Centre
2nd place: Cheshunt FC
3rd place: Garden City Runners

Director’s Awards

Special Recognition: Steve Ward
Parkrun Volunteer Award: Richard Townsend, Sharon Davidson, Tracy Norris
Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service: Special Olympics East Herts

David Wray Service to Sport Award

Winner: Rosemarie Bethel, Breachwood Green JMI School
2nd place: Jo Johnson, Gardenfields Primary School
3rd place: Alison Smith, Hillingdon Triathlon Club

Lifetime Achievement Awards

Alan Lowe
Deb Keenleyside
Edward Dowber
Ian Turner
Joy Spriggs
Ken Heddington
Lynn Jackson
Peter Scarlett MBE
Phil Gibson
Rita Osborne

Last edited by Ken Woodward on November 29, 2017

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