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Farnham Sports Awards 2018

Junior Team of the Year

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Weydon School Under 16 Football Team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Ben Wish bwish@weydonschool.surrey.sch.uk Assistant Principal

Reasons for Nomination

They have achieved the double this year. They won the Aldershot and District Final beating strong sides, Salesian College Farnborough, All Hallows, Yateley School and Robert Mays in a final at Aldershot FC. They also won the Surrey County Cup Final. No Weydon side had previously got to a County Cup semi-final. They beat Fullbrook, Wimbledon College, Coombe Boys School, Richard Challoner and Glyn School in the final at Leatherhead Youth FC. Glyn were champions for the previous 2 seasons. The win in the final against Glyn was on penalties, having been 1-1 after normal time. The side through their years at Weydon had never previously won anything, and their season has been built purely around hard work and team spirit. They have worked hard for 4 years, but to have achieved what they have done in their final year of school, given the previous 4 years, has been eye opening to say the least and says a lot about how a good team ethic and never give up attitude can allow you to achieve fantastic things. If you need any further information, please let me know. I am able to give you a breakdown of scores, and scorers for each game, or specific details.
  1. Dedicated
  2. Determined
  3. Passionate

Mole Valley Sporting Achievements 2018

Sports Personality of the Year

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Saul Brignell 19 years or over

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Jo Sheedy jo.sheedy@molevalley.gov.uk work colleague

Reasons for Nomination

Saul has been running with a club less than two years, and has made significant progress in the last year. So much so that he challenged himself to run 10 marathons in 10 days. Taking an unpaid Sabbatical from his job as Transport Manager at Mole Valley Community Transport, he supports two very worthy causes, the Conservatory Club- which is a centre for people with dementia and the Meeting Room- drop-in for people coping with Mental Health issues. He ran and completed all of his 10 marathons over the last week or so, in blistering sunshine, with temperatures reaching 90 degrees on some days. He is an inspiration to everyone here at Mole Valley District Council, and I believe he will inspire others to believe in themselves and to achieve what might be thought as the "un-achievable".
  1. Determined
  2. Brave
  3. Awesome

Reigate and Banstead Sports Awards 2018

Club of the Year

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Selina Adams 19 years or over

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Lesley Cameron lesleycameronis@gmail.com none

Reasons for Nomination

1. Sovereign provides classes for all children in the area, from the age of 4. 2. Once in squad they are able to coach and train which I think is amazing. 3. Their is no limits on who can come and learn the sport. 4. New team prep squad
  1. Good Coach
  2. Friendly
  3. Determined

Specsavers & Active Surrey Coach of the Year

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Selina adams 19 years or over

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Victoria bignall vbignall@yahoo.com Club parent

Reasons for Nomination

1. Encouraging the children to be the best they can be. Helped my child with ADHD be able to participate in class. Goes the extra mile to get good results. Puts many hours into the elite squad routines. Selina spends a minimum of 5 days at the gym and all her evenings coaching while juggling 2 young children on her own. The amount of planning that goes into her rec classes and squad routines is more than can be expected! She is like a second mum to all the children!
  1. Dedicated
  2. Inspiring
  3. Kind

Volunteer of the Year

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Ben Radford 18 years or under

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Sean reynolds info@fuziondojo.com Coach

Reasons for Nomination

Ben is here to help with the kids sessions and lead them every week with out fail is always willing to help where needed the kids are inspired by him
  1. inspiring
  2. organised
  3. helpful

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Roger Long 19 years or over

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Helen Lawson helenandlaurie@gmail.com Coach at Redhill and Reigate Swimming Club

Reasons for Nomination

Roger has volunteered at Redhill and Reigate Swimming Club since 1994 -24 years. He attends a swimming session on a Friday night where he helps the younger swimmers at entry level to the Club. This allows them to have time in a small group to develop the skills they need to progress in their development and stamina to move through the swim pathway. He has helped certain swimmers develop from the entry level, in which he contributes to, develop over period of time competing at Regional level. His patience and commitment is invaluable to the club he has been an un sung hero for a very long time. I don't think he realises his contribution over the amount to years he has done. His enthusiasm and fun twists on swim drills has allowed the new and young swimmers to form friendships, have a passion for swimming and forge commitment to the sport making sure the sessions do not become 'stale' or boring. Creating passionate, characteristic and skilled swimmers in which can be developed into a high level.
  1. creative
  2. committed
  3. invaluable

Young Boys Team of the Year

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The Beacon School Year 9 Football Team 18 years or under

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Jack Tyson j.tyson@thebeaconschool.co.uk PE Teacher and Manager/Coach

Reasons for Nomination

The Beacon Boys Year 9 School Football Team have demonstrated some fantastic achievements since joining the school in Year 7. The Beacon has a much improved reputation for sporting achievements and this team were the start of that. They have been successful winners of the district cup and league for the past 2 years, a long with winning the district league in Year 7. They are fantastic ambassadors for our school demonstrating a positive attitude and sportsmanship in everything that they do, this has been commented on by a lot of local schools in our district.
  1. Pride
  2. Effort
  3. Character

Young Girls Team of the Year

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South Park Girls Under 12s 19 years or over

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Rosemary Burton rosemary_burton@yahoo.com Parent

Reasons for Nomination

South Park Girls U12s have had an excellent season. They won the Division 3 title, losing only won game all season and only conceding 8 goals in the Surrey Women and Girls League. They also reached the semi final of the Cup, only losing to the eventual winners and beating two Premiership teams along the way. They were also voted as the team with the best sporting attitude by the other teams in their league.
  1. Winners
  2. FairPlay
  3. Sucess

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South Park girls u12 18 years or under

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Emma schutz paulandemma@hotmail.com Parent of player

Reasons for Nomination

A division 3 team who won their league and were in the semi finals of the cup, beating premier division teams along the way.They played with great dedication , commitment and teamwork in all matches and showed spirit in never giving up. They were often complimented on their good behaviour and friendly attitude by other team coaches.
  1. Dedicated
  2. Committed
  3. Hard working

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South Park Girls u12 18 years or under

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Spence Ogilvie SpenceOgilvie@gmail.com Coach

Reasons for Nomination

Last year the same group of girls won only 1 game , only scored 9 goals and conceded over 100 goals. This season we have won the title losing only one game and only conceded 8 coals scoring 60 Goals. The girls reached the semi Final of the cup from 37 teams, the lowest ranked team to ever get that far. When the girls play they are recognised across the league as the ‘nicest’ team and have showed some great sporting gestures by lending players when the opponent was short of players. When they played v Kempton the referee wrongly awarded the girls a penalty and because it wasn’t a hand ball the striker rolled the ball back formthe jeeper to pick it up. It’s been a dream season for the team beating Crystal Palace in a cup thriller.
  1. Champions
  2. Inspirational
  3. Sporting

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U13 Southpark girls 18 years or under

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Lloyd Searle l.searle@fonealarm.co.uk Player parent

Reasons for Nomination

Demonstrated fair play and good sporting attitude . Never give up
  1. Persistent
  2. Hard working
  3. Devoted

Sport Godalming Awards 2018

Specsavers Sport Development Award

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Fiona Lashmar flashmar@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina is a dedicated and positive sports young Sports Woman. She has surpassed all her original goals and beat an England international. She is an excellent advocate for the sport and has the potential to be a star of the bowls world.
  1. dedicated
  2. positive
  3. focused

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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David Ewing dewing@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yaz has a great record at bowling - competing at county level and above. This fits in with her character at school where she is a very positive girl who pushes herself and others to excel. It is great that she has such a talent for sport and this coupled with her character deserve some recognition.
  1. Bright
  2. Engaging
  3. Dynamic

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Rosie Keohane rkeohane@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina has focused on developing her skills in Lawn Bowling with incredible results. She has striven to ensure that she is the best competitor in the local area, whilst continuing not only to work exceptionally hard at her GCSEs, but has also volunteered across the school to help and support our community. Yasmina's hard work is beginning to show results, as her fantastic achievements demonstrate and it would be a wonderful acknowledgement of her dedication to her sport to win this award.
  1. Conscientious
  2. Dedicated
  3. Enthusiastic

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Lynne Smith lynne_smith@talktalk.net Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yas has made significant progress in her sport and shown true grit and determination. She gives her all in everything she does including keeping up with her school work at all times. She clearly wants to do her best in anything she puts her name to.
  1. Dedicated
  2. Profesional
  3. Amazing

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Charlotte Strange cstrange@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Head of Year

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina is a fantastic attribute to Rodborough School. She is hardworking, polite, determined and passionate about Bowls. Yasmina is working with great effort to get bowls greater knowledge and a greater following in the local community and beyond.
  1. Passionate
  2. Determined
  3. On a mission!

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Helen Allsop hallsop@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk teacher

Reasons for Nomination

We are all very proud of Yasmina's achievements in lawn bowls. Playing for Surrey County and recently defeating an England International 15-5. She is the first person from Godalming ever to be in the final of a ladies Under 31 competition for the Palm Trophy. In addition, Yasmina is a fantastic student. Incredibly polite, well-mannered and friendly. She approaches her studies with dedication and enthusiasm and is one of our top performing pupils.
  1. driven
  2. hardworking
  3. team player

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Fiona Doyle fiona.doyle58@btinternet.com Staff at Secondary School

Reasons for Nomination

she is determined, hardworking, conscientious and is passionate about this sport she has excelled and reached beyond the goals she originally aspired to reaching
  1. Delightful
  2. Caring
  3. hardworking

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Matthew Armstrong-Harris head@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina has not only excelled in her sport and is a genuine contender to represent the nation in her chosen sport, she is hugely supportive of her fellow students, is hardworking and is committed. She is a real ambassador not only for the sport, but for all young people.
  1. Committed
  2. Generous
  3. Resilient

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Moira Khan moira.khan1@gmail.com Cousin

Reasons for Nomination

As long as Yasmina has been participating in bowls, her growth has been outstanding and she has demonstrated a clear outstanding natural talent, that has not only blown her friends and family away, but her sports and team colleagues too. She has surpassed many a time, rivals of a more mature standing and older competion class and all with modesty and dignity at what she does. She is clearly an up and coming star in the sport, and dedicated to achieving her goals. We couldn’t be happier for Yasmina and look forward to witnessing her success.
  1. Motivated
  2. Humble
  3. Driven

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Kate Watson kwatson@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina has been working exceptionally hard at her bowls and has been improving throughout the year. I have been privileged to share in her successes in the sport and she always approaches all her activities with great enthusiasm and determination.
  1. Inspirational
  2. Dedicated
  3. Diligent

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Richard Watt richwatt01@gmail.com Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina has been working hard for the last 7 years to meet the standards required for the England bowls team. She is an inspiration for others and is also very generous and giving in her sport but also outside of it. Yasmina desperately needs sponsorship to further her in her coaching and equipment requirements.Her achievements in bowls have been impressive for someone so young. Her commitment to the sport have enabled her to be asked to join Surrey County. Recently, Yasmina played a match where she beat an England International 15-5. She was also the first person from Godalming to be in the final of a ladies Under 31 competition called Palm Trophy.
  1. Hardworking
  2. Focussed
  3. Inspiring

Trade Direct Insurance Young Sports Personality of the Year

Nominee Details

Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

Nominator Details

fiona Lashmar flashmar@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina is a dedicated and positive sports young Sports Woman. She has surpassed all her original goals and beat an England international. She is an excellent advocate for the sport and has the potential to be a star of the bowls world.
  1. Positive
  2. dedicated
  3. focused

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yasmina hasan 18 years or under

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David Ewing dewing@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yas is a very positive student here at school who has great interpersonal skills and motivation. She has excelled in her sport reaching county level and beyond. she is an ambassador for her positive attitude and it is great to see her excelling in a sport often associated with much older people.
  1. Bright
  2. Engaging
  3. motivated

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Lynne Smith lynne_smith@talktalk.net Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yas is a delightful young lady who is committed to every aspect of her life. Whatever she takes part in she gives 110% and clearly wants to do her best. She is very dedicated to her sporting achievements but it is not at the sacrifice of any other element of her life particularly her school life. She remains dedicated to her studies whilst also achieving amazing success in her sport.
  1. Dedicated
  2. Professional
  3. Amazing

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Charlotte Strange cstrange@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Head of Year at Rodborough School

Reasons for Nomination

Yaz loves bowls and is passionate about bringing greater awareness to the sport. She has gone from strength to strength and needs financial support to provide her with the coaching ad equipment she needs. Yas is the most polite, hardworking and diligent young lady and any support she could get would be received most humbly.
  1. Determined
  2. Passionate
  3. On a mission!

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

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Caroline Mackay cmackay@rodborough.surrey.sch.uk Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

I run the D of E award at school and through this I have realised how much time Yasmina dedicates to her Lawn Bowls. She is committed and actually a role model to other students. I wish her every success going forward!

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Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Fiona Doyle fiona.doyle58@btinternet.com Staff at Secondary School

Reasons for Nomination

She is determined, hardworking, conscientious and is passionate about this sport
  1. Conscientious
  2. Delightful
  3. Caring

Nominee Details

Yasmina Hasan 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Richard Watt richwatt01@gmail.com Teacher

Reasons for Nomination

Yasmina has been working hard for the last 7 years to meet the standards required for the England bowls team. She is an inspiration for others and is also very generous and giving in her sport but also outside of it. Yasmina desperately needs sponsorship to further her in her coaching and equipment requirements.Her achievements in bowls have been impressive for someone so young. Her commitment to the sport have enabled her to be asked to join Surrey County. Recently, Yasmina played a match where she beat an England International 15-5. She was also the first person from Godalming to be in the final of a ladies Under 31 competition called Palm Trophy.
  1. Hardworking
  2. Focussed
  3. Inspiring

Volunteer of the Year

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Meath Swimming Club Volunteer Team 19 years or over

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Alexandra Newman physio@meath.org.uk none

Reasons for Nomination

The Meath Swimming Club was established 2 years ago to enable those residents with severe epilepsy to access their local pool and swim to improve their fitness. Due to the profound nature of their disability they have to be supported 1:1 in the water at all times.The dedicated volunteer team consist of 10 individuals who swim side by side with the residents and enable them to work towards their fitness goals and increase their activity levels. These truly amazing volunteers give us their time, energy, humour and compassion week after week and bring with them their good cheer and encouragement for those who face life with challenging medical conditions. The Meath is proud to have 18 residents swimming each week in two groups of 9 ,and without the volunteers this would not be possible due to the high intensity of people required. They have taken on leaning about autism and seizures, learning and physical disability and how to support each person , keep them safe, and when to alert the physio team if they think things are not right. As a group they have formed a cohesive and dynamic team who help us. We couldn't do it without them , and I feel some recognition for their amazing contribution would be well deserved.
  1. Compassionate
  2. Enthusiastic
  3. Dedicated

Sport Guildford Awards 2018

Young Sports Team of the Year

Nominee Details

Guildfordians U13 Girls Rugby team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Hannes Black hannes.black@hotmail.com Coach & father of one player in team

Reasons for Nomination

1. Achieved success and competed at a consistently high level throughout the year: The team (Guildfordians & Camberley RFC U13 Girls Cluster) played together in two Surrey Waterfall cup competitions. The first Cup Competition was played between 5th November 2017 and 10th December 2017. The team played a total of 10 shortened cup matches during this period and won 5, lost 4 and drew one. The team ended up winning the Surrey Waterfall U13 Girls plate (3rd position in total) on 10th December 2017 by convincingly beating Sutton & Epsom by 50 - 15. The team (Guildfordians & Camberley Cluster) entered the 2nd Surrey Waterfall Competition for 2018 which would be full length matches. The first round match was against Wimbledon on 21st January 2018, who won the Cup pre-Christmas. We beat Wimbledon 35 -15 in the first round. In the second round on 25th February 2018 the team beat Old Reigatians 35 - 25 to progress to the cup final. On 25th March 2018 the team beat the cluster team of Cobham & Chobham 65 - 15 to win the Surrey Cup! On 22nd April 2018, Guildfordians U13 Girls entered the Surrey U13 Girls 7s tournament as an individual team (separate to Camberley RFC). The Guildfordians girls won all three their group matches (including one match against Camberley) to progress to the semi final. They convincingly won the semi final and then faced Sutton & Epsom in the final. The team came back from trailing 0 -10 at half time to draw level at full time and then score the winning try in sudden death extra time to be crowned the Surrey 7s champions (unbeaten in five matches on the day and scoring 31 tries and only conceding 8! Our team was unbeaten in full matches since January 2018 to May 2018. In total for the 2017/2018 season (October 2017 to May 2018) the team scored 208 tries and only conceded 97. 2. Demonstrated fair play and a good sporting attitude throughout the year: The girls play their rugby with a great attitude and a smile on their faces at all times. They even volunteer to play for the opposition at times if they are short of player numbers! Two of our team members were Young Ambassadors for the Surrey Youth Games this year. The team has a great attitude on the field of play and respect the referee and opposition which is great to see. On occasions when faced with less respectful opposition players/supporters and faced with foul play, our team has kept their discipline and respect and not let this get the better of them and still congratulated the other team on their performance. Their willingness to learn is something to behold and they constantly strive to improve as players, but also abiding by the core rugby values. The friendships formed this year will last! The team and the club received great feedback from some of our opposition as well and it was clear that a great attitude contributed to us being able to arrange 7 friendly matches during a busy season with like minded opposition teams. 3. Show significant improvement from previous years: The season started fresh with Guildfordians and Camberley clustering for the first time. This was a major challenge as not only do U13 girls rugby include two age groups (U12 and U13 combined, which brings its own challenges), but now they had to accommodate players from two different clubs and they did not know each other. The previous season (2016/2017), Guildfordians only won one match and was totally outplayed on most occasions. This season (2017/2018) they improved so much to end up winning the Surrey Plate, Surrey Cup and then were crowned the Surrey 7s champions. Although the performance and improvement on field was unbelievable and the team became so successful and improved in such a short space of time; the best was to see how well all the girls got to know each other, became friends and played as one team, even though they were from two separate clubs. Teamwork, sportsmanship and enjoyment was certainly at the forefront. Six of our team members were selected for the Surrey U13 Development squad which shows the strength of our team. A few others narrowly missed out on selection, but improved so much since that they will have a great chance to make the cut next time round.
  1. Determined
  2. Successful
  3. Respectful

Nominee Details

Guildfordians girls Un13 Rugby Team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Gary jackson garyjackson239@gmail.com Parent of Player

Reasons for Nomination

I am nominating this team as I have coached rugby for over 20 years . Within the boys set up from u 7 through to U 16. And without doubt this group of young ladies have gone from a rocky Start in the early September. Into a fantastic group of players. Who all play for each other with friendship and total team work And comradery. And the attention to coaching is second to none. As a result of the thirst for knowledge of Rugby. The team has developed their skills each and every one skill set Has improved as a result. The team then ended the season cup champions. 7s Champs. To name a few. But each player has shown. What happens when . You play together. as a team. Which this group of girls have Done. Their Moto. Train together. Play as one No super stars team work. Wins the day.
  1. Team work
  2. Friendship
  3. Unity

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Guildfordians U13 Girls Rugby team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Susan Deacy iodama2000@yahoo.com Parent of player

Reasons for Nomination

I am making this nomination as someone who has stood on the touchline and experienced the team growing during the year - into one that deserves their various successes and that is comprised of a group of girls who adore rugby and all it can bring in terms of, for instance, teamwork and mutual support. They started out as, in some ways, two teams when Guildfordians and Camberley were joined together for the season. But, supported by a motivational coach, Hannes Black, the girls showed commitment to play their best as individuals and to come together as a unit. How deep their sporting attitude goes may be exemplified by such actions as volunteering to play for other teams who were players short (criteria 2). As recently as autumn 2017, some of the players were new to rugby (criteria 3). The team was overwhelmed in a pre-season friendly but went into the Christmas period as winners of the Waterfall Plate. After Christmas, they remained unbeaten and went one step further when they won the Waterfall Cup. They also ended the season by being crowned the Surrey 7s champions, making them, I think, the best Under 13 girls' 7s team in the county! (criteria 1).
  1. passionate
  2. improved
  3. motivated

Nominee Details

Guildfordians U13 Girls Rugby team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Kathryn Waring kathryn.waring@gmail.com Daughter plays in the team

Reasons for Nomination

My daughter joined the team after trying out Rubgy with the Surrey Youth Games. She loved being able to participate in a team sport, and historically a male dominated sport. The team quickly bonded, friendships grew quickly. They felt empowered, even after suffering an initial huge defeat! Who would have known by the end of the year they were strong winners of both the Surrey U13 Waterfall Cup and Surrey 7's tournament. Throughout the year, through fair play, good manners and high spirits, they also won the respect and friendship of opposition teams and their supporters who cheered for them during the final of the Surrey 7's.
  1. Teamwork
  2. Friendship
  3. Warriors

Nominee Details

Guildfordians U13's Girls Rugby Team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Leanne Riley lrileypt@gmail.com 07947537048

Reasons for Nomination

I believe the girls deserve recognition for their achievements this year. They started as an entirely newly formed team, with little or no game experience. In girls rugby, the age bracket goes up every 2 years. GRFC only had 2 existing girls in this age bracket, all the other players had just moved up from the age below and therefore were playing against people older and more experienced. They grew and grew as the year went on. The games at the start of the season were played very individually (with raw talent on show), to the end of the seasons where they actually became a team and were inter-linking extremely well. Some of the tries that were scored were sensational to watch. All parents/spectators thoroughly enjoy watching the girls play and the smiles on their faces as soon as they turn up, to the post match meal is the reason I love the game. I feel a few of the girls have a long career in the game and I only hope they stick with rugby!!
  1. Ultimate Team
  2. Exhilerating to watch
  3. Prospects of the future game

Sport Woking Awards 2018

Active Surrey Coach of the Year

Nominee Details

Will Coles 19 years or over

Nominator Details

John Dunsford j.dunsford@horsell-junior.surrey.sch.uk colleague

Reasons for Nomination

Will Coles Will is the Sports Coach here at the Horsell Junior School. He teaches PE to all the children in the school. His lessons are always engaging and encourage all of the children in the school to get active and enjoy themselves regardless of ability. He has a positive attitude in every session he leads. He is always looking to increase his coaching knowledge and often takes part in external training sessions across the county to improve his practise. He runs lots of clubs across the school for girls and boys covering football (for several year groups), tag rugby, cricket and dodgeball. This year he has coached over fifteen different teams in Inter School events and helped the school be more successful than we have ever been in our 40 year history. We have won thirteen inter-school events this year including an unprecedented six school Woking district events in the following disciplines Y3/4 tag rugby Y5/6 tag rugby Y6 Boys Football Y6 Girls Cricket Y6 Netball Y5/6 District Athletics Three of these teams represented Woking at County Finals across Surrey. The highlight being the Y6 Netball team winning the county championship for the second year running. Alongside this success, Will always encourages his team to focus on our school values of friendship, compassion and respect. He is a paid member of staff but regularly gives up extra time freely and always works tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure his teams have the resources, transport and encouragement they need to be successful. All our children thoroughly enjoy working with Mr Coles in whatever sporting capacity that my take. He is an outstanding coach and a worthy nominee
  1. committed
  2. supportive
  3. driven

Team of the Year

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Richard Grady 19 years or over

Nominator Details

Andy Burrell a.burrell@ntlworld.com Club Chairman

Reasons for Nomination

As Club Captain and player Richard led the club to league championships for both teams his drive and desire pushing the whole club forward throughout the season. Richard has the total respect of all members and players new and old due to his unwavering sportsmanship and examples of fairplay over his thirty plus years of dedication to the club. The efforts he put in this season led directly to the club being able to field an additional team and promotion to Surrey 3.
  1. Dedicated
  2. Passionate
  3. Loyal

Nominee Details

Woking Rugby 1st XV 19 years or over

Nominator Details

Andy Burrell a.burrell@ntlworld.com Club Chairman

Reasons for Nomination

The team achieved an undefeated season winning Surrey 4 as champions and gaining promotion with an outstanding disciplinary record.
  1. talented
  2. driven
  3. disciplined

Young Team of the Year

Nominee Details

Horsell CofE Junior School Netball Team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

John Dunsford j.dunsford@horsell-junior.surrey.sch.uk PE Co-ordinator at the school

Reasons for Nomination

Horsell Junior School Netball team retained the Surrey Primary County trophy this year (this is remarkable because only two players from the current team played in last years county win). They also qualified for the finals of the Road to the Copper Box tournament at the Olympic Park hosted by Surrey Storm. Here they played a variety of schools from across the South East, many of whom were large independent schools. They finished a creditable 6th. They always play with fantastic skill and teamwork. The development they have displayed since joining the netball club in Year 3 is remarkable. Not only are they a fabulously skilled team, they are a team of girls who always play with great sportsmanship, humility, sense of fair play and enjoyment. I cannot remember a game in which they were not smiling and relishing the camaraderie of playing together. Their spirit was epitomised when one of their team was awarded the tournament fair play award in the Road to the Copper Box qualifying event at the Surrey Sports Park. They have been a delight to work with during their time at the school and have been fantastic role models for all the children lower down the school. They even beat a team made of staff members at the end of the year and were their usual humble and respectful selves. We are incredibly proud of them and I feel they would be very worthy nominees of such an award.
  1. humble
  2. skilled
  3. joyful

Surrey Heath Sports Awards 2018

Active Surrey Coach of the Year

Nominee Details

Ashley Tombs 19 years or over

Nominator Details

Sarah Tombs slcarton@gmail.com Wife/manager of club

Reasons for Nomination

I'm nominating Ashley for this award for his true dedicated attitude towards this club. Avalanche started back in 1998 in the coming years it really didn't take off. Ashley became a coach 8 years ago coaching children aged 14 and under. Ever year he has made the teams reach national levels in many championships. And this year coached his under 13s team to a European championships in denmark. This came at a cost. 2 weeks before the team and Ashley were due to fly to Denmark to represent team GB Ashley who plays inline hockey himself was involved in a accident whilst playing and broke his ankle. 3 days before they were due to fly Ashley had an appointment with the doctors at frimley park who told him that they didn't want him to fly and he stay and have surgery that he needed to fix his ankle. I sat with Ashley in that room that day whilst tears rolled down his face at the thought of not being able to coach his team in the competition. After a few moments Ashley looked at the doctor and said "No I'm going I can't let them down" After some begging the doctors agreed to let Ashley fly so he had a cast cut on his leg and injections everyday. They made it there and well what a weekend the team came 6th overall which is the highest and GB have ever done in the years the competition has been running, We flew home Monday and Ashley was into surgery Tuesday morning and now is on the road to recovery. Ashely gives up countless hours training the children at our training pads in ash vale and bisley, all un paid not to mention the running all around the country to venues to coach the children in competition, tourements and different inline events. Ashley has turned the club around and now is a popular and well know club all thanks to Ashley I speak on behalf of every child parent and person who has been coached or child coached by Ashley to say he litrally is one of a kind and deserves this award 100%
  1. Dedicated
  2. The best
  3. Hero

Outstanding Service to Sport

Nominee Details

David Noble 19 years or over

Nominator Details

Gillian Thomas gillian@gmthomas.me.uk Fellow Coach at Lightwater Junior Badminton club

Reasons for Nomination

Dave Noble has been the back bone and stalwart of grass roots badminton in Surrey Heath running a junior club for countless years - probably for more fingers and toes that I can count on!. Encouraging all children to find a love for the sport and actively get involved to the very best of their own abilities. Always encouraging and finding ways to adapt and coax even the most timid player to find delight with their improvement and development as a player. Many former club players will keep in touch and indeed will offer their coaching skills back to the club where they first started their badminton journey. He has tirelessly coordinated the SYG for Surrey Heath for badminton amassing the full rainbow of shirt colours he has always remained the calm and diligent constant, dealing with all the rules, admin and regs! He can proudly say (although he would never say it) that he has been able to introduce badminton as a sport to many young people in Surrey Heath. Undeniably it is his love for the game that he wants to share and spark that interest in the youngsters today. Seeing this year's team whether winning or losing their games at SYG try their best and "beam" when they finished their games says it all. His fellow coaches feel extremely fortunate to have his guidance and wisdom at the helm.
  1. Encouraging
  2. Considerate
  3. Unstinting

Specsavers Young Sports Team of the Year

Nominee Details

Camberley & Farnborough u14 boys hockey team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Jo ronnenbergh jronnenbergh@aol.com Mum of a player

Reasons for Nomination

This young team of 13-14 year old boys have built up a brilliant comrade tie and team spirit for the last few years and finally all their hard work and sportsmanship has paid off by winning the league.
  1. Sportsmanship
  2. Hard working
  3. Comaraderie

Nominee Details

Camberley and Farnborough Hockey Club U14 boys 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Helen Elmes helen@twscontracts.com Mum to one player

Reasons for Nomination

These boys have had a phenomenal season - not only have they won their league, they have worked so hard and really grown as a team. They are a very sporting bunch of lads, who whatever the weather or result have held their heads high and because of this should be extremely proud of their immense achievement this season. The training and support from the coach and his team has been invaluable with a very high turnout at all training sessions an indication of not only how much the team enjoy hockey but how much respect they have for the coaches.
  1. Team
  2. Sporting
  3. Hard working

Nominee Details

Curley Park Rangers U9 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Carla Ringer carlaringer@yahoo.co.uk Mother of one of the team

Reasons for Nomination

The under 9's Eagles Football Team at Curley park Rangers won the Division 7 Conference Cup. Previously they came 2nd, and worked hard to come together as a team this year and go on to win. They are a very respectful group of boys and as a team are very inclusive, giving all the boys a chance to play and not only sticking to certain positions. The coaches have been brilliant with all the boys, even the ones who are not as strong. They give every boy a chance to shine. They encourage the boys to be respectful to one another and to other teams and were gracious in victory. Fantastic performance from a great bunch of young boys. To be nominated for this award would mean a lot to the boys, the coaches and their families.
  1. Committed
  2. Inclusive
  3. Hardworking

Sports Team of the Year

Nominee Details

Camberley & Farnborough U14 Boys Hockey Team 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Suzie Nowell suzienowell@tiscali.co.uk Parent of Team Member

Reasons for Nomination

I would like to nominate the U14 Boys Hockey Team for Team of the year. The boys are a close knit team who have been playing together for several years. The boys support & encourage each other all the way, both in training & at matches. This year they led the Hants League all season and, despite some stiff opposition, ended the year as league champions. Throughout the season other teams' managers have commended the teams attitude and sportsmanship. As many of the boys will be moving up to under 16's this year it was very special for them to have won the league.
  1. Dedicated
  2. Sportsmanship
  3. Determined

Surrey Playing Fields Young Volunteer of the Year

Nominee Details

Phoenix Govey-Gray 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Emma Wilson e-jay01@hotmailco.uk Parent

Reasons for Nomination

Phoenix has had a great year as a southern area young referee for British Judo. She has attended seminars where she has learned the new rule changes which she then takes back to her own club to share, ensuring Camberley judoka are up to date with all the new rules when they go to competition. She took a theory and practical exam at the beginning of the year which promoted her from club referee to southern are referee. She has juggled weekends of refereeing with studying for exams and has been sought after by officials from other areas to referee at international competitions and senior ranking events. Phoenix referees at her own Judo club events and has been invited to other Judo clubs to referee at their events also. Alongside this she also helps to coach the under 12 judoka at Camberley Judo club where she has a very good understanding and connection with the children and takes groups of them to compete and coaches them throughout the day, often giving up valuable time preparing herself to compete.
  1. Hardworking
  2. Relentless
  3. Caring

Young Sports Personality of the Year

Nominee Details

Tauheed Mazloom 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Katayoun Karimi-Mazloom babak_kati@yahoo.co.uk Mother

Reasons for Nomination

I nominate Tauheed because he is dedicated and enthusiastic towards his sport (tennis) and made a lot of progress from last year. He is now playing men's tournaments against other clubs for his club (Camberley lawn tennis club) and is winning. He will inspire other young children as he is only 15 but aspiring to be top of the league his club is in. Also, many children would dream of this, and he shows them its possible like what Roger Federer did. Also, his coach is very proud as his expectations have been exceeded by a mile as no one expected him to be asked to be in the men's league! He is also very competitive!
  1. dedicated
  2. enthusiastic
  3. competative

Nominee Details

Lillie Tombs 18 years or under

Nominator Details

Sarah Tombs slcarton@gmail.com Mother

Reasons for Nomination

Lillie is 11 years old and has been playing inline and ice hockey for 4 years. Lillie dedicates all her time to hockey working hard to be the best she can. Inline hockey is a minority sport and within the inline hockey world there aren't many girls. Lillie works even harder to prove she is just as good as they boys at the sport. Lillie wants to work on getting more girls involved in the sport aswell. Back in Oct 2017 lillies team the under 13s avalanche squad won the national championships beating teams from around the country. Thus getting them a place to compete for junior team GB in the European cup competition in Copenhagen Denmark. The teams competing were from denmark., Switzerland,Germany and Russia Inline hockey is there sport and live and breathe it. Overall after a fabulous weekend lillies team came 6th only loosing 2 games all weekend they also made history being the only GB team to come in such a high place. Lillie and her team battled hard all weekend and there dedicated paid off.
  1. Hard working
  2. Dedicated
  3. Sassy