Celebrating successes at the Hertfordshire Sports Awards
Community sports clubs, coaches, volunteers and projects were all recognised at the recent annual Hertfordshire Service to Sport Awards
Community sports clubs, coaches, volunteers and projects were all recognised at the recent annual Hertfordshire Service to Sport Awards.
Vice Chairman of Three Rivers, Councillor Martin Brooks, who presented one of the awards on behalf of the district said: “It was a fantastic celebration of sport in Hertfordshire and I was delighted to present Rickmansworth School with the Secondary School of the Year award.”
Every year, sports personnel and volunteers commit their time and energy to Herts sports. The evening, hosted by Sky Sports F1 David Croft, acknowledged and celebrated the massive contribution that volunteers and clubs make.
Councillor Brooks added: “It is important to have occasions like this so we can recognise and reward the outstanding contribution that clubs, coaches and volunteers make to the community sport sector. Without them sport would not be where it is today.”
The list of nominees and winners from Three Rivers and the categories they represent were:
- Rickmansworth School, Secondary School of the Year
- Alison Smith (Triathlon), Service to Sport Award
- Ian Turner (Football), Lifetime Achievement Award
- Rickmansworth parkrun core event team, Unsung Hero
- Green Keepers, Croxley Guild Bowls Club, Unsung Hero
- Louise Twyman (Netball), Female Community Coach of the Year
- Julia Pearce (Dance), Disability Coach of the Year
- William Penn Walking Netball, Community Project of the Year.