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Wokingham Sports Awards 2019

Wokingham Sports Awards 2019

27 November 2019
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Borough sporting stars in gymnastics, football and athletics were among those recognised at the annual Wokingham Borough Council sports awards, on 22 November.

 

Nineteen awards were presented by Reading FC’s women’s manager Kelly Chambers at the event – this year held at Holme Grange School – designed to showcase the borough’s sporting stars and their achievements.

 

“This event is always a great opportunity to hear about the range of sporting activities taking place in the borough, and to recognise the achievements of some of our talented sports people and those who help to make these achievements possible,” said, Nigel King, Wokingham Borough Sports Council chairman.

 

And the winners are:

Best Senior School - Forest School

Under 14 Girls - Sonia Runcianu

Under 14 Boys - Jia Qing David NG

Under 18 Girls - Libby Burgess

Under 18 Boys - Sammy Ball

Senior Woman - Karen Burles

Senior Man - Josh Zeller

Female Team Award - Wokingham District Primary Schools Girls Football Team

Male Team Award - Reddam Senior Men

Coach of the Year - George Austin

Service to Sport (Individual) - Shashank Garg

Service to Sport (Club) - Woodley United FC

Unsung Hero Award - Bill Rodda

Volunteer of the Year - Denis and Shirley Jones

Service to Disabled Sport - Thames Valley Kings

Excellence Award - Archie Carter

Courage Award - RJ Drapper              

Spirit of Sport - Reddam Gymnastics

Chairman's Award - Craig Hunter

 

A number of primary schools were also recognised for their achievements under the School Games Mark scheme and were presented with plaques:

Platinum - Nine Mile Ride, Shinfield St Mary’s and Radstock

Gold - Addington, All Saints, Hillside and Robert Piggott

Silver - Loddon

Bronze - Evendons, St Paul’s and The Coombes’

 

The awards ceremony is organised by Wokingham Borough Council and sponsored by its leisure provider Places Leisure.

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