Denbighshire has celebrated the cream of sporting talent in the county at a glittering awards ceremony held on the 9th November at Llangollen Pavilion.
Out of 150 nominations, the judging panel drew up a final shortlist of three for each category. The winners were announced on the night .
The winners were:
Junior sports performer – Sacha Didcote
Young Inspiration – Jonathan Dawes
Sport in School Award – Ysgol Llywelyn
Disability Sport Award – Anastasia Blease
Sports performer – Lesley Wilde
Team/club of the year – Prestatyn Running Club – Super Vets
Coach of the year – Corey Williams
Volunteer of the year – Izzy Retout
Lifetime achievement – Ian Price
Councillor Bobby Feeley, Lead Member for Well-being and Independence paid tribute to the wealth of sporting talent in Denbighshire: "I am delighted to have been part of the celebrations at the award ceremony. The standard of the nominations this year was outstanding. It is fantastic to see how many talented people we have here in Denbighshire. I pass on my congratulations to all of the winners and runners up”.
Most of the nominees and winners give up their own time to help improve community sport in Denbighshire. They work closely with the officers in Strategic Leisure, including the Disability Sport Officer and the Active Young People team
Denbighshire Leisure would like to thank event sponsors Alliance Leisure, alongside category sponsors Technogym, Denbighshire Education and Children’s Service, Denbighshire Community Housing, Sport Wales, Disability Sport Wales and Arriva Trains, Glyndwr University and the Young Ambassador programme for their support in making the event possible.
To see the videos of the nominees and winners please visit the Denbighshire Community Wellbeing You Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-SXAl1Vcw4Ej3h5liaYnWQ
Posted on Tuesday 14th November 2017