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Sports Awards Finalists 2016

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The Living Sport Sports Awards finalists for 2016 are listed below.

Coach of the Year (sponsored by Dews Coaches)

  • Agi Foeglein
  • Ben Negus
  • Ian Offers

Community Club of the Year (Amateur) (sponsored by Better)

  • Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club
  • Peterborough Police Boxing Club
  • St Ives Rugby Club

Community Volunteer of the Year (sponsored by Support Cambridgeshire)

  • Martin Croucher
  • Rob King
  • Jack Smith

Disabled Sports Performer of the Year (sponsored by Anglia Ruskin University)

  • Jody Cundy
  • Jonnie Peacock
  • Louis Rolfe

Jonnie Peacock Award

  • Elizabeth Bennett
  • Beth Hart
  • Samantha Isaacson

Matthew Warn Power of Sport

  • Inspire Inclusive Sport
  • Inspire Peterborough Inclusive Skating
  • Warboys Sport and Social Club

Primary School of the Year (sponsored by Coaching HQ)

  • Abbey Meadows Primary School
  • Godmanchester Primary School
  • Houghton Primary School

Secondary School of the Year (sponsored by Barclays)

  • Jack Hunt School
  • Swavesey Village College

Services to Sport (sponsored by Abbeycroft Leisure)

  • Martin Holmes
  • Peter Leaton
  • Maurice Short
  • Chris Baker

Sports Performer of the Year

  • Daniel Goodfellow
  • Hannah MacLeod
  • Louis Smith

Team of the Year (sponsored by Grosvenor)           

  • Cambridge Rugby Club 1XV
  • Peterborough Phantoms Sledge Hockey Team
  • St Ives Hockey Club Ladies 1st Team                              

Workplace of the Year (sponsored by Everyone Health)

  • Cambridge Building Society
  • John Lewis Cambridge
  • Rawlinsons Accountants

Young Community Volunteer of the Year (sponsored by Urban & Civic)

  • Grace Fisher
  • Rohan Tugnet
  • Sasha Vail

Young Sports Performer of the Year (sponsored by Rawlinsons)

  • Adelaide Omitowoju
  • Artur Tomasevic
  • Harry Wendelken

Judge’s Choice Award (sponsored by Cambridge Sport Lake Trust)

  • Will be announced on the evening
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