Sports Awards 2022

Haslemere Hall – Wednesday 12th October 2022 – 7.30pm

Guest speakers and refreshments

The purpose of these awards is to acknowledge outstanding performance or standards of service within Haslemere and the surrounding villages and to applaud and embrace the thriving Haslemere sporting community. Nominations can be made by any bona fide individual, club or organisation affiliated to Sport Haslemere and applications are welcome for more than one of the categories.

Full details on how to apply are to be found on the enclosed nomination form.

The qualification period for all categories, other than Special services to Sport, covers the year from 1st September 2021 until 31st August 2022.

The deadline for applications will be 12th September 2022.

An adjudicating panel will assess the nominations and the awards will be presented at the Sport Haslemere Awards on Wednesday 12th October 2022. Award winners will receive an appropriate trophy (to hold for one year) as well as a perpetual memento. A photographer will be on hand to take photographs which will appear in the local papers.

So, is there that special person in your club or school? Is there someone you totally rely on? Is there someone you could not do without? Is there someone who has performed out of their skin?

If the answer to any of the above is yes, then don’t miss the opportunity of giving them a pat on the back, a thank you, a minute in the spotlight – fill in the form now.

The 2021 Sports Awards winners were:

School Initiative Award – Camelsdale School

Sports Team of the Year – Fernhurst Flames Womens Softball Cricket Club

Junior Sports Team of the Year – Fernhurst Cricket Club Under 13

Sports Award for the Disabled  – Andy Robson of Frensham Pond Sailability

Young Volunteer of the Year –  Sophie Perryman of Swallows Trampoline

Young Coach of the Year – Fay Joyce of Swallows Trampoline

Sporting Impact in Schools – JK Coaching

Sports Coach of the Year – Steve Ashby of Haslemere Town Football Club

Sport Initiative – Peter Babb of Hindhead Cricket Club and Hindhead Bowls Club

Sports Club of the Year – Swallows Trampoline

Junior Sports Personality – Jessica Nesbitt of Swallows Trampoline

Special Services to Sport – Albert Hall of Haslemere Town Football Club

Sports Personality of the Year – Michael Charman of LynchnereCricket Club

 

The 2019 Sports Awards winners were:

School Initiative Award – Camelsdale School

Sports Team of the Year –  Chiddingfold Ladies Cricket X1

Junior Sports Team of the Year – Beacon Hill Junior Football Club Under 9’s Jets

Sports Award for the Disabled  – Steve Wooding of Frensham Pond Sailability

Young Volunteer of the Year –  Lily Henderson of Frensham Pond Sailability

Young Coach of the Year – Alfie Garrod of JK Coaching

Sporting Impact in Schools – Camelsdale School

Sports Coach of the Year – Andrew Howard of Haslemere Hockey Club

Sport Initiative – Lynn Joyce of Swallows Trampoline Club

Sports Club of the Year – Bugs Netball Club

Junior Sports Personality – Lucas Hutchinson of Grayshott Cricket Club

Special Services to Sport – Kate Brooks of Fernhurst Football Club

Sports Personality of the Year – Jake Kennett of JK Coaching

 

The 2018 Sports Awards winners were:

Sporting Impact in Schools – Haslemere Tennis Club Volunteer Group

Sports Team of the Year – Grayswood Cricket Club 1st XI

Junior Sports Team of the Year – Grayshott Football Club under 12’s

Sports Award for the Disabled – Tessa Watkiss from Frensham Sailability

Young Coach of the Year – Raveen Sriharan from Grayshott Cricket Club

Sports Coach of the Year – Duncan Willows from Grayshott Cricket Club

Sport Initiative – Stephen Marshall from Hindhead Cricket Club

Sports Club of the Year – Grayshott Tennis Club

Junior Sports Personality – Jake and Johnny Thompson from Frensham Sailabilty

Special Services to Sport – Steve Benbough from Chiddingfold Cricket Club

Sports Personality of the Year – Chris Shipley from Borders Athletic Club

CREATE A STAR

Sponsoring young sportspeople with international potential

Create a Star is an award scheme to assist youngsters who have international potential in their chosen sport. The scheme provides an annual bursary of £500 each. Ten bursaries are available each year and applicants must either live in the 01428 telephone area, attend a school in the same area or be a member of a club in that area.

 

Nominate a young sportsperson

Applications must be received by 31st July and forms are available from Chris Grimes at chris.grimes@btinternet.com or by calling him on 01428 607176. Applications are considered by an independent panel and £500 bursaries will be awarded at the Sports Awards evening on Wednesday 14th October 2020.

2021 BURSARY AWARDS WINNERS – Someone in your club or school could be in the 2022 list and be £500 richer!

Cerys McIntosh – aged 20 a trampoline gymnast with Edgbarrow Trampoline Club

Luke van Oudtshoorn – aged 19 a runner and triathlon specialist

Alistair Wheble – aged 18 a wicket keeper batsman representing the Isle of Wight at Minor Counties level

Ben Eeles – aged 12 a trampoline gymnast from Swallows Trampoline Club

Matt Haines – aged 13 a hockey player and cricketer representing Surrey at age group level

2019 BURSARY AWARDS WINNERS

Cerys McIntosh – aged 18 a trampoline gymnast with Edgbarrow Trampoline Club

Luke van Oudtshoorn – aged 17 a runner and triathlon specialist

Kate Cudbertson – aged 15 a hockey player with Haslemere Hockey Club

Millie Cant– aged 15 a hockey player living in Haslemere

Lucas Ayres – aged 11 a trampolinist with Swallows Trampoline Club

Alistair Wheble – aged 16 a wicket keeper batsman from Grayshott Cricket Club

Alex Cant –  aged 17 a lacrosse player living in Haslemere

Ross Thompson – aged 19 a dinghy sailor with Frensham Ponds sailability

Johnny Thompson – aged 17 a dinghy sailor representing with Frensham Ponds Sailability

George Houghton – aged 21 a tennis player living locally but currently at Loughborough University.

2018 BURSARY AWARDS WINNERS

Georgia Statham aged 23 a rower winning the gold medal representing Great Britain at the World University Championships in August

Luke van Oudtshoorn aged 16 a runner and triathlon specialist winning the gold medal in the aquathlon event at the UK school games earlier this month

Jake Thompson aged 14 a junior sailor training for the team GB junior euro’s in France 2019

Alistair Wheble aged 15 a wicket keeper batsman playing 1st XI cricket in division 1 of the local I’Anson cricket league

Cerys McIntosh aged 16 a trampoline gymnast with Edgbarrow Trampoline Club and current league 3 national champion.

Alex Cant aged aged 16 a lacrosse player selected for the GB World Cup training squad

Ross Thompson aged 18 a dinghy sailor representing the British Youth Sailing Team in mixed gender crews

Rebecca Swift aged 16 a sprint and marathon kayak champion recently selected to represent GB at the French National Championships

Johnny Thompson aged 16 a dinghy sailor representing GB at under 17 level

George Houghton 20 a tennis player currently at Loughborough University and representing GB in University tennis tournaments.

2017 BURSARY AWARDS WINNERS

Luke van Outsthoorn – Running, swimming. British Modern Biathlon.

Johnny Thompson – Sailing. Optimist class. Frensham & Royal Lymington SC.

Rebecca Swift – Kayak sprinting.

Jake Thompson – Sailing. Optimist and cadet class. Frensham SC.

George Houghton – Hampshire tennis.

Alistair Wheble – Cricket. Grayshot CC and Hampshire.

Ross Thompson – Sailing. 420 class. Team GB for the world championships.

Jodie Burrage – Tennis. GB international.

Cerys McIntosh – Trampolining.