Welwyn Hatfield Sports Awards 2014 winners announced

PUBLISHED: 22:30 13 February 2014

Welwyn Hatfield Sports Awards 2014

Welwyn Hatfield Sports Awards 2014


The cream of sporting talent in the borough were recognised tonight (Thursday) at a glittering awards ceremony at Campus West, Welwyn Garden City, tonight.

Ski talent Elise Snow collected the coveted Sports Person of the Year award after a terrific season that saw the 14-year-old Monk’s Walk School pupil secure her first International Slalom adult title.

Panshanger Football Club collected the Club of the Year award as they continue to provide high quality coaching and game-time to children and adults of all ages.

See next week’s Welwyn Hatfield Times for a special feature from the awards night.

Here is a list of all the winners from tonight’s event:

Young Leader of the Year – Nathan Schofield, badminton (Sponsor: Central Herts YMCA)

Primary School Team of the Year – Springmead Mixed U11 Cricket Team (Sponsor: Gosling Sports Park)

Secondary School Team of the Year – Monk’s Walk School U14 badminton team (Sponsor: Welwyn Hatfield Community Housing Trust)

Secondary School Pupil of the Year – Joe Strong, Monk’s Walk School (Sponsor: Wuzzup)

School Teacher of the Year – Janet Warrington, Creswick School (Sponsor: Herts Sports Village)

Coach of the Year – Joy Porter, Hatfield Netball Club (Sponsor: Hertfordshire Coaches Association)

Team of the Year – Ladies’ Welwyn Hatfield Volleyball Team (Sponsor: Mears Group)

Young Participant of the Year – Jesse Edwards, Judo (Sponsor: Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council)

Contribution to Disability Sport – Jean Stannard, Eagles Boccia (sponsor: Activate)

Club of the Year – Panshanger Football Club (Sponsor: WHSPAA)

Sports Person of the Year – Elise Snow, Skiing (Sponsor: Finesse Leisure)

Service to Sport – Ben Roberts, Beaumont Diving Club (Sponsor: Welwyn Hatfield Times)

Special Achievement Award – Queenswood U18 Tennis Team.

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