Wyre sports awards
Wyre's sports awards recognise local sports clubs, volunteers, coaches and all involved in sport at a community level.
From talented stars of track and field to those who dedicate their time and efforts behind the scenes, the awards are a celebration of excellence and dedication in local sport.
All the winners are put forward to represent Wyre at the Lancashire Sports Awards, the largest celebration of amateur sport in the county. The awards have been developed in partnership with each of Lancashire's local authorities in order to celebrate sporting achievement and spread best practice.
We want clubs, coaches, players, parents, schoolteachers and friends to nominate someone who you feel deserves to be recognised for their efforts in sport and activity over the last year.
Nominations for 2018 awards
Use the below nomination form to nominate someone for the 2018 sports awards
- Volunteer of the year
- Coach of the year
- Club of the year
- Lifetime achievement award
- Service to underrepresented groups
- Community project of the year
- Young achiever of the year
- Primary school of the year
- Secondary school of the year
The deadline for nominations is Friday 13 July 2018.
Wyre Sports Awards 2017 winners
- Coach of the year – Roy Clarke (Shakespeare Primary School)
- Community club of the year – Wyre Wheels
- Young volunteer of the year – Joe Stockell
- Adult volunteer of the year – David Lawson (Pilling Primary School)
- Primary school of the year– Garstang Community Primary School
- Secondary school of the year – Garstang Community Academy
- Young achiever of the year - Kieran Antony Wilkinson (Sale Sharks Rugby)
- Lifetime achievement - commitment to sport – John Ball (Garstang Cricket Club)
- Community project of the year – Fleetwood Town Fylers Football Club
- Contribution to women’s participation – Chris Morton (Fleetwood Town Juniors)
Images from 2017 awards
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