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Awards: Nominations open for 2017 Havering Sports Council Awards

PUBLISHED: 08:00 03 November 2017

The winners at this 2016 Havering Sports Council Awards face the camera (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

The winners at this 2016 Havering Sports Council Awards face the camera (pic: Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Ceremony to take place on February 19 at Upminster Golf Club, with nominations open until January 8

Nominations are now open for the 2017 Havering Sports Council (HSC) Awards supported by McDonald’s Restaurants, Romford, which take on February 19 2018.

There are eight categories in all, covering individuals and teams, with nominations open until January 8.

The Junior Sports Competitor of the Year award, sponsored by West & Coe, is open to male or female residents of the borough aged 17 or under on December 31 2017 who have competed for a club or school either within or outside of the borough, having displayed sporting excellence.

Sponsored by MDS Printers Limited, Upminster, the Sports Competitor of the year award is open to residents of the borough aged 18 or over on December 31 2017, again having competed for a club within or outside of the borough, having displayed sporting excellence.

The Disability Sports Competitor of the Year, sponsored by the Beadle family, is open to residents of the borough with a disability.

Sponsored by Cllr John Mylod, the Sports Volunteer of the Year Award is open to residents of the borough who, as a volunteer, have made an outstanding contribution to their club, organisation or school.

Both the Senior School Team of the Year, sponsored by Brentwood M & E Services Ltd, and the Primary School Team of the Year award, sponsored by Cllr Melvin Wallace, are open to school teams from within the borough.

The Sports Club of the Year, sponsored by DMS Fencing, is open to any team or club from the borough.

Sponsored by McDonald’s Restaurants, Romford, the Doug Riden Lifetime Achievement award is open to borough residents who have, for 15 years or more, committed and dedicated themselves to any sport or sporting concern in any capacity.

All categories bar the lifetime achievement award will have a winner and a runner-up, with winners of the three ‘Competitor’ awards also winning £200.

Entry forms can be found in libraries, sports centres and other public buildings - and can also be downloaded from HSC’s website.

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