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Havering Sports Council in last call for awards

PUBLISHED: 09:00 23 December 2017

All the winners from the 2017 Havering Sports Council Awards evening at Upminster Golf Club (pic Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

All the winners from the 2017 Havering Sports Council Awards evening at Upminster Golf Club (pic Gavin Ellis/TGS Photo)

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Havering Sports Council have issued a last call for the borough’s annual sports awards nominations to be submitted.

The long-established awards offer opportunties for recognition in eight categories reflecting both genders, all age groups and participants & officials.

And awards, up to £200 in value in some categories, will be handed out by dignitaries and sponsors’ representatives at a presentation buffet in Upminster Golf Club on Monday February 19, which is sponsored by McDonalds Restaurants of Romford.

Nominations must be in by Monday January 8 and forms are availbale in sports centres, libraries and other public builds and can also be downloaded from Havering Sports Council’s website.

Last year’s award winners included Jean Tierney, Matt Luff, Lauren Deadman, Oliver Beadle, Amy Marren, John Duncan, the Coopers Coborn under-16 boys’ gymnastics team, St Edwards Primary water polo team and Havering Athletic Club.

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