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Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards

Annual awards where Peterborough Telegraph readers vote for their sporting heroes from in and around the city.

Sports Awards 2012

The votes poured in to Peterborough Telegraph headquarters in their thousands as we crown the sporting class of 2012, sponsored by Fitzwilliam Hospital.

The winners were announced at a presentation evening on Thursday 21 February at Peterborough Rugby Club’s Fengate base - read more http://www.peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport/other-sport/king-louis-rules-supreme-at-sports-awards-1-4816123.

Categories and winners

  • Sports Personality of the Year - Louis Smith
  • Sportsman of the Year - Matt Skelhon
  • Sportswoman of the Year - Gaynor Morgan
  • Junior Sportsman of the Year - Jack Bristowe
  • Junior Sportswoman of the Year - Chloe Hannam
  • Footballer of the Year - Karl Gibbs
  • Junior Footballer of the Year - Ronnie Jeeves
  • Team of the Year - Deeping Blue Under 11 FC
  • Coach of the Year - Lee Adamson
  • Unsung Hero - John Canton

Sports Awards 2011

Headline sponsors: The Cresset

Categories and winners

  • Sports Personality of the Year sponsored by Sports Group International. Winner: Gaby Zakuani. Runners-up: Louis Smith, Darren Ferguson
  • Team of the Year sponsored by Motorpoint.co.uk. Winners: Peterborough United. Runners-up: Phantoms Under 18s, Castor Cricket Club
  • Sportsman of the Year sponsored by Peterborough Regional College. Winner: Louis Smith. Runners-up: Steve Lampier, Gareth Andrew and Sean Dixon
  • Sportswoman of the Year sponsorsed by Peterborough Lions Rugby Club Winner: Louise Fox. Runners-up: Gaynor Morgan and Harriet Lee
  • Junior Sportsman of the Year sponsored by Peterborough Sports Aid Foundation Winner: Jack Bristowe. Runners-up: Liam Knight and Matthew Gladders
  • Junior Sportswoman of the Year sponsored by Peterborough City Council Winner: Ella Foster. Runners-up: Zara Bailey and Simi Pam
  • Footballer of the Year sponsorsed by Darke Steel Winner: Gaby Zakuani. Runners-up: Lesley-Ann Seaman and George Boyd
  • Junior Footballer of the Year sponsorsed by Focus Business Media Winner: Dominic Cochrane. Runners-up: Fraser Sturgess and Bradley Easey
  • Unsung Hero sponsored by The Cresset Winner: Terry Rawlings. Runners-up: Colin Pettit and Derek Mankelow
  • Coach of the Year sponsored by Coca Cola. Winner: Darren Gibbons. Runners-up: Jon Kynaston, Ben Negus and Andy Stubbs

Sports Awards 2010

Article: Local sporting heroes get their rewards

Categories and winners

  • Sports Personality of the Year, sponsored by Nationwide Mailing Ltd. Winner: Martin Adams. Runners-up: Louis Smith, Phil Wing
  • Team of the Year, sponsored by Peterborough Rugby Club Winners: Netherton Vultures Under 14s. Runners-up: Peterborough City Hockey Under 15s, Phantoms Under 14s
  • Sportsman of the Year, sponsored by R.A. Baker Glass Winner: Martin Adams. Runners-up: John Herbert, Maris Ziedins
  • Sportswoman of the Year, sponsored by North East Corner. Winner: Louise Hazel. Runners-up: Louise Fox, Carly Smith
  • Junior Sportsman of the Year, sponsored by Trenchright Ltd and Kirkstone House School. Winner: Sanjay Nithiyalingam. Runners-up: Lewis Hook, Matthew Gladders
  • Junior Sportswoman of the Year, sponsored by Advance Performance and GreenWheel Cycles. Winner: Simi Pam. Runners-up: Lucy Barber, Tiffany Young
  • Footballer of the Year, sponsored by The Cresset. Winner: Joe Lewis. Runners-up: Craig Mackail-Smith, Ricky Hailstone
  • Junior Footballer of the Year, sponsored by Fusion Winner: Zak Warrener. Runners-up: Fraser Sturgess, Dylan Martin
  • Coach of the Year, sponsored by Fusion. Winner: Mike Yeoman. Runners-up: Jon Kynaston, Darren Gibbons
  • Unsung Hero, sponsored by Crystal Chair Covers. Winner: Malcolm Neale. Runners-up: Jon Kynaston, Mick Belson

Sponsors

Fusion were headline sponsors for 2010. The trophies were sponsored by Trenchright Ltd.

Sponsorship

Be part of these prestigious awards. Find out about sponsorship opportunities by contacting our events and exhibitions team, or email Linda Pritchard.

 
 

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