City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) picked up two top prizes at the annual Cambridgeshire Living Sport Awards presentation evening last night (November 26).
They collected the team of the year award after winning 18 medals at the British and English National Championships in 2015 and Jamie Scholes was the recipient of the Young Sports Performer of the Year award.
Jamie won a gold and two silver medals at the British Championships in Sheffield and also represented England in an International meet in Italy.
There was also a Peterborough winner in the Disabled Sports Performer of the Year category. That honour went to Peterborough City Rowing Club member James Fox, who is a Paralympic Rowing World Champion and a Rio Paralympic hopeful.
Coach of the Year (sponsored bySport England) - LAURA BEVIS
Community Club of the Year (Amateur) (sponsored by Cambridge Sport Lakes Trust) - CAMBRIDGE CITY HOCKEY CLUB
Community Volunteer of the Year (sponsored by Cambridge News) - ANDREW ROBB
Disabled Sports Performer of the Year (sponsored by Anglia Ruskin University) - JAMES FOX
Jonnie Peacock Award - REBECCA GRIFFITHS
Matthew Warn Power of Sport - TEAM BEX
Primary School of the Year (sponsored by Sports Xtra) - HISTON & IMPINGTON JUNIOR SCHOOL
Secondary School of the Year – NORTH CAMBRIDGE ACADEMY
Outstanding Achievement for Continued Contribution – JACK HUNT SCHOOL
Services to Sport (sponsored by Vivacity Culture & Leisure) - JIM HILL
Sports Performer of the Year (sponsored by 3B Design & Print) - HOLLIE PARKER
Team of the Year (sponsored by Barclays) - CITY OF PETERBOROUGH SWIMMING CLUB
Workplace of the Year (sponsored by Living Sport) - LUMINUS
Young Community Volunteer of the Year (sponsored by Alconbury Weald) - EMILY WHITE
Young Sports Performer of the Year (sponsored by ChromaSport & Trophies) - JAMIE SCHOLES
Judge’s Choice Award - DON HUTCHINSON