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Aberdeenshire Sports Council Awards Evening

published: 18 March, 2019

Aberdeenshire Sports Council Awards Evening Wow... What a night we had last night at our Annual Sports Awards 15th March 2019. ASC are very proud to host an evening celebrating the hard work and dedication of athletes, coaches and volunteers here in the north east. The level of nominations is quite staggering. Well done to everyone who was nominated and a huge congratulations to all our winners. SPORTS PERSON OF THE YEAR 2018........ ALLAN RITCHIE - Para Trap Shooting Sponsored by Steveweld Ltd Active Schools Volunteer of the Year - HANNAH DONALD Sponsored by Aberdeenshire Council Young female U18 - KARY PARVIN - Endurance Riding Sponsored by IYSF Young Male U18 - ALI LAING - Boxing Sponsored by IYSF Disability - ALLAN RITCHIE - Para Trap Shooting Sponsored by Lippe Architecture Adult Female - MICHELLE GORDON - Highland Dancing Sponsored by Satori Martial Arts Adult Male - JASON BANKS - Indoor Bowls Sponsored by Satori Martial Arts Coach of the Year - GARY WHATFORD - Alpine Skiing Sponsored by Masson Glennie Club of the Year - MAR ORIENTEERING - Orienteering Spin by GPH Building Merchants Service to Sport - BOB PHILLIPS - Rugby Sponsored by SALSC Team of the Year - ABERDEENSHIRE RIFLE - Target Shooting Sponsored by Philorth Haylage Talent Fund Award - Carmen Griffiths - Golf Sponsored by Steveweld Ltd Talent Fund Award - Brogan Smith - Target Shooting Sponsored by Expertec Recruitment Startline Accreditation Presentation - Alvah Gymteam Thank you so much to ALL our category sponsors and to Garioch Sports Trust for a fantastic venue. Your sponsorship and support means a great deal us. Harry Fraser Catering - As always, great service and delicious food Staff at GSC - Thank you. You did a great job setting up the hall and accommodating all the little ‘extras’ Ian Thain - A true professional. Thank you for holding the whole evening together and for keeping me (The Boss) calm Standing Ovation - You guys did an amazing job. A smooth presentation and the lights and sound took everything up notch Jamie Coutts and Trish Gayle - Thank you for coming along to capture the evening. Really looking forward to seeing all your photographs. I’m sure there’s some crackers in there To my committee - Thank you so much for all your hard work leading up to and on the evening. You are a fantastic bunch of volunteers. You have once again raised the bar on a superb evening. To everyone who contributed to the night, THANK YOU and well done I hope you all enjoyed your evening as much as I did...well once the opening remarks were over ???? Best wishes to you all and once again Congratulations to our winners. Jackie- Chair
Coach of the Year Nominations Invited

published: 12 February, 2019

Coach of the Year Award - This award aims to recognise the dedication and achievements of a sports coach in 2018 - Coaches in fully paid professional jobs are not eligible for this award (i.e. manager/coach of professional football club, professional tennis coach, and professional golf coach)
Awards Information

published: 12 February, 2019

Categories and criteria details Closing date for the nominations is 15th February 2019. All nominees/clubs/teams must be resident of Aberdeenshire; or be a student of parents living in Aberdeenshire; or coach, perform, volunteer, compete for an Aberdeenshire based Club or Team. All sports must be recognised by Sportscotland. You can make nominations in the following categories: Young Male Sports Person of the Year - This award aims to recognise the achievements of a top junior male sports performer in 2018 (U18 at 01/01/19) Young Female Sports Person of the Year - This award aims to recognise the achievements of a top junior female sports performer in 2018 (U18 at 01/01/19) Male Athlete of the Year 18+ - The award recognises the sporting achievements of an individual at any level; whether they have shown outstanding potential at a new sport, have achieved new personal bests or perhaps broken records (achievements must have been reached in 2018) Female Athlete of the Year 18+ - The award recognises the sporting achievements of an individual at any level; whether they have shown outstanding potential at a new sport, have achieved new personal bests or perhaps broken records (achievements must have been reached in 2018) Coach of the Year Award - This award aims to recognise the dedication and achievements of a sports coach in 2018 - Coaches in fully paid professional jobs are not eligible for this award (i.e. manager/coach of professional football club, professional tennis coach, and professional golf coach) Team of the Year Award (Performance) - This award aims to recognise the achievements and commitment of a sports team in 2018 (this award applies to teams at all levels) Club of the Year Award (Development) – This awards aims to recognise clubs applying best practice, development and initiatives (this award applies to all clubs) Service to Sport Award - This award aims to recognise someone who has made an outstanding voluntary contribution to sport as administrator, coach, helper or official, over a number of years and they must not be a competitor or performer (please note that previous winners of this award are not eligible for nomination) Disability Sport Award- The award category recognises the sporting achievement of a sports performer, coach or volunteer with a disability in 2018
Awards Deadline on Friday 15th February

published: 12 February, 2019

http://online.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/sport-nominations/ Over 35 nominatiosn have been received to date forteh 2018 Awards Evening. closing date is this Friday 15th February.
SALSC Local Sports Council of the Year 2018

published: 24 September, 2018

The nomination process required us to compile a 500 word submission based on the criteria below. Sports Council of the Year This is a new, reviewed category; combining previous categories of social media/online, youth initiative and project/event of the year – all nominations must highlight the impact the Sports Council has had within their local community; whether it be with a specific event, project or initiative, significant progress a Sports Council has made with their online activity, how a Sports Council has developed through the recruitment of staff or new volunteers for example.

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