The summer of sport has officially begun and there’s much to look forward to. The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off in France in June, Wimbledon returns in July and England will be vying for victory in the Cricket World Cup starts imminently.
Excitement for the latter can be felt across the city as Nottingham prepares to host five fixtures, commencing with West Indies V Pakistan at Trent Bridge at the end of this month.
With sporting morale evidently high, there is no better time to launch the annual award ceremony which recognises the achievements of the local sporting community.
The Nottingham Post Sports Awards are a highly anticipated sporting affair and will unfold on Thursday 31st October at the East Midlands Conference Centre.
Nominations for the event are now open with those looking to enter able to nominate themselves, or on behalf of someone, in 15 specially selected categories.
From honing in on the strides being made by amateurs, to the professionals making an impact at the top of their game, as well as the undying efforts of the coaches that got them there, the categories have been designed to be as inclusive as possible to ensure every sportsperson, at every level can be a part of the action.
Take a look at the full category line-up below and click https://nottinghampostsportsawards.co.uk/ to enter now!
- Lifetime Achievement Award
- Sportsman of the Year
- Sportswomen of the year
- Team of the Year
- Club of the Year
- The Brian Clough OBE – Manager/Coach of the Year
- Amateur Sportsperson of the Year
- Nottinghamshire County Cricket Player of the Year
- Ice Hockey Player of the Year
- Disabled Sportsperson of the Year
- Community Award
- Under 19/School Team of the Year
- Service to Sport Award
- Young Sportsperson of the Year
- Volunteer of the Year
Entries will be closing on Friday 23 August, so don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of the action – this year could be your year!
The award ceremony itself will give hardworking sportspeople the chance to take a break from training and indulge in some self-celebration. Organisers are already busy working behind the scenes to ensure the evening is one winners and finalists won’t forget.
Olympic great, Gail Emms MBE will resonate well with the evening’s audience as host, a role she will share with TV personality Mark Dolan on the night. The night will also feature a Champagne reception, three course dinner and fundraising games all in aid of Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People.
If you are, or know someone who is deserving of recognition in one or more of these categories, head over to https://nottinghampostsportsawards.co.uk/
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