The last 12 months has been an exciting year with the Rio Olympics proving to be more exciting than anyone expected.
Sport MK approved 47% more Grants / Bursaries (64% money value) relative to our previous year; as well as our largest grant ever of £3000 (thanks to the National Hockey Foundation).
Sport MK continues to promote grass root sport to seek out and support our future Greg Rutherford’s and Deli Alli’s of Milton Keynes
This years awards:
Boys Under 18: James Kettle – Shenley Junior Squash Club
Girls Under 18: Fee Teng Liew – Vampires Badminton Club
Men Over 18: Chuko Cribb – Marshall MK Athletics Club
Women Over 18: Hannah Bond – Arabian School of Gymnastics
Masters Award for Men: John Skelton – Marshall MK Athletics Club
Masters Award for Women: Helen Marshall – Milton Keynes Rowing Club
Disabled Athlete Award: Tom Tancred – Marshall MK Athletics Club
Special School Award : White Spire School
Primary School Award: Orchard Academy
Secondary School Award: Denbigh School
Coach of the Year: Rob Wells
Team of the Year: Stony Stratford Junior Cricket Teams
Club of the Year: Orbit Milton Keynes Trampoline Club
Service To Sport Award: Douglas Yates – Willen Football Club
Volunteer of the Year: Paul Toombs – Marshall MK Athletics Club
Harry Hewitt Trophy: Zara Lachlan – MK BMX Racing Club
SportMK Bursary of the Year: Emma Goodwin – Bletchley Powerlifting Club
MK Community Foundation Sports Bursary of the Year: Joe Turney – KR Sport Kart Club
Sports Personality of the Year: Chris Clarke – who helped guide sprinter Libby Clegg to win Gold Medals at the Paralympics in Rio De Janiero.