Sports Awards 2015 - Finalists Announced

The Oxfordshire Sports Awards, now in its 10th year, recognises the sporting talent across Oxfordshire, as well as the athletes, coaches, volunteers, schools and ‘unsung heroes’ that contribute to Oxfordshire’s success.

Well done to everyone who was nominated, and congratulations to all those who have been successfully shortlisted for an award – particularly those from North Oxfordshire!

Jade O’Dowda, Heptathlon (Gosford Hill School) and Rosie Weston, Triathlon (Sibford School) have both had a fantastic year in their respective sports, which is reflected in their shortlisting’s for ‘Junior Sports Person of the Year’.

Blessed George Napier School has been shortlisted for ‘Sporting School of the Year’, a new category introduced for 2015, and Banbury & District Canoe Club has been successful in reaching the final 3 of ‘Sports Club of the Year’.

As further recognition of their fantastic commitment to, and support of, school sport for all young people, we’re very excited that 10 of our Schools have also been invited to the Awards Evening to celebrate their Gold School Games Mark 2015.

Best of luck to everyone at the Awards Evening on Friday 27th November!

More infromation about the Oxfordshire Sports Awards is available on the Oxfordshire Sport & Physical Activity website.


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