HUNTS POST SPORTS AWARDS 2014: The search for this year’s winners starts today

11:00 30 April 2014

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Jon Railton, The Hunts Post’s Sports Personality of 2013, says Huntingdonshire is a veritable hotbed of talent.

The 22-year-old motorcycle racer walked away from last year’s awards ceremony with the big prize and now wants to encourage the good folk of Huntingdonshire to nominate their sporting heroes for this year’s awards, which will take place at Burgess Hall in St Ives on Thursday, July 31.

“It was an honour to receive the Sports Personality award for 2013,” said the Grafham flyer. “There are so many great sports people in Hunts and to win that award was some achievement. The awards really do highlight the amazing quality of sport in our county. It’s a veritable hotbed of talent here.”

THE 10 CATEGORIES ARE

Sports Personality of the Year

Outstanding Achievement for an Athlete over 18

Outstanding Achievement for an Athlete under 18 sponsored by Central England Co-operative

Outstanding Achievement for an Athlete with a Disability

School of the Year

Coach or Manager of the Year

Lifetime Achievement

Senior Team of the Year sponsored by Whiting & Partners

Junior Team of the Year sponsored by Copleys Solicitors

Unsung Hero

All you need to do to nominate is go to the awards’ website at www.huntssportsawards.co.uk. The deadline for entries is June 6 so you have plenty of time to encourage friends and family members to nominate their favourites too.

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