COMET country has four nominees at Hertfordshire s sporting awards. The Herts Sports Partnership annual Service to Sport Awards are on Tuesday night. The awards, sponsored by Excel Sport, are being hosted by BBC Sport presenter Ray Stubbs at the Universit
COMET country has four nominees at Hertfordshire's sporting awards.
The Herts Sports Partnership annual Service to Sport Awards are on Tuesday night.
The awards, sponsored by Excel Sport, are being hosted by BBC Sport presenter Ray Stubbs at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield.
They are designed to recognise all of the outstanding work that happens across the county in various sports clubs and organisations.
There are three shortlisted people in each of the seven categories.
Local ones are Mike Baxter from Blueharts Hockey Club and Karen Dodsworth of North Herts Road Runners who have been shortlisted in the respective community coach of the year categories (male and female).
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Letchworth Rugby Club stalwart Nick Winwood has been shortlisted along with Simon Lowe as coach of disabled performers for their work with Saracens Brave Herts.
Derek Beaumont will be the recipient of the Service to Sport Award for his services to diving in Hertfordshire.
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