The Comet Sports Awards winners

PUBLISHED: 12:57 23 January 2006 | UPDATED: 09:30 06 May 2010

A TRIO of world champions were rewarded at the third annual Comet Sports Awards on Friday night.

Cyclist Victoria Pendleton, Great Britain Deaf football squad manager Phillip Gardner and veteran athlete Joylyn Saunders-Mullins won categories in the ceremony held at the Stevenage site of main sponsors

A TRIO of world champions were rewarded at the third annual Comet Sports Awards on Friday night.

Cyclist Victoria Pendleton, Great Britain Deaf football squad manager Phillip Gardner and veteran athlete Joylyn Saunders-Mullins won categories in the ceremony held at the Stevenage site of main sponsors North Hertfordshire College.

There was a winner and two finalists in each of the dozen categories, which were sponsored by local businesses and organisations.

More in this week's Comet.

And the roll of honour is:

THE COMET SPORTS AWARDS (in association with North Hertfordshire College) - category winners and sponsors

Veteran Achievement (sponsored by North Hertfordshire College)

Anne Graves

Youth Achievement (sponsored by Stevenage Leisure Limited)

Rachel Williams

Club of the Year (sponsored by Stevenage Borough Council)

Letchworth Tennis, Squash and Croquet Club

Schools, under-11 (sponsored by Stevenage School Sports Co-ordinator Partnership)

William Ransom Primary School

Sportswoman of the Year (sponsored by The Comet)

Victoria Pendleton

Sportsman of the Year (sponsored by Letchworth GC Heritage Foundation)

Roger Biggs

Disability Award (sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline)

Phillip Gardner

Coach of the Year (sponsored by ESP)

Karen Dodsworth

Against all Odds (sponsored by MBDA)

Joylyn Saunders-Mullins

Schools, 11 and over (sponsored by Marshall Trophies and Signs)

Hitchin Girls' School

Team of the Year (sponsored by AVC)

Lodge Farm Primary School football team

Service to Sport (sponsored by North Hertfordshire College)

Grahame Bowles

More details on the evening will be online on Thursday, or pick up a copy of your Comet.


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