Pride of Tameside Sports Awards 2014
The search is on for Tameside’s sports personalities of the year!
The annual Pride of Tameside Sports Awards has seven categories and winners of the borough’s sports awards go forward to represent Tameside at the Greater Manchester Sports Awards in November.
More than 30 sports were represented in last year’s Tameside nominations, ranging from fencing and 10-pin bowling to triathlon and football.
One of the 2013 Tameside winners, Georgia Taylor-Brown, a 19-year-old champion triathlete, went on to win the Greater Manchester Sports Achiever of the Year.
The seven categories for which people and clubs can be nominated are: coach of the year, sports achiever of the year, disabled sports achiever of the year, Alex Williams volunteer of the year, unsung hero of the year, club of the year and the changing lifestyle special recognition award.
The deadline for nominations is 31 July. The awards ceremony will on 12 September at the Jubilee Hall, Dukinfield.
Coached session for young children aged 3 to 6 year olds. These sessions are aimed at all abilities and designed to introduce little feet in to the world of sport.
'Active' Sport sessions
We run a range of sessions design specifically to focus on a set sport. These sessions are aimed at all sporting abilities, teaching a range of techniques and skills within the area of that sport. Our Active sport sessions provide opportunities for children and young people age 6 -16 years to experience new sports in a safe environment.
'Back 2' sessions
Designed for Adults of all abilities, 'Back 2' sport sessions offer a reintroduction to various sports.
We offer a range of inclusive sport and physical activity sessions aimed at young people and adults who have a disability or additional needs.