Important Announcement :
It is with deep regret that we have made the decision to cancel the 2020 Collinson Construction Lancashire Sports Awards, originally taking place on the 20th November 2020.
This decision was not taken lightly but due to a number of districts cancelling theirs, we thought it best.
We will not be accepting anymore nominations, however any nominations that have already been submitted will transfer over to the 2021 Lancashire Sports Awards.
More information to follow.
The Lancashire Sports Awards nominations work closely with the Lancashire Districts and coincide with districts own awards. This means that we receive nominations from districts with their own awards ceremonies, the winners from these districts are then sent to us as nominees for the Lancashire Sports Awards.
However some districts do not have their own awards and in this case we accept nominations via our website. These nominations are then sent to district leads for consideration or sent to a panel who will then decide who goes through to the Lancashire Sports Awards nominations.
Club of the Year
This award is given to an active and well run club (Sports Club, Community organisation or informal grouping) that has undertaken great work in running development programmes which attract and retain participants, particularly those from under-represented groups, and which help their members to develop their sports potential and promote active lifestyles.
Coach of the Year
This award is dedicated to the paid, or unpaid, coach who has invested their expertise to help those interested in sport to develop their talent and to realise their full potential. This role is open to people from a traditional sport background or a wider community organisation setting who have achieved a great deal over the past 12 months.
Community Project of the Year
This award is given to an innovative project that has helped to regularly increase and sustain participation in sport and physical activity and provide alternative opportunities for people to get active. Non-traditional groups and new methods of communication and coordination could be innovations tested by these projects.
Primary School of the Year
This award is given to a Primary School that has excelled in school sport and physical activity over the last 12 months. Community links and the impact of sport has made them stand out over the year.
Secondary School of the Year
This award is given to a Secondary School that has excelled in school sport and physical activity over the last 12 months. Community links and the impact of sport has made them stand out over the year.
Service to Underrepresented Groups
This award is given to an individual, coach, official or community group who has made a highly significant contribution to increase engagement and participation in an identified underrepresented group in their local area.
Jimmy Armfield Lifetime Achievement Award
This award is for an individual who has shown a consistent lifetime commitment (20+ years) and made a major contribution to community sport and active lifestyles within Lancashire.
Volunteer of the Year
This award is given to the volunteer who has given up their free time to promote and support the engagement in sport and physical activity and made a significant impact over the past 12 months. This volunteer can be from a traditional sports background or from a wider community organisation setting.
Young Achiever of the Year
This award is for some of the most talented performers, aged under 16, who show exceptional dedication to their sport and have the potential to perform at the highest level. Nominations are encouraged from those who have represented their County/Region/Country in their chosen sport, and who have had a particularly successful year.