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Ealing Sports Awards 2022 shortlist announced

The shortlist for the Ealing Sports Awards 2022 has been announced, with a multitude of sports clubs, inspirational volunteers and individuals recognised for their talent and achievement – all picked by local people.

The Awards are run in partnership by Ealing Council and Everyone Active and are now in their sixth year. The winners will be announced on 12 July.

You can see the shortlist for the 2022 Ealing Sports Awards below. There are nine different categories:

Coach of the Year
Allan Cockram – Football
Husna Dildar – Tae Kwon Do
Md Tanvir Ahamed – Cricket
Steve Newland – Boxing

Inclusive and Active
Allan Cockram  – Brentford Penguins FC
Kuldip Gill – Let’s Go Southall
Mark Needham – Willow Tree School Sports Partnership
PACE Charitable Trust – Disability Sport

Adult Sports Person
Darcy Griffin – Netball
David Paul – Sailing
Patris Mughalzi – Boxing                              
Reshad Saraj – Boccia

Adult Volunteer – feature category
Alex Dukes – Boccia
Jamie Cuttica – Multi-sport
Jenny Dawuda– Football
John Bivens – Football
Kieran Girvan– Golf
Matthew Villaruel – Canoeing
Penny Lewis – Cricket & Hockey
Stuart Pugh– Athletics
Sunil Rajal– Boxing

Junior Volunteer:
Elisabetta Lincoln – St Vincent’s Catholic Primary School
Genevieve Pearce – Netball
Zoe Kemp – Trampolining

Junior Sports Person
Damar Thomas – Boxing
Gus Carter – Athletics
Jaspreet Kaur Gill – Multi sport
Lana Gandhi – Cricket & Football
Luke Davies – Judo

Sports Club of the Year
Brent Valley Golf Club – Golf
Ealing Cricket Club – Cricket
Ealing Eagles – Running
PACE Charitable Trust – Disability Sport

Junior Club of the Year
London Pulse Basketball Club
London Tigers Colts Cricket Club
London Trampoline Academy

Outstanding Contribution to Sport
Danny Harlow- Rugby
James Grigg – Cricket
Jeff Moores– Hockey
Sunil Birdy – Boccia

Councillor Jasbir Anand, cabinet member for thriving communities said: “Congratulations to all the athletes, clubs and volunteers shortlisted for this year’s Awards. Local people have once again had their say and given the borough’s sporting heroes well-deserved recognition for their work in the community.

“This year’s shortlist recognises coaches and volunteers making a huge difference, aspiring athletes of all ages and grass roots clubs doing amazing work to encourage people to get involved in sport.

“The council is committed to ensuring that Ealing is a place where residents of all ages have access to a wide range of excellent sports and fitness facilities.”

Visit the Everyone Active website for further details.

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