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Friday 18th November

The Merseyside Sporting Champions Dinner celebrates the county’s sporting talent, as well as the people who make sport and physical activity happen here on Merseyside. It also raises much-needed money to fund bursaries for the county’s future sporting stars.

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The fantastic evening took place at Aintree Racecourse and was a Rio-inspired celebration of sporting achievement with…

Guest Speaker: Rio Paralympian, Jack Hunter-Spivey

Compere: Radio City Talk’s Steve Hothersall

Entertainment: Viva Brasil samba dancers and live music from Kickback 

Photography: Alan Edwards: To purchase images taken at the dinner, click here 

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The following awards were presented at the dinner evening:

• Lifetime Achiever – Roy Jones
• Coach of the Year – Martin Mierzwa
• Club of the Year – St. Helens Canoe Club
• Volunteer of the Year – Steve Leather
• Young Volunteer of the Year – Ellie Moore – sponsored by Sport Liverpool
• Young Sports Person of the Year – Nathan Saunders – sponsored by LJMU Sports Scholarship Scheme
• Primary School of the Year – Orrets Meadow Primary School – sponsored by Sonex
• Secondary School of the Year – Bebington High Sports College – sponsored by Sonex
• Community Sports Project of the Year – St. Helens Couch to 5K – sponsored by Wealth at Work
• Active Workplace Award – Merseyside NHS Trust

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