PRIDE OF TAMESIDE

Oh What a night!!

Our club enjoyed a tremendous evening at the recent Pride of Tameside awards evening as we WON BOTH categories we were nominated in.

We are enormously proud of our club secretary, Nicola Steen as she won the 'Alex Williams Volunteer of the Year' award, but the success continued as we wone the prestigious 'Club of the Year', beating of stiff competition in both categories.

​After only 18 months in existence these are tremendous accolades to all involved with the club.  Well Done!

Club scoop awards at Pride of Tameside  awards night

Nicola Steen receiving the 'Alex Williams Volunteer of the Year' award.

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Team members receive the 'Club of the Year' award

The Pride of Tameside Sports Awards winners were finally revealed at Dukinfield Town Hall on Friday 22 September. The sold out event was opened by the Civic Mayor of Tameside, Councillor Joyce Bowerman, with special guest speaker, Olympic medallist swimmer Steve Parry, also in attendance.
The event celebrated the dedication, motivation and passion of sports coaches, volunteers, schools and clubs in Tameside, as well as the hard work and achievements of Tameside’s sportsmen and women. A record number of nominations were received for this year’s awards, which reflects the wealth and depth of people involved in sport in Tameside.

Award Winners
​Coach of the Year – Ian Harrison (Droylsden Amateur Boxing Club).
Sports Achiever of the Year – Angela Oldham (East Cheshire Harriers).
Disabled Sports Achiever of the Year – Shannon Dover (Samuel Laycock School).
Alex Williams Volunteer of the Year – Nicola Steen (Secretary at Mossley AFC Running Club).
Unsung Hero of the Year – Harry Twamley (Chairman at Curzon Ashton FC).
Club of the Year – Mossley AFC Running Club.
Changing Lifestyle Special Recognition Award – Jonathan Clutterbuck.
The School Commitment to PE and Sport Award – St John Fisher RC Primary School.