Award Winners Part Five (Friday)

This Grant was designed to honour our support the next generation of athletes, artists, and musicians, dancers to change the world and fill it with innovation, integrity, ability and allowing them one day to inspire the next generation.

Queen's Sapphire Jubilee Award Winners 2020 with their awards


Arabella Moen

Improver award Tennis and has been playing for 13 years. Arabella has played regional, national and International games. In April 2019 Bella was placed in the top 20 U18 Nationally.


Deborah James

Improver award for both Hockey and Basketball and dedicates herself to both sports. She played for England in U14 matches for basketball and was the Captain of Herts county hockey team for 2018.


Edward Bonn

Improver award for both roller and ice hockey. His roller team won the national U12s which allowed them to compete in Germany as part of GB roller Hockey Team.


Fin Woodliffe

Has won our Improver award for cycling.  Finn has taken part in several regional and national competitions, and is the region winning champ for U12s.


Euan Woodliffe

Exemplar award for cycling. He has taken part in several national and international competitions for road, cross and track. He has also been selected for team GB Olympic development track and is one of only 18 boys to be trained for the tough Olympic pathways training.


Ahrin Pal

Starter Award for Tennis. He is Wel-Hat tennis club member for 6 years and won young player of the year 2018 at the club.