12:22pm Tuesday 6th November 2007 in Sport Pembrokeshire Awards
Three finalists in each category of the Sport Pembrokeshire Awards have been chosen by the selection panel.
These finalists will be presented with trophies at the awards ceremony on November 16th at Folly Farm, at which the winners will be announced.
The finalists for Women's Sporting Achievement of the Year (sponsored by Stephen Jones Windows) are Becky Harries (golf), Emma Summers (football and cricket) and Haverfordwest Ladies Hockey Team.
The finalists for Men's Sporting Achievement of the Year (sponsored by Eddie's Snooker Bar) are Joe Allen (football), Stephen Inward (cricket) and St Ishmaels Cricket Team.
The finalists for Boys (Under 16) Sporting Achievement of the Year (sponsored by Thomas Scourfield and Son) are Andrew Salter (cricket), Dominic Coleman (athletics) and Harry Owen (gymnastics).
The finalists for Girls (Under 16) Sporting Achievement of the Year (sponsored by Lords International and the Cricket Shop) are Jordan Hart (badminton), Ngaire Strawbridge (sailing) and Pembrokeshire Panthers (girls football).
The finalists for Disability Sport Award (sponsored by Oakwood Leisure Park and CC2000 Bowl) are Jacob Thomas (boccia), Raymond Lillycrop (gymnastics) and Ryan Llewellyn (gymnastics).
The finalists for School/Club Partnership of the Year (sponsored by Jewsons) are Broad Haven Primary School, Neyland Community School and Pembroke Dock Community School.
The finalists for Unsung Hero of the Year (sponsored by the Western Telegraph) are Ann Meare (Pembroke Dock School), Gerald Hicks (Carew) and Ray Kane (cricket).
The finalists for Sports Organiser of the Year (sponsored by Radio Pembrokeshire) are Cresselly Cricket Club Committee, Helen Rogers (rugby) and Trevor Morgans (football).
The finalists for Coach of the Year (sponsored by Chevron) are Huw Bevan (football), Jean Jones (gymnastics) and John Amos (swimming).
Two special awards for Lifetime Sporting Achievement (sponsored by Pembrokeshire Sports Development Council) and Outstanding Sporting Achievement (sponsored by the chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council) will also be announced on the night.
The panel have also decided to present all those nominated with a commemorative certificate.
The presentation ceremony will be preceded by free rides on Folly Farm's indoor fairground and will end with a buffet, during which there will be a prize draw for Children in Need.
Councillor Rob Lewis, cabinet member for sport, leisure, tourism, and cultural services, said: "The calibre of all those nominated was exceptionally high and the panel meeting was one of the toughest sessions I've ever been involved with.
"On November 16th we will present the winners and finalists, but more importantly we will be celebrating the depth of grass roots sport in our county.
"In particular we all need to recognise and appreciate the hard work of so many volunteers that keep our community clubs going."
If you would like to attend the awards presentation ceremony, entrance is free, but you must register your place by post to Sport Pembrokeshire, County Hall, Haverfordwest SA61 1TP or call 01437 776191.