The nominations for the 2020 Sport Pembrokeshire Awards have been revealed.

A total of 120 nominations have been received in nine categories for individuals and teams involved in different sports across the county.  

The three finalists in each category will be announced on Sport Pembrokeshire’s social media pages and in the Western Telegraph on Wednesday, November 18. 

The overall winners will be announced on the same social media pages on Friday, November 27, at 7pm. 

The awards are sponsored by Valero, the Western Telegraph, Folly Farm, and Radio Pembrokeshire. 

Cllr Paul Miller, Cabinet Member for Economy, Tourism, Leisure and Culture, said: “We’re really pleased that so many people have again taken the time to nominate individuals and teams for recognition. 

“Even though the calendar has been disrupted this year, there were still a number of exceptional achievements within the sporting community and I’m delighted we are able to acknowledge them.” 

Junior (U16) Sporting Achievement of the Year 
Sophie Mansell (Equestrian)
Hollie Jenkins (Golf)
Gracie Griffiths (Athletics)
Kelci Francis (Dance)
Jac Delaney (Rugby)
Emily Roberts (Football)
Rhys Llewellyn (Cross Country / Athletics)
Joe Phillips (Cricket)
Elisa Tyrrell (Gymnastics)
Lucy Wintle (Athletics)
Caera Lewis (Swimming)

Club of the Year 
Fishguard Sports AFC
Pembroke Dock Cricket
Crossfit Pembrokeshire 
Haverfordwest Gymnastics
Neyland Cricket Club
CRA West Wales Ju Jitsu
Pembrokeshire Special Needs Gymnastics
Vibe School of Dance
South Pembs Golf Club
Fishguard & Goodwick Jemima Rowing
Haverfordwest Gymnastics Disabled team

Junior Disability Sport Award 
Saskia Webb (Swimming)
Bleddyn Gibbs (Weightlifting)

Young Volunteer
Lucy Harding
Casey Stuchbury
Melody Street
Kelci Francis
Kacy Hughes

Team of the Year
Tenby AFC Under 16’s
Neyland Cricket Club 3rds
Pembrokeshire Schools’ Rugby Under 15’s
Artistic Squad Haverfordwest Gymnastics
Haverfordwest High U13’s Football
Goodwick United U14’s
Milford Haven School U13’s Football
Pembrokeshire Short Mat Bowls

Adult Sporting Achievement of the Year
Luke Harries (Golf)  
Sean Hannon (Cricket)
Ashley Sutton (Cricket)
Nathan Banner  (Cricket)
Alistair Bell (Ice swimming)
Stephen Varney (Rugby)
Lisa Neumann (Rugby)
Sarah Hicks (Swimming)
Sarah Lawrence (Rugby)
Josh Macleod (Rugby)

Disability Sport Award
Jake Richards
Fishguard Thunderbolts
Gaynor Martin (Rowing)

Unsung Hero
Adele Bevan and Nicola Hayton
Kelly and Wayne Griffiths (Pembrokeshire Harriers)
Brian Millard (Fishguard Thunderbolts)
Alice Watts (Pembroke Netball Club)
Nick Daley (Pembroke Dock Cricket)
Buster the Dog (Crossfit Pembrokeshire)
Gareth Bennett (Haverfordwest Seals swimming)
Jenny Boyce (Pembs Harriers)
Kelly Griffiths (Pembs Harriers)
William Newell and Ian Crosseley (Cricket)
Steve Williams (Hundleton Cricket)
Rhys Bromhall (Neyland Yacht Club)
Donna Grimwood (South Pembs Golf)
Chris McEwen (Pembroke & Pembroke Dock Boxing)
Celt Edwards (Triathlon )
Wendy Bradshaw (St. Ishmaels Cricket)
Gary Strawbridge
Sam Kurtz (Crymych Cricket)
Rhodri Lewis (Crymych Cricket)

Coach of the Year
Tracey Keane (Zumba)
Wayne Griffiths (Athletics)
Sam Feneck (Crossfit)
Peter Freeman (Pembrokeshire Harriers)
Craig Nelson and Nick Russell (County Swimming)
Alison Marsh (Milford Tigers Swimming)
Daisy Lewis (Haverfordwest Gymnastics)
Andrew Jones (Haverfordwest Gymnastics)
Stuart Tyrie (Brazilian Ju Jitsu – Pembrokeshire)
Nadine Tyrrell (Haverfordwest Gymnastics)
Hannah Davey (Dance)
Jenny Losada (Sapphires Tenby Netball)
Jo Summers (Haverfordwest Gymnastics)
Kelly Williams (Dance)
Justin Head (Weightlifting)
Finola Findlay (Dance)
Niall Kinsella (Football)
Derek Hart (Badminton)