City’s young sporting talent honoured

The Sheffield Federation for School Sports held its annual presentation evening in the Captain's Lounge at Sheffield United's gound on Thursday (22 November 2012). Our picture shows pupils fromGreenhill Primary School, winner of the Primary Schools' Sports Award.
The Sheffield Federation for School Sports held its annual presentation evening in the Captain's Lounge at Sheffield United's gound on Thursday (22 November 2012). Our picture shows pupils fromGreenhill Primary School, winner of the Primary Schools' Sports Award.

THE best of the city’s young sporting talent were honoured at Bramall Lane last week in the 118th Sheffield Federation for School Sports presentation evening.

With 15 awards available students from King Ecgbert school won three as individuals or teams.

Former King Ecgbert pupil Jessica Ennis is multiple award winner from when she attended the Totley secondary school.

Winning the Alderman Sewell Award as Sports Personality of the Year was national junior badminton champion Chloe Birch of Silverdale school.

And there was a Long Service Award for Sheffield Athletics Association chairman Roger Blades.

n Awards list: Harold Whitham Memorial Trophy - Adam Khan, Silverdale.

Dave Aizlewood Memorial Trophy - Nether Green.

Federation Endeavour Award - Josh Draycott, Birley School.

John Moss Trophy - Tapton School.

Frank Schofield Memorial Trophy - Harry Sampson, King Ecgbert.

Pauline Fidler Memorial Trophy - Kyle Lilley, Handsworth Grange School.

Chairman’s Award - Fiona Bell, Tapton.

Primary Schools Sports Award - Greenhill Primary.

Primary Schools Sports Personality of the Year - Megan Armswood, Malin Bridge Primary School.

Alderman Sewell Award - Chloe Birch, Silverdale.

Volunteer Award - Tom Smeeton.

Long Service Award - Roger Blades.

Special Award - James Farmer, King Ecgbert.

Special Award - Bradfield School Cross Country Teams

Special Award - King Ecgbert Under 15 Cricket Team.