sports awards 2014
sports awards 2014

Luton Sports Awards 2017

2017 Luton Sports Awards – Arranged by Luton Sports Network

The Luton Sports Network Annual Sports Awards provide a fantastic opportunity to recognise and reward talented local sportsmen and sportswomen, coaches, volunteers, teams and clubs for their outstanding achievements in sport over the past 12 months.

Full details about each category and eligibility will be on the Luton Sports Network website and as usual, the nominations for the for the following 2017 awards categories will be made by completing the on-line form.




Sportsman of the Year


Sportswoman of the Year


Young Sportsman of the Year


Young Sportswoman of the Year


Sports Club Member of the Year


Sports Club of the Year


Sports Team of the Year


Young Sports Team of the Year


Sports Coach of the Year


Sports Administrator/Official of the Year


Disability Sports Award


Young Volunteer of the Year

Service to Sport Award



The nomination process is now open and close on 31st December 2017.                                                           

In addition, the Annual Sports Personality of the year award will be open to the public via our now popular on-line poll of the nominated individuals. The poll will open on 7th December 2017.

The Sports Awards will be presented at an event to be hosted at Chalk Hill Academy on 2nd February 2018. Attendance will be by invitation to sort listed nominees and their supporters. We will extend the rewards made at last year’s event. This year the winner and runner of each category will receive rewards to the value £250 and £100 respectively. Those entitled to the rewards will be notified of how to apply for the award. There is a real incentive to submit those nominations.

Luton Sports Network wishes all local representatives of Sport National Governing Bodies, Club Leaders and Administrators, Schools, Further and Higher Education to spread the word and identify the nominees for each category and support them to compete the nomination process.  For the successful teams that completed their 2016/2017 season in the summer should be nominated.

Guest Speaker

Andrew 'Dru' Spinks has played basketball at both national club and international level. He played as a swingman, meaning he could switch between playing shooting guard and small forward. Dru played for Milton Keynes Lions for 12 years, making him the longest-serving player in the British Basketball League, before departing in 2010.  Dru is originally from Barnet and stands at 6’5”. He received 27 England Caps in the course of his basketball career. Dru is a highly effective athlete mentor for the Dame Kelly Holmes Trust; he has inspired many young people on the ‘Get on Track’ programmes he has been involved with.

For more information, see Luton Sports Network website or, please email Carl Richardson, Chair, Luton Sports Network



The Luton Sports Network


"Luton Sports Network was launched in July 2007. The group can be traced

back to the Luton Sports Council that existed for many years in Luton

prior to that. In whatever form it has done excellent work on behalf of

the voluntary sports clubs and continues to serve them today. In 2014,

the Luton Sports Network became part of Active Luton but retains its

role as the independent role as the voice and advocate for voluntary

sport in the town. Its new board brings together key partners and

stakeholders from health, education and the community that share a

common desire to improve the provision of sport in the borough to

deliver Luton Sports Network's Action Plan. "


The purpose of the Luton Sports Network is:

  • To promote awareness of local sports clubs
  • To promote events relating to local sports
  • To support sports clubs, athletes and coaches through grant funding
  • To hold an annual awards evening for Luton Sports people

By working with local partners affiliated to the Luton Sports Network our role in the community is:

  • To increase awareness and participation in local sport and active recreation
  • Improve health and well being
  • To help create stronger communities through sport and active recreation
  • Improve education through participation


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