The College of West Anglia celebrated young sporting successes at their annual awards evening at Lynnsport.
CWA Sports Campus programme manager for sport Tommy Goode said: “Our sports awards allow us to celebrate the success of our very talented student body over the last year, paying tribute to some outstanding academic performances.
“It also celebrates those who have been successful in gaining related employment as a result of their good work on their course and our very talented student athletes, who have again achieved an enormous amount over the last year, including team success as regional football and basketball champions.”
CWA executive director partnerships Mark Reavell said: “It is great to see that it has been another successful year for our sports students.
“The college has built a national reputation for the quality of its sports programmes and for sports performance across a variety of teams and individual activities.
“Our base at Lynnsport provides the highest quality teaching and learning resources for all aspects of this curriculum and I congratulate all our students and all our staff on their many successes.”
Course Awards – Diploma In Sport Student of the Year, Alfa Jalo.
L2 Coach and Activity Leadership Student of the Year, Connor Lester
L2 Steve Mason Fitness Student of the Year, Dingase Zulu
L3 PT Student of the Year, Ryan Rumsey
L3 NPS Year 1 Student of the Year, Robson Pack
L3 NPS Year 2 Student of the Year, Daniel Corbyn
L3 Kevin Graves Sports Science Year 1 Student of the Year, Millie Hopkisson
L3 Sports Science Year 2 Student of the Year, Daniel Nuccoll
Department Awards – Sports Contribution (all), Dan Nunn
Sportsman (Ability) (all), Dylan Edge
Sportswoman (Ability) (all), Chelsea Munday
Rugby Academy – Coaches’ Player of the Year, Daniel Nunn
Players’ Player of the Year, Harry Goddard
Most Improved, William Horn
Netball Academy – Coaches’ Player of the Year, Rebecca Beard
Players’ Player of the Year, Molly Sargeant
Most Improved, Megan Heffernan
Basketball Academy – Coaches’ Player of the Year, Luke Huggins
Players’ Player of the Year, Luke Huggins
Most Improved, Louie Mitchell
Elite Football Programme (Men) – Coaches’ Player of the Year, Alexander Jarvis
Players’ Player of the Year, Eoin McQuaid
Most Improved, Alphy Cooper
Special Award, League Winners
Elite Football Programme (Women) – Coaches’ Player of the Year, Ebony Wiseman
Players’ Player of the Year, Millie Hopkisson
Most Improved, Leah Zaxiasa
Team Of The Year (all), Basketball Academy