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“There are always so many success stories among Huntingdonshire's sports men, women and children that we know our awards will be very competitive. And the success is across a wide range of sports – not just the most popular. We've swimmers competing for places at this year's Commonwealth Games, we've had a runner finished in the top 100 at the 2014 London Marathon and there's a darts players who has managed to play his way onto the national scene. ” Andy Veale

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Finalists announced…

The nominations for the 2014 Hunts Post Sports Awards have now closed and our panel of judges have come together to sort through this year’s entries and find the districts best sports

We have received lots of fantastic nominations this year and we are pleased to announced the finalists have been chose. Click here to view >

These sport awards are in place to recognise and reward the achievements of the best in the sporting sector and also those who work behind the scenes for local sporting clubs and teams. 

All short-listed finalists will be invited to attend the Awards Ceremony to celebrate local sport at Burgess Hall, St Ives on Thursday 31st July.

If you would like to purchase tickets to attend the event please contact Sarah Scott-Foster on 01438 866023 or email