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COV Awards

JudoScotland is excited to announce that entry is now open for the 2017 Coaching, Officiating and Volunteer (COV) Awards. This year JudoScotland will be offering nine different award categories to recognise the hard work that our coaching, officiating and volunteer workforce put in to Judo-in-Scotland.

From your club parent helper, to an area referee, right up to performance coaches; volunteers, officials and coaches are the lifeblood of our sport, without whom our sport would look very different. The JudoScotland COV awards are our way of showing our thanks and appreciation for their continued hard work.

Winners form the JudoScotland COV awards will automatically be entered into the sportscotland Coaching, Officiating and Volunteering Awards. So why not show your appreciation for the workforce who help you to enjoy your sport and nominate today?

2017 Award Categories 

Not only do we have two new award categories for 2017, we also have the option to submit your nomination online, meaning you can submit your entry via your phone, tablet or computer wherever you are. So why not make the most of your lunch break today and nominate! Simply click on the category to nominate. 

Young Person’s Coach of the Year

Community Coach of the Year

Young Coach of the Year

Disability Coach of the Year

Lifetime Coaching Achievement Award (New For 2017)

Technical Official of the Year

Lifetime Volunteer Achievement Award (New For 2017)

Volunteer of the Year Award

Young Volunteer of the Year

The JudoScotland COV Awards will be awarded at this years The Gathering Hiroshi Katanishi as part of the evening festivities on the 2nd September at the sportscotland National Centre Inverclyde. Click here for more details about attending. 

If you have any questions about this year’s JudoScotland COV awards contact the JudoScotland office on 0131 333 2981 or email info@judoscotland.com 

The 2016 Winners 


Disability Coach of the Year: Jo Imrie, Jidel Judo 93

Volunteer of the Year: Catherine Fordyce, West Calder Judo Club

Technical Official of the Year: Neil Malone, Hibari-Kan Judo Club

Young Coach of the Year: Summer Cranney, Titan Judo Club

Community Coach of the Year: David Reilly, Danderhall Judo Club

Young Volunteer of the Year: Dominic McNealis, Judo Club Esprit     

Young Person's Coach of the Year: Nicholas Thwaits,  Edinburgh Judo

 

 

 

Prefer to Send Your Nomination in by Post?

Click on the links below to get a word version of the nomination form:

Young Person’s Coach of the Year

Community Coach of the Year

Young Coach of the Year

Disability Coach of the Year

Lifetime Coaching Achievement Award (New For 2017)

Technical Official of the Year

Lifetime Volunteer Achievement Award (New For 2017)

Volunteer of the Year Award

Young Volunteer of the Year

Note: Completed nominations forms should be returned to:

Email Entries: info@judosotland.com 

Postal Entries: 2017 COV Awards, JudoScotland, EICA, South Platt Hill, Ratho, Edinburgh, EH28 8AA