wirral sports in partnership
A collaborative effort of sports clubs and associations to achieve and celebrate local success
A packed audience at Hulme Hall, Port Sunlight on Thursday 10th
October were treated to a wonderful evening of presentations
highlighting Wirral’s best sporting achievers and unsung heroes
who dedicate their time and service to their clubs and
associations. The prestigious Wirral Sports Awards evening,
celebrating it’s 55th year, was opened by the Mayor, Councillor
Tony Smith, himself a passionate sports fan and was hosted by
BBC Radio Merseyside’s Ian Kennedy.
Tranmere player Connor Jennings attended to receive the Wirral
Sports Person Award 2019. Women’s England player Jodie Taylor
and her former school Oldershaw picked up the Outstanding
Achievement Award. Full details of our winners this year can be found on our Awards Page
Helping your Club over the finishing line.
A COMMON INTEREST
We bring local voluntary sector sports clubs and associations together and work in the common interest of those clubs to create Wirral’s largest sporting network.
We promote participation in sport amongst all sections of the local community.
We co-operate with Wirral Council and other agencies in the furtherance and aims and objectives of the forum.
GRANTS & BURSARIES
We assist in prioritising of applications for grants to voluntary local sports bodies and raise funds for bursary awards for local sports men, women and children.
why we joined the sports forum
Wirral Sports Awards 2019
Who will be this year's winners?
By public nomination:
- Young Sports Person
- Sports Club
- Young Volunteer
- School Sports Dept.
- School Boys team
- School Girls team
- Special Recognition
- Lifetime Achievement
Awarded by the Wirral Sports Forum committee:
- Sports Personality
- Outstanding Achievement