THE top primary team award award went to the Scarborough Sparkles gymnastics team.
The Scarborough Gymnastics Academy team, who are aged between nine and 11, have had a superb year which has included wins in the British and Northern Team Gym competitions.
The squad members are Anna Sweeney, Evie Storr, Ellis Miller, Megan Coates, Emily Newbold, Sophie Gambles, Hannah Lockwood, Tilly Grunwell, Ellie Smith and Freya Storr.
The runners-up were Stakesby CP School girls football team.
It was a good night for Scarborough Athletic Club, as they won the top senior team award and the top under-18s team award.
The club’s senior team won the East Yorkshire Cross Country League title and were the Northern League Track and Field League division three champions - which earned them promotion to division two.
Senior club members have represented Yorkshire and Northern Counties at cross-country and road races, while many of the club’s veteran athletes are highly ranked in the UK veterans lists.
The under-18s athletes earned their award for a variety of achievements.
The under-13s and under-15s girls teams won the North Yorkshire and South Durham Cross Country League titles, while the club also finished as runners-up in the Young Athletes League second division.
Four members represented Yorkshire at the Inter-Counties Cross Country Championship and six members represented North Yorkshire Schools at the English Cross Country Championships, while two club members have represented England at mountain running and cross country running.
Scarborough Paragon Cycling Club secured the top community sports club award.
The cycling club was established in 1953 and is still going strong, with a big increase in family and juvenile club membership.
The free Come and Try It events have also been a big hit, especially as they are open to the community and membership is not necessary.
The club provided 39 cycling events in 2011 and also had volunteer marshals and officials at the Scarborough Cycling Festival.