PHOTO FOCUS - Bridlington School sports awards

Bridlington School's leading sports stars were rewarded at their annual presentation evening on Thursday.

Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 12:24 pm
Updated Tuesday, 11th February 2020, 1:49 pm
Bridlington School sports awards evening PHOTOS BY PAUL ATKINSON

Paul Atkinson was at Bridlington RUFC to take photos for the Bridlington Free Press.

Cerys Reece won the PE Long Term Achievement award
KS$ Leaders of the Year Corah Reece and Emily Wilson
Dylan Jones won the Harland House Sportsmanship Award, presented by Jon Rowbottom, of Lloyd Dowson
Rebecca Hill won the Year 10 Sportswoman of the Year award
Finley Elstob won the Year 10 Most Improved Boy award
Emily Wilson collected the Sports Personality of the Year award on behalf of Leah Freeman who was unable to attend
The Year 10 Sportsman of the year was Tom Riley
Corah Reece was Year Nine Sportswoman of the Year
The Year Seven Most Improved Girl was Mia Heard
Ava Smales won the Year Nine Most Improved Girl award
Connor Reaney won the Year Nine Most Improved Boy award
The Year Nine Sportsman of the Year was Alfie Regan
The Year Eight Most Improved Boy was Jayden Redshaw
Melody Towse was the Year Eight Most Improved Girl
The Year Eight Sportswoman of the Year was Abi Dean
Robbie Saffery shows off his Harland House Sportsmanship Award for 2019
The Team of the Year award was presented by Jon Rowbottom
KS3 Leader Awards, Callum Garbutt, Jack and Tom Shephard, Ben Copley
Alfie Lowe was the winner of the Year Seven Most Improved Boy award at the ceremony
Year Eight Sportsman of the Year was Ben Copley
The winner of the Year Seven Sportswoman of the Year award was Alicia Darley
Bailey Jarvis was the Year Seven Sportsman of the Year award-winner