Runner, Danny Crates and David East (R), the Chairman of sportessex. Danny received a special award to celebrate his sporting career including his gold medal at the Athens Paralympics in 2004.
Harlow shooter James Huckle with the Essex and Suffolk Water Sports Personality of the Year award and BBC London's Wendy Hurrell. James won two bronze and two silver medals at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.
Braintree BMX Club celebrated picking-up the Wilson James Community Club of the Year and Julian Allen (Third from L) took Coach of the Year. The club recently held their first National BMX Championship on their track.
The Pad Creative Innovative Scheme of the Year celebrates inventive schemes run to engage people in sport, David Hardman (Second from R) runs a disability sport programme in Southend and he took home the award.
St James Primary School in Harlow picked-up the Skanska School of the Year award, runners-up included Shoeburyness High School and St Michael's C of E Primary School with hockey player, Chloe Rogers (Front).
Julian Allen (C) of Braintree BMX Club with Ken Edwards (R) of Go Sports Volunteer and GB powerlifter, Adam Alderman from Sible Hedingham who helped present the Coach of the Year award.
Alex Dowsett (R) from Cock Clarks, near Chelmsford received the Olympic Hopeful award from Essex County Councillor, Stephen Castle. Alex won a silver medal for the time trial cycling at the Commonwealth Games.
Daniel Blewett (C) took the Wilson James Young Community Volunteer award for his work coaching at Trinity YFC in Southend, he is pictured with Mark Dobson (L) from Wilson James and James Huckle.
Alex Dowsett (L) is pictured with the Services to Sport nominees (L to R) Dudley Baker, Howard Williams (main award holder) and Brian Dawbarn, and Shaun Dawson from Lee Valley Regional Park Authority.
Danny Crates presented the trophy for the Essex Disability Sports Academy Paralympic Hopeful to Southend swimmer, Jo-Jo Cranfield, with West Mersea sailor, Hannah Stodel (L) and wheelchair racer, Richard Chiassaro.
Rebecca Terry plays Badminton in Basildon and was presented with the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority Young Sports Personality of the year. The runners-up were Christopher Rust (L) and Jessica Judd (Second L).
Harlow shooter, James Huckle picked up the top Essex and Suffolk Water Sports Personality of the Year award, presented by Sarah Bowerman (C) from the company. Real tennis player, Claire Vigrass (R) was a runner-up.
BBC London weather presenter, Wendy Hurrell's necklace caused quite a stir, here she is with Lauren Freeman, who was a runner-up in the Young Community Volunteer award.
Billericay's Yushikai Karate Academy were runners-up in the Wilson James Community Club of the Year award at the Essex Sports Awards 2010.
BBC Essex sports producer, Glenn Speller and BBC London weather presenter, Wendy Hurrell hosted the awards at the Mill in Rayleigh on Wednesday, 10 November 2010.