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The Oxfordshire Sports Awards '09
Hannah England and Keith Arnold
Hannah England and Keith Arnold won the top prizes at the event

The winners have been announced for the Oxfordshire Sports Awards 2009!

The awards are an annual event that showcase sport in Oxfordshire.

They recognise the talented sportsmen, sportswomen, teams and clubs plus the volunteers and coaches who give their time to help athletes of the future.

The event took place at The Kassam Stadium, Oxford, on Friday 13 November. Hosting the proceedings was BBC Oxford's Jo Thoenes and Brennan Nicholls.

And the Oxfordshire Sports Awards 2009 winners were...

1. Club of the Year - Oxford City Football Club (Football)

2. Disability Sportsperson of the Year - Eleanor Hubbert (Athletics)

3. Coach of the Year - Lindsay Powell (Swimming)

4. Extreme Sportsperson of the Year - Tom Butler (Kite Surfing)

5. Junior Unsung Hero - Alice Moger (Netball)

6. Junior Sports Team of the Year - Chinnor RFC U16 Squad, season 2008/09 (Rugby)

7. Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Holly Holden (Rowing)

8. Sports Team of the Year - City Of Oxford Rowing Club Womens Tier 1 Squad (Rowing)

9. Unsung Hero - Maggie Fisher (Netball)

10. Veteran Sportsperson of the Year - Karl Bushell (Table Tennis)

11. Sportsman of the Year - Keith Arnold (Cricket)

12. Sportswoman of the Year - Hannah England (Athletics)




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