The annual Actif Carmarthenshire Sports Awards recognise and reward those people who have made a positive difference and shown outstanding achievements in their field whether it be as an individual, coach, volunteer or sports team in disabled, non-disabled, professional and amateur sport.
This year, we were also looking for individuals, teams and clubs who, despite the COVID pandemic, overcame adversity to inspire others to be active during lockdown.
Our main sponsors for the 2021 awards are McDonalds.
NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED for this year and the judges now have a tough task of whittling down to 3 shortlists per category.
Once announced, the shortlist will be invited to the Actif Carmarthenshire Sports Awards awards ceremony which will be taking place at the Ffwrnes Theatre in Llanelli on Friday 4 February.
Thank you to everyone who nominated an individual, team or club.
AWARDS CATEGORIES INCLUDE:
Sports Personality of the Year
Young Sportsman of the Year (sponsored by 1st Line Funeral Care)
Young Sportswoman of the Year
High Performance Sports Coach of the Year
Community Sports Coach of the Year
Sports Volunteer of the Year
Young Sports Volunteer of the Year
Team of the Year (sponsored by TAD Builders)
Young Team of the Year (sponsored by Coleg Sir Gar)
Community Sports Club of the Year
The Ryan Jones Memorial Award for Outstanding Services to Sport
Following last week’s announcement, Welsh Government have confirmed that outdoor sports facilities will be allowed to open. Organised outdoor activity for young people (18 and under) can restart from Saturday the 27 March.
Llandovery swimming pool is going to become a leisure centre and more exciting developments at St Clears and Newcastle Emlyn
In the Community
Our team have been working tirelessly to maintain contact and help our most vulnerable customers stay as active as possible during this pandemic