Angus Council Sports Development are looking for the County’s sporting stars to step into the spotlight at their annual sports awards ceremony taking place in March this year.  Nomination forms are available now with athletes, players, coaches, friends and family encouraged to submit forms for consideration by the selection panel.

Launched in 1996 these awards have been a resounding success and have raised awareness of sporting strengths in the county – from top amateur golfers and archers, to swimmers  and horse riders through to the hundreds of local volunteers, coaches, officials and administrators, who give of their time to support these budding sporting champions and provide valuable opportunities for athletes of all levels to participate regularly in their chosen activity through the many sports clubs across Angus.

Angus Council Sports Development Team is looking to honour the commitment, achievements and dedication of all these individuals and teams at all levels of sport across Angus. The Angus Sports Awards 2010 presented by Angus Council Sports Development Team in association with McDonalds and Angus Ahead, the area marketing campaign set up to fly the flag for the county at home and abroad, will take place on Tuesday 8th March 2011 in the Reid Hall, Forfar. 

Radio Tay is again showing their support for the Angus Sports Awards by hosting and broadcasting the event.  The local broadcasting station is celebrating their 31st year in broadcasting so this will only add to the celebrations at the ceremony.

Nominations are required in six categories:
• Sports Personality of the Year
sponsored by ANGUS COUNCIL

• Young Sports Personality of the Year
sponsored by RADIO TAY – CASH FOR KIDS
(Not reached 18 years of age by 31st December 2010)

• Coach of the Year

• Service to Sport Award
sponsored by ANGUS COLLEGE

• Team of the Year
sponsored by RSK SPORTS

• Sports Personality of the Year Award for People with a Disability
sponsored by ANGUS DISABILITY SPORT in partnership with MERPRO Ltd
To be eligible for an Angus Sports Award the nominee must be an Angus resident, must have amateur status and must compete in a sport recognised by sportscotland. For the Service to Sport award the nominee must be an Angus resident and, for the purposes of this award, must not be a competitor or performer.

Nominations for the Angus Sports Awards 2010 in association with McDonalds & Angus Ahead can be completed and submitted on-line at and forms are also available from all Angus Council leisure facilities and should be returned to Laura Baxter Angus Council Sports Development Team, The Yard, Queenswell Road, Forfar, DD8 3JA by Friday 11th February 2011.

For further information and nomination forms please contact:
(01307) 474243  e-mail –