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Saturday 11 May 2019 sees the 10th anniversary of the England Hockey awards. Hockey lovers from across the country will gather to celebrate the achievements of clubs, volunteers, officials, coaches and players over the past year.

Once again the evening will be hosted at the Athena in Leicester where incredible clubs, volunteers and players will be presented with awards for their achievements. There will be plenty of stars in tow for a fantastic evening celebrating the amazing world of hockey.
Shortlist Announced 


Notts Sport Club of the Year
London Wayfarers 
Norton
Old Cranleighans 
Plym Valley Ladies 
Scarborough
Southport
Wapping 
Wilmslow


Howden Men's Team of the Year
Atherstone Adders 1st XI
Carlisle 1st XI
Harrogate 1st XI
Monarchs Maidenhead 
Stratford Upon Avon 1st XI
Urmston Manchester 1st XI 


Investec Women's Team of the Year
Barford Tigers 1st XI
Chester 1st XI
Maidenhead 5th XI
Old Silhillians 1sts XI
Rugby & East Warwickshire 1st XI
Whitchurch 1st
Wycombe 5th XI


Unsung Hero
Brian Rawsthorne
Chandra Arora 
Claire Satchwell
Joel Forrester
Jonathan Crowther
Julia Gilbert
Michael Baxter
Sara Newman 


Coach of the Year
Andrea Glover 
Andy Thomas 
Angie Cottee
Gareth Ikin 
Kathryn Barbery-Redd
Official of the Year
Christopher Mayo
Daniel Barstow
Rob Jenkins
Shelia George
Simon Dye


Vitality Rising Star
Helen Windsor
Jeevan Chagger
Mila Welch 
Oli Woodcock
Samuel Wash 


Vitality Hockey Maker of the Year
Alexandra Horowitz
Annie Thomas
EH Mascot Team
Emily Guy
Emma Longbottom
Steve King 


Get your tickets

This year the ticket booking process will be done through Hockey Hub and priced at £49.50 per person. People will be able to bulk buy but it will mean that all attendees will need to register on Hockey Hub.

To book a ticket for the awards click here.


Notts Sport Club of the Year
“Notts Sport are proud to support the Club of the Year award in such an outstanding year. As Official Facilities Partner to England Hockey, we are committed to growing the game at all levels, and therefore it is important to recognise the individual achievements of the grass roots and professional teams that continue to drive and develop the sport in the UK. We wish the best of luck to everyone nominated!” 
Duncan Bennett, Managing Director, Notts Sport.