Melton Times Sports Awards 2017: Time running out to nominate

Sportsman of the Year winner Simon Price with finalists Jamie Haines (right) and Antony Hart (left), and Alan Pearson of SAQ International EMN-180301-124636002
Sportsman of the Year winner Simon Price with finalists Jamie Haines (right) and Antony Hart (left), and Alan Pearson of SAQ International EMN-180301-124636002
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There are just three days left for you to nominate your sporting hero for one of our 11 categories in this year’s Melton Times Sports Awards.

The deadline to submit your nominations for 11 of our 14 awards falls on Monday at midnight, including our new Disabled Sportsperson of the Year honour.

Junior Sportwoman of the Year winner Heidi Coy with finalists Niamh Noble (left) and Sabine Brewster (right), and Stephen Hallam of Samworth Brothers EMN-180301-124658002

Junior Sportwoman of the Year winner Heidi Coy with finalists Niamh Noble (left) and Sabine Brewster (right), and Stephen Hallam of Samworth Brothers EMN-180301-124658002

The full list of categories open to your suggestions are – Sportsman of the Year, Sportswoman of the Year, Disabled Sportsperson of the Year, Junior Sportsman of the Year, Junior Sportswoman of the Year, Footballer of the Year, Cricketer of the Year, Coach of the Year, Clubperson of the Year, Team of the Year, Junior Team of the Year.

They may be a friend, family member, team-mate or just someone you have admired through our sports pages during the course of 2017.

Email your entry to our sports editor chris.harby@meltontimes.co.uk or fill in the coupon on page 46.

Please include a photo where possible and an overview of achievements to convince our judges why your choice should make the shortlist of three to attend our annual sports awards evening.

The event takes place at Melton Market Banqueting Suite on Thursday, February 8 and will this year be hosted by BBC radio presenter Melvyn Prior.

Next week we will feature a full list of your nominees ahead of judging.