Disability Sport Wales Awards
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2022 Disability Sport Wales Awards

The 2022 Disability Sport Wales Awards will be broadcast at 7pm on June 24th 2022.

The show will be simulcast on YouTube and Facebook, and the YouTube feed will be available here on the Disability Sport Wales website. We hope you're looking forward to hearing some amazing stories and finding out who's won!

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Disability Sport Wales would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who made a nomination. As always, the calibre of nominations into our award categories was extremely high. Our panel has decided on the finalists for this year's awards as follows:

 

insport Award

Finalists
  • Colwyn Bay Stingrays
  • North Wales Crusaders Wheelchair Rugby League and Disability Sports Club - WINNER
  • Pembrokeshire Special Needs Gymnastics Club

 

Inspiring My Journey Award

Finalists
  • Ceri Hughes, Ceris Williams, Gethin Williams and Sara Jones Williams for inspiring Elan Williams
  • Andrew Toft, Gemma Cutter, Morgan Jones and Paul Drayton for inspiring Mia Lloyd - WINNER
  • Rhiannon Owens for inspiring Sienna Allen-Chaplin

 

Emerging Athlete of the Year

Finalists
  • Anastasia Blease - WINNER
  • Meghan Willis
  • Zachary Tandy

 

Athlete of the Year

Finalists
  • Beth Munro
  • Menna Fitzpatrick - WINNER
  • Paul Karabardak

 

Jim Munkley Lifetime Achievement Award

Winner
  • Jane Coia

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