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Sportsmanship Games 10 Pin Bowling Competition

© Amber Hardy 2015

 

 

2010 - 2014

Dublin

Airport

Norwich

Macclesfield

Wellingborough

 

 

2005 - 2009

Washington

Gravesend

Stirling

Havant

Wigan

 

 

 

2000 - 2004

Paris

Nottingham

Carlisle

Sheffield

Leeds

 

 

 

1995 - 1999

Coventry

Blackpool

Bushbury

Burton

Derby

 

Following the great response that was given to the first event at Derby, it became apparent that the tournament formula was a winner and would run again. Therefore, Diane was looking to introduce a new element to the event and thought of a sportsmanship award, which was introduced in 1996. 

Voting slips are issued to all competitors and they are asked to nominate a person involved in the tournament (but not necessarily a bowler) whom they think personifies 'Sportsmanship'. 

From the Leeds 2000 event, the voting rule was changed. It was the Tournament Committee who would decide the winner as it was thought they would have an overall better perspective. However, bowlers are still invited to submit suggestions which is taken into account.

 

Previous Winners - Good Sport Award

 

2005 – WIGAN – FRED MILLER

2006 – HAVANT – ANDY FRASER

2007 – STIRLING – THE A TEAM

2008 – GRAVESEND – THE MARSHALL FAMILY

2009 – WASHINGTON – GEOFF RENS

2010 – WELLINGBOROUGH – NIK PARRY

2011 – MACCLESFIELD – SELWYN MORGAN

2012 – NORWICH – SIMON WHITEHOUSE

2013 – AIRPORT – SIMON DAVIS
2014 – STILLORGAN – DAVID O'BRIEN

 
 

1995 – DERBY - N/A

1996 – BURTON - DIANE JOYCE

1997 – BUSHBURY - NATALIE JOYCE

1998 – BLACKPOOL - GARY MARCUS

1999 – COVENTRY - PETER ADCOCK

2000 – LEEDS - STUART JAAP

2001 – SHEFFIELD - TRISH TUCKER

2002 – CARLISLE – NATHAN BLAKE

2003 – NOTTINGHAM – ROB WILLIAMS

2004 – PARIS – WILMA SUSTINS

 

 

2015 – NUNEATON - AMBER HARDY

2016 - PETERBOROUGH - MARK MCQUEEN 

2017 - DUNSTABLE - MARK SPURWAY

2018 - WIGAN - LINDA SPURWAY

2019 - TILBURG - YEHBUTZ

GOOD SPORT AWARD
RESULTS