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Past Winners

Awards 2013-2020

(see 2021 and 2022 below)

The award is made for sporting achievements during January to December the previous year

Junior Award

Youth Award

Seniors Award

Masters Award

Achiever of the Year Award

Disabled Athlete of the Year

Coach of the Year Award

Services to Schools Award

Youth Volunteer / Young Volunteer of the Year (from 2023)

Club of the Year Award / Club Development Award (from 2023)

Team of the Year Award

East Fife Services to Sport Award

Awards 2022

In March 2022 we were delighted to welcome our members and guests to the first EFSC Awards Ceremony to be held in person in three years. Around 130 guests were treated to a delicious buffet by Sunshine Kitchen before introductions by Chair Martin Turnbull and the Provost of Fife Jim Leishman. Paralympian gold medal winner Owen Miller MBE and team-mate Derek Rae delighted with highlights of their successes in Tokyo and then hosts Philip Mould and Khayri Azzam presented the inspiring stories of our nominees, which had posed such a challenge to the judging committee and the winners were revealed. Congratulations went to all of the winners and runners-up and Cllr Margaret Kennedy thanked them, the guests and everyone who helped and supported the event.

Club Project  East Fife Triathlon Club, Falkland Cricket Club, Step Rock Amateur Swimming Club

Community Project  SHIFT/Stew Fowlie, outdoor activity program

Keeping Connected  Pegasus Gymnastics Club

Sustainability Award  Fife School Aquatics Group

Recovery from Adversity  Pittenweem Tennis Club

Young Person of the Year – Elite Junior Performance  Scarlett Ferris, swimming

Young Person of the Year – Voluntary Sporting Role  Sophie Sherriffs, Megan Martin, Helen Black, Cupar & District Swimming Club

Coach of the Year Award  James Waite, Falkland PS, cricket, golf, swimming

Services to Sport Award  Skip Martinez, tennis

Fife Sport Recognition Awards 2020 (awarded in 2021)

These Awards were made in 2021 to celebrate sporting clubs, groups and individuals who supported and were active in their communities in Fife during COVID-19 in 2020. Fife’s three sports councils, in partnership with Active Fife, recognised everyone who was nominated in the East Area for their efforts, and the positive impact sport had in these communities.

Lindsay Sharp, AM Soccer; Duncan Donald, AM Soccer; Daniel Mason, AM Soccer; Rhynd Fitness – Ed Foster & team; Fraser Clark, Functional Fitness St Andrews; Linda Thomson, Elie and Earlsferry Sailing Club; Dylan Ronaldson, Metcon Performance; Anster Allsorts Jogscotland group; Clare Niven, Cupar and District Swimming Club; Andrew Maitland, Madras Rugby Club; Falkland Golf Club; Falkland Cricket Club; Richard Cleary, Ceres Highland Games; Stuart Williamson, Howe of Fife RFC; Sarah Brannen, Warm Hearts Yoga; St Andrews University Dance Union; Step Rock ASC; Anna Hedley, Step Rock ASC; Henry Paul, Mums on the Run; East Fife Triathlon Club Juniors; Elise Methven, EF Triathlon Juniors; Viv Wilson, Ovenstone Equine; Gordon Wilson, Anstruther Golf Club; David Snodgrass, Crail Golfing Society; Nicola Hetherington, Elie Sports Club; Linda Mould, Lundin Ladies Golf Club; Stew Fowlie, Lundin Golf Club; Dorothy Wand, Deebees Rosettes; Claire Millar, Pegasus Gymnastics Club; Helen Vickery, Cupar Bowling Club; Craig Horsburgh, Anstruther Tennis Club; Tracey Stevenson, Anstruther Tennis Club; Victoria White, Pittenweem Tennis Club.