Annual Awards

The  annual Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council awards are held early in each calendar year.

We are always looking for nominations, with the categories listed below:

2018 Award Categories:

  • Junior Award (Those born 2003 or later) – This award is made to an individual who has achieved consistent high levels of performance over the past year and recognises their sporting achievements at National or International level.
  • Youth Award (Those born between 1998 and 2002 inclusive) – This award is made to an individual aged between 16 and 21 who has achieved consistent high levels of performance over the past year and recognises their sporting achievements at National or International level.
  • Senior Award (Those born 1997 or earlier) – This award is made to an individual aged 21 and over who has achieved consistent high levels of performance over the past year and recognises their sporting achievements at National or International level.
  • Disability award – This award is made to an individual with a disability who has achieved consistent high levels of performance over the past year, and recognises their sporting achievements at National or International level.
  • Coach of the year Award – This award is designed to recognise the coaching achievements of an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the performance of their club members.
  • Junior/Youth Team Award (Team members born 1998 or later) – This award is made to a team who have had a significant achievement in their sport over the past year and have shown consistently high levels of enthusiasm and dedication. This team will have brought distinction to their club which will be affiliated to the Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council.
  • Team Award – This award is made to a team who have had the best team achievement in their sport over the past year and have shown consistently high levels of enthusiasm and dedication. This team will have brought distinction to their club which will be affiliated to the Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Sports Council.
  • Service to Sport Award This award is made to an individual (Coach, Official or Administrator) for their voluntary contribution to sport in the Kirkcaldy and Central Fife Area over a lengthy period and by doing so helped to develop sport locally.

For further details please contact our Secretary (secretary@kcfsportscouncil.co.uk).

The closing date for nominations is Wednesday 16 January 2019

If you would like to nominate for any of the above categories please either

  • complete the online form and submit the nomination click here
  • download a nomination form click here and return per the instructions on the form

 

In addition to the categories for which you can nominate, we also 2 awards which both relate to school sports and those are nominted from within the Active Schools teams within Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Levenmouth:

  • Services to School Sport Award – designed to recognise an individual volunteer who has given exceptional service to sport in Schools and in doing so helped offer new opportunities and develop sport locally.
  • Youth Volunteer Award – designed to recognise an individual who is in full time education and has shown great dedication and commitment to ensure sporting opportunities are available in their local community. Must reside within the Central Fife boundary. Must be in full-time education and up to 25 years of age.

Also, dont forget everyone can take part in the voting to choose the Fife Free Press Sports Personality of the Year for 2018.  This award also includes the region’s top sports professionals.
A shortlist has been created for this prestigious title, previously won by UFC star Steven ‘Braveheart’ Ray, Hibernian FC footballer Lewis Stevenson, and last year, by Craig Easton, the title-winning Raith Rovers youth coach.
The winner will be decided by Fife Free Press readers via an online poll which you can find here.  The votes are refreshed daily so you can vote more than once, to ensure your sporting choice gets the recognition they fully deserve.
This year’s nominees are:

  • Connor Wood, player of the year at league winners Kirkcaldy Rugby
  • Todd Dutiaume, Fife Flyers’ long-serving head coach
  • Jonny Adam, the British GT racing champion
  • Rory Butcher, who competed in the British Touring Car Championships.

 

Previous Award Winners

2017 Award Winners

2016 Award Winners

2015 Award Winners

2014 Award Winners

2013 Award Winners

2012 Award Winners

2011 Award Winners

2010 Award Winners

2009 Award Winners

2008 Award Winners