[lead]If you know an inspirational coach who deserves recognition then why not nominate them for an ECB Coach Award?[/lead]
The awards are designed as a way of thanking the people that go the extra mile to support, nurture and develop the next generation of players and/or coaches.
To nominate someone for 2017 fill in the nomination forms below and return to Paul Buckland at the Gloucestershire Coaches Association at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday February 13.
Nominees for the Outstanding Contribution award should be at the heart of coaching activity and have helped to do one or more of the following:
- Provide administrative support and or the development of coaching.
- The development and growth of coaches and or Coaches Association’s.
- Increased the number of coaches and or player participation.
Outstanding Contribution nomination form ecb-coach-awards-outstanding-contribution-2017
The Coach of the Year will have contributed to:
- The development and success of players and teams
- The design, production and implementation of coaching programmes.
- Provided innovation and inspirational coaching methods which have significantly improved player and team performances.
Coach of the Year nomination form ecb-coach-awards-coach-of-the-year-2017
The Young Coach of the Year will have:
- Shown a commitment to developing the game at grass roots and community level.
- Had a clear impact with a local school or club.
- Shown creativity and determination in their development as a coach.
Outstanding Contribution nomination form ecb-coach-awards-young-coach-of-the-year-2017
Last year saw the awards go to Dymock’s York Senior (Coach of the Year), Ross Tominey from Kingsholm (Young Coach) and Cheltenham’s Luke Sellers (Outstanding Contribution).