Sports Awards

The annual Sports Awards Ball is renowned for being the most prestigious event on the sporting student social calendar.

Staff, students and guests come together to celebrate both individual and team sporting achievements. RGU is proud to have over thirty different sports clubs and this would not be possible without the hard work and dedication from student volunteers. To honour this, Recognition Awards are also presented to students who have gone over and above what is asked of them.

Winning a sporting award is something to be extremely proud of and we are delighted to present the following awards at the 2018 Sports Awards Ball:

Individual Awards

• Full Blue
• Half Blue
• Recognition
• Fresher of the Year
• Sports Person of the Year
• Presidents Performance of the Year
• Volunteer of the Year

Team Awards

• Most Improved club
• Best New Club/ Team
• Team of the Year
• Club of the Year


Award Nomination Pack

Click here to download a copy of this year's Awards & Nomination Pack. Please send any completed nominations to Eilidh Paterson (President of Sport & Physical Activity) at PresSPA@rguunion.co.uk or hand them into RGU SPORT before 12pm on 12th of March.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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