Congratulations to all our winners but especially those from Whakatāne. Results are as follows

Holland Beckett Law Sportswoman of the Year: Lisa Carrington

Vodafone Junior Sportsman of the Year: Hayden Wilde

Vo2 Secondary School coach of the Year: Hemi Barsdell (Volleyball)

Bay Office Products Depot Secondary School of the Year: Whakatāne High School U17 & U18 Double Sculls Rowing Team

Bay Cardiology Secondary School Girls Team of the Year: Trident High School Senior Girls A Volleyball Team

Sports Bay of Plenty Supreme Award: Peter Burling (Sailing)

Bayleys Real Estate Sportsman of the Year: Peter Burling

Eves Realty Junior Sportswoman of the Year: Shania Rawson (Downhill Mountain Biking)

Donelley Sawmillers Ltd International Sportsperson of the Year: Ryan Thomas (Football)

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Secondary School Sportsman of the Year: Hayze Perham (Rotorua Boys’ High School) – Rugby League, Rugby Union, Touch Rugby & Rugby Sevens

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Secondary School Sportswoman of the Year: Frances Lloyd (Taekwondo)

BayTrust Coach of the Year: Allan Bunting (Rugby Sevens)

NZ Community Trust Junior Team of the Year: University of Waikato Midlands U21 Women’s Hockey Team

Rotorua Daily Post Team of the Year: Bayleys Midlands NHL Women’s Hockey Team

Dudfield Bryce Printers Open Service to Sport: Lee-Ann Fraser (Badminton), Ashley Peat & Deborah Keenleyside (Rugby), Craig Tiriana (Bay of Plenty Sport), Donna Keaney (Hockey), Fiona Keegan (Indoor Bowls), Alison Wieringa (Netball/Bay of Plenty sport), Veena Kameta (Rugby League), Paul van de Salm (Football), Graham Walker (Volleyball)

Radio Sport Official of the Year: Kelly Hudson (Hockey)

Ebbett Tauranga Club of the Year: Rotorua Netball Centre

Aurecon Secondary School Student Contribution to Sport: Ashley Wilson (Football)

Bay of Plenty Principals’ Association Secondary School Service to Sport: Patti Sutton (Hockey)