JUNIOR sports stars from across the county were honored for their accomplishments in 2018 at the Herefordshire Junior Sports Awards.
The annual awards ceremony honored athletes, teams, volunteers, elementary schools and coaches who have performed well over the last 12 months.
The athlete Will Lovejoy was honored with the Sportsman of the Year trophy, while pentathlete Zara Beaumont, of the Hereford Cathedral School, won the women's honor athletic.
Lovejoy had a successful season on the track, winning numerous wins in the Welsh Under-15 Championships and the Welsh Championships at distances of 100, 200 and 300 meters.
At the same time, Marcus Powell (Dynamix Trampoline Club) won a very popular prize in the category.
Zara Beaumon (Hereford Cathedral School), who set a personal best and broke the National Record for the Independent Association of Preparatory Schools, was rewarded when she swam in glory at the Under-11 competition. years in 50 m breaststroke.
In the category "Physical Education Prizes in Primary Schools", the winner is Riverside Elementary School, a highly recommended school going to Colwall C of E. Elementary School.
At the same time, the Junior Team of the Year Award was awarded to the women's team at the Hereford City Swimming Club, 14-16 years old and 4x200m freestyle.
A highly recommended prize was awarded to the Hereford & County Athletics Club and Hereford Rowing Club rowing club aged 14 to 15 years.
Wesfields' Jake Bevan has won the Youth Volunteer Award of the Year for his work on social media club and match registration.
Nigel Fraser of the Hereford Rowing Club received the Coaching of Juniors award for his work with the youngest members of the club.
In the same category, Darren Braithwaite (Hereford Futsal Club) won a very popular prize.
The rising star of golf, Morgan Radziejowski, won the Hereford Times Ted Woodriffe and Herefordshire Sport Secretary Bryan White received a special award for 40 years of voluntary service at this charity.