The shortlisted nominees for the Betway CI Sports Awards 2022 are announced today with just three weeks for the public to vote for The Betway Sports Personality of the Year 2022.
There are four strong Channel Islands contenders for the top award: Guernsey Bowler Lucy Beere MBE, Guernsey Athlete Alastair Chalmers, Jersey’s Gymnast Daniel Lee and Guernsey’s Footballer Maya Le Tissier.
Betway’s Paul Adkins said: “Once again, 2022 has been a truly remarkable year of sport for the islands and these nominations celebrate the outstanding achievements by Channel Islands sports men and women. 2022 saw Channel Island athletes taking to the world stage once again, representing their club, their island and even their country. We are looking forward to an exciting evening of celebration and congratulate all those who have been shortlisted.”
Islanders can vote for their favourite by phone using the following numbers:
LUCY BEERE MBE – CALL 0845 60655 01
ALASTAIR CHALMERS – CALL 0845 60655 02
DANIEL LEE – CALL 0845 60655 03
MAYA LE TISSIER – CALL 0845 60655 04
Votes cost 5p plus your network access charge. Please check costs with your network operator before dialling. A maximum of 5 calls from a phone number will be accepted. The votes from the public will be combined with those from the team of judges in order to determine the winner. Lines are open from 10:00 hours on 09 January 2023 and close as announced during the live broadcast of the Betway Channel Islands Sports Awards on Thursday 02 February 2023. Terms and Conditions can be found at ITV Services - TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
The Team of the Year 2022 includes:
Guernsey’s Commonwealth Games Team, Jersey Men’s Cricket, JRFC Women’s team and Guernsey’s St Martin’s Football Club.
The Rising Star of the Year Award nominees earning their shortlisted places for the Rising Star Award 2022 are:
Jersey footballer Luke Harris, Guernsey footballer Alex Scott, Jersey table tennis player Hannah Silcock and Asa Tribe, Jersey cricketer.
The Coach of the Year is another hotly contended category, with nominations this year including Jersey football coach, Martin Cassidy, Jersey swimming coach Nathan Jegou, Jersey Cricket’s Neil MacRae, Guernsey’s rugby coach Jordan Reynolds and Jersey Skating coaches, Sasha Baker and Keilah Ovens.
Also to be awarded on the night will be the Michael Lucas Sporting Hero Award, and the Judges Award for Achievement.
The awards will be presented live on ITV Channel Television during two special programmes at 8.30pm and 10.40pm on Thursday 02 February 2023 at RJA & HS in Jersey.
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