Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014

Coaching Awards

basketballscotland operates an annual coaching awards programme for individual coaches who have shown effort, dedication and commitment throughout the season. The winners at each stage will be automatically entered into the next level of coaching awards offered:

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To ensure the smooth transition from one level to the next, the coaching awards and criteria are very similar at each event. As coaches progress they will be competing with coaches from further afield and from different sports.

Find out more about the awards programmes below:

basketballscotland Regional Coaching Awards

basketballscotland operates an annual coaching awards programme for individual coaches who have shown effort, dedication and commitment throughout the season.

The following awards are offered:

  • Young Persons Coach of the Region
  • Regional Leagues Coach of the Region
  • Young Coach of the Region
  • Performance Development Coach of the Region
  • Disability Coach of the Region
  • Regional Special Recognition Award

Category winners will automatically be out forward to basketballscotlands National Volunteer Awards. The winner of the Ronnie Mather Contribution to Coaching award will automatically be put forward to sportscotlands Coaching Awards.

13/14 Winners:

West Tayside and Fife Highland East/Central Grampian
Young Coach Leanne Renfrew  Shaun Campbell Jack Burgess Harry Craik
Young Persons Coach Amanda McQueen  Fraser Notman Andy Gibson Les McGlasson Leo Harper
Regional Leagues Coach Ross Hutton  Michael Stone Andrew Smyth Callum Catto
Performance Development Coach Laura Nisbet Darryl Wood  Frazer Grant Keith Bunyan Grant Wilson
Disability Coach   /  /  / Danny McKinlay Fraser Govan

13/14 also saw an extended national rewards programme. The following people won National Coaching Awards at basketballscotlands National Coaching, Officiating and Volunteer Awards:

National Young Coach of the Year: Leanne Renfrew

National Young Persons Coach of the Year: Leo Harper

National Regional Leagues Coach of the Year: Callum Catto

National Performance Development Coach of the Year: Darryl Wood

National Disability Coach of the Year: Danny McKinlay

Ronnie Mather Contribution to Coaching: John Bunyan

12/13 winners:

West Tayside and Fife Highland East/Central Grampian
Young Coach  Stacey MacDonald  Michael Haddow Laura Brown  Kara Gillies Craig Allsop
Young Persons Coach  David Matthewson  John Arnold McKay Alison Maclean Douglas McCormick Leo Haroer
Regional Leagues Coach  Rebecca Cumming  Jordann Cunningham Alison Graham  Les McGlasson Jackie Bruce
Performance Development Coach  Kevin McQuade  Laura Hare Callum Anderson  Adrian Flynn Lisa Cochrane
Special Recognition  Iain Maclea and and Lindsay Lang  Chris Dodds Gerry McCready  Brian Findlay Mike Reilly

 

11/12 Winners

West Tayside and Fife Highland East Grampian
Young Coach Lauren McKinlay  Callum O’Donnell  Rodger Watt  Steven Dickson Michael Padua
Young Persons Coach Robin Carmichael  Robin Paterson  Alison Maclean  Janie McBrierty Daniel McKechnie
Regional Leagues Coach Adrienne Hunter  Vaughan Wilson  Calum Anderson  Neil Connell David Wylie
Performance Development Coach Joshua Tackie  Russel Kesson  Ruaridh Maclennan  Neil Connell Tony Shand
Special Recognition John Campbell  Hector Barlow  Alan Macdonald  Luis Romero Jessie Greig

 

10/11 Winners:

 

West
Tayside
and Fife
Highland
East Grampian
Young Coach Maxine Bell Ally Vannet Stacey MacDonald Mark Stevenson  Jamie Alexander
Young Persons Coach Mark Renny Jordann
Cunningham
Michael Sharky Grant Dickson  /
Regional
Leagues Coach
Gerry O’Hare Laura MacFarlane Ruaradih MacLennan Jeronimo Munoz  Callum Catto
Performance
Development Coach
Dave Evans Paul Boath Frazer Grant Adrian Flynn /
Special
Recognition
/ / Tina Cumming Ian Gordon /

 

sportscotland Coaching Awards

sportscotland is committed to recognising and rewarding coaches from across the country and the Coaching Awards gives you an opportunity to nominate your special coach for their fantastic work in the sports coaching industry! Learn more about the awards by watching this promotional video.

The categories are:

  • Young person’s coach
  • Young coach
  • Performance coach
  • Development coach
  • Participation coach
  • Disability coach

basketballscotland has been very successful in the past few years:

sportscotland Young Coach of the Year 2013: Stacey MacDonald

sportscotland Young Coach of the Year 2011: Frazer Grant

sportscotland Young Coach of the Year 2010: Ally Vannet

scUK Coaching Awards

Check out this promotional video, featuring Adrienne Hunter, 2011 Coach Educator of the Year Finalist.

The UK Coaching Awards honour sports coaches and coaching organisations who have demonstrated outstanding success over the previous 12 months.

Hosted by sports coach UK, the showpiece event is seen as one of the most prestigious within the industry. It raises the profile of coaches and the role they play in encouraging participation, performance and excellence.

Awards are made following a public nominations process and decision by an expert judging panel. There are seven awards categories for coaches and three awards made to organisations in support of coaching.

The following coaching awards are offered:

  • Children’s Coach of the year
  • Participation Coach of the Year
  • Young Coach of the Year
  • Performance Development Coach of the Year
  • High Performance Coach of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement Award
  • The Coaching Chain Award

The following awards are made to those who support coaches:

  • Coach Educator of the Year
  • Governing Body of the Year
  • Coaching Intervention of the Year

Adrienne Hunter was runner up for the Coach Educator of the Year in 2011.

 

 

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