2012 Awards Night

It was somewhat fitting that Tyne Bridge’s annual Christmas Party/Presentation Evening should fall on another remarkable day in the club’s short history. But that is another story, this one is to honour and celebrate the great achievements by both the club and its members in 2012.

Congratulations to all the award winners listed below.

Winter parkrun series 2011/12: David Appleby

Summer parkrun series 2012: David Appleby

North East Harrier League (Male): Dave Moir

North East Harrier League (Female): Lisa Walker

TBH Winter Grand Prix 2011/12: Kerry Reed

TBH Summer Grand Prix 2012: Aimee Cook

2012 Club Champion (Male): Tony Carter

2012 Club Champion (Female): Carolina Freeman

Captain’s Choice (chosen by Paul Hilton): Steve Cairns

Captain’s Choice (chosen by Denise Waugh): Julie Shaw

Rising Star of 2012: Sophie Marr

Newcomer of 2012: David Beech

Club Member of 2012: David Daniels

Performance of 2012: Northern 6-Stage Relay Team (Steve Cairns, Tony Carter, Keith Smith, Paul Hilton, Darryl Davison and Sparrow Morley)

Young Athlete of 2012: Leodhais McPherson

Senior Athlete of 2012: Tony Carter

Veteran Athlete of 2012: Keith Smith

Medals were also awarded to every member who competed in the 2011/12 Harrier League campaign in which both the Men and Women teams gained promotion.

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  1. Firstly, many congratulations to all the winners listed above.

    I know from speaking to the voting panel how difficult it was selecting a winner for some of the categories because there were so many outstanding results and performances throughout 2012, so just to be selected ahead of your fellow team-mates is an achievement in itself.

    As for my own award, being named Member of the Year, I feel truly honoured.

    I could reel off a dozen names whom all do such much work behind the scenes at the club, yet never get any recogonition for their efforts, so I would like to thank them for making my role within the club that much easier.

    Now to focus on that Veteran Athlete of 2013 award ;-)

    • Steve cairns on 9th December 2012 at 15:29
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    To all at TBH: I am honestly honoured to have just received a text from Paul telling me I had been given this award: I feel that to be appreciated for what you do and stand for by your friends and peers is the highest honour you can receive and will rank up there with my most treasured awards:

    To explain to those who don’t know why I was not there or why you don’t see me that much: I had planned and had hoped to race yesterday and come to the night out but I was not allowed to race due to non residency: I therefore had to look for another race as for those who know I work shifts so don’t get many weekends free. So I ran the scottish east champs in Cupur. I then could not justify the expense to get down to Newcastle for a night out: Sorry common sense won over:

    The clubs enthusiasm and passion have reminded my why I run!! So thank you and I hope to see you at a race very soon!!

    • Double D on 9th December 2012 at 16:01
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    Many thanks to everyone involved in putting on a great party, particularly Davy Anderson and Paul Hilton.

    • David Beech on 9th December 2012 at 20:56
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    Hi all,

    Apologies for not turning up on the evening, going through a “feeling sorry for myself” weekend, picked up a injury so my world has come to a stop haha. Hope everyone had a great evening, and i would like to say a huge thankyou for the award of best newcomer.

    In such a short space of time since joining the club i feel my running has improved vastly, so thankyou very much, without me going to deep, ha-ha, ever since leaving the Army, ive struggled to adapt and fit in, and joining the club and has giving me that sense of being part of a team again and has given me the oppurtunity to meet amazing people, So thankyou.

    Have a great Xmas and New Year….

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