AUSA Sports Awards 2021
The Sports’ Awards aims to celebrate AUSA’s incredibly talented sports clubs and induvial who have excelled within the last year. This year’s live event took place live on Facebook and YouTube and featured athletes including Beth Tweddle (gymnastics), Jonny Brownlee (Triathlon), Rebecca Adlington (Swimming) and Judy Murry (Tennis).
If you missed the awards you can watch the event recording here (please skip to 10mins 50seconds for the start of the event).
Full list of winners below
The prestigious Sports Union Blues are awarded to sportsmen and women who have reached the highest level in their field. Every year the applications are always of an immensely high level and we at the Sports Union are sure that this new year will be no exception.
Robert Brown – Men’s Lacrosse
Lara Dassar – Cheerleading
Gregor Davies – Men’s Lacrosse
Taylor Erridge – Cheerleading
Emma Graham – Cheerleading
Georgia Mchardy – Cheerleading
Gemma McLeod – Swimmer
Alasdair Mitchell – Cheerleading
Angus Rutherford – Swimmer
Clair Stirton – Cheerleading
Ashleigh Hogan – Sailing
Cleo Dunnett – Sailing
Conall Bryce – Sailing
Tobias Shapton – Sailing
Alice Younger – Women’s Lacrosse
Iona Chisholm – Trampoline
Yasmin Perry – Swimmer
Tamara Robinson-Burke – Cheerleading
Catriona Struthers – Cheerleading
Amy Walker – Trampoline
Calum Gibb – Road Cycling
James Chapman – Sailing
These awards are given annually to individuals and clubs for outstanding performance and achievements.
Centenary Cup – Rifle Club
Blue’s Bowl – Diego Bustio from Men’s Lacrosse
Sandy Morrison Memorial Trophy – Yasmin Perry from Swimming
AJM Trophy – James Chapman from Sailing
Club of the Year – Women’s Lacrosse
More information on Sports Awards can be found here.