As always, there are some sporting achievements that don’t fall into any of our pre-determined categories, and for that reason we hold aside two Special Recognition Awards which are sponsored by Granite Marketing and Linwoods.
Northern Ireland’s record-breaking five-time World Superbike champion Jonathan Rea was once again the big winner at the 2019 Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards as he was named Sports Star of the Year at last night’s ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Belfast.
A true son of Ulster’s soil, Rory Best’s achievements on the rugby field have been the stuff of legend over the course of a lengthy career at the top of the professional game, and for that reason he deservedly becomes the latest entrant into our Hall of Fame.
They've both been sports mad since they were girls on the hockey pitches - and have harnessed that passion and honed their talents over the years to ensure they have both reached the top of their game in the world of sports presenting.
The nominations are in for the 2019 Belfast Telegraph Sport Awards and, now that the shortlists have been compiled, the countdown is on to find out who will walk away prize-laden from next month's glittering ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Belfast.
Emotions ran high during last night's Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards in the Waterfront Hall as the late William Dunlop was posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame.
After another great year of sport in Northern Ireland, the Belfast Telegraph Sports Awards will not only honour those who have represented Northern Ireland on the highest stage, but also those who have put in the hard graft behind the scenes.
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