Annual Awards

Volleyball England's Annual Awards is a prestigious and long-standing date in the calendar that recognises special individuals who go the extra mile to create a fantastic environment and experience for volleyball in England, from grassroots to NVL to international level.

The winners of each category take centre stage each year at an established event in the calendar, where they will be presented with their award.

Submit your nomination

 

The nomination window for the 2023 Annual Awards is now open! The winners will be announced at our first in person event since pre-covid at the Cup Finals (National Volleyball Centre) on Saturday 22nd April 

To read more about the award categories and criteria, click here. 

Submit your nomination today.

A list of the previous winners of our Annual Awards can be found here. 

 


2022 Annual Awards Winners


CategoryWinner

Young Coach of the Year

TBC

Coach of the Year

TBC

Young Official of the Year

TBC

Referee of the Year

TBC

Young Volunteer of the Year

TBC

Volunteer of the Year

TBC

HEVO of the Year

TBC

Long Service Award

TBC

Club of the Year
TBC
 
Serena Morten Safeguarding AwardTBC
Peter Wardale Memorial Award
TBC

Peter Wardale Memorial Award

The Peter Wardale Memorial Award is the highest accolade that can be given to a volunteer. The recipient of this award is selected by the Board and is given to someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the sport of volleyball. It is not awarded every year.

Roll of Honour:

  • 2000 – Ron Richards
  • 2001 – Dudley Williams
  • 2002 – Roman Parashchak
  • 2003 – Dan Dingle
  • 2004 – Neville Lewis
  • 2006 – Ian Berry
  • 2007 – Freda Bussey
  • 2009 – Don Anthony
  • 2012 – Brian Stalker
  • 2013 – Richard Callicott
  • 2014 – Gordon Neale
  • 2015 – Paul Bohannan
  • 2016 - Keith Nicholls
  • 2019 - The Bello Family
  • 2020 - Janet Inman
  • 2022 - Nick Shaffery