Carmarthen Town Sports Awards 2022 Returns: Harriers members and junior team among the shortlisted finalists

The 2022 edition of the Carmarthen Town Sports Awards took place in the town on Friday evening, 20th January 2023.

The annual awards, held at the Carmarthen Quins Rugby Football Club and organised by Carmarthen Town Council again recognised sporting achievements and successes by athletes, volunteers and teams in the town of Carmarthen over the past 12 months. The awards champion success within the town across all sporting fields.

The council had invited the public to nominate with an independent selection panel of sporting experts then deciding on the winners and runners up of each category.

The eleven categories were:

Senior Men / Dynion Hyn, Senior Female / Menywod Hyn, U13s Junior Male / Bechgyn Iau O Dan 13, U13s Junior Female / Merched Iau O Dan 13, U16s Intermediate Male / Bechgyn Ganol O Dan 16, U16s Female Intermediate / Merched Ganol O Dan 16, U19s Youth Male / Bechgyn Ieuenctid O Dan 19, U19s Youth Female / Merched Ieuenctid O Dan 19,

Junior Team / Tim Iau, Senior Team / Tim Hyn and Coach/Organiser/Volunteer / Hyfforddwr/Trefnwr/Gwirfoddolwr.

These awards have been a success for Carmarthen & District Harriers Athletics Club over the years and this year was no different, with 8 being shortlisted to attend on the evening. Carmarthen Harriers won two main awards and six runners up awards. Carol Jones was the guest speaker and Club President Dr Hedydd Davies was also in attendance. Congratulations / Llongyfarchiadau!




First / Cyntaf:

- Jessica Lee (Under 19 Youth Female)

- Carol Jones (Coach/Organiser/Volunteer)


Second / Ail:

- Tomos Cai Davies (Under 13 Junior Male)

- Cordelia Walker (Under 16 Intermediate Female)

- Iwan Thomas (Under 16 Intermediate Male)

- Storm Evans (Under 19 Youth Female)

- Frank Morgan (Under 19 Youth Male)

- Carmarthen Harriers Junior Team (Junior Team)