The Goalden Globes - All nine England Netball Regions will choose a Regional winner from each of the 10 competitive categories. Regional winners will then be put forward for the National Award which will be announced at the National Goalden Globe Awards. For an overview of all of the awards, including who is eligible, see England Netball website.
2018: National winner: Long Service Award - Brenda Horn Regional winners from Middlesex: Unsung Hero Award - Shelly Williams, Middlesex Exec Mary Bulloch Administrator Award - Debbie Horn, Middlesex Exec Young Volunteer Award - Isobel McCartney, Oakwood NC
2017: Regional winners from Middlesex: Outstanding Netball Club Award: Cumberland The Mary Bulloch Administrator Award: Jenny Harrold, Middlesex Exec Grassroots Official Award: Elz Eve, Cumberland
2016: Regional winners from Middlesex: Muriel McNally Award - Gwenda Boniface from Palmers Green NC Young Volunteer Award - Elly Stonebridge from Elthorne & Twyford NC, Middlesex Satellite Academy Athlete, West London JNL Umpire and Lucy Garner from Blaze NC Mary Bulloch Administrator Award - Matilda Harrison from AP Saints NC 2015: Regional winners from Middlesex: Mary Bulloch Administrator Award: Jayne Lea, Poly NC Young Volunteer of the year: Kelly Drew, Brunel University Netball Officer 2014: Maria Mitchell, North London Netball League, who had received a Rose Award at the National Goalden Globes presentation. The nomination, through the London & South East Region, was to recognise the hard work and persistent negotiations, with in particular the Local Authority, which Maria undertook to ensure that the courts at Broomfield Park, the central venue of the League, were upgraded and the facility in general continued to be hive of netball activity throughout the year.
2013: Regional winners from Middlesex: Coach Award – Grassroots: Lesley Tischler Officials Award – Grassroots: Amber Derrien Mary Bulloch Administrator Award: May Isolda Young Volunteer Award: Ayesha Maynard Unsung Hero Award : Violet Corbin
2012: Regional winners from Middlesex: Coach Award – Grassroots: Kim North Officials Award – Grassroots: Rachel Zillwood Netball Teacher Award: Kirsty Smith
2011: Steven Cotton collected the ‘Netball Teacher Award’ at the Goalden Globes for his work at Havelock Primary School. Steven is a Level 2 Coach and a C Award Umpire who coaches 2 teams, he runs lunch time and after school sessions for both boys and girls and the school compete in the local High 5 league. Under Steven’s leadership, Havelock Primary School were SSP Cluster Champions, Featherstone Champions, Southall Netball League winners, Ealing Champions, West London Bronze Medallists, London MANN festival Champions and the London Youth Games Gold Medallists.
2010: Regional winners from Middlesex: Minchenden Netball Club for outstanding netball club of the year.
2009: London and South East Regional Winners from Middlesex: Lucy Mitchell – Young Volunteer Award. Over the last 4 years, Lucy has qualified as a B Award and A Award Umpire. She has attended England Netball Officiating Conferences in the last 2 years and then briefed club and other umpires on the key issues. Lucy has worked to improve her abilities by umpiring at all levels: Netball Europe, Premier and Regional League games as well as U13 games in her local League. She has served to enthuse and inspire members of the junior section. Lucy has just completed her first year as a teacher but has still found time to update her EN Level 2 coaching qualification to UKCC standard. Her commitment has recently extended beyond her club to the large North London League, where Lucy has taken on the role of secretary. Lucy has been described by her peers as highly committed and inspirational. Brenda Horn – Mary Bulloch Administrator Award. Brenda founded Townmead NC forty years ago and is still involved in running a team. She has been a Committee member for Harlington Netball League since the League was formed some 12 or more years ago. Furthermore she has been Middlesex County Treasurer and Affiliations Secretary for over 6 years and has sat on the Finance Group for the London and South East Region and has been Venue Coordinator and sat on the Administration Group for the Middlesex County Netball League. Brenda’s efficiency, organisation and personality have contributed to the popularity of the Harlington Midweek League, resulting in a steady increase in participation and retention. Her excellent management of County finances has recently allowed clubs to be financially supported in their development projects. She is a genuine volunteer, whose enthusiasm for Netball, its organisation and development, is infectious. Her knowledge and understanding of Grassroots Netball is deep and willingly shared. Her dedication is unquestionable.
2008: The award for “Young Volunteer of the Year” at the Goalden Globes went to Emma Groundwater of the West London Junior Netball League. Emma was a pupil at Drayton Manor High School, played for the Middx Under 16s and Academy. Over the past two seasons the 18-year-old has coached the U12 and U16 teams and also carries out extra duties in her free time and is an elected member of the West London Junior League Committee. Sonia Taylor won the London & South East “Coach of the Year” and went forward as the nominee for the Goalden Globes but missed out to Maggie Jackson who won the Super League Final with Mavericks. Sonia coached Academy to victory with back to back Challenge Cup Finals and is now Assistant Coach with Brunel Hurricanes.
2007: Regional winners from Middlesex included: Murial McNally award: Sally Essex, Academy & Middlesex County Schools Rep Teacher of the Year: Lucy Allen, West London Academy Community Volunteer: Jonathon Kirby, West London Junior Netball League National winners from Middlesex included: Community Volunteer: Jonathon Kirby, West London Junior Netball League Long Service Award: Jenny Harrold, Middlesex County Chair.