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2014 SA Sports Awards: All the winners

Written by TVSA Team from the blog News on 01 Dec 2014
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South African sporting stars swapped their sportsgear to get flashy at the 2014 SA Sports Awards on Sunday night. The ceremony was held at the Sandton Convention Centre and aired live on SABC1 and SuperSport.

The big winner of the night was Banyana Banyana striker Portia Modise who won the public's vote for the coveted SA Sports Star of the Year award. Last month Portia became the first African player to score 100 goals in international matches so the award was a perfect tribute to her kick-busting moves. Her win also struck a goal for feminism as she was the only woman in the category.

If you missed the broadcast, you can catch a repeat on SuperSport 4 tonight at 21h30.

2014 winners

SA Sports Star of the Year

Ernst Van Dyk
Chad Le Clos
Portia Modise
Khotso Mokoena
AB De Villiers
Duane Vermeulen

Administrator of the Year

Karen Losch
Daan du Toit
Nokuzola Patience Thamae

Sportsman of The Year

Chad Le Clos

Greg Minnaar

Khotso Mokoena

Cornel Fredericks

- See more at: http://www.sascoc.co.za/2014/10/15/2014-sa-sports-awards-nominees-announced/#sthash.OQXMTrjK.dpuf

Sportsman of The Year

Chad Le Clos

Greg Minnaar

Khotso Mokoena

Cornel Fredericks

- See more at: http://www.sascoc.co.za/2014/10/15/2014-sa-sports-awards-nominees-announced/#sthash.OQXMTrjK.dpuf


Sportsman of The Year

Chad Le Clos
Greg Minnaar
Khotso Mokoena
Cornel Fredericks

Sportsman of The Year with Disability

Lucas Sithole
Ernst Van Dyk
Pieter du Preez

Sportswoman of The Year

Sunette Viljoen

Mpho Madi

Ashleigh Moolman Pasio

 

Sportswoman of The Year with Disability

Justine Asher

Kgothatso Montjane

Adri Visser

- See more at: http://www.sascoc.co.za/2014/10/15/2014-sa-sports-awards-nominees-announced/#sthash.OQXMTrjK.dpuf


Sportswoman of The Year

Sunette Viljoen
Mpho Madi
Ashleigh Moolman Pasio

Sportswoman of The Year with Disability

Justine Asher
Kgothatso Montjane
Adri Visser

Team of the Year

Springbok 7
Lawn Bowls
Under 19 Cricket

Newcomer of the Year

Wayde van Niekerk
Gezelle Magermann
Revaldo Coetzeer

Coach of the Year

Shakes Mashaba
Graham Hill
Neil Powell

Volunteer of the Year

Beryl Campbell
Selwyn Jackson
Sandile Mqadi

Indigenous Games of The Year

Nthonga - Kwa Zulu Natal
Drie Stokkies - North West
Ncuva - Limpopo

Recreational Body of the Year

Umthombo
Park Run        
Sport for Social Change Network

Photographer of the Year

Reg Caldecott
Duif Du Toit
Frennie Shivambu

Journalist of the Year

Udo Carelse
Mathews Mpete
Duane Dell’Oca

Federation of the Year

Triathlon South Africa
Rowing South Africa
Swimming South Africa

School Team of the Year

Vorentoe High School
Harmony High School
Paarl Gimnasium Hoerskool

Developing School Team of the Year:

Astra
Fulton School for the Deaf Triathlon Team
Oudtshoorn School of Skills



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