Surrey Youth Games

Welcome to the P&G Surrey Youth Games

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Results - 2016

 

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The P&G Surrey Youth Games 2016 was a multi-sports competition, spread over the weekend of 18/19 June, in which all eleven districts and boroughs in Surrey entered teams into a variety of indoor and outdoor sports. There were sports for all ages, including events for young people with disabilities. 

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Young people - many of whom had never tried the sports they were playing before - attended local coaching sessions in the two months prior to the Games. For many of the players selected the event was their first experience of countywide competition, and was held at the prestigious Surrey Sports Park in Guildford.

 

Making the Games happen

As well as Procter and Gamble and borough sponsors, the Games owe a huge debt to the hundreds of volunteers who  turned out for their particular borough or district, as well as those who were helping us co-ordinate the event centrally on the day.

Without their support the event really could not have taken place. If you were one of the people who gave up your time on the day or in the run up to the Games, thank you.

Read the results for the Surrey Youth Games 2016

 

 

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Since 1997 The P&G Surrey Youth Games have continued to grow and develop, especially over the past 8 years with the much-valued support of P&G. In 2013 we welcomed new official sponsors, the Surrey Sports Park, the world-class venue that plays host to the Games each year.

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The aim of the Games is to develop sport in Surrey. The Games achieve this by:

  • surrey youth gamesMore young people take part in competitive sport, and continue to take part in sport after the Games
  • More sports clubs become accredited by their National Governing Body, thereby improving the quality of sports clubs in Surrey
  • More people become qualified in sports coaching and officiating
  • New junior sports clubs or sections are created

The sports and age groups included in the Games are specifically selected in order to achieve these aims: each sport is asked to identify which age group and gender they wish to include. Their selections reflect their wider development plans and other existing competitive opportunities for players.

The event is organised by Active Surrey, in association with each borough and district council in Surrey and a range of sport governing bodies.

Previous years

2015

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2014

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2013

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2012

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2011

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2010

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