SPORTS AWARDS: Boxer Roy Webb inducted into Hall of Fame

Former boxer Roy Webb has been inducted into Mid and East Antrim Borough Council's Larne Sporting Hall of Fame.

Friday, 26th February 2016, 11:05 pm
Updated Friday, 26th February 2016, 11:49 pm
Hall of Fame: Roy Webb.

The Commonwealth Games silver medallist was given the accolade at the town’s annual Sports Awards, held in the McNeill Theatre, on Friday evening.

Webb punched his way through the amateur ranks and had many notable moments with the 1982 Brisbane Games the highlight. He went on to turn professional, fighting in 18 bouts, winning 16, drawing one, and losing just one.

Mid and East Antrim Sports Awards winners (Larne)

Junior Sportsperson of the Year - Jack Ferguson (football)

School Sporting Performance of the Year - St Killian’s College (golf)

Manager / Coach of the Year - Gary Haveron (Carrick Rangers)

Veteran’s Award - David Clarke (athletics)

County Antrim's Milk Cup team goalkeeper Jack Ferguson won Junior Sportsperson of the year at the Mid and East Antrim Sports Awards in Larne. Photo: Presseye

Team of the Year - Cairndhu Rowing Club U21 crew

Services to Sport - John Gibbons (coastal rowing)

Sportsperson / Team of the Year with a disability - Claire Taggart (boccia)

Sportsperson of the Year - Martin McHugh (bowls)

Carrick Rangers boss Gary Haveron won Coach of the Year.

Hall of Fame - Roy Webb (boxing)

Bowler Martin McHugh was named Sportsperson of the Year.
County Antrim's Milk Cup team goalkeeper Jack Ferguson won Junior Sportsperson of the year at the Mid and East Antrim Sports Awards in Larne. Photo: Presseye
Carrick Rangers boss Gary Haveron won Coach of the Year.
Bowler Martin McHugh was named Sportsperson of the Year.