Night the Stars shone bright

James-Lee Robinson, winner of the Gazette AllStars Star of the Year Award. He was presented with it by Steven Croft and Mark Halstead.

James-Lee Robinson, winner of the Gazette AllStars Star of the Year Award. He was presented with it by Steven Croft and Mark Halstead.

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Fleetwood Town footballer James-Lee Robinson was named Star of the Year at our glittering AllStars Awards spectacular last night, writes ANDY MOORE.

Under-11s player James- Lee won the top accolade at a star-studded ceremony staged at Blackpool Sixth Form College, who organised the third annual AllStars Awards presentation night in conjunction with The Gazette.

AllStars is our Wednesday sports supplement devoted to junior and school sport, and the awards honour the achievements and dedication of people involved in youth sport across the Fylde coast.

Star of the year James- Lee also won the Endeavour Award for children of primary school age, impressing our distinguished panel of judges with his determination to pursue his passion for football despite much adversity.

The other 2013 AllStars Awards winners were as follows:

• Outstanding individual of primary school age: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu champion Rhianna Parker.

• Outstanding individual of secondary school age: World Dwarf Games archery medallist Jack Wilding.

• Team of the year of primary age: Blackpool Rangers Seasiders FC Under-10s.

• Team of the year of secondary age: Blackpool Cricket Club Under-17s.

• Coach of the year for primary age: Biathle coach Nicola Rowley.

• Coach of the year for secondary age: Pole vault coach Kevin Davies.

• Endeavour award for secondary age: Fleetwood Town footballer Liam Sharpe.

• Unsung hero of the year: Roger Garlick of Norcross Cricket Club.

For full coverage of the ceremony don’t miss next Wednesday’s AllStars.