Times and NoW double for Samuel in sport awards

By James Batty
The shortlist for the British Sports Journalism Awards has been unveiled.
Martin Samuel has achieved a rare
broadsheet/tabloid double after being nominated in the Sports Columnist
of the Year category for his work on The Times and the News of the
The awards, organised by the Sports Journalists’
Association of Great Britain and supported by UK Sport, will be held on
Monday 7 at the Radisson Hotel, London.
The full shortlist is:
Sports Columnist of the Year
Martin Samuel (The Times)
Patrick Collins (Mail on Sunday)
Hugh McIlvanney (Sunday Times)
Patrick Barclay (Sunday Telegraph)
Richard Williams (Guardian)
Martin Samuel (News of the World)
Olympic Writer
Richard Williams (Guardian)
Simon Barnes (Times)
Ian Chadband (Evening Standard)
Paul Hayward (Daily Telegraph)
Duncan Mackay (The Guardian)
Sue Mott (Daily Telegraph)
Sports News Reporter
Mihir Bose (Daily Telegraph)
David Conn (Independent)
Malcolm Folley (Mail on Sunday)
Paul Kelso (Guardian)
Darren Lewis (Daily Mirror)
Charles Sale (Daily Mail)
Sports Feature Writer
Patrick Collins (Mail on Sunday)
Matthew Engel (Financial Times)
Andrew Longmore (Sunday Times)
Donald McRae (Guardian)
David Walsh (Sunday Times)
Richard Williams (Guardian)
Specialist Correspondent
Matt Dickinson (Times)
Alastair Down (Racing Post)
Rob Draper (Mail on Sunday)
Derek Lawrenson (Daily Mail)
Dave Maddock (Daily Mirror)
Henry Winter (Daily Telegraph)
Sports Interviewer
Clare Balding (Observer)
Alison Kervin (Sunday Times)
Paul Kimmage (Sunday Times)
Donald McRae (Guardian)
Sue Mott (Telegraph)
Sports Diarist
Steve Anglesey (Mirror)
Alan Hubbard (Independent on Sunday)
Ashling O’Connor (Times)
Charles Sale (Daily Mail)
Sports Story
Matthew Bayley (Daily Mail) for the Sean Long Rugby League betting scandal
Harry Harris (Daily Express) for the Malcolm Glazer takeover of Manchester United
Duncan MacKay (Observer), first to expose the Greek athletics drug cheats
Jeff Powell (Daily Mail) for the Clive Woodward resignation scoop
Paul Smith (Sunday Mirror) for revealing Wayne Rooney’s transfer from Everton to Manchester United in February
Sports Team
Daily Telegraph (Euro 2004)
Sunday Times (Olympics)
Times (Clay-Liston 40th anniversary supplement)
Times (Ayrton Senna 10th anniversary supplement)
Regional Sports Journalist
John Gibson (Newcastle Chronicle)
Danny Hall (Western Daily Press)
David Prior (Liverpool Daily Post)
Phil Rostron (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Jeremy Wilson (Southern Echo).
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