Ann, who has been involved with Paralympic Archery since 1985, was described as a "vital cog" in the running of Archery GB and helped oversee Para Archery's transfer from the remit of the International Paralympic Committee to the International Archery Federation. She is treasurer of the British Wheelchair Archery Association and helps run events all over the country while still playing a key role in in her club.
She was nominated by Archery GB which said: "would like to thank her for all of the hard work and enthusiasm she has brought to the sport and the archery community.
Roger Rees Evans was also nominated by British Blind Sport for his services to archery over the past 20 years.
It said he was the main driving force behind two major championships each year, describing him as: "an unassuming man, always on hand to support anyone.
"He has great experience as an archer where he excels. Given that he is totally blind himself, this is no mean feat. His impairment does not stop him and he demonstrates to others with disabilities how much is possible.
"Roger has given over 6,000 of his time to the organisation and its members and they feel truly lucky to have him."
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