Quentin Letts was named commentator of the year what’s more, Sportsmail’s Andy Hooper won sports picture taker of the year.
Judges depicted Letts as ‘a marvel continuously out there walking theatreland, productive what’s more, exceedingly entertaining’.
Winners: Quentin Letts, left, what’s more, Andy Hooper
It was his second win in two years, as our political draw author what’s more, theater commentator was named political writer of the year in 2009’s awards. Hooper, the Mail’s boss sports photographer, won adulate for his ‘tremendous portfolio’.
The judges singled out his picture of sprinter Dwain Chambers, saying: ‘ Remarkable photograph of Chambers that tells a story so eloquently.’
It was Hooper’s second win in the classification in three years.
Richard Pendlebury’s work for the Mail was ‘highly commended’ in the include author what’s more, remote journalist classes at the occasion at Grosvenor House Inn in London.
The Mail’s boss sports author Martin Samuel what’s more, writer Craig Dark colored were moreover exceedingly commended.