Packet Sport is giving readers the chance to vote for their favourite sporting stories of 2019.

It has been another excellent year for local sport in west Cornwall, and this is your chance to give the Duchy's sporting stars the recognition their achievements deserve.

Last up is the Achievement of the Year award. Here are the ten nominees, with instructions on how to vote for your favourite at the foot of the page.

Falmouth Town win Cornwall Senior Cup

Falmouth Town ended a 22-year wait to lift the top prize in Cornish football in April. Andrew Westgarth's side defeated Looe Town, St Dennis, Polperro, Launceston, St Austell and Saltash United on their way to the title.

READ MORE: Ward's header hands Town their first Senior Cup title for 22 years

Helston Athletic under-18s reach first round of FA Youth Cup

Helston's youngsters made Cornish football history this year when they reached the national first round proper of the FA Youth Cup. Martyn Daughtery and Stu Giles' boys defeated Longwell Green Sports, Street, Brislington and Brockenhurst, before losing to EFL League 2 side Forest Green Rovers.

READ MORE: Young Blues score eight to reach first round proper of FA Youth Cup for first time ever

Wendron United reach Senior Cup semi-finals

While Falmouth were ending their own Senior Cup drought, Wendron United were qualifying for the semi-finals of the tournament for the first time in their history. They defeated Lizard Argyle, Bude Town, St Stephens Borough and local rivals Porthleven, before bowing out to defending champions Saltash United in the final four.

Their historic semi-final tie took on added significance after club chairman Kevin Williamson died following their quarter-final victory.

READ MORE: Wendron beat local rivals to reach first-ever Senior Cup semi-final

Penryn RFC win Cornwall/Devon League

Penryn brushed off the disappointment of their agonising failure to win promotion in 2018 in the best way possible last season, as the Borough battled their way to the Cornwall/Devon League title to seal promotion end a a three-year absence from Western Counties West.

READ MORE: Borough secure return to Western Counties after three-year absence

Rhys Enoch wins first Challenge Tour title

It was something of a breakthrough year for golfer Rhys Enoch, who sealed his maiden Challenge Tour title in July. Truro-born Enoch shot a four-under-par final round in the D+D REAL Slovakia Challenge at the Penati Golf Resort to finish 18-under-par across the four rounds and win by one stroke, earning the biggest payday of his career in the process.

READ MORE: Truro golfer wins maiden Challenge Tour title​

Penzance CC win quadruple

Penzance's cricketers conquered all before them this year on their way to a fantastic quadruple of titles, winning the inaugural Tribute T20 Kernow Crash, Vinter Cup and WT Edwards Cup, before sealing their first-ever Cornwall Premier League crown.

READ MORE: Penzance seal first-ever Premier League crown with 146-run victory

Emily Toy wins British Women's Amateur Championship

Golfer Emily Toy won the Women's British Amateur title at Royal County Down in Northern Ireland in June – the highest honour in the European amateur game. An 18th-placed finish after two rounds saw her comfortably qualify inside the top 64 for the match play stages, during which she won six matches to seal the title.

READ MORE: Cornish golfer Emily wins biggest honour in European amateur golf

Kaiden Symons wins Western Counties boxing crown

Falmouth & Penryn Amateur Boxing Club's Kaiden Symons created history this year, becoming the first boxer from Falmouth to be crowned Western Counties champion in more than 20 years, defeating Barton Hill's Terrell Morris to win the cruiserweight title in the Western Counties finals of the national championships.

READ MORE:​ Boxer becomes first Falmouth man to win Western Counties title in more than 20 years

Ryan Reeve wins Combination League golden boot

Penryn Athletic striker Ryan Reeve had another season to remember, scoring 40 goals in 36 games to propel Harry Pope's side to within a whisker of the league title, missing out by just two points. Reeve contributed just under a third of his side's total goals for the season and weighed in with three hat-tricks, as well as one four-goal haul and one six-goal haul.

READ MORE: Ryan scores 40 goals as Penryn fall agonisingly short

Cornwall rugby team win County Championship

Cornwall bounced back from an awful 2018 County Championship campaign in the most wonderful of fashions, winning each of their four matches in 2019 to win the tournament. The Black and Gold beat Kent, Hertfordshire and Devon to set up a trip to Twickenham for the showpiece match against Cheshire, whom they beat 14-12.

READ MORE: Cornwall score astonishing injury-time try to land sixth County crown

Please cast your vote for Achievement of the Year in only ONE of the two polls below:​

POLL: Vote for your Sports Team of the Year

POLL: Vote for your Sporting Moment of the Year

POLL: Vote for your Sportsperson of the Year