Updated: Vote for Hull's Professional Moment of the Year in Sporting Champions Awards
You can decide which of Hull's top clubs wins Professional Moment of the Year at the Mail's Sporting Champions Awards.
Scroll down to watch all four outstanding moments on our shortlist on video.
The city's professional sporting clubs continue to provide outstanding moments and memories for fans – and for that reason, the Mail has teamed up with KC to leave the category open to a public vote.
Votes can be submitted on KC's website. The deadline is midnight on Sunday, November 4.
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Yeaman takes Hull FC top with spectacular derby score
Hull FC claimed the bragging rights and temporarily went top of Super League with an impressive 36-6 win over Hull KR at the KC Stadium.
The Black and Whites ran in six tries, but it was the one scored by Hull-born Kirk Yeaman which will be long remembered. Already leading 20-6, Hull spread the ball left to right, and then back across the field and through numerous pairs of hands as they broke 70 metres for Yeaman to score.
Hodgson wins derby for Hull KR in dramatic style
Hull KR looked destined for a second derby defeat of the season as the clocked ticked down at the Magic Weekend. However, with nothing to lose they spread the ball left and with a deft flick from Shannon McDonnell, Kris Welham was set free.
A pass out to Dave Hodgson left him 60 metres from the Hull line, but side steps to beat Brett Seymour and then Will Sharp left a clear path to the line to send the KR fans delirious.
Stingrays shock the Steelers
The Stingrays were supposed to have no hope of reaching the Elite League play-off semi-finals, but pulled off one of the biggest play-off shocks in ice hockey history by beating big-budget Sheffield Steelers.
Having drawn the first leg 2-2 in Hull, Steelers started red-hot favourites on their home ice but Stingrays booked their play-off semi-final place against Nottingham with a 5-2 away win.
Hull City's Koren sends Pearson packing
Just weeks after deserting the Tigers to take a job back at former club Leicester, Nigel Pearson was sent home empty handed, thanks to the brilliance of Robert Koren.
With the score at 1-1, Koren stepped up with a spectacular finish from 20 yards out. As Pearson's shoulders sank, jubilation filled the KC.
To vote, visit www.kc.co.uk/peopleschoice and follow the instructions.
Tickets on sale
INSPIRATIONAL stars from across the region have been identified and shortlisted for the Mail’s Sporting Champions Awards 2012.
A judging panel, including the likes of Olympic finalist Alex Smith and Hull FC legend Johnny Whiteley, spent eight hours deliberating over more than 130 entries for the awards.
Now, the countdown is on to a glittering awards night at the KC Stadium on Thursday, November 8.
You can be there to see your teammate or club crowned a Sporting Champion as tickets for the night are on sale.
Costing just £5 per person, guests will be able to mingle with stars from Hull City, Hull FC, Hull KR and Rapid Solicitors Hull Stingrays.
Olympic gold medallist Luke Campbell, and hammer finalist Alex Smith, will present awards and sign autographs, as will Hull-born FC stars Danny Houghton and Kirk Yeaman, and rivals from KR Kris Welham and Josh Hodgson.
They will be joined by Hull Stingrays coach Sylvain Cloutier and defenceman Jeff Smith, as well as stars from Hull City.
The night, compared by Mail editor Neil Hodgkinson, will also include a keynote speech from Hull FC director of rugby Shaun McRae.
Shortlisted teams and individuals will be contacted with details and tickets for a VIP welcome reception this week.
Others can book tickets today by calling the booking line (open Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm) on (01482) 315275.
Doors on the night will open at 6.45pm with the awards event running from 7.15pm – 10pm.