Perry is nominated for the Athlete of the Year Award, while Sawyer is in contention for the Coach of the Year Award.
Perry and Sawyer were at the helm as the Sixers won 11 of their 16 matches en route to their first WBBL Championship last season, defeating the Perth Scorchers by 7 runs in the final.
The inaugural NSW Champions of Sport Ceremony recognises achievements of excellence from athletes and coaches across 30 different sports.
Perry is up against Jessica Fox (paddle), Rihianna Iffland (diving), Jake Lynch (surf life saving), Alison Sharpe (croquet), Dani Stevens (athletics), and Simaima Taufa (rugby league) in the Athlete of the Year category.
Sawyer faces competition from Graham Arnold (football), Murray Elbourn (goalball), Julie Fitzgerald (netball), Glen Hall (surfing) and Peter Landrebe (croquet).
The NSW Champions of Sport Ceremony will be held on Monday, November 27 at Rosehill Gardens.