Everyone’s a winner, folks!
SOHAM Town Colts Football Club presented all their players with medals and certificates at all age groups at their end of season party. Each coach then awarded trophies for players player, (voted by their team mates), most improved player and sportsman (
SOHAM Town Colts Football Club presented all their players with medals and certificates at all age groups at their end of season party. Each coach then awarded trophies for players' player, (voted by their team mates), most improved player and sportsman (awarded to the player who shows most commitment in training and matches).
The club were pleased to welcome David Llewellyn, football development officer for Cambridgeshire FA, who presented the awards.
Players' players of the year, were Robert Fretwell (U7), Daniel Hobbs (U8), Joseph Langley (U9G), Matthew Fretwell (U9b), Alex Knox-Hooke (U10), Jez Marshall (U11), Ross Pears (U12), Joshua Heaps (U13), Ross Coombes (U15), Chris Noakes (U16).
Most improved player: Thomas Duncan (U7), Joe Cooper(U8), Connor Cotterill (U9G), Matthew Hewitt (U9B), Benji Webster-Ward (U10), Aston Pears (U11), Sam Norton (U12), Joel Frey (U13), Craig Armstrong (U15), Steve Lambert (U16).
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Sportsman: Ged Montana (U7), Conan Isaacson (U8), Jordan Edwards (U9G), Jordan Turpin (U9B), Scott Grainger (U10), Alex Kathro (U11), Terry Bull (U12), Charlie Wills (U13), Jake Fuller (U15), Matt Watters (U16).
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