The 4 main Club awards were presented at the Club’s November meeting at Cheslyn Hay WMC last Monday 16th.

We were delighted to welcome the families of the 3 trophies named after 2 players and a parent who sadly lost their lives whilst with the club and also the donors of the other trophy.

Pictured below is Carol and Fred Harrison, parents of Matt Harrison, who presented the Matt Harrison Memorial Trophy to the 2009 Club Team of the Year, Girls Under 12s Panthers.

Girls 12s with award 09

Pictured below is Sheila and Mac Walmsley who presented the Walmsley Endeavour trophy to the 2009 Endeavour Team of the Year, Under 12s Tigers.

12s Tigers with Award 09

Pictured below is Andy Stoddard and his sons who presented the Jo Stoddart Memorial Clubperson of the Year award to Jacqui Parfitt.

Jacqui with Award 09

Pictured below is Bryn Young who presented the Ben Young Memorial Club Player of the Year trophy to Leanne Mitchell.

Leanne with Award 09

We thanks all the award presenters for giving up their evening for the presentation and our congratulations go to all the winners.

2 comments for this article:
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    THANK YOU so much for the CLUBPERSON AWARD. When you look around and see the amount of work done by so many people at this Club, it’s an honour to be nominated let alone to win the award. It was lovely to meet Andy and his lovely sons. The academy is all about introducing players to the Club and it was great to create 2 under 7’s teams for this season. Things are looking good for creating another 2 for season 10/11.. THANK YOU AGAIN xx

  2. avatar
    Keith Hardy (Chairman)

    Jacqui – as you say there are so many people within this club whose efforts go unnoticed. It’s the total effort that makes this club the best. To be nominated and then win the award must mean that you have made a tremendous contribution to the biggest and the best club in Staffordshire. Well done!

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