Annual Main Trophy awards decided!

by on Oct.19, 2016, under Awards, Girls Under 12s Belles 16/17, Under 12s Rangers 16/17, Under 14s Panthers 16/17

At the Managers’ Meeting on Monday the committee and teams voted for the 4 main club awards. These went to: – Team of the Year – Under 11s (15/16) Rangers Endeavour Team of the Year – Under 11s (15/16) Girls Belles Club Player of the Year – Jack Turner (Under 13s 15/16 Panthers) Clubman of […]

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2014/15 Club Main awards presented.

by on Nov.17, 2015, under Awards, Girls Under 10s Panthers 16/17, Girls Under 12s Panthers 16/17, Sunday Team 16/17

The 4 main club awards were presented last night at the monthly Manager’s meeting. The Matt Harrison Memorial Shield for Team of the Year went to Under 11s Panthers Girls. The Walmsley Endeavour Shield was presented by Roger and Suzanne Walmsley to our u16s Panthers boys. the Jo Stoddart Memorial Clubman of the Year Shield […]

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Staffordshire Community Club of the Year!

by on Nov.04, 2015, under Awards

The Club received fantastic recognition tonight at the Sport Across Staffordshire and Stoke On Trent annual Community Sports Awards. The Club was awarded the Community Club of the Year Award. This is amazing news as we were up against clubs in all sports – not just football! Congratulations go to every volunteer within our Club! […]

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Club Main Trophy Winners 2015

by on Oct.20, 2015, under Awards

The club managers and committee voted the following the winners of the Club Main Trophies for 2014/15 season: – The Matt Harrison Memorial Team of the Year – Under 11s Panthers Girls The Ben Young Memorial Club Player of the Year – Scarlett Mitchell The Walmsley Endeavour Award – Under 16s Panthers The Jo Stoddart […]

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