FOOTBALL: Craig Gillies nets four awards at Chatteris Town’s end-of-season bash

PUBLISHED: 16:10 16 May 2017 | UPDATED: 16:10 16 May 2017

Chatteris Town striker Craig Gillies accepts one of his four awards from director of football, Lester Kent. PHOTO: Chatteris Town FC

Chatteris Town striker Craig Gillies accepts one of his four awards from director of football, Lester Kent. PHOTO: Chatteris Town FC

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Striker Craig Gillies scooped four awards at Chatteris Town’s end-of-season-presentation night last Friday.

The Lilies hot-shot netted 38 goals in as many games last season, earning him the top scorer, club top scorer, supporter’s player of the season and first team’s player of the season awards.

Stuart Porter was named as manager Ashley Taylor’s player of the season, and there were also awards for reserve, A team and B team players Gio Mandato, Robert Gowler, Matthew Walshe, James Bradshaw, Matthew Eggleton, Josh Brittin and James Harness.

The club’s first team, which finished their 2016/17 Kershaw Premier Division campaign in fifth, is also still on the hunt for a manager to replace Taylor, who is to become director of football.

If you are interested in the position, call 07792 857015.

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