Estover Park Youth FC hold fourth annual presentation evening

PUBLISHED: 11:35 29 June 2011

Estover Park Youth FC held their 4th Annual Presentation evening at the United Services Club in March.

Estover Park Youth FC held their 4th Annual Presentation evening at the United Services Club in March.


ESTOVER Park Youth FC held their fourth annual presentation evening at the United Services Club in March.

The club’s five teams enjoyed a fine season with the under-13 girls finishing third in the Fenland League and reaching the semi-finals of the league cup. The under-11 boys finished runners-up in their league.

The presentation was followed by a disco and a raffle. The club is keen to add further teams to its set-up and are looking for a new manager for next season’s under-17s boys team. Contact chairman Alex Neal on 07506869257 or secretary Rob Mitchell on 07818432882 for more information.

• Visit our website for more from the awards night.


Under-16s boys

Manager’s Players of the Year - Kai Scott-Henson and Kieran Warrener

Most Improved - Nick Jackson

Players’ Player - James Willmott

Sponsors’ Player - Ashley Impey

Under-14s girls

Manager’s Player - Emma Searle

Most Improved - Sydney Davis

Players’ Player - Dani Westgate

Parents’ Player - Meg Rooney

Top Scorer - Zoe Birch

Team Player - Rhianna Butler

Under-14s boys

Manager’s Player - Adam Escott

Most Improved - Aaron Elmore

Parents and Players’ Player - Jake Stacey

Under-13s Girls

Manager’s Player - Danielle Green

Most Improved - Jessica Harvey

Players’ Player - Maddy Garner

Parents’ Player - Erin Powell

Hero Award - Laura Garner


Manager’s Player - Brooklyn Gray

Most Improved Player - Harvey Darville

Players’ Player - Kyle Nosworthy

Parents’ Player - Callum Kirby

Top Scorer - Garrison Asher

Best Trainer - Brandon Pearce

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