Results proved it was an outstanding season for Crediton Youth Football Club

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Sunday 17th July 2022 6:32 am
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U9 Girls with Harry Kite from Exeter City FC and Jess Sandland from Exeter City FC Ladies.

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CREDITON Youth Football Club was delighted to be able to once again hold its annual end of season presentation events.

The decision to move the event pitchside on the main pitch at Lords Meadow on a hot sunny day, was voted a great success by all who attended.

Club Chairman Adrian Harvey opened each of the three sessions with a brief run down of the season and also mentioned many of the upcoming projects down at Lords Meadow, and that U18’s football would be returning to the club again next season.

He thanked everyone for all their support during the covid times, especially the covid committee members who worked extremely hard to get the return of football for the players.

Overall it had been an outstanding season for the club results wise.  Also membership had returned to just under 300 members. But most importantly it had seen the first full season of football since the 2018-19 season.

Participation trophies and medals were handed out to all players by their coaches, and Harry Kite from Exeter City presented the individual age group awards.

Simon Stevens presented the Roche Cup for the best overall contribution/achievement to the U12’s for their fine season, which saw them finish as League and Cup winners.

The Chairman’s award went to Steve Lethbridge in recognition for all the hard work he had put in running both the U13 girls and U15 boys sides.

Matt Norman presented the Vice Chairman’s award to Richard Philp for his outstanding contribution to the club. Richard is always one of the first to volunteer for any tasks, and helps out with two age groups as well.

The club person of the season went jointly to Martin and Sally Anne Daniel for all the hard work they put in behind the scenes and especially their contribution to the annual tournament.

Award Winners

U9’s - Coaches Player - Ollie Dallyn, Most Improved - Jacob Harling and Riley Houghton, Parents Player - Will Manns, Players Player - Joseph Charlesworth, Team Player - Jacob Jones and EDYL Player of the Season - Finn Moore and Toby Camp.

U10’s - Coaches Player - Ryan Ebdy, Most Improved - Brody Brookes, Parents Player - Jayden Saunders, Players Player - Oliver Brimilcombe, Team Player - Isaac Heal and EDYL - Ryan Ebdy.

U11’s - Coaches Player - Will Hopkins, Most Improved - Ethan Moore, Parents Player - Josh Poole, Players Player - Will Hopkins, Team Player/Best Trainer - Josh Poole and EDYL - Hayden Richardson-Miller.

U12’s - Coaches Player - Jake Tapp, Most Improved - Joseph Walters, Parents Player - Jake Stagg, Players Player - Billy Dymond, Top Goal Scorer - Seb Roche and EDYL - Jake Stagg.

U13’s - Coaches Player - Ollie Harris, Players Player - Rhys Ebdy, Team Player - Zach Mildon and EDYL - Rhys Ebdy.

U14’s - Coaches Player - Joe Betts, Most Improved - Joe Bridgeman, Parents Player - Joe Betts, Players Player - Frankie Mason and EDYL - Alfie Poole.

U15’s - Coaches Player - Henry Brazier-Armir, Most Improved - Seth Hopkins, Parents Player - Owen Jones, Players Player - Louis Garnsworthy, Team Player - Ben Harvey and EDYL - Harry Welsh.

U16’s - Coaches Player - Sam Easton, Parents Player - Pete Luxmore, Players Player - Kieran Crump, Team Player - Gabriel James and EDYL - Reece Burnison.

U11 Girls - Coaches Player - Alexis Mullen, Most Improved - Lucy Budd, Parents Player - Gracie Pugsley, Players Player - Helena Sylla, Team Player - Gracie Clements and Top Goal Scorer - Gracie Clements.

U13 Girls - Coaches Player - Chloe Curtis, Most Improved - Amelia Duffin, Parents Player - Martha Botherton, Players Player - Anya Britnell and Team Player - Abbie Carthew.

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