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Brandon Youth go Dutch and do the club proud

PUBLISHED: 18:49 18 June 2015 | UPDATED: 18:49 18 June 2015

More than 50 youngsters took part in Brandon Town Youths tour to Holland.

More than 50 youngsters took part in Brandon Town Youths tour to Holland.

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The May half-term saw Brandon Town Youth FC’s third annual trip to Holland.

Months of planning culminated in the club taking over 50 of the club’s children to Holland for four days, just over the Belgian border at De Vosermeren and travelling into Holland to play against one of the country’s best development football clubs – Unitas.

As well as two fantastic games of football at Unitas for each of the four teams taken, a guided tour of PSV Eindhoven’s awe-inspiring stadium was also included

At the end of the tour, the results were tied – with four games each to Brandon and Unitas.

A huge thank you goes to all of those responsible for organising this fantastic trip as well to each and every one of those who went.

n The club also held its presentation day recently. Every player in every age group was presented with a trophy by their manager to thank them for their hard work and efforts throughout the season.

Individual awards were also given out to the following:

Saturday Soccer

Most Improved: Beau King.

U7: Most Improved Edward Atkins & Alfie Tuffs. Players Player: Finlay Corke. Player of the Year: Bobby Wright.

U8: Most Improved: Callum Wing. Players Player: Owen Kruse. Player of the Year: Daniel Clouston.

U9: Most Improved: Megan Stuart. Players Player: Harry Garner. Player of the Year: Bobby Barnes.

U10: Most Improved: Gabriel Brimmer. Players Player: Kyle Austin. Player of the Year: William Martin.

U12 Girls: Most Improved: Abi Finch. Players Player: Rebecca Towler.

U11/12: Most Improved: Ben Rogers. Players Player: Daron Bouttle. Player of the Year: James Lockwood.

U13: Most Improved: Haaris Khan & Luca Morley. Players Player: George Elliston. Player of the Year: Luke Corbyn.

U14 Girls: Most Improved: Alisha Spurling & Abi Clark. Golden Boot: Georgia Reardon. Players Player: Louise Kennedy. Player of the Year: Lene Winstone.

U15 Girls: Most Improved: Orla Jewby. Players Player: Emily Grant. Player of the Year: Ruby Robertson.

U15: Most Improved: Ethan Frewer & Harry Roberts. Players Player: Kyle Elrick. Player of the Year; Clayton Waites.

U16 Girls: Most Improved: Katie Amacker. Golden Boot; Georgia Dargan. Players Player: Chloe Slater. Player of the Year; Ciona Giles & Ruby Robertson.

U16: Most Improved: Ethan Cash. Players Player: George Bane. Player of the Year.: Charlie Goodchild.

T20: Golden Boot: Joe Allen. Players Player; Ryan Day. Player of the Year. Jake Bogle & Charlie Stroud.

Ladies: Golden Boot: Tiff Forshaw. Players Player: Brooke Wickens. Player of the Year: Frankie Torrance.

Special Awards

George Todd Trophy: Ruby Robertson

Martin Chappell Shield: Harry Rampley

Extra Time Trophy: Jason Wing.

Mini Clubman: Reid Cox

Junior Clubman: Teddy Webber

Senior Clubman: Georgia O’Malley

The club are actively seeking boys and girls to join them for the 2015/2016 season in all age groups.

If you or someone you know may be interested in playing for the club or joining the coaching team, please contact our chairman Gary Rampley on 07716 188800.


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