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Shadwell reflect on season

PUBLISHED: 09:20 27 May 2009 | UPDATED: 21:34 07 July 2010

Steven Davies deservedly picked up the Shadwell FC HRGO-sponsored team player award.

It was for his flexibility and attitude in playing in a number of positions for the team where he put in solid displays and got on with the job in hand without any problems even though it may not have been his preferred position.

Steven Davies deservedly picked up the Shadwell FC HRGO-sponsored team player award.

It was for his flexibility and attitude in playing in a number of positions for the team where he put in solid displays and got on with the job in hand without any problems even though it may not have been his preferred position.

Shadwell ended their three years in the Breckland and District Sunday Football League winning Division Two in their first season which saw them end the season unbeaten in the league although they did get beaten in two cup semi-finals that year.

Their second season saw them runners-up in Division One just behind Green Dragon although they did gain some revenge by beating the same team in the League KO Florida Cup 2-1 and becoming the new holders.

This season saw them again come runners-up in Division One and saw them runners-up in the League KO Cup.

Shadwell would firstly like to thank HRGO for their kindness in sponsoring this trophy and also to the Deers Leap for putting on food after every game for the players.

Shadwell FC Awards - Manager's player Alyn Rourke, player's player Steven Davies, most improved player of the year Mark Dean, best attitude Matthew Catchpole, HRGO sponsored team player Steven Davies, supporter's player Steven Davies, unsung hero Mark Snowdon, young player of the year Jack Denniss, top goal scorer James Dean (32), clubman of the year: Ron Lott.

Steven Davies is pictured receiving his award from Shadwell manager and HRGO Thetford manager Matt Spencer.


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