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YOUTH FOOTBALL: Grantham Town youngsters united for awards night

Grantham Town under-13/18 prize presentation evening. Photo: Toby Roberts
Grantham Town under-13/18 prize presentation evening. Photo: Toby Roberts

Grantham Town under-13s and under-18s held a joint presentation night at the club’s Gingerbread bar and conference facility on Saturday night.

The under-13 parents’ player of the season went to Harry Pulfrey, whilst the most improved player accolade was awarded to Alfie Hardman.

Manager Andy Lambley’s player of the season award was given to Lewis Smith, and the players’ player went to Ollie Burton.

Under-18 manager Russ Cousins’ player of the year accolade was awarded to Oliver Ellis who was unavailable on the night, and so it was collected by Luke Johnson who was the recipient of the players’ player award.

Most improved player was Chris Hardy, with the award collected by his father in his absence.

Clubman of the year was awarded to Jake Towers.


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