First a huge thank you to everyone for making the club dinner and prize-giving on Saturday evening such a huge success.  A record turnout says it all and I hope the hangovers on Sunday morning were not too painful.  As always, the event does not happen by chance and Gaby Nusenbaum has once again pulled out all the stops to ensure everything went to plan and not a stone was left unturned with her meticulous preparation.  Thanks too to Rosh for sorting out the trophies and engraving and to Paul, Anna and Pam for their presentations on the evening.  In case you have forgotten if you won a trophy and are frantically looking around to see where you left it,  or wondered who won if you were not there, then the list of winners is below.

Ladies 1s player of the year – Clare Leadbitter (Byers)

Ladies 2s player of the year – Hannah Jones

Ladies 3s player of the year – Sam Cutler

Ladies 4s player of the year – Iona Boyle

Ladies 5s player of the year – Amelia Smith

Ladies 1s most improved – Lindsay Fowler

Ladies 1s top scorer – Clare Goacher Jones

Ladies most improved – Katy Gannon

Eileen Clark Trophy (biggest contribution to ladies section – The Blyth Family

Congeniality Award – Emily Harley

Pam Hardaker Trophy for service to the juniors – Ash Hardaker and Anna Shields

Oliver Buswell trophy (biggest contribution to junior section) – Sholto Rowe

Mens most improved – Ed Crocker

Mens best goalkeeper – Andy Miles

Mens top scorer – Damian Greig

Mens long service – Tony Akroyd

Mens section biggest contribution – Rich Bingham

Umpire of the year – Richard Poll

Fantasy League wooden spoon – Andy Boag

Ladies team of the year – Ladies 4s

Mens team of the year – Mens 4s

Club team of the year – Mens 1s

The show now rolls on to the YHA dinner on Friday night in Wakefield and then the EH Awards dinner in Reading the weekend after when the mens 1s and 4s are able to receive wider recognition for their league victories this season.