City legends present Nailsea awards

PUBLISHED: 14:25 25 May 2011

Nailsea JFC winners.

Nailsea JFC winners.


NAILSEA Junior Football Club were lucky enough to have two Bristol City legends presenting awards at their annual presentation evening.

Louis Carey and Keith Millen did a fantastic job of handing out the trophies to the star struck players. They also stayed behind afterwards signing programmes and posing for photographs. Not only that, Micky Bell another City player was in the audience watching his son, Sam Bell pick up a few awards including overall NJFC Superskills winner.

It was fantastic to see so many parents, players and family attend along with life members Ken Vick and Nick and Tracy Kingdom. Unfortunately, there was no one present from Nailsea Town Council to present their award to our Woodspring Secretary Dayne Fisher who was voted for by other NJFC committee members.

Award winners: Under-7s United and Athletic: All got trophies from manager Ryan King. Under-9s United A team: players’ player: Sean Evans; manager’s player: Ross Sharp; most improved: Ozzy Cogan; clubman: Sam Bell; Superskills: Sam Bell. B team: Callum Georgiou; Callum Forbes; Jay Jacobs; Jack Thomas.

Under-9s Athletic A team: Will Foster; Jack Wilkinson; Jude Balshaw; Elliot Greening; Jack Bidgood. B team: James Havill; Ben Lewis; Callum Parsons; William Bellotti; Daniel MacGillivray.

Under-10s United A team: Ben Cowman; Nat Pinkney; Lewis Adams-Hoon; Jordan Freer; 
Jordan Freer. B team: Ben Watts; James Harris; Joel Carnton; Finlay Williams; Ben Tooth.
 Under-10s Athletic A team: Reece Pippen; Will Symonds; Joel Wilkins; Henry Symonds; Adam Van Klei. B team: Dan Seager; Dan Seager; 
Jackson Salisbury; Ben Falkinder; Will Elliott.

Under-11s United: Leon Osbourne; Bradley Cogan; Harry Cook; Ben Cleaves; Ollie Briggs. Under-11s Athletic: Harrison Hewitt; Sam Johnson; Sam Himsworth; Tom Limbrick; Harrison Hewitt.

Under-12s United: Josh Allen; Jamie Whitfield; Ryan Evans; Jamie Hibbs; Jamie Whitfield. Under-12s Athletic: Winners of the Brian Boulter Sporting Achievement Award. Liam Strawford; Oliver Cattermole; Luke Ashworth; Oliver Bagnall; Dan Rochford

Under-13s Athletic: Henry; Lewis; James H; Will; Dan. Under-15s United: Josh Ramella; Robbie Attwood; Josh Dann; Scott Fisher; Josh Ramella.

Nailsea Under-10s and 12s are looking for players for the forthcoming season. Anyone interested and currently in year 5 or year 7 please contact Emma on 07766 913070 for more information.

YATTON Athletic Under-11s took part in the Scott Murray Tournament at Ashton Gate and came away champions.

The squad consisting of Chandler Kowalskie, Adam Milward, Sol Prewitt Martin, Lucas 
Mortimer, Sam Starr, Lucas Finnegan, Ben 
Bushell, Hugh Croucher-Jones and captain George Frost played excellent football.

They won the first game 3-2 against Hallen Juniors, the second 10-0 against Quedgeley Wanderers and the third 6-0 against Kewstoke to secure the victory.

CONGRESBURY Under-10s took part in the 
annual Aller Park Cup in Somerton and returned with the cup.

With 25 teams entered into the group, it looked set to be a tough day of football.

From the start, ’Bury showed their intentions with a great show of their passing and goals from Jay Murray (6), Brandon Tolley (5), Jake Flevell (3), Reece Ferguson and Lewis Neal.

There was solid defending from Dan Sturman and some great saves, including a penalty, from keeper Chris Beddingfield.

After battling through the five games in the group stages, they went on to play the quarter and semi-finals, winning both games 1-0 to send them into the final against South Cherition.

Congresbury started strongly from the start and a great finish from Tolley saw them 1-0 up, shortly followed by a great assist from Flavell with Murray’s great finish to win the final 2-0.

SWISS Valley Rangers Under-12s drew 3-3 against Isle of Wedmore in a hard fought friendly.

Wedmore went into the break three goals to the good. Valley’s usual keeper Aiden Colston, switched with defender Liam Moore for the match, with both lads putting in a great performance.

Hotshot Lewis Torrington grabbed one back for Valley early in the second half, which saw striker Brad Mundy in fine form netting twice.

Man of the match was reserved for Oscar Livesey, who worked tirelessly throughout.

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