Clevedon United presentations
PUBLISHED: 14:52 01 June 2011
Clevedon United Junior Football Club annual presentations.
CLEVEDON United Junior Football Club held their annual presentation day recently.
The day started off with their traditional game of the Under-16s against the parents and club managers which the youngsters won 6-5.
The club has a massive 16 teams with 300 players receiving trophies. Due to the amount of teams and players the day was split into two, with the younger teams having their trophies in the afternoon and the older players having theirs in the evening.
Clevedon had a special person presenting their trophies a former player of the club who is now a professional at Birmingham City Jack Butland. Jack played for the club as a junior before spotted by Birmingham Academy. He has gone on to represent England at youth levels and all the players and the club really enjoyed him being there.
All the players received a trophy and below are the trophy winners of the main awards for the age groups.
Under-16s - manager’s player: Ben Keen; players player: Andy Payne; most improved: Dan Jones. Under-15s: Jake Llewellyn; Jake Llewellyn; Felix James. Under-14s: Warren Taylor; Dan Haskell; Joe Taylor. Under-13s: Adam Sandy; Harry Clemetson and Callum Dunn; Josh Turner. Under-12s: Mitch Probert; Elliot Nicholson; Billy Kite.
Under-12 Youth: Matt Smith; Sam Downe; Ben Thompson. Under-11 United: Daniel Hearn; Billy Blackall; Joe Ritchie. Under-11 Youth: Harvey Wintle; Scott Shephard; Jason Loach.
Under-10 A team: Scott Ford and Liam Smallwood; Thomas Warren. B team: Jordan Williams; Beth Barzotelli. A&B most improved: Mackenzie Poulter. Under-10 youth:
Manager’s players – A team: Caleb Selway; B team: Oliver Jenkins. Players’ player (A): Fraser Linnitt; (B): Luke Palmer; most improved: Sam Mitchard.
Under-9s United Lions: Jack Thorne; Billy Lye. Tigers: Rhodri Lewis; Thomas Downe; most improved: Jonah Murray. Under-9 Colts: Joe Wynne; Sam Lewis; Rhys Cuningham.
Under-13 girls: Laura Hearn; Letaasi Lucas; Crystal Stokes.
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