Player Awards 2015-16

Fenstanton FC Player Awards 2015-16 - Left to right - Dion Lee, Ben Fuller, Darren Bryant, Ben Hall

Left to right – Dion Lee, Ben Fuller, Darren Bryant, Ben Hall

On Saturday 14th May, we held our annual end of season party at Revolution in Cambridge, where we also announced the winners of the Player’s Player of the Season and the Manager’s Player of the Season awards, along with a couple of other awards.

Top Goal Scorer – New to the club this season after transferring from Great Paxton, Ben Hall made his mark at the club by scoring 30 goals in 28 games and also capping the season off by being top scorer of the Cambs League Division 2B. Ben’s goals definitely helped with our promotion to 1B so let’s hope he is here next season to help us climb the charts even more!

Player’s Player – Dion “General” Lee has been a huge influence this season. The midfielder has delivered some great set pieces that the forward players have converted to goals, and also found the net twice himself. But it was his commanding presence in the middle of the park that earned the votes from his colleagues and taking home the Player’s Player trophy.

Manager’s Player – Veteran Ben Fuller has played in almost every position this season. A regular in the First Team that folded earlier this season, Ben decided to stay and play for the old Reserve Team in Division 2B scoring 16 goals in 22 games. For Ben’s commitment, effort and post-match food reviews, Manager Adam Buckingham decided to award Ben the Manager’s Player trophy.

Goal of the Season – Not only did Ben Hall score lots of goals, but he also scored some great goals! A new award for this season, the club awarded it to Ben for his goal against Wisbech St Mary A in January.

Clubman of the Season – Darren Bryant missed most of the season through injury after he broke his collar bone in October last year, but he still turned out every week to help out and support the club despite not being able to play. Helping mark the pitch out most weeks and being an extra pair of eyes on the side-line with the management, it’s people like Darren that help clubs like us run smoothly. Darren finally recovered from his injury and returned to the match day squad, coming off the bench and scoring against Mildenhall United in the last league game of the season.

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