2018 Awards

By Dave Picken - June 25 2018
2018 Awards Many thanks to Gez , Stu Waites and new President Graham Frankland who were finally able to get this season's awards into the right hands. They took advantage of the England v South Africa game to hold an informal ceremony, which was funded by the £1 players hand over at some very well attended training sessions  including some hard working Academy players both male and female 

Top awards went to:

First Team

Players' Player: Gav Painter.

Coaches' Player of the Year: Will Hilditch.

Most Improved Player: Scott Butcher

Top Try Scorer: Will Hilditch/Liam Ckecksfield.


Players' Player of the Year: Joe Willis

Coaches' Player of the Year: Matt Siddle

Most Improved Player: Johnny Hunter

Top Try Scorer: Matt Siddle 



AA 2018 Awards - Checks   AA 2018 Awards - Gav
 Liam Checksfield joint top try scorer with Will Hildicth    Gav Painter - Player of the Year
AA 2018 Awards - Johnny Hunter   AA 2018 Awards - Turner
Johnny Hunter   Andy Turner -Top Trainer
AA 2018 Awards JP   AA 2018 Awards Sid
JP - Youngest trainer   Matt Siddle
AA 2018 Awards Sos and Brown   AA 2018 Awards Peacock and Siddle
Zac Southern and Adam Brown - throwing up at training sessions   Adam Peacock and Matt Siddle - sour faces at training sessions
AA 2018 - Awards Scotty    Graeme Scott for his various car park exploits
2018 Awards
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