Dave backs the Kit
Arlesey Town are getting a helping hand next season from some old friends. The Blues have announced new sponsorship deals for next season. Existing shirt sponsors Raj Villa will transfer their support to the stadium which will carry their name. They will
Arlesey Town are getting a helping hand next season from some old friends.
The Blues have announced new sponsorship deals for next season.
Existing shirt sponsors Raj Villa will transfer their support to the stadium which will carry their name.
They will also be focused on all the corporate club communications and the website www.arleseyfc.co.uk
The new shirt sponsor is Reading's ex-Arlesey star striker Dave Kitson.
Kitson will be playing in the Premiership next season after his current side lifted the Championship title.
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Although now based in Berkshire, he is a frequent visitor to the club and has maintained his links with many of the supporters.
He has recently developed an interest in the sports clothing business via his company Chateau Roux.
The deal was brokered on a recent visit to the club. Arlesey chairman Bryan Ellis said: "This is part of the continued emphasis that the club wishes to pursue with local business and we are pleased to be associated with two such successful organisations."
Stotfold held their annual dinner and presentation evening at Chesfield Downs Golf Club on Friday night.
After words from chairman Phil Pateman and then club president and main sponsor Ted Saunders, the awards took place.
Clubman of the year: Trevor Cottenden
First team player of the year: Nigel Blower
Reserve team player of the year: Jamie Taylor
Youth team player of the year: Matt Clark
U18 Sunday player of the year: Luke Nicholl
First team players' player: Richard Beckett
Reserve team players' player: Sean Penney
Youth team players' player: Joe Smith
U18 Sunday players' player: Luke Nicholl
Most promising player: Joe Philbin
Sportsman Trophy: Terry Kitchener
Club's leading goalscorer: Callum Donnelly
Supporters' first team player of the year: Richard Beckett
Supporters' reserve team player of the year: Joe Philbin
Supporters' youth team player of the year: Callum Donnelly
Andrea Saunders also presented a cheque on behalf of the supporters' club.
Robert Groves claimed a second hat-trick of the week at Langford's presentation night.
He proved his popularity with the supporters, fellow players and manager by scooping first team player of the season, first team players' player and the first team manager's award.
It is the second time that Robert has claimed all three awards in a season.
He also led the first team appearances and goalscoring tables for this season and earlier in the year made his 200th first team appearance in his fifth season with the club.
Other playing awards went to Lee Pateman, Sam Gittings, Joe Delasalle and Adam Lawrence, while Brian Beckwith was named as clubperson of the year.