Stevenage's award winners
Stevenage Hockey Club s awards were handed out all over the weekend. They were presented at the juniors disco on Friday, the club s annual dinner dance on Saturday and President s Day on Sunday which was attended by 150 players, family and friends. Awar
Stevenage Hockey Club's awards were handed out all over the weekend.
They were presented at the juniors' disco on Friday, the club's annual dinner dance on Saturday and President's Day on Sunday which was attended by 150 players, family and friends.
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U11 player of the year: Lewis Day.
U13 mixed player of the year: Bailey Dingley.
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Ladies' U15 player of the year: Jessica Day.
Players of the year -
First XI: John Mould.
Second XI: Joe Stafford.
Third XI: Dan Phoenix.
Fourth XI: Dave Berry.
Fifth XI: Dean Kingston.
Sixth XI: Mark Risley.
Most improved player under-21 (Stuart Grainger Cup): Callum Mathews.
Most improved player (Harry Hummerstone Cup): Simon Russell.
U18 player of the year: Tom Spencer.
Veteran player of the year: Tariq Mahmood.
Players of the year -
First XI: Holly Mould.
Second XI: Marcia Crichton.
Third XI: Sam Franklin.
Fourth XI: Louise Mevillot.
Fifth XI: Emma Wain.
U19 young player of the year: Hollie Scott Hibbert.
Most improved player: Rebecca Hemmings.
The Geoff Middleton Memorial Trophy: Paul Mould.
Clubman of the year: Geoff Trew.
Clubwoman of the year: Catherine Kendall.
Despite four excellent games of hockey on President's Day, the highlight of the weekend was confirmation of the promotion of the ladies' first XI to Division One of the East Women's League.