Soc­cer pre­sen­ta­tion hon­ours club pres­i­dent and play­ers

Myrtleford Times - - Sport -

JU­NIOR soc­cer is alive and well in Mt Beauty, with the an­nual award pre­sen­ta­tions for the Mt Beauty Foot­ball Club last Satur­day at­tended by more than 40 young play­ers and their fam­i­lies.

The kids com­pleted a train­ing ses­sion fol­lowed by a match in which they

TOP PLAY­ERS: Mt Beauty Foot­ball Club’s best and fairest win­ners and run­ners-up were Henry Low (U11 run­ner-up), Cam­bell Moor­man (U11), Mag­nus Knight (U9 run­ner-up), An­dre Brewer (U10), Natalie Bor­rell (U10 run­ner-up) and Carmela Perri (U9). pitched their skills against par­ents be­fore a bar­be­cue lunch and pre­sen­ta­tion.

Pres­i­dent Ron Craw­ford said that 2017 had been the club’s busiest year yet, with 10 gala days, in­clud­ing some in Albury-Wodonga for the first time.

“Last week we were at Wil­low Park, the Wodonga Heart ground, and it was mas­sive,” he said.

“Our kids did re­ally well against some of those big clubs.

“But we couldn’t do it with­out the back­ing of our coaches, par­ents and other sup­port­ers.”

THANK YOU: Club pres­i­dent Ron Craw­ford (right) was pre­sented with a tro­phy and life mem­ber­ship by Foot­ball Fed­er­a­tion Vic­to­ria’s zone de­vel­op­ment of­fi­cer Atila Ker­estes, after 22 years of ded­i­ca­tion to soc­cer in the Kiewa Val­ley.

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