Soccer presentation honours club president and players
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.