BROMLEY GREEN RECOGNISE CLUB’S ACHIEVEMENTS
Bromley Green have staged two award presentations recognising the feats of individuals and teams.
Club patron Dave Homewood received a Kent FA long service award, Dave Andrews was named clubman-of-the-year and Miles Christian was youth clubman-of -the-year.
Lee Hagger was named the club’s most-improved-player, while the club’s under-15s and under 16s celebrated winning their respective leagues.
The club’s youngest teams’ achievements were also rewarded, while Hana Randall received the patron’s award for excellence.
Mr Homewood said: “The family atmosphere at the club is fantastic and makes all the hard work by the executive and management teams worthwhile.
“We are also indebted to our sponsors McDonald’s and John Page Trailers for their support.
“Next season promises to be exciting as we begin a new era for the club by groundsharing with Ashford United at Homelands. We will also be running teams for disabled and girls’ teams.”
Girls training is on Mondays from 6-7pm and youngsters can turn up and join in, free of charge. The sessions are run by a qualified UEFA coach.
of-the-year Dave Andrews receives his award from secretary Stan Donald.
Green patron Dave Homewood receives his Kent FA long service award from Geoff
Above, Merit Certificate awarded to Keely Finn. Below, from left, Bill Page and U-11 Colts playerof-the-season Prosper Muleya; U-13 player-ofthe-season Billy Gramson; Chris Symons and U-12 player-of-the-season Dylan Trevett; U-11 player-ofthe-season Zac Cowley