STAND-OUT PERFORMERS RECOGNISED AT AWARDS PRESENTATION
Pilgrims FC continue to grow.
Two under-8 teams will start playing in the new season, taking the total of youngsters involved at the club to around 140.
Karl Lowry has taken over as director of football, supported by chairman Chris Hinds, son Kyran now secretary, and treasurer Stuart Hills.
The club held their end-of-season awards presentation, recognising the achievements of players and volunteers alike.
Winners: managers’ Zach ballon Meads under-9s award: Parkhouse; d’or: Harry (under-9s), runner-up: Jack Hills (under-10s), third place: Jamie Riley (under-13s); Calvin Ludlum Shield: Stuart Hills; under10s managers’ award: Harry Carmel-Smith.
Coach- of- t he- year: Charlie King (under13s); volunteer-of-the year: Dave Sharp.
Lowry added: “The club also presented a gift to my father, John, who always gives up his time to mark the lines and prepare pitches for up to six hours a week.”
“We are a friendly, fun club and anyone interested in joining us should contact us via our website or facebook or ring me on 07968 386663.”
Queen’s Head (bibs) try to get a look-in against Kent Football at Appledore
Harry Meads receives the ballon d’or award from the club’s founder and former chairman Miles Morris
Zach Parkhouse receives his under-9 managers’ award from club sponsor Three R’s Teacher Recruitment’s mascot