Awards aplenty as Jones dishes out tro­phies

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THE stars of the sea­son were hon­oured when Whit­land Ju­nior Border­ers held their end-of-sea­son awards cer­e­mony.

First-team hooker Marc Jones was on hand to dish out the tro­phies.

The un­der-14s player of the year award went to Monty Mil­ton, with Iestyn Comey pick­ing up the players’ player tro­phy and Joe Bo­hane win­ning the most im­proved award.

The un­der-11s player of the year was Mar­ley Grimshaw. Glyn Be­van was players’ player and Bro­gan Cun­ning­ham took the most im­proved sil­ver­ware.

A tro­phy is also awarded in this age group in mem­ory of former club stalwart Dave Pi­lot for the best club player or team-mate who most up­holds the values of the game. This award went the way of Ellen Morris for her ded­i­ca­tion to train­ing and all-round con­tri­bu­tions to the squad.

In the un­der-9s age group, Har­vey Nash picked up the player of the year ti­tle. Blake Barnes-Scrivin was voted players’ player and Joe Gas­coigne took the hon­ours for most im­proved.

The Border­ers also have thriv­ing num­bers at un­der-7 and un­der-8 level. All the chil­dren in th­ese sides re­ceived tro­phies from Jones as just re­ward for their ef­forts.

“It’s been a won­der­ful year in rugby at Whit­land Ju­nior Border­ers with smiles on the faces of all the chil­dren in each age group,” said Ju­nior Border­ers chair­per­son Sarah Morris.

Whit­land Ju­nior Border­ers Un­der-8s.

Gor­seinon Re­serves won the Darch Cup with a 4-0 vic­tory over Car­marthen Stars Re­serves. Pic­ture: Keith Griffiths.

Kid­welly Fal­cons were pre­sented with the Car­marthen­shire U13’s B League tro­phy. The players are (back), Martin Davies (coach), Rhys Davies, Cai Howard, An­drew Thomas, Rhys D’Al­bert, El­lis Thomas, Ethan Wil­liams, Kieran An­drews, Celt Wil­liams and Leo Boucher. Front: Ben Davies, Harri Sparks, Jay­don Camp­bell, Joe Lloyd, Tyler Davies (cap­tain), Nathaniel Jones, Emily Thomas, Layne Gar­lick, Dan Proc­tor and Matthew Lloyd (coach).

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