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OldBlueLady

Junior Blues Coordinator⭐
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As some of you may be aware, last night we held our annual awards night, where almost the entire 1st team squad were in attendance along with the management team, and the youth team and Dave Huzzey.

It's always interesting to see how the voting compares here with the club's awards, so here's how things turned out:

Shrimpers Trust Player of the Year was won by Ryan Leonard
1st runner up Simon Cox
2nd runner up Adam Thompson

Goal of the Season (the Martin Cranmer Award) was won by Simon Cox for his chip against Wimbledon at home

The Junior Blues Player of the Year was Simon Cox

The Youth Team Player of the Year was Elvis Bwonamo
1st runner up Lewis Gard
2nd runner up Dru Yearwood

A great evening, with a fantastic bid of £160 for a fully signed training top, as worn by the walkers on the Amble to the Addicks, along with an official (OB) walkers' pack, always nice to see the players relaxed and in civvies!!! And I'm going to say a big well done to Nile Ranger, Mac-Antoine Fortuné, Jermaine McGlashan and Theo Robinson for hanging about long after the others had gone.
 
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