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Champions celebrate their great season!
Our title-winning under 12s have celebrated their fantastic season by dishing out the medals at their presentation evening.
Koby McNamara won the award for the Most Man of the Matches, Cameron Liddell was voted Parents Player of the Year, whilst the team coaches picked Jake Turpin as their Managers Player of the Year.The biggest cheer of the night went for the Most Improved Player, though, as James McElduff accepted the award.
The greatest pleasure for proud manager Mark Johnson, though, was handing out the League champions trophies to all the players.

Under 13 Greens bring down the curtain on 11/12
Defensive general Adam Vickers took two trophies home at the under 13s Green presentation evening, gaining the most votes from his team-mates and from the supporters.
James & Robin gave their Managers award to Connor Furey, whilst Charlie Storey deservedly won the most improved player category.

Under 14s celebrate an important season
After receiving the 'Most Improved Team' from the Garforth league this year, Simons boys celebrated their season by handing out the gongs.
Wes Charles took both the Players Player and Managers Player of the Years awards after a commanding season, Goal machine Leon Swatman took the top goalscorers award, and Reece Glover and Kam Khan received the Clubman awards.

Defenders earn the plaudits for the under 16s
Callum Gartland was voted the Under 16s Players Player of the year, with Adam Walker given the Managers Player of the Year award for his contribution to the defence.
James Neale was recognised for his unswerving dedication to the side by receiving the Clubman award, sponsored by Asda Killingbeck,
and Nathan Cheetham crowned his season with the Printaway Most Improved Player trophy. A special thanks to Printaway and Asda, for their contribution to the day.

Battler James gets his just rewards
Our under 12s player James "The Hammer" McElduff had a reason to celebrate this week when he was summoned to attend the trials for Leeds City Boys.
James, who recovered from a serious head injury only 2 years ago, is the youngest in the squad, but is a vital part of the team, and manager Mark Johnson swelled with pride when talking ablut him.
"James works extra hard in every match - and training - and it shows you that no matter what life throws at you, hard work does pay off!". Well done James, we're proud to say you're a Whinmoor player!

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