Bulahdelah Soccer Club’s presentation wraps up a successful season

2017 Minor Premiers: Bulahdelah Soccer Club’s 14’s travelling team.
2017 Minor Premiers: Bulahdelah Soccer Club’s 14’s travelling team.

 

AFTER a successful competition, the Bulahdelah Soccer Club’s season has wrapped up for another year.

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The 14’s travelling team took out the 2017 Minor Premiership and consistently showed their skills and teamwork on the fields.

Playing for a spot in the grand-final, Bulahdelah went up against Gloucester in a closely contested match, with both teams playing tactical and defensive games.

With the scores on 4-3 at the final whistle, Gloucester narrowly claimed the victory.

Toby Crispin was named the Player of the Year and Camran Bailey received the Sportsmanship Award.

The Coaches Award went to Finlay O’Connell and Luke Rinortner was named the Most Improved.

It was also a successful season in the Town Competition thanks to the efforts of the coaches, Geoff and Erin Matheson, Grant Finlay, Chris Whalan and Steph Dennis.

Each team gave strong performances on the field each week, with Barry Bros Bulls finishing on top.

Braydon Ford was named the Junior Player of the Year and Darcy Brougham-Delaney was awarded the Most Improved.

The Col Woodward Perpetual Trophy for the Most Promising Junior Player went to Beau Thatcher, awarded for his teamwork, ability and sportsmanship.

The Junior Players of the Year were Braydon Ford from Barry Bros Bulls, Jhet Finlay from the Blossom Bandits, Leo’s Lions Amber Cunningham and Physio Phantoms Tom Wylie.

The minis also had a great year and were sponsored by the Bulahdelah Lions Club who purchased a club cap for each of the players.

The young stars enjoyed learning the skills of the game from their coaches Ash Ray and Jess and Jamie Gordon.

Lisa Rose was named the Club Person of the Year in recognition of her service throughout the entire season.

Bulahdelah Junior Soccer Club President, Sandra Hourn, said it was a great competition.

“The kids really enjoyed it,” she said.

“We have a few going through to the travelling teams next year so we will end up with two teams.”

Sandra also acknowledged the committee and all those who supported the club during the season.

“Jackie, Rachael and Lisa put a huge amount of work in every week,” Sandra said.

“We also thank the businesses who sponsor our teams and the community for supporting our raffles.”

 

Steve Locke, Club Person of the Year Lisa Rose and Paul Kiem, who started the soccer club in 1988.
Steve Locke, Club Person of the Year Lisa Rose and Paul Kiem, who started the soccer club in 1988.

 

2017 Minor Premiers: Bulahdelah Soccer Club’s travelling team at the club presentation.
2017 Minor Premiers: Bulahdelah Soccer Club’s travelling team at the club presentation.

 

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