DIVISIONAL PLAYER OF THE YEAR AWARDS 2012/13
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Details of the 2011/2012 Player of the Year Awards can be found by clicking HERE
As is now traditional, there are TWO Divisional awards up for grabs. The "Player of the Year" award focuses on individual players Win/Loss records, whilst the "Captains' Player of the Yeat" concentrated on the number of MOMs awarded.
We are delighted to announce the winners for 2011/2012 are as follows:
DIVISION ONE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
STEVE LOWERY (St. Annes Town)
Steve's reward for a tremedous season for his team by winning 19 out of the 28 games he played in the league. A close run race saw him win the award ahead of Phil Richmond (Ecc. Social) who also won 19 games but lost a couple more than Steve. Ben Dooley (Greenalls) was one win back with 18 wins.
DIVISION ONE CAPTAINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR
BEN DOOLEY (Greenalls)
Ben bounced back in the best possible style from a disappointing season the year before with victory in the Handicap Open Individual, an excellent win/loss record along with 11 MOMs to take the award. He won the award one ahead of Dave Jackson (Birchley), Peter Derbyshire (Holy Cross) and Shaun Kelly (Ecc. Social) who all received 10 MOMs
DIVISION TWO PLAYER OF THE YEAR
MIKE KENYON (Thatto Heath RBL)
Mike deserved award win came off the back of an excellent season for his team which Mike's wins lead to a third place finish in their Division. He won 20 of the 25 games he played which was the best win/loss record in the league. A superb performance to win ahead of Anthony Bacon (Parr Cons WMC) with 19 wins and Tony McKeegan (Garswood) with 17 wins in their debut season.
DIVISION TWO CAPTAINS PLAYER OF THE YEAR
ERNIE JOHNSON (East Sutton Lab. 2)
Ernie has been a seasoned performer in the league for many years and won a much deserved award for a consistant season in a very competitive division. He was awarded 10 MOMs which saw him victorious one ahead of Anthony Bacon (Parr Cons WMC) and two ahead of Steve Pyper (Lowe House)
CONGRATULATIONS AND WELL DONE TO THEM ALL