Former England player attends end of season awards
AFC Wimbledon Ladies and Girls had an extra special guest for their end of season presentations with former England international Marieanne Spacey attending the event.
The annual awards night, held at the Cherry Red Records Stadium, ended on a high when AFC Wimbledon Girls Under-10s (pictured above after winning the Chelsea Cup recently) made their own presentation to Marieanne.
Club Secretary John Ivers said: “It was a fantastic evening with Marieanne presenting all the awards. At the end of the night all of our Under-10s girls signed an England ball and presented it to Marieanne, who said she may come back next year if she is available.”
Marieanne, who started her career at Friends of Fulham (the club which became Wimbledon Ladies FC), went onto enjoy success with Arsenal Ladies and gained 91 England international caps.
It was a highly successful end to 2012/13 for AFC Wimbledon Under-10s girls as they clinched more glory at the Molesey Tournament on Sunday, just a week after winning the Chelsea Cup. Goalkeeper Damaris Ott was presented with two awards for AFC Wimbledon Ladies after an excellent season between the sticks.
The full list of award winners is as follows:
Holly Berry; Golden Boot - Abby Delves; Most Improved Player of the Year - Lacey Quaintance; Manager’s Player of the Year - Caitlin SavagePlayers’ Player of the Year -
Ella Bothamley; Most Improved – Emily Pinkess; Manager’s Player of the Year – Rosie Russell; Players’ Player of the Year (2) – Sophie HudsonPlayers’ Player of the Year (1) -
Georgina Solly; Most Commitment - Abbie Morris; Manager’s Player of the Year – Jasmine BackhurstPlayers’ Player of the Year –
Rhia Benjamin; Most Improved – Maisie Bagshaw; Manager’s Player of the Year – Jessica Roberts; Player’s Player of the Year (2) – Ruby HardingPlayers’ Player of the Year (1) –
Kendal Styles; Golden Boot – Lily Chapman; Most Improved – Solveig Soerum ; Most Consistent – Jessica Xentsa; Manager’s Player of the Year – Emma McLoughlinPlayers’ Player of the Year –
Lucy Berryman; Most Improved – Jennie Ford; Manager’s Player of the Year – Elle RichardsPlayers’ Player of the Year –
Ella Harding; Most Improved – Leah Bimson; Manager’s Player of the Year – Jodie WellerPlayers’ Player of the Year –
Stacie Tull; Most Commitment – Damaris OttPlayers’ Player of the Year– Damaris Ott; Manager’s Player of the Year –
Club Person of the Year
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