INTRODUCING OUR WINNERS
We are delighted to announce the winners of the Charlton Baker Grassroots Football Excellence Awards.
Despite not being able to follow our original plan for the awards due to Covid-19, it is still really important for us to recognise those people making a difference to the grassroots game in Wiltshire.
And the winners are...
Making A Difference
The winner of the Making a Difference Award is Magnus Painter from Stratton Juniors FC.
Thank you Magnus, it is clear that you are striving to make football the best it can be in Wiltshire.
Inclusive Football and Community Involvement Award
The winner of the Inclusive Football and Community Involvement Award is Peter Beasley from FC Abbey Meads for his contribution to the growth and popularity of the game For All.
The winner of the Progression Award is Daniel Carey from Royal Wootton Bassett Town FC for his dedication to progressing and improving the game.
Ability Counts Excellence Award
The winner of the Ability Counts Excellence Award is Paul Surridge from Stratton Juniors FC for his contribution to disability football, ensuring there is opportunity and encouragement For All.
Outstanding Personal Achievement Award
The winner of the Outstanding Personal Achievement Award is Rose Kent from FC Abbey Meads for her determination, resilience and achievements.
Wildcats Centre of the Year
The winner of the Wildcats Centre of the Year is Royal Wootton Bassett Town FC for creating a fun and safe environment for girls to give football a try, learn new skills and have fun.
Congratulations to all our winners and thank you to everyone who nominated.
Also a big thanks to everyone out there who is supporting the grassroots game in Wiltshire.
The Charlton Baker Grassroots Football Excellence Awards were created to reward the contribution from football volunteers in Wiltshire; recognising more clubs, leagues, volunteers and projects that are making a difference in grassroots football.#KeepShining