Cambridgeshire Football Association are delighted to announce Cambridgeshire’s local winners of FA and McDonald’s Grassroots Football Awards 2019
This year we were pleased to receive a record number of nominations. Thank you to those who took the time to nominate.
A voting panel consisting of members of Cambridgeshire FA’s board, council and IAG along with individuals from the local media met to review the nominations received.
The Winners are as follows:-
Club of the Year - Trumpington
Grassroots Coach of the Year - Liam Moir (Sawston United Youth )
Grounds Team of the Year - Chris Peck (Soham United)
League of the Year - Cambridge and District Mini Soccer League
Supporter of the Year - Steve Clarke (Cherry Hinton Lions)
Match Official of the Year - Stacey Fullicks
Volunteer of the Year - Nicola Hogan (Trumpington)
Project of the Year - Phil Kinsey (Kinnerz Coaching)
Respect Award - Cambridge and District Colts League
Rising star of the Year (joint winners) - Adam Everett (Referee), Katie Crook (Cambridge City Ladies and Girls) & Tia Johnson (Cottenham United Colts)
Chris Abbott, Volunteer Support officer at Cambridgeshire FA said “This year it was fantastic to receive so many nominations in all the categories. We owe a great deal of gratitude to anyone who volunteers their time to ensure grassroots football continues to thrive in Cambridgeshire. It was extremely tough for the panel to choose the winners which shows the how hard people work to support football in Cambridgeshire. I offer my warm congratulations to all the winners”.
The winners now go through to the National judging panel, which will meet in early June to decide the winners.
For the Cambridgeshire winners they will be invited to an awards dinner at Cambridge United on the 3rd October.
Once again thank you to everyone who volunteers and supports football in Cambridgeshire.