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  • Writer's pictureStruan Hope

๐Ÿ‘โœจ Celebrating Excellence Across the Pitch! ๐Ÿ†โœจ


The applause echoes through the Banbridge Hockey Club grounds as we proudly announce the recipients of our Girls and Older Boys End of Season Awards! ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŒŸ From stellar performances to remarkable growth, our players have truly made their mark this season.

Girls Awards:

P3 Girls:

  • Player of the Year (POY): Ivy Maguire: Ivy's exceptional skills and dedication to the game have rightfully earned her the Player of the Year title, setting a shining example for her teammates.

  • Most Improved: Sophie Anderson: Sophie's remarkable progress throughout the season is a testament to her hard work and dedication to self-improvement.

  • Endeavour: Nia Rutherdale: Nia's unwavering determination and positive attitude both on and off the field make her a deserving recipient of the Endeavour award, embodying the spirit of sportsmanship and dedication.



P4 Girls:

  • POY: Charlie McCandless and Lily Bell: Charlie and Lily's outstanding performances have earned them joint recognition as Players of the Year, showcasing their exceptional talent and dedication.

  • Most Improved: Amelia Bicker and Courtney McNeice: Amelia and Courtney's notable progress throughout the season highlights their dedication to improvement and contribution to the team.

  • Endeavour: Mayah Sole and Erin Chambers: Mayah and Erin's relentless determination and positive attitude make them deserving recipients of the Endeavour award, inspiring others with their commitment.

P5 Girls:

  • POY: Esme Magowan-Wilton: Esme's exceptional performance on the field has rightfully earned her the Player of the Year title, showcasing her talent and dedication to the game.

  • Most Improved: Orla Smith and Ellie Rankin: Orla and Ellie's remarkable improvement throughout the season highlights their dedication to self-improvement and contribution to the team.

  • Endeavour: Emma Flemming: Emma's unwavering commitment and positive influence make her a deserving recipient of the Endeavour award, inspiring others with her dedication.



P6 Girls:

  • POY: Ellie Madeley and Olivia Sterritt: Ellie and Olivia's outstanding performances have earned them joint recognition as Players of the Year, reflecting their remarkable skills and teamwork.

  • Most Improved: Amelia Magee: Amelia's remarkable improvement throughout the season is a testament to her hard work and dedication to refining her skills.

  • Endeavour: Scarlett McGrath: Scarlett's relentless determination and positive attitude make her a deserving recipient of the Endeavour award, showcasing her commitment to the sport and her team.


P7 Girls:

  • POY: Xara Billingsley and Lila Nicholson: Xara and Lila's exceptional skills and leadership qualities have rightfully earned them joint recognition as Players of the Year, setting a shining example for their teammates.

  • Most Improved: Charlotte Seffen: Charlotte's remarkable progress throughout the season highlights her dedication to improvement and contribution to the team.

  • Endeavour: Amy Whitten: Amy's unwavering commitment and positive attitude make her a deserving recipient of the Endeavour award, inspiring others with her dedication.



High School Girls:

  • U12 Player of the Year (POY): Lucy Sterritt and Most Improved: Phalynn Crossley: Lucy's outstanding performance and Phalynn's remarkable improvement are celebrated achievements, reflecting their dedication and talent.

  • U13 POY: Mollie Tumilty and Most Improved: Heidi Hanson: Mollie's exceptional performance and Heidi's notable improvement are recognised achievements, showcasing their commitment to the sport.

  • Coaches' Players: Ellie Lockhart, Chloe Bingham, Louise Colgan and Jenny McQuiston: These players have earned special recognition from their coaches for their outstanding contributions to the team.

  • U14 Girls Player of the Year: Casey Cousins and Most Improved Player: Rachel Pollock: Casey's exemplary performance and Rachel's remarkable improvement underscore their unwavering commitment to excellence and their relentless determination to enhance their skills.

  • U15 Girls Player of the Year: Alyssa Somerville and Most Improved Player: Allegra Mulgrew: Alyssa's outstanding achievements on the field and Allegra's impressive strides towards improvement exemplify their dedication and determination to continually elevate their game.

  • Coaches' Picks: Abi Cherry, Maddison Wilson and Abbie Magill: These players have been singled out by their coaches for their exceptional commitment and relentless drive to improve, demonstrating outstanding contributions to the team's success.

High School Boys:

  • U14 Boys POY: Daniel McKee and Most Improved: Isaac Steele: Daniel's exceptional performance and Isaac's remarkable improvement are celebrated achievements, reflecting their dedication and talent.

  • U15 Boys POY: Charlie Stevenson and Most Improved: Max Murphy: Charlie's outstanding performance and Max's notable improvement are recognised achievements, showcasing their commitment to the sport.

  • Coaches' Awards: Jay Nicholson and Ben Greer: These players have earned special recognition from their coaches for their outstanding contributions to the team.



Junior Club Person of the Year:

  • Girls: Ellie Walker and Nicole Rainer

  • Boys: Jay Nicholson

Goalkeeper of the Year:

  • Girls: Caitlyn Topping

  • Boys: Archie Knottย (Awarded, but not pictured)



These awards celebrate not only individual achievements but also the collective spirit and camaraderie that define Banbridge Hockey Club. Congratulations to all our deserving winners! ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ‘

Stay tuned for more updates and don't forget to cheer on our amazing players as they continue to shine on and off the pitch!



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