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Big night for Gorleston Rangers

PUBLISHED: 09:56 23 May 2008 | UPDATED: 11:07 03 July 2010

Gorleston Rangers awards presenters at the club's big night. They include David Stringer (centre) and Jason Shackell (second left).

Gorleston Rangers awards presenters at the club's big night. They include David Stringer (centre) and Jason Shackell (second left).

GORLESTON Rangers' annual presentation night was again held at the Ocean Room with well in excess of 1,000 in attendance.

The club said a special thank you to both former Norwich City manager Dave Stringer and current Norwich City player Jason Shackell for giving up their evening to present the trophies to Rangers' 400 playing members.

GORLESTON Rangers' annual presentation night was again held at the Ocean Room with well in excess of 1,000 in attendance.

The club said a special thank you to both former Norwich City manager Dave Stringer and current Norwich City player Jason Shackell for giving up their evening to present the trophies to Rangers' 400 playing members.

The club thanked players, team managers, team sponsors, friends and associates for making the event possible.

The Lee Dorothy Memorial Trophy was awarded to U13A team manageress Kim Potter for both her team's achievements over the past seven years, as well as her significant contribution to the club during that time.

The club has had another successful season in the Norfolk and Suffolk Youth League.

Honours: U9 Division Three sporting award winners, Gorleston Rangers C; U10 Division One champions and league cup runners up, Gorleston Rangers B; U10 Division One runners-up and sporting award winners, Gorleston Rangers C; U11 Division Two runners-up, Gorleston Rangers B; U13 Division One runners-up, league cup winners and Ipswich Open Cup runners-up, Gorleston Rangers A; U14 Division One runners up, Gorleston Rangers A; U14 league cup winners, Gorleston Rangers B; U15 Division One sporting award winners, Gorleston Rangers.

Club trophy winners (age group, players' player, manager's player, clubman of the year):

U7A: Players' Player Ray Urry, Manager's Player Ollie Saunders, Clubman of the Year Adam Brown; U7B: Jack Bell, Jake Kennedy, Ryan Pack.

U8A: Isaac Burrage, Ben Harrison, Callum Oliver; U8B: Aaron Hudson, Markus Payne, James Philpott-Robson; U8C: Kasey Bailey, Jonny Oglesby, Ben Chilvers; U8D: Sam Cendler, Michael Benjemin, Callum Irving; U8E: Harrison Crane, Jaden Battley, Tyler Rivett; U8F: Seb Southgate, Jack Parker, Lewis Lever.

U9A: George Green, Mitchell Grimmer, Jay Bentley; U9B: Rory Cushing, Jack Mitchell, Ethan Scott; U9C: Hannah Scholes, Hannah Croft, Mary Croft; U9D: Lewis Bracken, Ben Martin, Mitchell Lucky.

U10B: Max Chilvers, Mikey Webber, Kane Liam Halifax; U10C: George Yusuff, Ryan Wing, Mikey Pywell; U10D: Jack Clements, Jesse Eagle, Will Beck.

U11A: Cameron Brookes, Jay Turner, Callum Mordecai; U11B: Connor Waters, Brandon Gallie/Sid Overy, Jordan Blanche; U11C: Charlie Thrower, Tom Hagan, Keanu Gray.

U12A: Keegan Taylor, Jack Roberts, James Moughton; U12B: Chris Riches, Connor Donnington, Casey Warrender.

U13A: Keegan Middleton, Rhys Jones, Brett Davidson; U13B: Ollie Burt, Luke Bridge, Gerson Soares.

U14A: Joe Roberts, Ben Church, Joshua Armes; U14B: Martin Shulver/Dean Pretlove, Nick Pretlove/Brice Reid, Kieron Cushing; U14C: Max Anderton, Farron Haylett, Dillon Carby.

U15: Jake Parker, Sam Ingram, Tom Ross.

U11 Girls: Courtney Barfield, Enya Tooke, Jade Deeks; U12 Girls: Kirsten Byholt, Lauren Clarke, Lauren Hannant; U13 Girls: Ellie Fennell, Jody Brady, Rio Will; U14 Girls: Christina Brown, Gemma Clarke, Emily Ellis.

Raffle prizes not collected: Yellow ticket 155, yellow ticket 464, blue ticket 312. For more details ring Graham on 01502 730923.

The club are recruiting both helpers and players at all age groups. For more information ring Chris Dunne on 01493 601256.


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