Trophy time for Pedlars
Swaffham Town hosted their annual presentation evening on Saturday.The event was well supported and an enjoyable time had by all.Season's Leading Goal Scorer, Mark Blockwell, presented by Caroline Elmer, Narford Scaffolding.
Swaffham Town hosted their annual presentation evening on Saturday.
The event was well supported and an enjoyable time had by all.
Season's Leading Goal Scorer, Mark Blockwell, presented by Caroline Elmer, Narford Scaffolding.
Veterans' Player of the Season, Jimmy Chapman, presented by Jamie Titmarsh, Swaffham Town Youth.
You may also want to watch:
A-Team Player of the Season, Adam Figura, presented by Mick Simmons from the club committee.
Reserve Team Player of the Season, Daren Hockton, presented by Nicky George, Club President and the Greyhound Inn.
- 1 'Lost a couple of staff members a day' - how the 'pingdemic' is hitting Norfolk
- 2 'We will get it back' - Care home told to improve but boss stays positive
- 3 Met office issue weather warnings for thunderstorms in parts of Norfolk
- 4 Father and son rescued after being swept out to sea
- 5 'Slow down, save lives' - Police launch speed awareness campaign
- 6 Pings and exemptions: What are the rules around self-isolation?
- 7 Trains cancelled due to flooding - and more heavy rain expected
- 8 Pony hire business to offer circus shows in your garden
- 9 Crucial step taken towards new leisure centre for town
- 10 Public hearing for long-delayed A47 dualling plans
First Team Player of the Season, Kyle Plumb, presented by Mick Simmons, Director of Traffic, Swaffham Town FC.
Young Player of the Season, Jordan Lown, presented by Albert Hudson, Life Member of the club.
Supporters' Player of the Season, Lee Brooks, presented by Robbie Howling, Swaffham player/manager.
The previous Tuesday evening had seen another exciting encounter with Swaffham Town A narrowly beating Castle Acre Swifts 2-1 to earn the remaining place in this Saturday's Hospital Cup final, kick-off 12.30pm at Shoemakers Lane.
They will contest the final with Narborough and have been drawn as the away club.
Admission is free, a bucket collection will be taken during the fixture, proceeds to the League of Friends at Swaffham Hospital.