RUGBY: Adults, juniors, officials and guests came together for annual Wisbech Rugby Club awards evening for 2017/2018 season

PUBLISHED: 14:52 16 May 2018 | UPDATED: 14:52 16 May 2018

The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members� progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members� progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

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The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening last Friday (May 11) for the adult and junior players, welcoming club officials, parents and guests.

The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

Olly Mackett, club captain, hosted the ceremony with Solomon Prestidge, 1st XV Captain, handing out the awards.

The evening was conclude with the under 16’s donating £100 to the Wisbech Food Bank which was accepted by Keith Aplin, former player and one of the food bank organisers.

Mr Mackett said: “It was a fantastic evening where the juniors and seniors came together to celebrate the season.”

Harry Newman - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted Harry Newman - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

The awards were as followed:

Clubman of the Year: Chris Hare, who also scooped a Mitsubishi volunteer recognition award.

James Wright and Reeve Brightly - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted James Wright and Reeve Brightly - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

Chairman’s Cup: Nathan Goodale, for his coaching assistance with the under 15s squad.

Young Players-of-the-Year: Henry Lankfer

Long Playing Service Award: Ricky Harnwell

Ricky Harnwell - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted Ricky Harnwell - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

First XV Player-of-the-Year: Nathan Goodale

First XV Players’ Player: Harry Newman

Olly Mackett - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted Olly Mackett - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

First XV Most Improved Player: Iwan Jones

Under 16

Henry Lankfer - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted Henry Lankfer - The Wisbech Rugby Club held their annual awards evening, celebrating the adult and junior team members’ progress throughout the 2017 / 2018 season. PHOTOS: Submitted

Players-of-the-Year: Geoff Kirby; Players’ Player: Owen Ketteringham

Most Improved Player: Jay Burn

Under 15

Players-of-the-Year: TJ Biehler-Birch

Players’ Player: Thomas Trundle

Most Improved Player: Bryn Pughsley

Under 14

Players-of-the-Year: Danny Grieve

Players’ Player: William Paul

Most Improved Player: James Wright and Reeve Brighty

Under 13

Player-of-the-Year: Harvey Davies

Players’ Player: Codi Wedge

Most Improved Player: Alex Simonds

A club spokesman said: “The Annual Wisbech Rugby Club annual meeting will take place on the June 4 at 7pm at the Rugby Club.

“Touch rugby for the whole club will every Friday evening 7pm from 25 May and senior pre-season starts July 19 2018.”

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