August 11 2017 21:21:04.
By Keith Long
- Beechy Archive 2011-2012 Season
JP League's Invitational Cup Competition (5 and 7-a-side) took place at Salford Sports Village in September 2011 and BEECHFIELD UNITED'S A TEAM won the 5-a-side event. In the final BEECHY A beat BEECHY B 6-2. Goalscorers were Luke Mather (2) Steve Erskine (2) Richard Jackson and Tom Carroll. The winning squad was as follows :- Richard Jackson, Luke Mather, Rob Harrison, Tim Taylor, Tom Carroll, Steve Erskine and Andrzej Browne. (Each player received an individual winners trophy)
Excellent news for the former Beechfield United Junior player Michael Cottrill (Goalkeeper) he's named in the Wigan Athletic Youth Team squad for 2011/2012.
The FIRST TEAM were involved in a Friendly Match when they travelled to play Lancashire and Cheshire League side Old Stretfordians and following a very competitive contest played in heatwave conditions United fully deserved their 2-1 victory. On an uneven playing surface the match was never a classic but both team's still produced some good attacking soccer and United went ahead in the 38th minute. Full Back Andrzej Browne displayed a great piece of skill before moving the ball onto Dave Leach who easily went past his marker before hammering the ball low into the net. The second half was slightly more entertaining and Old Stretfordians equalised after 54minutes when they were awarded a dubious free-kick. The ball was delivered deep into the area and several United defenders left the Old Stretfordians No10 unmarked and he scored via a powerful header. But the setback didn't appear to unsettle United who stepped up a gear and after producing a period of powerful attacking were rewarded with their winning goal on 79minutes. A massive long throw-in by Luke Johnston was met by Steven Griffiths who's neat header found Dave Leach and he forced the ball past the keeper from close range.
United began their 2011/2012 Bridgewater Office Supplies Manchester Football League Division 1 season with a 2-0 away win over Wilmslow Albion. Producing a well disciplined performance especially in the second half Beechy outplayed their opponents and a goal by Dave Leach gave United a deserved lead in the 32nd minute. The three points were guaranteed when Carl Jones added the second goal after 73 minutes. MAN OF THE MATCH was Luke Martin. Also making a winning start were United's Reserves who enjoyed a 1-0 home victory in Division 3 against Royton Town Reserves who were the best team in the first half and should have held a comfortable lead at the interval. United's keeper and Man of the Match Lee Hall made an excellent save after Royton Town had been awarded a penalty. Thanks to an improved all-round performance United dominated the second period and won the match via a goal from Jamie Fawcett. (20/8/11)
Newly promoted to Division One the SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM kick-off their new season courtesy of a 5-1 home victory against HBC Villa. The visitors constant use of the long ball tactic failed to unsettle Beechy who moved the ball about with both speed and accuracy on the artificial surface at Salford Sports Village. United were 2-1 up at half time via goals by Mike Heyworth and Gareth Burns and following more superb attacking football in the second period Beechy added further goals from of Mike Heyworth, David Senigla and Dean Quinn. Receiving the Man of the Match Award was Phil Heyworth. (3/9/11)
UNITED'S RESERVES lost 2-0 away in Division 3 to Breightmet United Reserves. With several key players available for various reasons Beechy struggled against their better organised opponents but managed to keep the scoreline to 0-0 at the interval. A bizarre own goal gifted Breightmet the lead in the 49th minute and the home side were guaranteed the points thanks to their second goal on the hour mark. MAN OF THE MATCH was Peter Reid. (10/9/11)
The majority of the Mini-Soccer and Junior Section team's played their opening games of the season. Highlights included a 6-3 win over Urmston Town Eagles for the UNDER 9's STORM after goals by Harry McLellan-Grant (3) Jack Foxley (2) and Jordan Warburton. Leyton Taylor (2) Ellis Burke (2) Jack Farrell and Josh Reynolds were on target when the UNDER 11's TORNADOS beat Swinton Juniors 6-1 and Beechy UNDER 15's GIRLS went goal crazy at home to Dukes of Ainsworth. Shannon Smith (3) Sarah Bates (2) Danielle Farrand (2) Chloe Sheerin (2) Shauna Smith (2) Rebecca Hill (2) and Rachel Farrand got the goals in a 14-1 victory. (10 and 11/9/11)
Goals by Turbat Emryek, Tito Jorge and Brad Derbyshire earned the YOUTH TEAM a 3-1 home win over Altrincham Juniors. After two games United occupied second place in Division 2 in the Timperley and District Junior League. In the same league the UNDER 16's began their season with a 4-1 victory at Irlam Rangers. Goalscorers were Sam Watton-O'Brien, Aaron Keenan, Karol Jankowski and Ben Armstrong. (18/9/11)
In a derby match at Salford Sports Village the FIRST TEAM met Salford Victoria and despite a below-par performance secured a 3-1 victory. In this Bridgewater Office Supplies Manchester Football League Division One encounter a superb goal by Tom Carroll put United ahead but Salford Victoria continued to look the better team and drew level via a Scott Daniels free kick. Beechy improved slightly in the second half a regained the lead courtesy of Carl Jones and slightly against the run of play Gareth Mooney completed the scoring late in the game. Celebrating their first win of the season were United's UNDER 9's TORNADOS who beat Boothstown Juniors 1-0. Jacob Bertram got the goal while Cameron Wright received the BEST PLAYER AWARD. The UNDER 10's STORM fully deserved their 4-0 victory over Flixton Juniors. Some top-class soccer produced goals from M-O-M Connell Griffin, Joe Cox, Ben Barlow and George Bailey. Completing a quick winning double over Monton Amateurs in the Timperley and District Junior League were the UNDER 14's TORNADOS. United who led 1-0 at half time produced an improved display after the break and after securing a 4-1 home victory moved up to second place in the Division 3 table. Callum Van-Dieman, Shea Killcullen, Ryan Bevan and William Holliday fired in the goals. (24&25/9/12)
THE SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM were forced to work hard before they secured a 3-1 home win against Torpedo Chorlton. The match was evenly balanced throughout the first half and United went ahead via an own goal but the visitors came back strongly and wasted numerous chances to equalise. Mark Carney put Beechy 2-0 up in the 48th minute but Torpedo Chorlton reduced the arrears thanks to a quality goal by their No9. Play switched rapidly from end to end and United added goal number three when Mike Heyworth set up Roy Owen who produced a brilliant finish. (1/10/11)
BEECHY RESERVES beat Breightmet Reserves 4-1 and gained revenge for a 2-0 defeat earlier in the season. Defender Richard Farnie put United infront after 20 minutes when he drilled the ball low into the corner of the net following a corner. As they continued to dominate possession United carved out an abundance of chances and it no real surprise when a superb goal by Steve Crowe made it 2-0 and Jamie Fawcett added the third goal just before the break. Breightmet improved slightly in the second half and grabbed their consolation goal but United quickly raised their game and wrapped up the points when substitute Michael Keane completed the scoring courtesy of a spectacular volley. In the Junior Section the UNDER 13's HURRICANES beat Monton FC 3-1 away thanks to some fabulous football and goals by M-O-M Connor Arms (2) and Kwaka Azad. The UNDER 12's HURRICANES recovered from 1-0 and 2-1 down to earn a 2-2 draw with Flixton Junior Red. MAN OF THE MATCH Ryan Curran and Ben Crowther got the goals. Away at SCOSSL Division 1 leaders Deans Tigers the UNDER 11's TORNADOS 9v9 team hit top form and earned themselves a 6-3 victory. On target were Jack Farrell (2) Leyton Taylor, David Salisbury, Josh Reynolds and Callum Daley. (8/10/11)
For the second time in seven days the UNDER 15's met Bridge FC Eagles in the North Bury Junior League and lost again to their opponents. United who went down 8-3 scored goals via Jack Ryan, Lewis Black and Reece Dalton. Maintaining a two point lead at the top of the Stax City of Salford Soccer League's Division 1 table were the UNDER 12's STORM. Beechy won 4-1 against Lymm Pirahnas after goals from Kai Miller,Taylor Share, Jake O'Brien and Declan Hopkins. The impressive Alfie Belcher was voted MAN OF THE MATCH. There were goals galore in the UNDER 9's STORM and Swinton Lions fixture. At the final whistle United were more than happy with their 4-3 victory thanks to goals by M-O-M Callum Doyle (3) and Jack Conway. (22/10/11)
The FIRST TEAM travelled to the Neil Rourke Stadium and went back home with three vital points after a decent performance against Woodley Sports. On a 3G Astro Pitch United wasted possession early in the match but took a deserved lead on 39 minutes when Mike Leach forced the ball past the keeper from close range. The Woodley Sports keeper was shown a red card for a two footed challenge in the 58th minute. Dave Leach put Beechy 2-0 up from the penalty spot then ninety seconds later he added the third goal via a cool and accurate finish. The fourth goal arrived after 81 minutes when Carl Jones hammered the ball at the target from 25 yards and it struck Gareth Mooney before bouncing into the unguarded net. Following this victory United retained 2nd place in the Division 1 table. Involved in a six goal thriller with SCOSSL Division 2 leaders Ordsall Juniors were the UNDER 12's HURRICANES. Goals by Ben Crowther and Matthew Whiteside gave United a 2-0 lead but Ordsall Juniors recovered and made it 2-2 within ten minutes of the second half. Thanks to a lucky goal Ordsall Juniors went 3-2 up but to their credit Beechy bounced back and it was 3-3 when Ryan Curran scored from the penalty spot. PLAYER OF THE MATCH was Mason Gregg. (29/10/11)
The RESERVE TEAM met neighbours Salford Victoria Reserves at Salford Sports Village and thanks to a hard working and disciplined performance secured a 3-0 win. United produced some powerful attacking football in the first half but were only 1-0 up at the interval courtesy of Jamie Fawcett who was set-up by a piece of super skill from Matthew King. Apart from a few counter-attacks Salford Victoria were forced to defend as Beechy continued to dominate possession in the second period and two goals from Danny Browne earned United a fully deserved victory. Also at Salford Sports Village Roy Owen (2) Wes Pierce (2) Mark Carney and Phil Heyworth scored the goals as the SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM beat Manton Wanderers 6-0. Aaron Gartley and Bailey Higham were on target for the UNDER 10's THUNDER who were held to a 2-2 draw by Barr Hill Hearts. The UNDER 9's STORM drew 1-1 away at Moorside Rangers Red who's keeper produced some outstanding saves. MAN OF THE MATCH Alfie Marks was United's goalscorer. Re-discovering the winning formula were the UNDER 9's TORNADOS. A brilliant all-round performance was rewarded with a 4-2 away win over Flixton Junior Bulldogs. Edward Stenton was voted MAN OF THE MATCH and the goals came via Shaun Hartley (2) Leighton White plus an own goal. (5/11/11)
In the Timperley and District League the YOUTH TEAM moved up the Division 2 table following a convincing 6-1 away win over Fletcher Moss Rangers. A dominant display by United produced goals for Tito Jorge (4) Mikiya Habtab and Isaac Munyegera. The UNDER 10's HURRICANES had to settle for a 3-3 after their home game against South Manchester Tigers. Louis Potts (2) and David Williams got the goals while Marcus Kiyaki was the team's Best Player. (6/11/11)
For the second successive Saturday the UNDER 11's HURRICANES played Sporting Leigh in a Friendly Match. United who lost the contest 6-2 scored goals via Louis Kennedy and Sam Crossley while Dan Flanagan won the BEST PLAYER AWARD. Going goal crazy were the UNDER 10's STORM. In their Challenge Cup match at Beech Farm Playing Fields Joe Cox (3) M-O-M Dylan Hilton (2) Mitchell Nolan (2) Adam Hall and Declan Nolan were on target as Beechy strolled to a 9-2 victory. Liam Davies netted a consolation goal for the UNDER 8's STORM in the home fixture with Swinton Junior Pumas. Voted MAN OF THE MATCH was Riley Phythian. Producing a top-class performance were the UNDER 8s TORNADOS who met Urmston Town Spartans. Noel Aredu, M-O-M Max O'Brien, Henry Stenton and Shaun Heywood got the goals. In their home game against AFC Monton the UNDER 7's STORM nominated Thomas Cox as their Star Player. The goals were fired in by Alex Vanden and Charlie Armitage. (12/11/11)
THE SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM who were in action away at Torpedo Chorlton produced a poor first half display and had to come from a goal before securing a 3-2 victory. Andy Lord was voted MAN OF THE MATCH and all United's goals scored by Mike Heyworth (2) and Wes Pierce came in the second half. In Round 2 of the Amateur Cup the RESERVES beat Moorside Rangers 3-1 at Salford Sports Village. A 4-5-1 system worked perfectly for Beechy who led 2-0 at one stage courtesy of both goals by Danny Browne and though Rangers pulled a goal back they never really threatened to cause an upset. James Brierley added the third goal and following a brilliant midfield performance Steven Griffiths was named as the TEAM'S BEST PLAYER. Away at Boothstown Bulls the UNDER 12's Storm found themselves 2-0 down after only ten minutes but they quickly put the setback behind them and pulled it back to 2-2 by half time. It was a different story in the second period as United took control and eased their way to a 5-2 victory which kept them as leaders of SCOSSL's Division 1 table. The goals were fired in by Tom Battersby, M-O-M Josh Edwards, Tom Walker and Taylor Share. Following their away game with Swinton Juniors the UNDER 11's Tornadoes retained second place in the Division 1 9v9 table. Beechy fully deserved their 4-1 win given to them via goals from Jack Farrell (2) Ellis Burke and Callum Daley. Chosen for the Man of the Match Award was Oliver Ormerod. Goals by Jordan Lyons (2) and Aaron Gartley earned the UNDER 10's Thunder a 3-2 away victory at Flixton Juniors. STAR PLAYER was Bailey Higham. (19/11/11)
In action in the Timperley and District Junior League were the Under 14's Tornados who remained as leaders of Division 3 after a 6-2 victory over Timperley Villa. In the first half Beechy's all-round play was brilliant and the points had been guaranteed when they led 5-1. Goalscorers were Player of the Match Jordan Jones-Waite (2) Ryan Bevan (2) Matthew Wood and Ben Lockett. Gale force winds failed to stop the Under 12's Sunday team from getting back to winning ways. At home to Benchill Celtic goals by Taylor Share (2) and Tristan Ainsworth put United 3-0 up at half time. The visitors managed to pull a goal back but Beechy were always in control and deserved their 3-1 win. (27/11/11)
It might have been a case of two points dropped but United's 1ST TEAM were happy to settle for just one following their 1-1 draw away at Rochdale Sacred Heart. As they extended their Division 1 unbeaten run to nine games Beechy closed the gap slightly on leaders Wythenshawe Town. Both teams were handicapped throughout by heavy rain but they still managed to create moments of high-quality soccer and it was Rochdale Sacred Heart who grabbed the lead midway in the first half. Two minutes after the restart United equalised when Mike Leach cleverly created the chance for his brother Dave and despite a brave effort by the keeper Beechy's leading goalscorer powered the ball home from just inside the area. As the heavy pitch deteriorated the match lost most of it's early sparkle and Rochdale Scared Heart finished the game with only ten players following a red card incident. Keeper Lee Hall produced a classy display but Gary Wallis was United Man of the Match. In the North Bury Junior League the Under 15's re-discovered the winning formula when they beat Rochdale St Clements 4-1. This victory ended a run of seven successive defeats. Man of the Match Liam Ackland (2) Shaun Ferguson and Ryan Lee got the goals. Brad Smith was the Under 12's Hurricanes Best Player in their away encounter with Barr Hill Aces. So far this season United's form had been erratic and once again Beechy were punished for some poor defending and suffered a 4-2 defeat. The goals came via Mason Gregg and Ryan Curran. (3/12/11)
On Saturday 10th December 2011 the Under 12's Hurricanes were the only team in the Mini-Soccer and Junior Section to beat the adverse weather. United's home pitch at Stott Lane Salford was in excellent condition and Beechy took full advantage when they met Swinton Junior Lions. Ben Crowther gave United a deserved lead but the visitors got back level when a long distance effort was misjudged by stand-in keeper Harry Grimshaw. A great move involving Kai Leonard and Elliot Hogben ended when Matthew Whiteside hammered the ball into the roof of the net to give Beechy a 2-1 advantage at the break. In the second half Swinton Junior Lions looked more of a threat going forward but they got no joy against United's superbly organised back four of Daniel Hickey, Lucas Warburton, Mason Gregg and Ryan Curran. The third goal came via Ben Crowther and Matthew Whiteside completed the scoring when he made it 4-1 inside the last ten minutes. In their last match of 2012 the SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM were happy to settle for a 1-0 win following their home game against Brownley Albion. Throughout the first half United gave the ball away far too easily and relied heavily on defenders Andy Lord, Chris Lucas, M-O-M Daniel Eckersley and Dave Harrison. What proved to be Beechy's winning goal arrived in the 51st minute when Phil Heyworth displayed a great piece of skill before hammering the ball past the keeper from 25 yards.
The 1ST TEAM ended the year on a winning note when they beat Leigh Athletic 3-1 at home in Round 1 of the Murray Shield. Straight from the kick-off both teams produced some brilliant football played at a terrific pace and they were only let down by some poor finishing. United made the breakthrough in the 43rd minute via a classic counter-attack involving Luke Mather and Jamie Sinnott who made goalscoring look easy as he superbly lobbed the ball over the keeper. Three minutes into the second half United led 2-0 thanks to great play between Luke Martin and Carl Jones who's accurate low cross was met by Tom Carroll and he side-footed the ball into the roof of the net. Leigh Athletic began to control the match forcing United to do some serious defending and the back four of Mather, Martin, Man of the Match Anthony Wallis and Andrzej Browne faced some heavy pressure. They survived until the 82nd minute when Leigh Athletic were awarded a corner and during a goalmouth scramble the ball was forced into the net by the visitors centre half. Leigh Athletic were obviously dreaming of scoring another goal and forcing extra time but United had other ideas because less than sixty seconds later they got their third goal. Steve Erskine who had given a fine display in midfield set-up Jamie Sinnott for another magnificent finish. (17/12/11)
Back in action after the Christmas/New Year break were Beechy RESERVES who booked their place in the Manchester Amateur Cup Quarter-Final's. In difficult conditions United faced Lancashire and Cheshire League outfit Manchester Rovers and despite a below-par display eventually won the contest 1-0. Throughout an evenly balanced first half both teams had numerous opportunities to score several goals and United best chances fell to James Brierley, Richard Farnie and Matthew Robertson. Beechy's match winner came in the 34th minute thanks to excellent work from Danny Browne who set-up the unmarked Michael Keane and he found the back of the net from about 12 yards. Manchester Rovers were better organised in the second half and threatened to equaliser on several occasions but United remained rock-solid in defence with superb performances from full backs Peter Adams and Peter Reid and keeper Andrew Coogan guaranteed United the victory when he made a couple of outstanding saves in the closing minutes. (7/1/12)
The Stax City of Salford Soccer League's UNDER 12's Challenge Cup tie between United's Storm and Predators ended with a 4-0 win for Storm who led 3-0 at the interval. Tom Walker, Tom Battersby, Jake O'Brien and Declan Hopkins got the goals and sharing the Man of the Match Trophy were Taylor Share and Zach Booth. In their most recent fixture the Under 10's Storm lost 3-0 away to Cherrybrook JFC. The Man of the Match Trophy was won by George Bailey. Beechy Under 8s Tornados were in action against Deans Sports and netted a consolation goal via Noel Aredu. Best Player was Shaun Heywood. (14/1/12)
In the Timperley and District Junior League the Under 14's Tornados drew 1-1 away with Urmston Town Tigers. Despite a swerling wind the match flowed rapidly from end to end in the first half during which Urmston Town displayed the better attacking ideas. United's Man of the Match Blake Pearson gave Beechy the lead when he took a free kick and floated the ball into the net from 35 yards. Chances were on offer to United to score a second goal and claim all three points but the failed to take advantage and with just ten seconds remaining Urmston Town grabbed a dramatic equaliser. (22/1/12)
Producing their best performance so far this season were the UNDER 13's Hurricanes who beat Salford Junior Raiders 4-0 at Littleton Road. Beechy's superb exhibition of non-stop attacking football was a joy to watch and they sealed the victory with goals from Reece Ratclffe (2) and James Sinclair (2) Following a lengthy lay-off the UNDER 11's Hurricanes met Boothstown Juniors in the Challenge Cup and despite a vastly improved display they lost the tie 9-4. The Best Player Award was shared between Mason Byrne and Elliot Kelly who scored two goals plus there was a goal apiece for Daniel Wright and Louis Kennedy. The SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM moved smoothly into the Quarter Final's of the Manchester Evening News Cup after their emphatic 6-0 win over George FC. The match had been switched to Salford Sports Village because United's opponents pitch was unplayable and on the artificial surface Beechy dominated the tie from start to finish. The goals came via Dave Harrison (2) Mark Carney, Dean Quinn, Daniel Eckersley and Manager Graham Rothwell. (28/1/12)
Beechy RESERVES picked up three valuable points following their Division 3 home game with Wilmslow Albion Reserves but United who led 5-0 at half time eventually won the contest 5-3. In the first forty five minutes United outclassed their opponents and scored some quality goals via Michael Keane (2) Steve Crowe, Kieran Holt and Alex Clarke. The visitors who were better organised after the break produced a spirited fightback and United keeper Andrew Coogan who had been virtually a spectator in the first half was suddenly the busiest player on the pitch. Substitute Matthew King gave a fine display but it was Richard Farnie who was voted Man of the Match. (11/2/12)
Three of United's four teams who play in the Timperley and District Junior League enjoyed victories. The UNDER 12's Sunday team won 6-4 away at Benchill Celtic thanks to goals from Tristan Ainsworth (3) Zach Booth (2) and Joe Ackerman. After conceding the opening goal the UNDER 16's came back to beat Irlam Rangers 2-1. Aaron Keenan scored both goals while stand-in keeper and Man of the Match Ashley Sykes saved a penalty in the last minute. Goals by Tito Jorge (2) Brad Derbyshire and Mikiya Habtab secured the YOUTH TEAM a 4-1 home win over Wythenshawe Amateurs. Emergency keeper Kieran Fee produced a superb performance. But the UNDER 14's Tornados were beaten 2-0 at home by Altrincham Juniors. Following a disappointing team display United's Man of the Match Award was shared between Kyle Leather and Jordan Jones-Waite. (26/2/12)
Celebrating in style were the SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM who won the Manchester Evening News Cup. United beat Chadderton FC 1-0 following a tense final played at the home of West Didsbury and Chorlton. After being crowned First Division champions Chadderton started favourites before the game. United who were last seasons beaten finalists were obviously hoping to get their hands on the winners trophy but they knew their opponents would be a tough team to beat. The first half was a tight affair with both teams producing some heroic defending though in the early stages it was Chadderton who created the better chances. Beechy keeper and Man of the Match Dan Lee plus central defenders Chris Lucas and Daniel Eckersley were outstanding throughout the match. United's best opportunity of taking the lead in the first half fell to Wes Pierce who blasted the ball over the crossbar from close range. It was much the same story in the second half and after reverting to a 4-4-2 formation United gradually dictated the pace of the game. Beechy's match winning goal arrived in the 83rd minute when following a poor clearance by the Chadderton keeper the ball looped towards Dean Quinn who was just outside the area. Dean quickly adjusted his position on the pitch and skillfully placed a header across the keeper and into the net. United managed to withstand Chadderton's late push for an equaliser during a tense finish but Beechy still found time to create a couple of counter-attacks. On one occasion Dean Quinn fired a terrific shot towards the top left hand corner of the post and crossbar but the Chadderton keeper produced a truly outstanding save. Having lost both league games to their opponents this was a fabulous effort by all the United players who collected their individual medals during an after match presentation. (5/5/2012)
The annual Mini-Soccer/Junior Section Awards Ceremony was held at the Salford City Stadium on Saturday 23rd June 2012. All players who represented the club throughout the season received a trophy but the main awards presented on the day were as follows:- U/7s Storm - PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Adam Rothwell MANAGER'S MERIT AWARD - Ellis Craven - SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR - Luke Carr U/7s Tornados - POTY - Dan Connelly MMA - Jake O'Sullivan SOTY - Sam Jones U/8s Storm - POTY - Billy Wadeson MMA - Zaz Banham SOTY - Sanders Williams U/8s Tornados - POTY - Ben Naylor MMA - Luke Walton SOTY - Lucas Allen U/8s Hurricanes - POTY - Adam Belfield MMA - Mason Williamson SOTY - Joshua Allen U/9s Storm - POTY - Callum Doyle MMA - Jack Conway SOTY - Caeson Gibson U/9s Tornados - POTY - Daniel Allerton MMA - Lewis Boothman SOTY - Nathan Brown U/10s Storm - POTY - Adam Hall MMA - Dylan Hilton SOTY - Denon Dalton U/10s Hurricanes - POTY - Kaydn Craven MMA - David Williams SOTY - Josh Mort U/10s Thunder - POTY - Bailey Higham MMA - Noel Rosevere SOTY - Tyler Davies U/11s Tornados - POTY - Tom Hall MMA - Leyton Taylor SOTY - Josh Reynolds U/11s Hurricanes - POTY - Cameron Peacock MMA - Lewis Jones SOTY - Daniel Flanagan U/11s Predators - POTY - Alex Doyle MMA - Lucas Morgan SOTY - Robert Boardman U/12s Storm - POTY - Ridley Cassidy MMA - Taylor Share SOTY - Joe Ackerman U/12s Hurricanes - POTY - Lucas Warburton MMA - Mason Gregg SOTY - Ben Crowther U/12s Sunday - POTY - Zach Booth MMA - Tristan Ainsworth SOTY - Joe Parker U/13s - POTY - Declan Riley MMA - James Sinclair SOTY - Ed Bird U/14s - POTY - Blake Pearson MMA - Alex Smith SOTY - Matthew Wood U/15s Girls - POTY - Emily Johnson MMA - Shannon Smith SPOTY - Rebecca Duff U/15s - POTY - Jack Stapleton MMA - Harry Wragg SOTY - Tom Small U/16s - POTY - Jordan Hignett MMA - Harry Winstanley-Potter SOTY - Connor Cunningham Youth Team - POTY - Brad Derbyshire MMA - Tim Ogunleye SOTY - Kieran Fee BRIDGFORD SHIELD (Team of the Year) - U/10s Storm MIKE BRIDGFORD (Team of the Year) - U/12s Hurricanes MANAGER OF THE YEAR - Craig Doyle DEVELOPMENT AWARD - Charlie Armitage BARRY SALISBURY AWARD - Richard Jackson and Stuart Wharton TEN YEAR AWARDS - Sam Watton-O'Brien and Liam Parker. FIVE YEAR AWARDS - Alex Doyle, Brandon Kent, Robert Jones, William Jones, Harry Cottrill, Jacob Farr, Jack Farrell, Scott Proven, Josh Reynolds and Matthew Whiteside. RECOGNITION AWARDS - Gary Parker, Andy Wilson, Richard Jackson and Stuart Wharton. COLIN RODEN MEMORIAL TROPHY (Team of the Year 2012) - U/7s - Jacob Lacey U/8s - Max O'Brien U/9s - Jordan Warburton U/10s - Liam Wilson U/11s - Mason Taylor U/12s - Elliott Hogben U/13s - Henry Misell U/14s - Michael McKiernan U/15s Girls - Danielle Farrand U/15s - Kiernan Bentley U/16s - Ashley Sykes-Baines Youth Team - Hakim Rezgui.
End of Season (Senior Section Awards) 1ST TEAM- MANAGER'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Tim Taylor PLAYERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Steve Erskine SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR - Rob Harrison. RESERVE TEAM - PLAYERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Steven Griffiths MANAGER'S MERIT AWARD - Matthew King SPORTSMAN OF THE YEAR - David Simmons. SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM - MANAGER'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Daniel Eckersley and Ben Donohue PLAYERS PLAYER OF THE YEAR - Phil Heyworth.
LEADING GOALSCORERS - 1ST TEAM-Dave Leach 22 goals, RESERVES-Michael Keane 12 goals, Sat Morning Team-Mike Heyworth 17 goals, YOUTH TEAM-Tito Jorge 10 goals, UNDER 16's-Ashley Sykes-Baines 8 goals, UNDER 15's Girls-Rachel Farrand 16 goals, UNDER 15's-Jack Ryan 11 goals, Under 14s-Callum Van-Dieman 14 goals, UNDER 13s-James Sinclair 15 goals, UNDER 12's-Hurricanes Ben Crowther 20 goals, UNDER 12's-Storm Taylor Share 31 goals, UNDER 12's Sunday-Taylor Share 14 goals, UNDER 11's-Hurricanes Ellis Carr 11 goals, UNDER 11's-Predators Jordan Coates 20 goals, UNDER 11's-Tornados Jack Farrell 27 goals, UNDER 10's-Hurricanes Louis Potts 31 goals, UNDER 10's Storm-Joe Cox and Connell Griffin 14 goals each, UNDER 10's-Thunder Tyler Davies 16 goals, UNDER 9's-Storm Callum Doyle 40 goals, UNDER 9's Tornados-Leighton White 16 goals.
SATURDAY MORNING SENIOR TEAM. Players registered for cup games Season 2011/2012. Dan Lee, Dave Harrison, Chris Lucas, Phil Heyworth, Ben Donohue, Wes Pierce, Gareth Burns, Michael Hay, Dean Quinn, Kyle Wray, Mike Heyworth, David Senigla, Roy Owen, Jim Walsh, Graham Rothwell, Daniel Eckersley, Andy Lord, Steve McCune, Mark Carney, Nwame Perez. Also Paul Harrison to coaching staff.