Season to remember for Diss Town youngsters
- Credit: Archant
Diss Town's youth football teams rounded off the 2014-15 season with their presentation day held at Brewers Green Lane. The season was a great success again with all the teams doing well in their respective leagues.
The Under 8s and 9s play in non competitive leagues, including some indoor futsal during the winter. The U9 and U10 teams had success, winning the South Norfolk Plate Cups. The U11 team had a great season, finishing top their league, and the Under 13 Hawks have reached the final of the South Norfolk Plate Cup which is to be played on Sunday.
Around 140 players attended the two presentations along with their families. The younger age groups enjoyed games in the afternoon including penalty shoot outs and a speed gun.
All of the youth players received a trophy, along with managers' player, players' player, supporters' player and most improved player trophies being awarded in each age group.
Diss Town Youth start coaching from school year one upwards and will now be recruiting players for 2015-16 season.
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If you are interested in playing next season visit the website www.disstownfc.co.uk for details or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also anyone interested in getting involved in youth football in any way within the youth teams are requested to get in touch. The club will be looking to increase the number of girls playing. They currently have U11s and below girls coaching on Tuesday evenings and are looking for more coaches to help with this and other girls' age groups.
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Diss Town are grateful to all the parents and helpers who have assisted in various ways and supported the fundraising events during the season.
Under 8: Manager's Max Brooks; Players' Aiden Feakes; Parents' Keane Beckham; Most improved Alfie Burr.
Under 9: Most Improved Kieran Shibley; Supporters' Player Ryan Last; Players' Player Alan Wojenoda; Manager's Player Bradley West.
Under 10 Hawks: Most Improved Jacob Minns; Supporters' Player Dylan Ward; Players' Player Jenson Portway; Manager's Player Jenson Portway.
Under 10 Tigers: Players' Player Kai Thurston; Supporters' Player Christian Missankov; Most Improved Oscar Skilliter; Manager's Player Eddy Rockey.
Under 11: Most Improved Tyler Noller; Supporters' Player Alex Dunseith; Players' Player Dylan Gardiner; Manager's Player Matthew Munnings.
Under 13 Tigers: Most improved Josh Burfoot; Players' Player Joe Collett; Supporters' Player Joe Collett; Manager's Player Bradley Budd.
Under 13 Hawks: Players' Player Oliver Hunt; Supporters' player Henry Ready; Most improved Leo Abery; Manager's player Drew Cotton.
Under 14: Managers' Charlie Bowen; Most improved Charlie Crawford; Players' player Kieran Allen; Supporters' Harry Maguire.
Under 15: Players' Player Ollie Goodwin-Tallents; Supporters' player Ollie Goodwin-Tallents; Most improved Jamie Channell; Manager's Scott Wilby.