HOCKEY: Awards bash completes a successful campaign for the ladies of St Neots

A selection of St Neots Hockey Club award-winners are Nathan Read, Evan Lincoln, Eleanor Pybus, Summ

A selection of St Neots Hockey Club award-winners are Nathan Read, Evan Lincoln, Eleanor Pybus, Summer Payne, Tim Sutton, Tanya Sargeant, Fiona Humphrey, Brad Forsdick, Kira Herbert and Jack Percival. - Credit: Archant

St Neots celebrated a successful season at their recent awards bash.

Their female sides starred during the 2017-18 campaign with the 2nds and 3rds both roaring to second successive promotions in the Five Counties Women’s League.

The 2nds were runners-up in Division Two whereas the 3rds swept to the Division Four title in unbeaten style.

St Neots 1sts finished comfortably in mid-table in their debut East Women’s League Division One campaign while the 4ths only just missed out on promotion when third in Division Five North-West (South).

It was a much less impressive season for the male ranks as the 2nds and 4ths were both relegated from their respective East Men’s League divisions.


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St Neots 1sts finished in mid-table in Division Three North-West, but were guilty of dropping a host of points by conceding late goals.

The club held a number of in-house fixtures to mark the end of the campaign head of their presentation event at St Neots Golf Club.

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Player-of-the-season awards were won by Brad Forsdick (Men’s 1sts), Jonathan Percival (Men’s 2nds), Nathan Read (Men’s 3rds), Geoff Watts (Men’s 4ths), Sam Evans (Men’s 5ths), Tanya Sargeant (Ladies 1sts), Rosy Sabatino (Ladies 2nds), Summer Payne (Ladies 3rds) and Becky Roberts (Ladies 4ths).

Other award-winners: Nick Payne (Club man), Fiona Humphrey (Club lady), Brad Forsdick (men’s top scorer), Kira Herbert (ladies’ top scorer), Evan Lincoln (men’s young player of the season), Eleanor Pybus (ladies’ young player of the season), Jack Percival (Ben Sturgess award), Tim Sutton (Hunt & Coombs outstanding contribution), Ladies 2nds (Hunt & Coombs most improved team).

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