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End of Season Awards 2017

Thanks to everyone who came to the Burleigh Arms last Saturday for the Cambridge Awards evening.
In the end a total of 60 people turned out which made for a tight fit.
The pub put on loads of food for everyone and there was still plenty left at the end.

Kat took up the gauntlet of presenting the awards, ably assisted by Sue-Ellen.
Congratulations to all our award winners:

Women’s Player of the Year : Anna Goddard
Women’s Most Improved Player: Cat Thompson
Female Junior Player of the Year: Megan Green
Men’s Player of the Year: James Knoop
Men’s most Improved Player : Matthew Maynard
Male Junior Player of the Year: Sam Missin
Referee of the year: Gene MacDonald
Club Person of the Year: Dan Mendis and Matt Emmerson

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End of Season Awards and Drop Off Tournament

Cambridge Touch invites you all to join our annual end of the season party.

Saturday 9th September

End of Season Party 2017 Sign up

During the day there will be a drop off tournament starting at 2pm on Coldhams Common.
This will be followed by the awards party at 18.00pm in the Burleigh Arms


Drop Off Tournament

Teams will start with 6 on the pitch and lose a player every 2 minutes until down to 3.
First team to score wins unless within first set of six then opposing team has right to reply.
Captains will be asked to register their interest in the coming weeks.
2pm @Coldhams Common

Awards Party

Come help us celebrate another great year for Cambridge Touch.
There will be the annual prize giving and presentations to team MVPs

To Register: let your captain know that you are coming and pay them the £10 cost or sign up below

End of Season Party 2017 Sign up

2016 Player Awards

Tonight we celebrated the end of the season in style with another shindig a the Brewhouse. With over 50 people attending it was a great occasion.

First award was for Jon Lovell who achieved 50 consecutive games in the National Touch Series.
A signed photo of Steve is something that everyone would be chuffed with.

The rest of the yearly awards went like this:

  • Best Male Player – Glenn Jones
  • Best Female Player – Rosannah Cormack and Emilie Eve
  • Most Improved Male – Steven Field
  • Most Improved Female – Tamara Slater
  • Junior Male – Olly Maynard
  • Junior Female – Lucy Norburn
  • Referee Award – Charlie Crowther
  • Club Award – Matt Emmerson