BALLYNAHINCH UNITED FC NOTES Ballynahinch United held their Annual Dinner and end of season awards event in Cloisters, Dromore Street, last Friday night. The large turnout enjoyed an excellent meal and was very appreciative of the service they received from the management and staff in Cloisters. Club Chairman Gilbert Cromie thanked the managers and players of all three senior teams for their efforts throughout the season and he commended the club’s committee and office bearers for their outstanding efforts and the assistance and encouragement provided by the sponsors and supporters alike. He made particular mention of the efforts of everyone who had been involved in the work programme which had seen major improvements to the changing and storage facilities and the scheme to improve the drainage of the pitch. He also paid tribute to the outstanding work being done by everyone involved in the youth section which had increased in numbers and expanded through the introduction of a girl’s team which would commence its league campaign in the Dale Farm League this very weekend. The awards for each team were introduced by the individual management groups with youth team coaches and officials Rab Carlisle, Jim Majury, Hannah Majury and Brian Steenson presenting the awards which were as follows: Albion: Leading Goal Scorer – Paul King Player’s Player of the Year – Johnny McGreevy Managers Player of the Year – Johnny McGreevy Swifts: Leading Goal Scorer – Johnny Stevenson Player’s Player of the Year – Craig McMullan Managers Player of the Year – Johnny Stevenson United: Leading Goal Scorer – Gareth McMullan Player’s Player of the Year – Ross Hayes Managers Player of the Year – Ross Hayes Club Young Player of the Year – Ethan Majury Club Overall Leading Goal Scorer – Johnny Stevenson Supporter of the Year – Robert Creighton Golden Boot – Ian Boal Following this week’s AGM arrangements will be made for a number of working parties to undertake improvements to the pavilion and the grounds at Millbridge and all players and supporters who can assist will be made very welcome.]]>


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