Cheetahs Celebrate Successful 2017 Season

The Hertfordshire Cheetahs held their annual End of Season Awards at Raging Ball Bingo and Sports Club on Saturday 7th October 2017.


The evening started with a presentation of participation certificates to the 2017 Flag squad members, before moving on to the awards for the individual squads.

Youth winners:

Rookie of the Year – Seth Cyster-White
Most Improved Player – Andrew Higginson
Cheetah Spirit Award – Bryce Braddon
Coaches’ Pride Award – Finley Trendall
Players’ Player – Jack Stodel
Hit of the Year – Marcin Kurek (vs Wembley Stallions)
Offensive MVP – Liam MacGovern
Defensive MVP – Harry Hansard
Overall MVP – Marcin Kruek

Junior winners:

Rookie of the Year: Johanne Remigio
Most Improved Player: Johanne Remigio
Cheetah Spirit Award: Norman Bradford
Coaches’ Pride Award: Ed Hollis
Players’ Player: Fab Hayward
Hit of the Year: Frank Delciampo (vs Solent Seahawks)
Special Teams MVP: James Abegglen
Offensive MVP: Jack Stodel
Defensive MVP: Francois Earp
Overall MVP: James Abegglen

Senior winners:

Rookie of the Year: Ryan Hargreaves
Most Improved Player: Patrick Armstrong
Cheetah Spirit Award: Salim Elomari
Coaches’ Pride Award: Mark Foster
Players’ Player: Ben Brown
Hit of the Year: Matt Bright (vs Hastings Conquerors)
Offensive MVP: Tj Ajayi
Defensive MVP: Thomas Hutton
Special Teams MVP: Luke Neal
Overall MVP: Jason Scurfield

2017 Hall of Fame inductee: Shane Wilden – as there was no video last night because of the sound problem I have added to the post below.

John Nash Award for outstanding commitment: Grace Barnes

Chairmans Award: Jon Sheelan

Congratulations to all the award winners and for  a successful 2017 season.


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