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.
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
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
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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