This season both Chadlington FC team improved in their results and league position. The First Team finished 4th in Division One and the Reserves 7th in Division Four.
First Team Players' Player of the Year
Jacob Hazlewood – Jacob played 22 games this season and always showed great commitment for the team in games. His hassling technique of opponents can switch effortlessly to creative play to drive the team on.
First Team Managers Player of the Year
Warren Holland – Warren played less games this season than last due to injury but his attitude was always spot on, especially when he returned to action. Regular at training and disciplined in games he performed consistently and showed great commitment to the club.
Reserve Team Players' Player of the Year
Alfie Peachey – Alfie only joined the team half way through the season but his skill and goals gave the Reserves a huge boost to finish the season strong. In his 14 games he scored 8 goals.
Reserve Team Managers Player of the Year
Jonnie Jeffcock – Jonnie showed huge commitment to the club this year and would play in any position thrown at him. Always competitive and present at training, he also slotted in for the First Team when called upon.
Young Player of the Year
Ethan Taylor – Ethan in his first full season for the Reserves really made an impact. He played 22 games in all and scored 7 goals from left midfield including 4 in one game.
Golden Boot Award
Matt Chadwick – In Matts second season for Chadlington he once again becomes top goal scorer. His 13 goals is one more than last year and helped Chad finish 4th in Division One.
Jack Legg – This is Jacks first season for Chadlington Reserves and in all he made 23 appearances including making his First Team debut. Jack played every game this year which is a huge achievement which will give him experience to build on for next year.
Lee Woodward – Lee joined Chadlington in 2012 with the reforming of Chadlington Reserves. Over the past 6 seasons he has played for both the Reserves and First Team and now is starting add goal scoring to his game. His record stands at 120 games, 27 goals.
Andy Wiffen – Andy joined in 2012, initially he played for the Reserves but stepped up to play for the first team in the Prem and Division One. Andy is a 100% committed player and never afraid to go forward or want the ball. His record stands at 109 games, 4 goals.
Updated 11:52 - 20 Aug 2018 by Chadlington Sports Club