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CAVERSHAM SENIOR AWARDS 2016

Tim Horner

Thanks to everyone who attended prize giving and helped make for a most memorable night. We draw the curtains on another successful season. Thanks for all your support. Champion club, champion teams, champion people.

Below is a list of some of our trophy winner's!

Club Awards:
Team of the Year: Premier
Goal Keeper of the Year: Liam Little
Mark Mansfield Most Promising: Ryan Fleming
Sid Williams Memorial Trophy: Jemma Osten

Premier Team:
Player of the Year: Andrew Ridden
Most Consistent: Sam Collier
Young Player of the Year: Ryan Fleming
Player's Player: Jared Grove

Fletcher Cup Team:
Player of the Year: Will Smith
Most Improved: Lennox Wilkins
Player's Player: Tim Cook
 

Division Three:
Player of the Year: Alan Mawhinney
Player's Player: Alan Mawhinney

Masters:
Player of the Year: Mark Owers

I am sure all of our winner's are wrapped with their individual successes, however in the Caversham way, they will be the first to acknowledge their team mates were all deserved of praise. It was a fantastic night and the perfect sign-off to what has been an absolutely terrific and unprecedented - The Train Reigns Once Again!

SOUTH ISLAND CHAMPIONS 2016

Tim Horner

Congratulations to the Men's Premier Team who have capped off a wonderful season by becoming the South Island Champions. They travelled to Christchurch on Saturday 3rd September to take on Cashmere Technical AFC under the lights of English Park. Dominating for large periods they fully deserved their 2 nil win and the South Island Crown!

2016 Premier and Division One Champions!

Tim Horner

They've only gone and done it again....On Saturday both Premier and Fletcher Cup teams played Dunedin Technical AFC. Both teams won their respective games and with it the Seconds secured the Division One title. In taking out both the Premier and Division One titles for a 3rd year running the club has achieved a rare and quite spectacular feat; a Triple Double. Congratulations to all involved!