The monster of glove collects Crows’ awards
ROYSTON Town goal-keeper Barry White received the backing of both his manager and fellow players as he picked up two trophies at the club s awards night, on Friday. Despite a season of struggle for the Crows, White, pictured, collected both the manager s
ROYSTON Town goal-keeper Barry White received the backing of both his manager and fellow players as he picked up two trophies at the club's awards night, on Friday.
Despite a season of struggle for the Crows, White collected both the manager's and players' player-of-the-year trophies.
Stuart Snowden prevented White from making a clean sweep of the first team trophies when he won the supporters' player-of-the-year award, while Jacquie Wilson picked up the chairman's award.
Sam Bowles emulated White by winning both the manager's and players' awards for the reserves, while in the youth side Michael Bloss won the manager's player-of-the-year trophy and James Meredith collected the players' equivalent.
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Amy Walker won the manager's award in the ladies' team, while Victoria Foulger win the players' trophy, and there were also awards for Emma Chaffey, Mandy Miller and Denise Willis.
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