Withycombe RFC junior section celebrate a super season

PUBLISHED: 19:28 24 May 2018

The trophy winners from the Under-14s, Under-15s and Under-16s.

The trophy winners from the Under-14s, Under-15s and Under-16s.

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Withycombe RFC held their annual presentations for the mini and youth players.

The Withycombe U7s and their coaching staff with Tom Johnson and Ian Whitten The Withycombe U7s and their coaching staff with Tom Johnson and Ian Whitten

It was certainly a celebration of what has been a magnificent season for the section with the Under-14s, Under-15s and the Under-16s all making it through to their respective age group Devon finals!

In terms of the individual player awards, trophies were handed out from the Under-6 age group upwards.

The youngest, the Under-6s, were up first and all were presented with medals. The Under-7s were next; Players’ Player – Joel Martin; Coach’s Player – Abi Parkes; Most Improved Player – George Walkey.

Under-8s: Players’ Player – Freddie Crofts; Coach’s Player – Ollie Cowling; Most Improved Player – Alice Thomas.

Withycombe Under-10s with their coaches and Exeter Chiefs star Ian Whitten. Withycombe Under-10s with their coaches and Exeter Chiefs star Ian Whitten.

Under-9s: Players’ Player – Jake Gibbs-Clarke; Coach’s Player – George Stone; Most Improved Player – Zac Mills.

Under-10s: Players’ Player – Jack Howes; Coach’s Player – Otto Salih; Most Improved Player – Elliot Morgan.

Under-11s: Players’ Player – Harry Walker; Coach’s Player – Callum Gore; Most Improved Player – Oliver Price.

Under-12s: Most Improved Player – Charlie Bagley; Players’ Player –- Lewis Tose; Coach’s Player – Max Rowley

The Withycombe RFC Under-14s, 15s and 16s line up together for an end of season group photograph. The Withycombe RFC Under-14s, 15s and 16s line up together for an end of season group photograph.

Under-14s: Players’ Player – The John Passmore trophy is presented for this award and this year it was shared by three players – Jack Ballet and Jude Baker-Hands and Max Wilkinson; Coach’s Player – Jude Baker-Hands; Most improved Player –Brad Worthington.

Under-15s: Players’ Player – Matt Edworthy; Coach’s Player – Matt Oliver; Most Improved Player – this award was shared by two players, Tom Real and Lewis Hillier; The Rob Rickards Trophy was presented to Rory Burston and the Parents’ Player award went to Tom Humphrey.

Under-16s: Players’ Player – Ben Dawson; Coach’s Player – shared by Harry Neath-Rogers and Jason Farrant; Most Improved Player – Josh Arbury.

The final presentation was to the combined side of Withycombe and Exmouth girls, who were all presented with MPS sponsored training jackets, made by Proserve.

The Withycombe RFC Under-8 team. The Withycombe RFC Under-8 team.

The Withycombe RFC U6s team with coaches and Tom Johnson. The Withycombe RFC U6s team with coaches and Tom Johnson.

The Withycombe and Exmouth girls The Withycombe and Exmouth girls

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