Town players collect their medals

PUBLISHED: 17:50 15 May 2008 | UPDATED: 22:09 26 October 2009

Hatfield Town's players after clinching the title

Hatfield Town's players after clinching the title

PLAYERS from Hatfield Town s title winning squad have received their championship medals. Town s first team won the Herts Senior County League Premier Division crown in the season just gone by six points from long-time leaders Metropolitan Police Bushey.

Captain Gary Coley with the championship shield

PLAYERS from Hatfield Town's title winning squad have received their championship medals.

Town's first team won the Herts Senior County League Premier Division crown in the season just gone by six points from long-time leaders Metropolitan Police Bushey.

Hatfield netted a total of 98 league goals in 30 matches to beat the Police to the silverware and gain promotion to the Spartan South Midlands League.

Leading the list of medal winners is influential captain and defender Gary Coley, who was the Town first team players' player of the year for 2007/08.

John McGrandles

Also honoured were midfield dynamo Trevor Golder, supporters' player of the season Daniel Staples, Neil Doctor and John McGrandles, named the Mortgage Centre player of the year in the club's annual awards last weekend.

Championship medals also went to Wes Awad, Jason Beck, Richard Cooke, Lewis Field, striker Dave Hewing, Arnie Hunter, goalkeeper Sam Lacey, Rhys Lawrence, Jon Nevill, Lewis Owen, David Reade and Martin Standen.

Manager Trevor Lloyd, assistant Andy Prutton, coach Gary Ansell, goalkeeping coach Kevin Pearman and physios Chris Berks and Eddie Gabbott also collected medals.


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