Minis and Junior End of Season Awards and Celebrations 2018/19

Minis and Junior End of Season Awards and Celebrations 2018/19

By Femi Oresanya
28th April
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Minis & Juniors Going From Strength to Strength

The last Sunday in April (28th) marked the end of the Minis and Juniors Season and in keeping with tradition, a combined Awards and BBQ celebration event was held. Thankfully the weather held up and made it a lovely afternoon. Click here for photos of the day.
The BBQ was arranged by the parents and was well attended. Many thanks to Moji Forde and the other helpers who manned the BBQ and served the food. The club, as ever is grateful for special deal given by Domino’s Pizza. The children (and the parents) loved them.

Squads across all age groups performed well at the various end of season festivals and the club is proud of their achievements.
All players received an end of season medal for their hard work and dedication. The following players received individual awards:

Taggers U5/6
Zeal & Effort – Soraiya Raymond
Perseverance & Determination – Max Baldwin

Taggers U7/8
Zeal & Effort – Samuel Gallon
Perseverance & Determination – Amelie Peoples-Alvarez
Sportsmanship – Mathias Lubega
Coaches Player – Ryan Payne

Best Defender – Lennox Galic
Best Attacker – Griffin Bennett
Coaches Player – Mateus Piechota

Best Defender – Dylan Francis
Best Attacker – Magnus Wright
Coaches Player – Mikael Reid

Best Defender – Daisy Drain
Best Attacker – Jack Allen
Coaches Player – Charlie Gaukrodger

Clubman – Luis Sanchez
Coaches Player – Eli Boateng

Best Defender – James Ward
Best Attacker – Jaden Wallace-Anderson
Clubman – Diran Oresanya
Coaches Player – William Robinson

Clubman – Ryan Kenningham
Coaches/Players Player – Dicken Mareemootoo

The Christopher McCarthy Award – Awarded to the player at the end of the season who most typifies Rugby’s Core Values (Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline and Sportsmanship) on and off the pitch.
Winner – Nathan Addy-Walker

Aside from the trophies and medals, special mentions are given to the players who this season have made it into the County and Club development programmes and played representative rugby.

The following u14s made it into the Surrey Development Player Programme
• Andy Aheto
• Cillian Lawlor
• William Robinson
• James Ward

The following u14s made the Harlequins Development Player Programme
• Harvey Akewe
• EJ Luteke
• Diran Oresanya
• Jaden Wallace- Anderson
• Lorenzo Zilli

Conor Oresanya played for IQ Irish Exiles u16s against Boys Colleges of Wales on 31st March and during the Easter holidays (14th – 18th April), he was the sole SCRFC and John Fisher School representative in the Harlequins u16 Academy Festival which took place at Wellington College.
Harlequins played Worcester Warriors, Saracens and Sale Sharks and won all three games. Conor played in the Worcester game on the right wing and scored 3 tries. He also played half a game in the Sale game at Full Back.
The club is proud that we can produce players of this quality and look forward to giving our younger players the opportunity to attain the same levels of success.
Have a great summer and see you all again on Sunday 8th September 2019.

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