Bracknell Football Awards: Outstanding Contribution

Find out who has picked up the award for outstanding contribution
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The Outstanding Contribution category in the Bracknell Football Awards was contested with three deserving entries.

The winner though received the following tribute: “Not so much a single contribution, but for contribution (and yes many have helped). Just look at the transformation at Larges Lane. A team that nearly went down in a battered old ground to a team that lost out by a few points on the final day and could still deliver a cup treble [and indeed they did] in one season.”

The winner? Bracknell Town chairman KAYNE STEINBORN-BUSSE.

Congratulations Kayne on being the first ever recipient of the Bracknell Football Awards Outstanding Contribution!

Bracknell Town chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse. Photo: Neil Graham.
Bracknell Town chairman Kayne Steinborn-Busse. Photo: Neil Graham.

Finalists: Ian Nile (EBYFL), David Wright (Bracknell News).

Click here to see all the 2016/17 season Bracknell Football Award winners.

The Bracknell Football Awards narrowed down the finalists based on public vote and a panel of judges including Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth. We apologise for the late delivery of the awards results.

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