Bracknell Football Awards: Young Player of the Season

Who was voted young player of the season?
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The Young Player of the Season category in the Bracknell Football Awards was contested with nine deserving entries.

There are two winners of the award with the judges unable to split the vote.

The joint winner scored 23 goals in 14 games for Binfield Youth who went on to win the Allied Counties Youth League South Division title for the first time.

That was EDDIE LEE.

Binfield FC's Eddie Lee.
Binfield FC’s Eddie Lee.

The other joint winner had her first, very successful season in adult ladies football scoring 18 goals in 22 games making her joint top goal scorer in the Southern Region Women’s League Division 1.

That was AMY WOOLLARD.

Fran Kirby (left) and Amy Woollard.
Fran Kirby (left) and Amy Woollard.

Finalists: Dan Roberts (Bracknell Town), Alex Reed (Woodley United)

Nominations: Alfie Glazebrook, Georgia Bowers, Harvey Rackley-Hayes, Kensley Maloney, Owen Powell

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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