Berkshire Football Awards – Honours Board

A full list of winners over the last three years
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The Berkshire Football Awards – in its previous guise as the Bracknell Football Awards has been running since 2017 and has held awards ceremonies at Binfield Football Club since 2018.

Here’s a list of all the winners over the last few years.

More on the Berkshire Football Awards: All the 2020 winners and what was said Categories | Hall of Fame

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Most Improved Ground (previously Best Ground)

2017: Larges Lane (Bracknell Town)
2018: Hill Farm Lane (Binfield FC)
2019: The Rivermoor (Reading City)
2020: Lowther Road (Wokingham & Emmbrook)

Supporter of the season

2018: Mark, Julie and Chris Page Smith (Woodley United Ladies)
2019: David Bucktrout (Ascot United)
2020: Dennis Axton (Woodley United)

Volunteer of the Season

2017: Dean Allen (Pinewood FC)
2018: Steve Kay (Berks County)
2019: Bobby Ellis (Binfield FC)
2020: Steve Kay (Berks County)

Best photo

2019: Neil Graham (Joe Gater)
2020: Philip Benton (Matt Lench)

Goal of the Season

2017: Alfie Glazebrook
2020: Martin King (Hype Train)

Reporter of the Season

2020: Alicia Povey (Talking Women’s Football)

Best website or Social Media presence

2017: Not Awarded
2018: @WokinghamSport on twitter (Wokingham Paper)
2019: Reading City
2020: Caversham United

Best Isolation Engagement Campaign or Content

2020: BCA Skills Challenge (Jess Tripp – Berkshire College of Agriculture)

Outstanding contribution to local football

2017: Kayne Steinborn-Busse (Bracknell Town)
2018: Rob Challis (Binfield FC)
2019: Neil Graham (FC Bracknell)
2020: Martin Law (Reading City and Thames Valley Premier League)

Manager of the Season

2017: Michael Herbert (Woodley United)
2018: Marc Surtees and Nuno Antunes (Woodley United Ladies)
2019: Jamie Tompkins (Ascot United)
2020: Jamie Tompkins (Ascot United)

Referee of the Season

2017: George Maxwell
2018: Ollie Kaya
2019: James Knight (Bracknell Sunday League)
2020: Matthew Barrett (Bracknell Sunday League and East Berks Football League)

Young Player of the Season (Female)

2017: Amy Woollard (Ascot United)
2018: George Bowers (Ascot United) awarded as combined men’s and women’s
2019: Kiah Owen (Binfield)
2020: Megan Halfacree (Maidenhead United Women)

Young Player of the Season (Male)

2017: Eddie Lee (Binfield)
2019: James Richardson (Ascot United)
2020: Dan Roberts (Slough Town)

Player of the Season (Female)

2019: Charley Evans (Woodley United Ladies)
2020: Ellen Surtees (Woodley United Ladies)

Player of the Season (Male)

2017: Dave Hancock (Bracknell Town) awarded as combined men’s and women’s
2018: James Knight and Joe Grant (Binfield and Bracknell Town) awarded as combined men’s and women’s
2019: Dan Roberts (Windsor)
2020: Fabian Driffill (Holyport)

The Darrell Freeland Award for service to the local game

2018: Barry Haslewood (Bracknell Sunday League)
2019: Neville Batt (Bracknell Sunday League)
2020: Keith Thomas(Bracknell Sunday League)

Nominations are closed

Sorry, nominations for the 2020 awards are now closed.

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