Daniel Pringle scoops Berkshire Football Awards nomination




Daniel Pringle has picked up a Berkshire Football Awards nomination in the Berks County FC Outstanding Contribution To Local Football category.

Daniel is involved with Laurel Park FC, a boys and girls club in Lower Earley, and is a PE teacher at a local school.

The nomination we received for Daniel said: “Daniel is committed to giving young people the opportunity to play football and love the game. He voluntarily runs the Laurel Park FC U10 Diamondz and Starz sides. In August 2021, they had a squad of 7 players, and at the time of writing, this had grown to two squads of 19 players due to his emphasis on fun and teamwork in his sessions. He is also a local PE teacher at Maiden Erlegh School and takes numerous school teams to countless fixtures across each year. He has really pushed girls football at school and this year the school pledged that all girls would have equal opportunities to play football as the boys going forwards. On top of this, he also runs the Berkshire School’s FA U16 girls football side and has done for the past 4 years. He coached the very best girls in the county and pitches them against opposition from up and down the country.”

Do you think Daniel is a worthy winner, or have you got other contributions to tell us about? Scroll down to fill out the nomination form for the Berks County FC Outstanding Contribution To Local Football award.

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Scroll down to the bottom of this article for the nomination form. Before you do that though, here’s what the judging panel are looking for when choosing the shortlist.

What’s the story? Tell us exactly why the person or place should be considered. We hate to get all ‘X Factor journey’ on you but the more detail you can include, the better we can argue for your nominee for the short list.

The sort of details we love to see include things like player awards, goals, clean sheets and any other significant contributions to the footballing community – obviously within the 2021/22 season.

There have already been hundreds of nominations for the 2022 awards, we’ve published a lot but still have a lot more to do!

You can view all the 2022 nominees so far here.

Want to know who’s previously won what at the Berkshire Football Awards? There’s a big long page with all the previous winners here.

Nominations will be open until midnight on Tuesday 31st May 2022. Once that date has passed the nominations in each category will be put before a panel of judges for a decision, the top three announced online and the winners at the awards night on Wednesday 15th June.

We will accept nominations for people out of area, the only prerequisite is that the reason for nomination is that it must be because of an affiliation with a club we cover on Football in Berkshire (a full list is at the bottom of this page). We will present certificates and a trophy to the winners.

  • You can nominate as many people as you like for each award
  • Please try and avoid nominating your own family members.
  • Due to difficulties in obtaining permissions under child protection laws we won’t consider any player under the age of 16 for nomination in any of the categories

Nomination Form

The nomination form for the 2022 Berkshire Football Awards will be live at the beginning of March.

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