Football: Walden Wanderers celebrate a successful 2011-12 season

17:30 28 May 2012

Walden Wanderers awards winners, from left, Matt Green (Managers Player of The Year), Tawqir Khan (Most Improved Player), Mike Hawkins (Players Player of The Year) and Harry Webb (Clubman of The Year).

Walden Wanderers awards winners, from left, Matt Green (Managers Player of The Year), Tawqir Khan (Most Improved Player), Mike Hawkins (Players Player of The Year) and Harry Webb (Clubman of The Year).

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WALDEN Wanderers held their presentation day for season 2011-12 at their home ground at Great Chesterford.

The winners of the individual awards were Matt Green (Manager’s Player of The Year), Tawqir Khan (Most Improved Player), Mike Hawkins (Players’ Player of The Year) and Harry Webb (Clubman of The Year).

Walden Wanderers will continue to play at U16 level for season 2012-13. Enquiries from prospective new players will be welcome – e-mail the club via barryb@homecall.co.uk

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