Last night was the Swindon Supermarine Football Club 2021/22 presentation evening at the club, we hope everyone attending had a great night, in what was our first presentation evening for three years due of course to the Covid-19 epidemic.
The evening kicked off with Club Director and President Steve Moore speaking about part of the club’s plans for our 30th Anniversary this year and revealing our new badge which was shown on video that can be viewed here, click this link. Many thanks to Leigh Moore at Creative Players for producing this excellent video. Steve also revealed the new away red shirt for the 2022/23 season that was chosen by the clubs supporters.
Steve Moore kicks off the evening with details about the new badge
After seeing the new video everyone tucked into the hot buffet and then we began the awards presentation to the players. A number of key moments are captured by club photographer Steve Brennan of Motion Sport Photography below whilst his full gallery can be viewed by clicking this link.
Conor McDonagh won the ’Goal of the Season’ award. With Conor on holiday this was picked up by Karen Shepphard
Kieran Phillips was the club’s leading goalscorer. Presented by assistant manager Charlie Griffin
The Sid Mills Management’s Player of the Season was awarded to Kieran Philips by manager Lee Spalding and assistant Charlie Griffin and Sid’s granddaughter
Lewis Hall won the Players Player award presented by chairman Jez Webb and manager Lee Spalding
Karen Shepphard along with kit men Swindon Dave and Connor Hanlon were presented each with a meal voucher and drink by the management team for looking after them during the season. Karen for keeping them fed on the away coaches and the lads for sorting out every kit issue they had during the season
Ryan Campbell was awarded the Supporters Player of the Season presented by Steve Gunnett
Physio Aaron Stubbs received a bottle of champagne and thanked by chairman Jez Webb on behalf of the club as this was his last season with the club.
Each of the following players received a bottle of champagne from chairman Jez Webb for their service with SSFC having played over 100 games for the club, with two players having played over 200 hundred games.
Jamie Edge 123 games
Henry Spalding 129 games
Ryan Campbell 204 games
Unfortunately, four of the players that were awarded a bottle of champagne were not in attendance, Martin Horsell with 109 games, Matt Liddiard 119 games, Conor McDonagh 141 games and Brad Hooper 239 games.