Timsbury Athletic looked back on another highly-successful season when it held its annual Presentation night at the Cricket Clubroom. The first team finished third in the Somerset County League Division 1 East and after a thrilling cup campaign reached the final of the League Cup competition for Premier and Division 1 sides before losing out to a strong Shirehampton side. The strength of the club was also highlighted by the successful resurrection of the A team under the guidance of Paul Hallett.
Young defender Callum Taylor was the big winner on the night after another outstanding season. He received the Roy Lockyer Memorial Trophy as Supporters’ Player of the Year and was named both Young Player of the Year and the First Team Players’ Player of the Year which was presented by James Allen of Allen Residential. Rhys Cook was Dom Eatherden, the Manager’s Player of the Year after a superb first season with the club when he grabbed 44 goals.
The Reserve team Manager, Kevin Abbott’s award was shared between Declan Murphy and Mark Hancock with Cain Murphy the players’ choice. For the A team Joe Gordon-Hallett was the Players’ Player of the Year with Zak Cox the manager’s choice. Paul Hallett was named as the Clubman of the Year and received the James Adams Memorial Trophy from the President Chris Fear.