Boys Community Teams Presentation Nights

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The boys community teams held their annual presentation night to celebrate the achievements of the players over the 2018 season.

The 9th of November saw our 2009s combine a race night with their presentation night. 2009 coaches and parents worked extremely hard to put this night on, and it was a great success. The players received their awards from Scotland Internationalist Kris Commons.

On the 10th of November, we celebrated the successes of our 2008, 2008 Kilmacolm and 2010 teams. The players were also extremely lucky to be presented with their medals by the one and only Paddy McAlees. A lot of these children have progressed through our pathway from Paddy coaching them in nursery, to Micro Morton, to Mini Morton, and into our Community Teams.

On 23rd November it was the turn of our 2012, 2011, 2007 teams to receive their awards. Once again, the players were luck enough to have Morton FC’s first team player Chris Millar join them and present their awards.

Another great few nights for the teams and an opportunity to again show off all their hard work throughout the season. A massive thank you to all the parents who came along and supported the evenings as well as donated to the raffle.
Finally, a massive thank you to all the coaches who work tirelessly over the season developing all of our players.

Our individual winners over the season were as follows:
2010
Morton Community “Inspire Award” – Edwin Docherty

2009
Coaches Player of the Year – Lucas Wagstaff and Niall Kelly
Players Player of the Year – Blair Henry and Jonathan Miller
Sponsors Player of the Year – Jayden Glancy, Oliver Arthur and Robbie McMaster

2008 Kilmacolm
Coaches Player of the Year – Calum McDougal
Players Player of the Year – Blair Chalk

2008
Coaches Player of the Year – Connor Collins and Ryan Cummings
Players Player of the Year – Lee O’Donnell and Robert Hunter

2007
Coaches Player of the Year – Jayden Black and Stephen McIlroy
Players Player of the Year – Craig Doherty and Jay Dooley