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2001/02 Annual Club Awards Night

The club's annual Awards took place on Saturday 18th May 2002 as part of a trip to Portsmouth Greyhounds. A night out at the dogs was enjoyed by player's and their families and friends as a full coach load left The White Horse.

Proud winners of the various awards included Mark Dando (Player's Player of the Year), Andy Webster (Leading Goalscorer), Ian Thurston (Manager's Player of the Year), Peter Cron (Club Captains Award for Most Improved Player) and Bradley Cron (Clubman of the Year)

Not so proud winners of Blunder of the Season, Stu Judd and Ade Holman took their trophies in good spirit as everyone relived their embarrassment of that awful own goal against Pirelli General.

Any Big Winners at the Dog Track ???......only the Landlord at the Grandstand Bar who had a bumper night I would think !


            What a Result !!!!!


Ibiza Summer 2002

Ten Members of our squad flew out to Ibiza on Saturday 22nd June 2002 to take part in a European 6 a Side Tournament run by Football Mundial. The lads, entering the competition for the second year running played under the name Totton's Ibiza Touring Squad or T.I.T.S. 

The matches were played in evening through to around midnight. This was the excuse given by many of them for the failure to score too often. On the footie front, the team was delighted to make it through their group into the knock out stages. They eventually lost in the last 16 to the eventual Runners Up, in a competition which attracted sides from around Europe.

             The Warm Up


A good time was had by all and plans are already underway for next year's foreign excursion with Dublin or Amsterdam being the favoured venues

Embarrassed or What ??????


2002/03 Annual Club Awards Night

The club's annual Awards took place on Saturday 24th May 2003 at the White Horse, Netley Marsh with a large turnout of Players and their partners. 

Proud winners of the various awards included Brad Cron (Player's Player of the Year) for the second time and also the award for the Leading Goalscorer, Gary Taylor (Manager's Player of the Year and Club Captains Award for Most Improved Player) and a Special Award for the retiring Manager Cliff Cron.

The not so proud winner of Blunder of the Season, Cliff Cron took his trophy in good spirit as everyone voted his mistakes as the funniest of the season.



2003/04 Annual Club Awards Night

The annual club awards were presented during a superb Club Event to Poole Dogs, with a full coach of players, their families and our sponsors having a great time.

Dan Foot's Player's Player Award was richly deserved. Brad Cron picked up the Leading Goalscorer and Manager's Player award. Gary Durkin won Most Improved Player and Matty Cron was presented with another Clubman of the Year award.  A special presentation was made to retiring manager Dan Stacey. The Blunder of the Season Award was made to Dan, not for the relegation but for losing 3 full kits at the laundrette !!

Club Chairman, Cliff Cron enjoyed the evening so much, he shared all his meal and drinks with the coach party on the way back to Totton !!!


2004/2005 Annual Club Awards Night

AFC Totton's Testwood Park was the venue for the End of Season Presentation Evening. There was a good attendance of players, their families and their friends for a disco and the club awards. The entertainment was provided by our own DJ Duo of Matt and Brad Cron.

It was an evening that several of the club's new signings for the season would remember as they won a number of the awards. The Player's Player of the Season Award went to Jamie Oliver. The Runner Up of this award was named by Cliff Cron as Managers Player of the Season. Chris Mills was far and away the club's Leading Goalscorer was an excellent 25 goals in a pretty poor season for the club. Matty Cron was awarded with the trophy for most improved player.

Gary Durkin picked up the award for for Blunder of the Season for a number of defensive mix ups but most particularly his superb headed own goal against Aalco at Millbrook Rec.

A Special Award was presented to Ade Holman for his services to the club over 9 years. The club was delighted to announce that Ade was to stay on with the club in the role of assistant Manager to Cliff Cron.

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