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Community success recognised at annual awards

Bristol City Community Trust offers its congratulations to all its post-16 students for their achievements in the past academic year.

BCCT recently held its annual celebration evening at Ashton Gate, with more than 280 people in attendance, including students, their families, education partners.

The PFA and EFL Trust were also present – along with some very special guests: vice-chairman Jon Lansdown, club president Marina Dolman, head coach Lee Johnson and his assistants Dean Holden and Jamie McAllister.

Awards were handed out for Players’ Player of the Year, Most Improved Player, Scholar of the Year and Volunteer of the Year. The evening finished with second year students being called to the stage to collect their graduation medallions. 

Here is the full rollcall of winners:

BCCT Volunteer of the Year – Conrad Britton

Year 2 Class Awards

Shaun’s Group

Most Improved Player of the Year – Kieron Hooper
Players’ Player of the Year – Aaron Finch
Scholar of the Year – Josh Watt

Charlotte’s Group

Golden Boot – Lydia Britt
Most Improved Player of the Year – Anisa House
Players’ Player of the Year – Lydia Britt
Scholar of the Year – Jayde Cook             

Chris’s Group

Golden Boot – Jimmy Woolland
Most Improved Player of the Year – Rammel Tapper
Players’ Player of the Year – Kai Long
Scholar of the Year – Ben Priddis

Billy’s Group

Golden Boot – Masen Newton
Most Improved Player of the Year– Kalan Bartlett
Players’ Player of the Year – Connor Heal
Scholar of the Year – Chris Farrow

Year 1 Class awards

Matt’s Group

Most Improved Player of the Year – Aaron Biddle
Players’ Player of the Year – Lewis Hanham
Scholar of the Year – Dan Chivers

Polly’s Group

Most Improved Player of the Year – Elly Davidson
Players’ Player of the Year – Mae Hawkins
Scholar of the Year – Connor Brady

Tennis Awards

Most Improved Player of the Year – India Cooper
Players’ Player of the Year – George Bulley         

Joe’s Group

Most Improved Player of the Year – Josh Thorne
Players’ Player of the Year – Robbie Tripp-Edwards
Scholar of the Year – Andy Peterson