Emmins honoured as Cockles' Members' Player of the Year.
PUBLISHED: 10:32 10 June 2010 | UPDATED: 11:31 18 June 2010
EXMOUTH RFC completed their successful season in National 3 South West with a very enjoyable weekend of festivities which were held in a large marquee at the club s Recreation Ground home, writes Jan McCarthy.
EXMOUTH RFC completed their successful season in National 3 South West with a very enjoyable weekend of festivities which were held in a large marquee at the club's Recreation Ground home, writes Jan McCarthy.
The weekend started with a Saturday evening Dinner and Dance and Presentation of Awards. The awards were the highlight of the season being rewards for activities both on and off the field.
On the Sunday lunchtime, the Juniors held their Awards ceremony throughout all the age groups and these were presented by Keith Pyne (President Exmouth RFC,) Tony Emmins (2nd XV Captain Exmouth RFC) and representatives from sponsors Tesco and Exmouth Round Table
Jack Downie was acclaimed as the Cockles' Player of the Year. The awards categories for each junior team were: Most Improved Player, Players' Player, Coaches' Award and Fair Play award.
Tony Emmins was voted the Members' Player of the Year with the 1st XV manager's award going to Adam Hooper.
Alex Hole won the 2nd XV manager's honour and in the 3rd XV that particular accolade went to Josh Pitman.
The top try score awards across the three senior sides went to Jack Downie (1st XV), Brad Perkins (2nd XV) and Mike Symons (3rd XV).
Downie crossed 19 times in the season, Perkins notched 16 and Symons was responsible for eight tries. Jack Westlake picked up the award for the Most Improved Player.
The Clubman Award was won by Nigel Burns and the Club Captain's Award went to Alan Pyne.
To complete the senior award, each of the three XVs named their respective Players' Player of the Year as Ben Boswell (1st XV), Brad Perkins (2nd XV) and Lloyd Murrin (3rd VX).
In terms of the Cockles Colts, the top try scorer for was Dan MacLeod with 11 for the campaign; MacLeod also lifted the award for the Colts' Player of the Year.
The Most Improved Colt award went to Ash Reid and the Colts' Clubman Award was won by Mark Roach.
The Junior Clubman honour went to Nigel Middleton and the award for Cockles' Colt of the Year was shared between Ty Tuckett and Joe Parkin.
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