The enthusiasm that has made Pinnstars Youth Football Club so successful was reflected in a bumper turnout of over 200 youngsters and their families for the Presentation Evening at The Fairway Inn, Moor Lane, Rickmansworth.

Pinnstars run teams for boys aged six to 16, and are looking for keen, players of good standard for next season.

Goalkeepers are urgently required for the U13 and U15 teams. Please contact Yvonee Jones (0181-868-5596) or Debbie Tipton (0181-248-2561) for details.

Awards were made to each player in the Soccer Sevens U6 and U7 teams, and to the rest of the players in each squad.


U8: Players' player: Courtney Francis. Manager's player: Aman Phull. Clubman: Iain Besant.

U9A: Players' player: Ben Trout. Manager's player:Andrew Forbes. Clubman: Haydon Nwanze.

U9B: Players' player: Thomas North. Manager's player: Arjun Maahadevan. Clubman: Steven Martin.

U10: Players' player: Joe Tipton. Manager's player: Lewis Petford/Nick Hodgson. Clubman: Jonathan Jones.

U11: Players' player: Andrew Coker. Manager's player: Robert Simmonds. Clubman: Charles Jeary.

U12: Players' player: David Daran. Manager's player: Ross McKay. Clubman Kieran Kelly.

U14: Players' player: Jack Rogers/Daniel Wybrow. Manager's player: Jack Rogers. Clubman: Gareth Devonshire/Harry Harvey.

U15: Players' player: Andrew Swindells. Manager's player: James De Angelis/Barry Sharman. Clubman: Christopher Williams.

U16: Players' player: Dean Morrison. Manager's player: Angus Stevenson. Clubman: Paul Leslie.

Christopher Barton was awarded the Statham Trophy, and club secretary Yvonne Jones collected the Chairman's Shield.

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Pinner Albion, Harrow's largest youth football team, are still on the lookout for players to boost their teams for next season.

Albion, who play at Headstone Manor Recreation Ground in Pinner View, Harrow have added an under-sevens team to their line-up for next term and so run sides from Under-sevens up to Under-18s.

Players interested in a trial or parents who would like to know more about the club should contact George Karaiskos on 0181 723 5027.

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