All the Berkshire Football Awards 2020 nominees

Full list of everyone who's been nominated

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Football in Berkshire is proud to present all the nominees for the 2020 PlaySport Berkshire Football Awards.

Usually, we would be supplying a shortlist to you at this stage, but given the current state of things we thought we’d put the full list of nominees out, from which our judging panel will select the winners.

We’re hoping to start announcing the winners in the middle of next week, so stay tuned to our social media channels and email newsletter for that date.

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Off The Pitch Awards Shortlist

Most Improved Ground

  • Lowther Road (Wokingham & Emmbrook)
  • Racecourse Ground (Ascot United)

Supporter of the season

  • Geoff Lee
  • Courteney Maynard
  • James Monger
  • Denis Axton

Volunteer of the Season

  • Martyn Whell – Wallingford Town
  • Rhys York – Reading City
  • Steve Kay – Berks County
  • Ryan Sheehan – Reading City
  • Brian Baggaley – Reading YMCA
  • Chris Berry – Harchester Hawks
  • Victoria Pyke – Reading City
  • Ricky Simons – Bracknell Town
  • Martyn Foster – William Twigg Secretary
  • Chris Burnett – Woodley United
  • Romi Topi – FC Bracknell
  • Darren Woolley – Maidenhead United

Best photo

  • Sam Austin
  • Rob Mack
  • Neil Graham
  • Philip Benton
  • Graham Tabor
  • Andrew Batt
  • Richard Milam
  • Darren Woolley

Best website or Social Media presence

  • Pinewood FC
  • Bracknell Sunday League Twitter feed
  • Hurst FC
  • Berks County
  • Wargrave FC
  • Chris Beale
  • BCA Skills
  • Hype Train FC
  • Caversham United
  • Reading City FC
  • Woodley United FC
  • FC Bracknell

Reporter of the Season

  • Chris Burnett – Woodley United
  • Dave Wright – Bracknell News / Reading Chronicle
  • Ciaran Morrison – Hungerford Town
  • Andy Preston – Wokingham Times
  • Alicia Povey – Talking Women’s Football

Best Isolation Engagement Campaign or Content

  • Ascot United
  • BCA Skills Challenge
  • Caversham United
  • Woodley United FC under 8 Section

Outstanding contribution to local football

  • Robert Austin – Hype Train FC
  • Martin Law – Reading City
  • Mick White – Bracknell Town & District Sunday League
  • Nathan Bingham – Woodley United
  • Eva Thomas, Ruth Pearson & Holly Wilkins – Woodley United
  • Mark Rozzier – Woodley United
  • Neil Richards – Ascot United
  • Alicia Povey – Talking Women’s Football

On The Pitch Awards Shortlist

Goal of the Season

  • Charlie Craske – Berks County
  • Max Herbert – Bracknell Town
  • Dylan Ive – Windsor
  • Martin King – Hype Train
  • Josh Kelly – Maidenhead united
  • Mark Scott. Bracknell Town

Manager of the Season

  • Jamie Tompkins – Ascot United
  • Simon Johnson – Reading City
  • Robert Austin – Hype Train FC
  • Roger Herridge – Binfield FC

Referee of the Season

  • Matthew Barrett
  • Mackenzie Raymond
  • Kieron Brown
  • Richard Warburton

Young Player of the Season (Female)

  • Darcey Young – Ascot United
  • Emma Hutton – Ascot United
  • Kiah Owen – S4K Ladies
  • Megan Halfacree – Maidenhead United
  • Kiera Skeels – Reading FC Women and England U19

Young Player of the Season (Male)

  • Geoff Kibaki – Bracknell Town
  • Dylan Ive – Windsor
  • Dan Roberts – Slough Town
  • Josh Milo – Woodley United

Player of the Season (Female)

  • Ellen Surtees – Woodley United
  • Courtney Gibbons – Ascot United
  • Hannah Evans – Ascot United
  • Sarah Thompson – Maidenhead United
  • Alex Dover – Maidenhead United

Player of the Season (Male)

  • Fabian Driffill – Holyport
  • Max Herbert – Bracknell Town
  • Harry Laflin – Ascot United
  • Liam Gavin – Binfield
  • Matt Day – Thatcham Town

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NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED!

Yes! The awards are taking place at the marvellous Double-Barrelled Brewery in Reading and we’ll have food available. Tickets will be limited but on sale from 29th May. If you’d like to know when so you don’t miss out, make sure you’ve signed up to our email newsletter here.

Scroll down to the bottom of this article for the nomination form. Before you do that though, here’s what the judging panel are looking for when choosing the shortlist.

What’s the story? Tell us exactly why the person or place should be considered. We hate to get all ‘X Factor journey’ on you but the more detail you can include, the better we can argue for your nominee for the short list.

The sort of details we love to see include things like player awards, goals, clean sheets and any other significant contributions to the footballing community – obviously within the 2023/24 season.

We’ll publish all the nominees for the Berkshire Football Awards as we receive them.

You can view all the 2024 nominees so far here.

Want to know who’s previously won what at the Berkshire Football Awards? There’s a big long page with all the previous winners here.

Nominations will be open until midday on Monday 27th May 2024.

The Long List will be published on Wednesday 29th May and the Short List on Friday 31st May.

Once nomination window has closed, the nominations in each category will be put before a panel of judges for a decision, the top four announced online and the winners at the awards night on Wednesday 19th June.

We will accept nominations for people out of area, the only prerequisite is that the reason for nomination is that it must be because of an affiliation with a club we cover on Football in Berkshire (a full list is at the bottom of this page). We will present certificates and a trophy to the winners.

  • You can nominate as many people as you like for each award
  • Please try and avoid nominating your own family members.
  • Due to difficulties in obtaining permissions under child protection laws we won’t consider any player under the age of 16 for nomination in any of the categories

Nomination Form

Nominations for the 2024 Berkshire Football Awards are now closed!

What’s next? Look out for the Long List of all the nominations which will be published here and across all our channels by midday on Monday 27th May 2024.

The Short List for each category will then be published at midday on Wednesday 29th May 2024. At that point, tickets will be made available to attend the awards night at Double-Barrelled Brewery in Reading on the evening of Wednesday 19th June 2024. If you’d like notification of when tickets are available, sign up to our newsletter here.

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