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Tamworth FC: Chairman Bob praises directors and fans

By Tamworth Herald  |  Posted: April 24, 2013

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CHAIRMAN CHAT: Tamworth chairman Bob Andrews, has paid tribute to his fellow directors after the Lambs avoided the drop last weekend

The Lambs chairman said: "I would like to say thank-you to my fellow directors for all the work they have put in this season.

"This year, more than any other year I would say, they have gone above and beyond and we could not have done what we did without the hard work they put in. I am grateful for all that they have done."

Andrews also paid tribute to the role the fans played in the team's success on the last day.

He said: "It was so good to see all the fans come out. I tell you this now if we had that every week we could really move the club forward."

Awards: The end of season awards were made in the clubhouse after the Woking game on Saturday.

Marcus Kelly won the Herald Player of the Year award, following in the footsteps of the likes of Charlton midfielder Bradley Pritchard and York City's Chris Smith.

The Whitehouse Family Leading Goalscorer of the Year award was won by Adam Cunnington.

The Arthur Frost Clubman of the Year award was presented to Julie Pegg.

But Duane Courtney dominated elsewhere winning supporter, player and manager awards.

As a result of his hat-trick, he was presented with a souvenir glass award which was engraved with all three awards.

Reserves news: Tamworth Reserves secured a 4-0 over Coalville Town on Tuesday night.

Braces from Jake Healey and Dean Withers secured three points in Midland Combination Reserve League Division One.

End of season do: Tamworth Supporters Club are inviting fans to join them for their end-of-season party on May 4.

The evening takes place at the Castle Hotel from 7.30pm and manager Dale Belford and defender Scott Barrow will be in attendance.

Tickets cost £25 and the night includes a three-course meal and disco.

Call Dave on 07949 911072 for details.

AGM: The TFC SC AGM takes place on May 9 in the Lambs clubhouse (7.45pm).

All members and non-members are welcome to attend.

Tickets can be renewed at a cost of £4 for adults and £2 concessions.

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