HOCKEY: City of Peterborough's top performers are rewarded

Alex Armstrong, Ben Read and Anna Faux collected the main first XI awards at the City of Peterborough Hockey Club presentation night.

Saturday, 30th April 2016, 12:56 pm
Updated Saturday, 30th April 2016, 1:59 pm
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Armstrong picked up the men’s first XI player-of-the year prize, Read won the overall men’s section player-of-the-year while Faux was voted the overall senior ladies’ player-of-the-year.

Kate Dixon and Robyn Gribble also won Ladies first XI awards.

Junior players-of-the-year were Peter Taylor and Tierney Augustine.

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City gave out 40 awards with men’s first XI manager Graham Finding winning the clubman of the year prize.

Award winners:


1sts Captain’s Player Kate Dixon

1sts Players’ Player Robyn Gribble

2nds Players’ Player Charlie Exton

2nds Top Goalscorer Meg Petherick

2nds Top Goalscorer Holly Finding

3rds Most Improved Player Ellie Bolsover

3rds Player of the Year Elis Srnska

4ths Captain’s Player Abbie Carter

4ths Players’ Player Komal Hussein


1sts Manager’s Player Ross Ambler

1sts Player of the Year Alex Armstrong

2nds Captain’s Player Luke Barkworth

2nds Players’ Player Peter Taylor

3rds Manager’s Player Dan Wadsworth

3rds Captain’s player Joe Lester

3rds Players’ Player Joe Lester

4ths Manager’s Player Chris Samuel

4ths Players’ Player Connor O’Sullivan

5ths Player of the Year John Dakin

5ths Captain’s Player Chris Neal

6ths Captains Player Alan Selby

6ths Players’ Player Ian Martin

7ths Captain’s Player Rob Fisher

7ths Player of the Year Scott Bamford

8ths Most Improved Player Dean Dugdale

8ths Most Valued Player Will Schelpe

9ths Most Improved Player Ben Milner

9ths Player of the Year Jordan Griffiths


Clubman of the Year Graham Finding

Team of the Year Men’s 8ths

Chairman’s Award Deborah Skrobot

Ladies Senior Player Anna Faux

Men’s Senior Player Ben Read

Ladies Top Goalscorer Robyn Gribble

Men’s Top Goalscorer Julian Catto

Goalkeeper of the Year Edwyn Sarsby

Men’s Junior Player Peter Taylor

Men’s Young Player Nick Reddy

Ladies Junior Player Tierney Augustine

Ladies Young Player Becky Warr

City of Peterborough have reached the quarter-final of the National Mixed Plate competition after scheduled last-16 opponents Sunderland conceded.

City will host Sutton Coldfield or Prescott in the quarter-finals on May 15. Those teams do battle tomorrow (May 1).

City lost in the first round of the National Mixed Cup to Wisbech.