The John Wangford Memorial Trophy for the 2014/15 Goal of the Season award goes to Steve Wales for his 2nd goal of the game and spectacular finish away in the 3-2 victory at Staines Town on Tuesday 12 August 2014. Pictured is Steve being presented with his award in the Saints Bar after the final home game of the season against Ebbsfleet Utd, by supporter Emma Rose, on behalf of the Wangford family. Photo courtesy of Leigh Page
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The Harpenden Construction Limited 2014/15 Player of the Season award goes to Joe Welch. Pictured is Joe being presented with his award on the pitch immediately after the final home game of the season against Ebbsfleet Utd, by Karen and Sandra Martin, on behalf of the main sponsors, Harpenden Construction Ltd. Photo courtesy of Leigh Page.
The Harpenden Construction Limited April 2015 Player of the Month award goes to James Comley. Pictured is James being presented with his award, prior to the home game against Ebbsfleet Utd by Catherine Hieatt, on behalf of the Courtyard Café in Hatfield Road, the April 2015 sponsors. Photo courtesy of Bob Walkley.
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The updated positions in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 7 April, sees long time leader Willie Wilson still in front but only by the skin of his teeth. A lot of movement in the past 2 months have seen some slip away but both Vernon Hames and Vince Duffy have moved in the other direction forcing their way into to the reckoning with Vince edging ominously close to Willie in top spot. The F.A. Cup and Champions League could make all the difference to the final outcome......................
No. and Points
This year's Music Quiz took place in the Saints Bar on Friday 27 February and featured music from the 1950s through until the current decade. The quiz was set and run by Ian Rogers and attracted an excellent turnout of 12 teams and 56 people, including 6 of the Norwegian Branch, who travelled over for the weekend from Oslo. All in all, it was very successful evening with a good time being had by one and all.
The final positions were as follows -
1. Danny and the Seniors
2. The Non Blondes
3. Oi! Oi! Savaloy
4. I Killed Lucy Beale