Cirencester Town Ladies have a total of SIX public nominations in the End of Season Awards 2023/24.

Every year Severn Sport looks to recognise all of those players, managers, clubs and individuals who make grassroots football in Gloucestershire special!

Yesterday we announced that George Neill and Erin Read were shortlisted for two awards each, and now Cirencester Town Ladies are up with a number of awards nomination.

After vice-captain Sarah Candy was nominated in the Live Player of the Season category by Severn Sport, all of Jodie Bailey, Lucy Scrannage and Libby Messenger have been shortlisted in the Women’s Player of the Season category, whilst Scarlett Boyce is up for the Jamie Hyett Award.

Dan Ray & Karen Messenger have been shortlisted for Manager of the Season, whilst the whole squad are up for Team of the Season after winning the Gloucestershire County Women’s Football League Division One title.

Below are the 15 categories and who has been nominated so far:

Signing of the SeasonKarnell Chambers (Tuffley Rovers), George Neill (Slimbridge)
Game of the Season
Manager of the SeasonMatthew Driscoll (Cinderford Town); Dan Ray & Karen Messenger (Cirencester Town Ladies)
Team of the SeasonAvonmouth; Cirencester Town Ladies
Breakthrough Player of the Season
Connor Walters (Tuffley Rovers), Erin Read (AEK Boco Ladies); Toby Holland (Bishops Cleeve)
Severn Sport Live Player of the Season
Match Official of the Season
Ian Butler
Kinetic Goalkeeping Goalkeeper of the Season
Stephen Sarkodie (Hartpury University); Lewis Clayton (Bishops Cleeve)
John Ashplant Local Hero Award
Best Social Media Account
Jamie Hyett Award (U18s Player of the Season)
Alex Knight (Longlevens U18s), Erin Read (AEK Boco Ladies); Scarlett Boyce (Cirencester Town Ladies)
Severn Sport Future Star
Men’s Player of the Season – Ethan Dunbar (Bishops Cleeve); George Neill (Slimbridge); Toby Holland (Bishops Cleeve)
Women’s Player of the SeasonJess Titcomb (AEK Boco Ladies); Jodie Bailey (Cirencester Town Ladies); Lucy Scrannage (Cirencester Town Ladies), Libby Messenger (Cirencester Town Ladies)
Grassroots Player of the Season – Meg Sterry (Gloucester City Women Development

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Speaking about the latest nominees to come completely from the public nominations, Butler had this to say:

“Cirencester Town Ladies have been a joy to watch this season. From the squad on the pitch, to the atmosphere created off it – they are an ambitious and determined side.

I think it is testament to the hardwork and dedication that every single person connected to the club puts into their football that they have received so many nominations.

Six are shortlisted following the public nomination window and in reality, it could have been even more!

Just like on the pitch, they will take some beating in their respective categories!”

Check back tomorrow morning when we will be announcing the next batch of nominees in this year’s End of Season Awards!

Cover photos taken by and copyright to Graham Hill. Check out his Cirencester Town FC match photos here

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