Longlevens Ladies have five 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 Cirencester Town Ladies have received xix nominations and now it’s Longlevens Ladies turn!

Butler had already announced that Olivia Kosylowicz was nominated in the Severn Sport Live Player of the Season award and now she has been shortlisted for the Women’s Player of the Season award – alongside centre back, Lorraine Smith.

Mel Hoad has been nominated for Signing of the Season after joining the club during their Division Two title winning season, whilst Captain, Lucy Dannatt is up for Grassroots Player of the Season.

The final reward for the side’s great season is being shortlisted in the Team of the Season category.

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

Signing of the SeasonKarnell Chambers (Tuffley Rovers), George Neill (Slimbridge); Mel Hoad (Longlevens Ladies)
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; Longlevens 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); Lorraine Smith (Longlevens Ladies); Olivia Kosylowicz (Longlevens Ladies)
Grassroots Player of the Season – Meg Sterry (Gloucester City Women Development); Lucy Dannatt (Longlevens Ladies);

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

“Longlevens Ladies have had a fantastic season, and their season shows that teams shouldn’t be scared to take a step back in order to take a step forward.

I have been impressed with Liv this season – so much so she won the Player of the Month during the season and she has been a vital asset for Rob McGeever and his side.

Lorraine received a whole heap of nominations for being a leader and being so dedicated to the team, which is something that is evident to spectators based on how she conducts herself on the pitch.

I have sponsored Lucy this season and have been incredibly proud to do so. Since I first started watching Levens she has been the glue to keep her side together – especially during a tough last season. A great leader and role model.

Mel is a very talented footballer. She scores goals, she creates goals and can literally do it all. Her impact on the team has caused McGeever selection headaches for most of the season!

Longlevens have had a great season and they should all be proud of their title success.”

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

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