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Bristol Flyers Club Presentation - Who won what?

Bristol Flyers held their end of season presentation at Abbeywood School on Saturday afternoon, with a range of awards being handed out across the club’s junior and senior age groups.

The event was followed by the return of the annual Matthew Bromley Memorial games, which raised over £475 to help young athletes in Bristol with their basketball aspirations.
 
A full rundown of our 2021/22 award winners can be found below.

UNDER-12 BOYS

Most Improved Player - Jac Crosse
Most Valuable Player - Ishmael Cisse

under-12 girls

Most Improved Player - Mathilde Rabier 
Most Valuable Player - Madison Booth

Under-14 boys

Most Improved Player - Romaine Martin
Most Valuable Player - Dylan Lloyd

under-14 girls

Most Improved Player - Clara Jaworska
Most Valuable Player - Brooke Thomas

Under-16 boys

Most Improved Player - Jashye Grocia
Most Valuable Player - Diego Perez Tosca

Under-16 girls

Most Improved Player - Maisie Grant
Most Valuable Player - Alice Matthews

Under-18 men

Most Improved Player - Hassan Mahmood
Most Valuable Player - Joe Moss

Flyers II Men

Most Improved Player - Jayden Edwards
Most Valuable Player - Ty Harley

Flyers Women

Most Improved Player - Emma Bailey
Most Valuable Player - Leila Jepson

Vince Marriott Coach of the Year award - Christian Hill


Matthew Bromley Outstanding contribution Award - Emma Searle


international recognition

The following players were also recognised for their International call-ups, and will receive a donation from the Matthew Bromley Foundation to further support their basketball aspirations:

Kamilah Yakubu - England Under-15 Girls
Louisa Gibbins - England Under-18 Women
Emma Bailey - Wales Under-18 Women
Charley Woodman - England Under-15 girls
Bodhi Biggs - Wales Under-15 Boys
Rio Oakey - Wales Under-18 Men
Jason Soodeen - England Uder-18 Men
Corey Hill - England Under-15 Boys
Josh Lomax - Wales Under-16 Boys
Panos Nikolaidis - Wales Under-15 Boys

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