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Trafford Sports Awards Presentation Evening - Meds has won Trafford Sports Award Club of the Year

On 21st February 2007, Sue Richardson and Dave Stead attended the Trafford Sports Awards Presentation Evening.
AFC Urmston Meadowside has won the Trafford Sports Award for Club of the Year, Dave Stead has won Trafford Sports Award Volunteer of the Year.
Sue would like to congratulate Dave and also everyone in the club for all your hard work - this is a team effort and it takes all of us to make it work - well done. Sue

Dave Stead collects Trafford Sports Club of the Year Award            Dave Stead collects Trafford Sports Volunteer of the Year Award


 

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