Lacrosse: Celebrations at annual awards ceremony

Date published: 10 May 2019

There was much to celebrate after this year’s season of lacrosse, as 20 awards were presented to members of the Rochdale Lacrosse Club at the annual awards ceremony on Friday 3 May.

Lacrosse has been played in Rochdale since 1888, making it one of the oldest clubs worldwide. The club is one of the five eldest clubs in the UK, and one of the top 20 worldwide.

The full list of awards: 

  • Clubman Award – The Swanick family
  • Commitment Award – Andy Hobbis
  • Coach of the Year – Kerrie Lawler and Chris Birchenough

Under 19s

  • Players Player – Daniel Madeley
  • Most Valuable Player – Daniel Madeley
  • Most improved Player – Ed Pickard
  • Coaches Player – Alex Halliday

Under 16s

  • Players’ Player – Ed Pickard
  • Most Valuable Player – Ed Pickard
  • Most Improved Player – Ellis Tracey
  • Most Committed Player – Aron Singetary
  • Paul Smeeton Award – Peter Reiley-Day

Under 14s

  • Players’ Player – Josh Clegg
  • Most Valuable Player – Charlotte Madeley
  • Most Improved Player – Joe Kelsall
  • Most Committed Player – Harry Teal
  • Jack Harry Award – Spencer Watson

Under 12s

  • Most Valuable Player – Freddie Roberts
  • Most Valuable Player – Layla Singletary
  • Most Valuable Player – Ethan France

Players’ Players

  • First Team – Daniel Madeley
  • A Team – Tom Teal
  • B Team – Kaine Horridge

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