Hamrun Spartans FC Annual Presentation Night

The Dolmen Resort Hotel was again the venue of the Hamrun Spartans FC Annual Presentation Night held recently and organised by the club’s three main committees – the Executive Committee, the Youth Nursery and the Supporter’s Club. The event was fully booked as over 300 persons attended the professionally organised ceremony.

Omar Borg won the main award presented, i.e. the Best Player Award whilst Lee James Agius won the Most Promising Player Award. Another award was presented to Gaetan Spiteri as the club’s Top Scorer for Season 2010-2011.

It was also a night to remember for a number of nursery boys and girls who were awarded for their efforts throughout the year and were all given a token. Special awards were also given to players over the age of 16 as follows:

Under 17 Eurosport Most Promising Player: Ryan Spiteri
Under 17 Tommy Restall Best Player: Luke Grech
Under 19 Gatorade Performer: Andrea Cassar
Women Eurosport Best Player: Christine Galea
Futsal Eurosport Best Player: Stefan Sultana
2010-2011 Sparteen: Jean Claude Debattista

Nursery coaches were also presented with a token of appreciation for their service throughout the season.

A special token of recognition was presented to Mr Ronnie Attard, who was coach at Hamrun in the glory years and who also contributed to the development of a good number of players who came through the Hamrun Nursery ranks. Another recognition award was presented to Joseph Falzon for the help given to the Hamrun Nursery throughout the past season.

Daniel Sullivan thanked all those present and the club and nursery main sponsors, namely Fresh Home Appliances, Powerade and Eurosport (club) and Papillon Caterers, Farsons plc, GlobalAir Travel, Firetech Limited, Sports Experience, Alfsons Enterprises Limited, The Catering Centre and NIBE Beverages (nursery). He was pleased that past, present and future were all present under one roof for the presentation night as a good number of past and present players together with nursery players attended the event. This augured well for the future.