And the Raiders awards go to...
PUBLISHED: 13:00 24 April 2015
London Raiders forward Jacob Ranson has been writing a blog during the 2014/15 season
It will be nice to see everyone again at tonight’s end-of-season presentation evening, even the season only just came to a close.
It will be a chance to celebrate the rollercoaster season and look forward to another and it’s always great to meet up for a few beers and talk to lots of different people to get their views on the season.
It’s also a great chance to thank all those fans that have supported us through thick and thin this season, not forgetting it is an awards night, so we will celebrate plenty of awards on the night.
Thinking of awards I have decided to come up with a few of my own team awards. Now is a chance for a few fans to get an inside scoop with a few of these being changing room or behind-the-scenes stuff!
The 2014/15 Ranson awards
Talker of the Year: David Oliver
If you were on the bus to Isle of Wight either time, you would know Dave loves to chat and he comes up with some good chat, wherever or whoever he is talking to.
Practical Joker of the Year: Tom Davis
Changing room award, always looking to do something mischievous, a lot of time laughing away while doing it.
Playoff Beard of the season: Phil Manny
Emanuel had some sweet handlebars for the two weekends we were in the play-offs.
Best DJ: Danny P
Peters definitely has the best music to get you going before games. He has a mixture of everything, which is great as changes it up.
Worst Juice Boy: Coops
Juice boy is a penalty shoot-out at the end of practice and Coops must have lost about five times, even though joined the Raiders late.
Most Vain: B Wootts
Just have a scroll down Bails Instagram, then you will see selfie after selfie.
Smartest: Liam Chong/George Alley
Have a look at a Physiotherapy textbook, then tell me if you understand any of the words.
Biggest two-touch cheater: Matt France
I never liked giving up my lives to Francey as he seemed to have about seven lives every time we played before a game.
Worst Dressed: Josh Condren
Leather shorts and Uggs is all I am saying.
Fight of the Season: Alan Lack
Taking on Cornish at the Isle of Wight.
Goal of the Season: Ricky Deacon
Away at Streatham, when he pretty much undressed their whole team, before taking on the goalie to do the same.
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