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Trophies for sporting stars at presentation evening

Superb sporting performances and achievements were rewarded at a College Sports Presentation Evening, held at Upminster Rugby Club.

Trophies for Sports Personality of the Year, Most Improved Players and team awards were given out to those students who have showed terrific commitment, leadership and talent throughout the year.

The fun evening, attended by students and staff and compered by Sports Co-ordinator Graham Hall, was rounded off with dancing after the formal presentations were complete.

The award winners were:

Kudiwa Kamudyariwa – Men’s Sports Personality of the Year for achievement in Cricket and Football

Mauteen Wusu – Women’s Sports Personality of the Year for achievement in Badminton and Basketball

Simrun Sumbal – Andy Sasiadek Memorial Trophy

Ellie Noble – Michael Row Memorial Trophy

Lauren Simon (lower sixth) and Tommy Smith (upper sixth) – BTEC Sports Science Students of the Year

Mitchel Pennant – Lower BTEC Sport Student of the Year

Chloe Cornell – Upper BTEC Sport Student of the Year

Mauteen Wusu and Jamil Hassam – Badminton

Jack Payne – Player of the Year, Cricket

Kai Hatton – Most Improved Player, Cricket

Louise Hayden – Women’s Football Player of the Year

Lucie O’Connor – Most Improved Women’s Football

Stiven Xhelili – Football (2nd squad) Player of the Year

Joe Bonning – Football (2nd squad) Most Improved Player

Kledian Hysaj – Football (1st squad) Player of the Year

Muyiwa Gomez – Football (1st squad) Most Improved Player

Lucie Madden – Netball Player of the Year

Simrun Sumbal – Netball Most Improved Player

Harrison Reed – Rugby Player of the Year

Darren Henry  – Men’s Basketball Most Valuable Player (MVP)

Jordan Odametey – Men’s Basketball Most Improved Player

Sharon Idehen – Women’s Basketball Most Valuable Player (MVP)

Mauteen Wusu – Women’s Basketball Most Improved Player