Chesham under six review of the year
End of season awards
The coaches have been delighted with the positive attitude and improvement in the skills and ability of all the children in our squad. We have had loads of fun this year and seeing the smiles on the children’s faces every Sunday has been just as rewarding as developing their rugby skills. Taking the squad to the Barnet festival early in the season was a real test but gave the children a taste of competitive tag rugby. They have all worked hard this season, encouraging and supporting one another to do their best and work well as a team. By the final away fixture at Drifters at the end of the season, they were all highly competent tag rugby players. But more importantly, were a credit to the club. We could not be prouder as coaches, and we’re already looking forward to next season.
Most improved player of the season
Our most improved player of the year was new to rugby this season and initially struggled with some of the rules of the game. As their confidence grew, though, they discovered an ability for tagging and gradually became more involved in every session. Once this player found their way to the try line, there was no looking back and they now excel in all areas of the game. Our winner has developed a strong love for rugby and brings a huge amount of enthusiasm to every session.
The under six most improved player goes to Jack Rogers.
Player of the season
Our player of the year has excelled from the start of the season and taken every opportunity to show their rugby skills. This player has a natural awareness of space, knows where to find a gap in the defence and has developed an uncanny ability for always finding the try line. All of the coaches have been impressed by the boundless enthusiasm, desire to work hard and positive attitude to learning more about rugby this player brings to every session.
Our under six player of the season is Mattie Carroll.