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A National FA Community Charter Club

Founded - 1991  

Lee Thompson Memorial Trophy 2004

The club's most prestigious trophy for 2004 was awarded to father and son A team combo Ian and Daniel Holman.

They were presented with the award by Lee's brother Ben at the annual presentation evening at Carrow Road in May, 2004.

The winning citation was as follows:

The Senior A team has had a good season. Players have enjoyed their football and have played to the best of their ability. To run a football team in any league at any age group requires good administration, teamwork, and a lot of hard work.

The Senior A Team would like to nominate two people for the Lee Thompson Award.

These two people have been involved with Hethersett Athletic for many years. One has played over 200 games for the club and the other has helped and supported all the teams.

Between them they have helped to contribute to the success of the club, undertaking all the administrative tasks that are taken for granted such as.

Secretarial duties


Pitch marking

Putting the nets up and corner flags out

Washing the kit

Arranging fixtures

Sorting out the players

Raising funds for the club

Providing transport

Attending meetings

Ian and Danny have been involved for over 10 years and continue to support the club in all its activities and are keen to see the club succeed. For all their hard work, dedication and commitment, the Senior A team wish to nominate this father and son team and thank them for all their hard work during their time with Hethersett Athletic.

Other shortlisted nominations for the 2004 award were:

Julie Clegg (Under-9s)

Bob Oliver (club coach)

Ross Potter and Danny Gaskin (Men's Firsts)

Lawrence Underwood (Under-12s)