Celebrations hit fever pitch when all of Pinchbeck United’s teams came together for a family fun and presentations day.
Among senior players honoured were brothers Brad and Ash Murrell – Brad was named manager’s player of the year while Ash was the players’ player of the year.
There was recognition too for Jack Withers, who is under 16 but plays in the seniors.
Jack was named as the young player of the year.
Club man of the year was Tony Edwards, who travels from Lincoln to turn out in a Pinchbeck United shirt.
Among the youngsters honoured were the Pumas U10s, who had semi-final medals and certificates from the Hereward Cup.
First team manager Ian Dunn said Pinchbeck United’s teams range from the U7s to the seniors and there are two girls’ teams, U16s and U13s.
He said the club is flourishing to the point where it has pretty much outgrown its home.
At the fun day, there were games throughout the day that saw both seniors and juniors in action at the Knight Street base.
Players’ families were welcomed too and there was a barbecue for them to enjoy as well as watching the matches and presentations.
Ian said it was the first time the presentations had been tied in with the fun day.
He said: “This is the first time we have held a fun day tied in with the presentations. Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and there were plenty of kids there.”