THE Reid Hall in Forfar was packed with players, coaches, family and guests for Forfar Farmington’s sixth annual prize giving ceremony.
Hosting a dazzling musical slide show, club president Colin Brown welcomed Scottish Women’s head coach Anna Signeul and East Region Development manager Ian Lowe to hand out the awards.
With players ranging from under sevens to national squad regulars on show, coach Signeul congratulated the club on its continued success on and off the field saying that Farmington was a shining example of what can be achieved in the Scottish women’s game.
The Swede was also happy to see that the club catered for all levels of ability, stating that football was a game to be enjoyed by everyone.
Later in his closing speech, and referring to his notes in the Astute (Scotland) Ltd sponsored programme, Colin Brown appealed to the community to help the club with its ambitious expansion plans.
“It’s been a long journey to get where we are today but the hard work starts now,” he commented.
“We need to maintain the high standard of facility and coaching on offer to young people in our area so I would ask anyone who feels they have something to offer Forfar Farmington F.C. to come forward and be part of our exciting new project”.
Next summer at Station Park work will begin on a top of the range 4G synthetic pitch, a facility that will be shared by senior club Forfar Athletic and Forfar Famington.