Steve Davies was last year rewarded with the Community Coach of the Year at the 2015 Welsh Community Football Awards presented by McDonald's.
Steve is a current disability footballer and coach for Aber Town FC All Stars. He coaches all ages including Primary School Level and Secondary Turn Up and Play sessions and also helped to develop an U12s section which now boasts two teams. Not only is Steve a player, friend and coach to these individuals he is also a role model and character to which the players can aspire to.
On top of all of this Steve has unselfishly worked in girl’s football, an area he is extremely passionate about. He is the secretary for the Ceredigion Girls League and supported its inception in 2014 helping over 130 girls from ages of 7-14 play football. Steve turns up to all the fixtures and sets up the pitches for the players every week without fail. Alongside this, Steve has set up Tregaron Girls Football Club where he now has over 30 girls registered ages 6-13.
Voting is now open for the 2016 awards and in addition to Community Coach of the Year, this year's awards celebrate:
- Volunteer of the Year;
- Young Volunteer of the Year;
- Club of the Year;
- School of the Year;
- Performance Coach of the Year
- Grassroots Impact Award
- Lifetime Achievement Award
If you know a coach, school, club, league or individual from your community who like Steve, deserve to be nominated for an award, please visit www.welshfootballtrust.org.uk/awards2016.
Or for more details speak to Growth Team Administrator, Tom Keohane on 01633 282911 or [email protected].