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Friday, 21 November 2014

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FORMER Newcastle United defender John Anderson, now a BBC Newcastle pundit, handed out medals to all members of Heddon St Andrews Juniors, after they won three out of five competitions last year.

Manager Kieran O’Donnell and the players' parents also joined in with the celebrations at The Three Tuns.

The youngest member of the squad, MacKenzie Hadfield, received the golden boot award after netting 23 times, just ahead of Thomas Knox.

Meanwhile, the club’s two senior teams have also held their awards ceremony.

For the Saturday outfit, ex-junior Oli Woods was named the manager's player of the season and Sean Howman the top goalscorer.

The winners for the Sunday squad were Connor Ballantyne (players’ player trophy), Andy Appleby (manager's player of the season) and Dan Fleming (leading scorer).

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