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Kim Cooil and Mike Mitcham earn recognition in Cambridge United Sport in the Community Awards




Cambridge United Sport in the Community Awards
Cambridge United Sport in the Community Awards

Star and champion of the month as hockey is in the spotlight

It has been a hugely successful time on the hockey pitches of the region this season.

The campaign, which culminated last week, saw Cambridge City be a force in the National Leagues, numerous Cambridge South and Cambridge Nomads teams earn titles and promotions, and The Perse and The Leys Schools reach their respective national finals.

So it only seems appropriate that hockey should fall under the spotlight this month in the Cambridge United Sport in the Community Awards, in partnership with the Cambridge Independent.

And with so much success, it is no surprise that it was extremely difficult for the judges to decide the champion and star of the month winners.

With so many strong contenders in both categories, it is Cambridge South’s Kim Cooil who is the star of the month and Cambridge City’s Mike Mitcham who is the champion of the month.

Cambridge United Community Trust manager Ben Szreter said: “The calibre of nominee came shining through this month, which just goes to show the strength of hockey in the region.

“With such a strong category, it was difficult to decide the winners so Kim and Mike should be congratulated on their achievements and efforts on and off the hockey pitch.”

Star of the month: Kim Cooil

Champion of the month: Mike Mitcham

Grassroots football club of the month: Witchford Colts

Disability sport group of the month: Hereward Heat

School of the month: Hills Road Sixth Form College

Company of the month: Anglia Ruskin University



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