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Chester Nomads Celebrate at The Annual Hotpot

A fantastic evening of entertainment was held at Boughton Hall last night as Nomads celebrated our 120th Year


MC Pete Clark kicked off the evening Introducing Nomads speaker Billy Woosnam who told a few tales from tour (those that he could) before raising a toast to Chester Nomads.


We recognised outstanding contributions with our annual awards before Josh Daniels brought many smiles and laughter to the room resulting in a great overall success

Our award winners were:

Player of The Year:

Cameron Clark

Rob Tabener Reserve Team Manager: Cam has had an outstanding season so far having netted 26 goals with 6 games to go. Cam's been with the club since he was 6 and is a talented footballer and great Nomad.


Young Player of The Year: Mikey Stamper

First team manager Joe Cossins: Mikey's been outstanding since I came in, I couldn’t ask for a more committed player who plays well beyond his years and will go far in football. For such a young lad he sets standards that older players follow and above everything else he’s a pleasure to be around and an asset to the club


Social Player of The Year:

Phil Walker

Vets Captain Chris Bain: Phil is vice captain of the vets team, available every week. Embraces the social spirit by playing for league vets too when required. Has stepped up to organise the tour to Germany this season, we may need to take the award back if it doesn’t go to plan!


Nomad of The Year: Graham Smith

Our chairman Musti: Graham embodies absolutely everything about Chester Nomads AFC. He is Mr Nomads. Having played for years for the club, representing every team from 1sts down to vets, he holds the unique and possibly never to be repeated honour of representing absolutely every team in the senior section of the club. Since hanging up his gloves as Vet's 'keeper he selflessly gives up his time every weekend to referee our social sides on a Saturday and our juniors on a Sunday. Not only does he refuse reimbursement for this, he funds nomads fund raising efforts as much as anyone I know.

Its been an absolute pleasure to share the grassroots football journey with him for over a decade, with his funny anecdotes and infectious laugh. We all look forwards to sharing many more happy moments in the years to come.

Congratulations Smithy. Richly deserved 'Nomad of the Year 2024' .


More pictures of the night:



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