ETHAN GOODWIN scored for the Under-19s on his comeback from injury and is among the nominations for this week’s Colwyn Bay FC Academy Players of the Week.
Josh Davies stepped up from the Under-15s to play for a depleted Under-16s side and had an excellent game.
The full list of nominations is:
MAX DAVIES (Under-8s): In a week where we didn’t play a match, Max has shown superb attitude towards training sessions and works hard to learn new skills. Max netted a goal against TNS a fortnight ago, that was down to his movement and ability of anticipating where the ball might fall to him.
His communication to the team has improved and he has grown in more confidence to call for the pass when finding the space to move into and lost his marking man by making the correct run.
He passes well and has good vision to play a through ball.He is determined to improve and develop every week.Brilliant Max. Keep it up. Jonathon Tasker (U8s coach).
MASON BOLTON (Under-10s): This week, even though we only managed one session, Mason really impressed in training with his concentration and his ability to answer questions that get asked. He has also started asking questions himself, constantly trying to improve himself alongside setting high standards in the drills that we do.
Well Done Mason. Keep up the Hard Work. Mason Blackwell Jones ( U10s Assistant Coach).
JOSH PARRY (Under-11s): Josh has improved week on week and his game understanding and knowledge improves, so does his ability to understand and read the game. Understanding on the ball with transitional positioning is what stands out currently for Josh and his ability to be strong and then calm on the ball are what really sticks out currently.
Keep up the progression. Matt Sampson (Academy Director).
BILLY ALLEN (Under-12s): Billy trained extremely well over the past week. Technically he was very good within the sessions, however most importantly he has an excellent attitude, always listening to the coach and wanting to learn. Well done Billy.
RYAN OWEN (Under-13s): With no game at the weekend this week’s Player Of The Week has been chosen for effort and attitude in training and it goes to Ryan Owen.Ryan is really new to the squad and in the relatively few weeks he has been with us he has worked extremely hard to learn our style of play and where he can best help us with that. His attitude and work ethic Is top draw.
Always eager to listen and implement lessons he has learnt he is having a very positive impact on the squad as a whole.
In the games Ryan has played in he has done extremely well and is growing in confidence and improving Week in Week out.This is fantastic to see. Keep up the hard work Ryan. It is definitely paying off for you. Lee Bubb (U13s Head Coach)
ROBIN WILLIAMS (Under-14s): Robin constantly shows a positive attitude to training, stepping up to tasks given and showing leadership. A will to learn, work hard, take on board any feedback and apply it to improve as a player. Excellent attitude and performance well done. Kev Jones (U14s coach).
JOSH DAVIES (Under-16s): In a difficult week due to so many players out with illness, we asked Josh to step up into the U16’s squad from the U15’s. He was simply excellent and really stood out in a solid, determined display when other players around him failed to perform.
He stepped up into midfield areas from his defensive line and was comfortable with the ball at his feet and was always looking for the forward pass. Well done Josh. Paul & Anthony (U16s coaches).
ETHAN GOODWIN (Under-19s): After missing a lot of football over the last couple of weeks due to injury, Ethan came back into the team and fitted straight back in. During the game Ethan was able to take on coach instruction on board and look to make runs in behind and out wide for his team mates, this resulted in Ethan scoring a good goal with a well timed run into the box. Ethan also worked hard throughout the game and was always looking to press. Well done Ethan, keep up the good work. Joe Fitzpatrick (U19s coach)