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Encouraging And Rewarding Ice Hockey Players in Nottingham

Updated: Jun 22, 2023

Matt Bradbury Sports are pleased to announce a new and exciting partnership with Nottingham Ice Hockey Club.

We will be sponsoring the new player of the month awards from September to June for junior hockey players in Nottingham. The awards will be chosen by their respective coaches for perseverance, teamwork, attitude and effort at both training and games.

The awards are for the under 10's through to the under 18's age groups (9 teams).

A lot of time has been spent to make each winners medal so that they are able to keep and treasure the bespoke medals which are manufactured in the UK. They are made from Eco-Friendly sustainable wood, specially designed and laser cut with the Nottingham Lions logo and dated according to the month and year.

Matt spoke about the new partnership "I've had a long term affiliation with the Nottingham club since the 1980's having been a junior player and a coach for over 30 years."

"It is important to encourage the young people to follow our values which is to Inspire, Challenge and Engage."

"To improve themselves as a hockey player and as a person players (no matter what age) must look to challenge themselves each time they come to the rink. Inspiration from coaches, parents and team mates is important too."

"That's why I was keen to recognise and reward players for their commitment."

Paul Glossop Head Coach said "We'd like to thank Matt for bringing this new idea of the monthly award to the club members across the junior age groups."

"We are always keen to try new innovative ideas at Nottingham Ice Hockey Club and it is important that we support, encourage and motivate the development of the next generation of young players."

To find out how your child may be able to join Nottingham Ice Hockey Club visit their Facebook site - here you will find all the information you need about the club and how to contact them.

Read more about Matt Bradbury as he celebrated 30 years of coaching by clicking here

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