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Wolves recognised with individual gongs
MARLOW Wolves won three of the five individual end-of-season awards on after another American Football campaign packed with promise.
Jacob Few was the standout achiever as he was named Most Valuable Player in the BAFANL junior (12-17 year olds) league.
The running back from Great Marlow School has made a breathtaking 2,132 yards this season, setting a new team and club record for touchdowns in the process with 25 in just 17 games.
Coach Sam McKee said: “He is such a natural talent. He sees and attacks space so instinctively and knows how to beat the player in front of him.
“He’s definitely the best player I’ve ever coached and is the best player I’ve seen in flag football, period.”
Few beat Wolves team-mate Mitchell Foyle-Yorke to the gong, but Foyle-Yorke didn’t leave empty-handed as he collected the Offensive Player of the Year gong.
The quarter-back from Highcrest Academy threw 65 touchdowns, making 3,850 yards.
Completing the triumphant trio, Charlie Clymo was named Senior Player of the Year.
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