Top award for Dalkeith football coach

Dalkeith Miners CYP Disability Officer Steven Williams won a SFA regional award'Coaches (Left to right)'Leanne, Steven, Mark & Val'''Footballers'Jay, Euan, Josh, Callum, Rudy, Harvey
Dalkeith Miners CYP Disability Officer Steven Williams won a SFA regional award'Coaches (Left to right)'Leanne, Steven, Mark & Val'''Footballers'Jay, Euan, Josh, Callum, Rudy, Harvey

Dalkeith Miners CYP Disability Officer Steven Williams (back row second from left) has been selected as Regional Winner 2015 in this year’s SFA Grassroots Awards in the Disability Football category.

The SFA Awards recognise the value individuals such as Steven bring to football and their communities.

Tony Begg, Club Development Manager for the Scottish FA South East Region said: ‘The annual regional grassroots awards is a chance for us to reward and highlight the great work that is done by volunteers across the region and to extend our thanks to all those who commit so much time, energy and passion to our game. I am delighted for Steven that he has won this award, he gives a tremendous amount to disability football and he is a worthy winner.”

Keith Wright, Scottish FA Football Development Officer for Midlothian, said: “A very well deserved award for all the hard work Steven has put in over the last couple of years making it possible for a lot of boys and girls in Midlothian to participate in fun and organised football sessions and games.”

Steven will now go forward within this category to the national awards at Hampden Park in September.