BOB BRODIE TROPHY LATEST

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THIS season brings the fifth anniversary of the annual Bob Brodie Golden Boot Trophy.

The trophy is named in honour of Bob, a much-missed former footballer and manager on the Isle of Anglesey, who sadly passed away in May 2011.
The award is given to the leading goalscorer in senior Saturday football on Ynys Mon.
PAST WINNERS
2011/12 – Mel McGinness (Holyhead Hotspur) 50 goals
2012/13 – Lance Williams (Menai Bridge Tigers) 62
2013/14 – Gary Jo Owen (Morawelon) 57
2014/15 – Steven Mason (Cemaes Bay) 42

2015/16 COMPETITION – UP TO AND INCLUDING MAY 19,2016 – LIST NOW ENDS AT 15

64 – Corrig McGonigle (Pentraeth/Pentraeth Res) – new Bob Brodie Trophy record
51 – Shaun Morris (Llanfairpwll Res)

48– Asa Thomas (Trearddur Bay)
41 – Andy Williams (Bro Goronwy)

32 -Lance Williams (Menai Bridge Tigers)

25 – Jerome Sillence (Valley)

24 – Mel McGinness (Holyhead Hotspur/Gaerwen – to be confirmed), Jac Thomas (Bro Goronwy), Greg Parry (Llanfairpwll Res), Richard Roberts (Aberffraw)

21 – Mark Griffiths (Gwalchmai – 4 for Llannerchymedd)

20 –  Mark Bridge (Glantraeth), Craig Evans (Llangefni Town), Gary Bolton (Aberffraw)

19 – Andrew Jones (Aberffraw)

18 – Craig Moore (Trearddur Bay), Iwan Jones (Llangefni Town), Darren Lewthwaite (Menai Bridge – 10 for Gaerwen), Steven Whittaker (Cemaes Bay)GOLDENBOOT3

17 – Ryan Taylor (Bodedern)

15 – Curt Williams (Trearddur Bay), Ryan Jones (Bro Goronwy).

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