LATCHFORD Albion scooped two major honours at the North West RL Men’s League awards dinner.
Alan Daintith was named Secretary of the year, while Danny Brown won the Man of Steel award.
The accolades are testament to a very successful season for the club both on and off the field where, following last season’s promotion, they proved a force to be reckoned with in the premier division.
A club spokesman said: “Alan, who has given more than 20 years’ service to the club, joined when his son Paul was a regular first team player. He has become a valuable asset to the club and committee, undertaking the roles of treasurer and also secretary. His tireless efforts ensure all administration aspects of the club run smoothly and provides a solid platform for the club to complete.
“Alongside his Albion duties, Alan is the treasurer for Warrington Amateur Rugby League and also the Warriors of Warrington swimming club, providing invaluable support to these organisations.”
Danny Brown’s award capped a fantastic season of personal achievements.
His consistent performances saw him awarded the Man of Steel, an honour voted for by representatives of the clubs he has faced during the season, making the award extra special.
He also was selected for Lancashire and played in the recent tri-county series, and with a further England Lionhearts call up next year, the award culminates a great season for the Albion forward.
Credit must also be given to chairman Michael Byron. Although not successful, Mike was shortlisted for the Steve Prescott Award which is awarded for services to Amateur Rugby League. .It was an honour just to nominated as Mike has offered many years of loyal service both to Latchford, and Amateur Rugby League in general.
Pictured are Alan and Danny at the award ceremony.