Genero Adran South: 2023/24 award nominees

Voting is now open for the 2023/24 Genero Adran South awards. You have until 5pm on Monday 20 May to select your Player of the Season, Manager of the Season and Young Player of the Season.  

Votes will be combined with an independent panel and the winners will be announced at the FAW National Leagues Awards on Saturday 8 June.


2023/24 Genero Adran South awards

Player of the Season

Jade Crofts – Cwmbran Celtic

Jade Crofts has only played eight times this season in the Genero Adran South, however, she managed to score an outstanding 13 goals this season to propel Cwmbran Celtic to a fantastic third place finish. Crofts managed to score in six consecutive games, and included in that run was a well-taken hat-trick against Llanelli Town.

Laura-May Walkley – Briton Ferry Llansawel

Once again, this season, Laura-May Walkley has shown her quality for Briton Ferry. Eleven goals and nine assists this year is another great tally for a player who has played against some of the country’s biggest teams. Four goal involvements against Llanelli Town in one game, two goals against Cascade, a goal in the playoff final, Walkley performs well against everyone.

Alison Witts – Briton Ferry Llansawel

Alison Witts made the step across to the Genero Adran South from the Adran Premier in the summer, and it’s a move that has certainly paid off. With 19 goals in twelve games, Witts is the top scorer across all three leagues this season, and scores bucket loads against everyone, including a double in the play-off final.

Manager of the Season

Yvonne Collins – Llanelli Town

Yvonne Collins has done a great job of stabilising Llanelli Town in their first season in the Adran South. Finishing in fifth, Llanelli picked up a league double over rivals Pontardawe Town, while they also picked up a great point at home to Cwmbran Celtic. 

Rhys James – Briton Ferry Llansawel

After last season’s heartbreak, Rhys James has picked his Briton Ferry side back up and led them to a truly unforgettable season. Twelve wins out of twelve in the Adran South, where Ferry scored 55 and only conceded five, followed by a playoff win over Llandudno means James will always have an invincible season on his CV.

James Kinsella – Cwmbran Celtic

Absolutely no one would have predicted that Cwmbran Celtic would have had the season that they have done, but a lot of credit for their campaign has to go to James Kinsella. Playing an attractive brand of football, Kinsella picked up points against Cascade and Swansea University, while also coming so close to taking points away from Briton Ferry.

Young Player of the Season

Summer Bowen-Quirk – Cwmbran Celtic

Having departed Cardiff City halfway through the season, Summer Bowen-Quirk has found a new home at Celtic Park and has quickly made an impact. She started and finished each of her six games this season, and assisted against Swansea University, Llanelli Town, and Cascade.

Charli Carroll – Cascade

Charli Carroll played every game in the Adran South this season and set the standard during a lot of Cascade’s games this season. Carroll was always a reliable figure and one that the team knew could help stable any game when necessary.

Keira Harris – Pontardawe Town

It hasn’t been the easiest of seasons for Pontardawe Town, but Keira Harris was a shining light for them. The only player to play in all twelve games, Harris scored four and assisted three, and she scored a goal in Ponty’s only victory of the season against Caldicot Town.

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