The annual Hartley Wintney Football Club presentation evening was a celebration of another highly successful season for the club.

The first team competing at their highest ever level at step three in the Southern Premier League South and with the lowest budget achieved a very creditable 8th position in a league of 22 teams.

Joint manager Anthony Millerick told the audience that the side lost just twice in the last 15 matches and produced competitive performances throughout the campaign.

The team awards from the two joint-managers were won by Nathan Smart and Josh Webb.

The top goalscorer award went to Mikey Campbell.

The reserve team managers Player of the Season was won by John Sherratt with the Players' Player of the season going to Jack Mitchell.

Luke Tuff’s gave a report on the Youth team and announced Kye Nash as both the Managers Player of the season as well as Players' Player.

The A team captured the Aldershot League in style losing just one league match all season. Manager Andy Storey gave his usual amusing presentation and announced the Manager's Player of the Season as Dan Dansie.

Aiden Wright received the Players' Player of the season.

Tuffs who is departing the club to take up the manager position at Knaphill thanked all at the club for the support throughout his time at the club. The entire club membership paid tribute to Tuffs for the outstanding work he done as youth team coach and also coach to the first team.

Everyone at the club wished him well in his new position.

Adam Desbois received the Young Player award and Mark Richardson received the Clubman of the Season award.

Chairman Luke Mullen paid tribute to the many people who supported the club throughout the season. A notable achievement was the enormous effort made to get the ground passed to continue at step three.

Among the many requirements saw new stands built, hard standing behind the lower end goal and a permanent outside tea bar.

The crowds attending Row matches reached an all time high. Not so very long ago the gates were between 40 and 60 for home matches.

Last season saw Hartley Wintney, despite having the lowest population area, finish 12th place in the attendance table with an average gate of 270.

The match day programme’s produced by Kevin O’Byrne had many accolades throughout the season being very informative and comprehensive.

Hartley leant last weekend the teams they will face next season after the FA decided which league Gateshead will be in next season.

So this means the side's in the Southern League Premier South along with Hartley will be Beaconsfield, Blackfield and Langley, Chesham, Dorchester, Gosport, Harrow, Hayes and Yeading, Hendon, Merthyr, Met Police, Poole, Salisbury, Swindon Supermarine, Taunton, Tiverton, Truro, Walton Casuals, Weston-super-Mare, Wimbourne and Yate.