Josh James at Burgess Hill Town FC has been named as September’s winner of the Ryman League’s Golden Gloves Award for Division One South. The stopper is the second of this season’s monthly honours for keepers in the Ryman South. The ‘safe hands’ accolade returned last season with new sponsors from Nottingham-based – the UK’s largest sports and leisure wholesale and distribution company. I feel plan http://writemypaper4me.org boxes should be checked so that teachers know if their students understood the minilesson? They are sponsoring the monthly accolades through their Precision Goalkeeping brand and the ‘keepers will each receive a pair of gloves with the prizes provided by ProKit UK, the nominated retailer administering the awards on behalf of Precision Training. Hillians keeper James only conceded four goals last month during six wins for the table-toppers to take the Ryman South award. The 21-year-old was on the books of Brighton as a youngster and signed on at the Green Elephants Stadium in the summer from Sussex County League outfit Ringmer. Described as an ‘excellent shot-stopper’, he previously played in the Ryman League with Worthing and has also turned out for Peacehaven & Telscombe. The stable also includes Kasper Schmeichel, Kieren Westwood, Frank Fielding, Andy Lonergan, David Forde, Darren Randolph, Brian Jensen, Robert Olejnik, Ian McLoughlin, Trevor Carson and Republic of Ireland goalkeeping coach and former international Alan Kelly. Former England manager Graham Taylor is lead brand ambassador for and the Nottingham based company also have official partnerships with McDonalds, Vauxhall, the Irish Football Association and Football Association of Wales. For more information regarding the Precision Goalkeeping range go to.
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