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Kent Exiles End of Season Award Winners 2018

Take a look at all our award winners within all age groups for the season of 2018. It was a fantastic evening and everyone was a worthy winner. Let’s make 2019/2020 an even better season for The Exiles!


Kent Exiles U16’s ‘Outlaws’

Rookie of the Year Bailey Man
Offensive MVP Noha Troudart
Defensive MVP Adeyemi Adesanya-Shine
Most Improved Player Daniel Moscozo
Coaches Award Elliott Pearson
Players Player of the Year Noha Troudart


Kent Exiles U16’s ‘Rebels’

Rookie of the Year Benjy Quartey
Offensive MVP George Reynolds
Defensive MVP Sam Leatham
Most Improved Player Nick Benstead
Coaches Award Sam Pantlin
Players Player of the Year Tom Slade

Kent Exiles U19’s

Rookie of the Year Bolaji Adewale
Lineman MVP Joe Rowe
Offensive MVP Joshua Quartey
Defensive MVP Theo Alexis
Most Improved Player Alfie West
Coaches Award Callum O’Neill
Players Player of the Year Bolaji Adewale


Kent Exiles Women

Rookie of the Year Vicki Hellard
Offensive MVP Renee Moscozo Videz
Defensive MVP Karen Alexis
Most Improved Player Kirsty McIntyre
Coaches Award Nai Moore
Players Player of the Year Sarah Miller


Kent Exiles Adults

Rookie of the Year Ian Whitehead
Lineman MVP Joe Edwards
Special Teams MVP Harry Kent
Offensive MVP Dan Exell
Defensive MVP Miguel Pascal Johnson
Most Improved Player James Cook
Ironman Award Ian Whitehead
Coaches Award John Slade
Players Player of the Year James Cook


Kent Exiles Coach of the Year – The Tony Bainbridge Award

Awarded to John Moore for leading the Adult team to the South East Conference Title and then onto the Southern Championship and promotion to the Premier Division for the first time in Exiles history.

Kent Exile of the Year

Awarded to Elliott Pearson – Elliott is a Linebacker and team captain of the Outlaws U16 team, and has played well this year. He epitomises what coaches look for in a player having played 2 full tournaments in different positions (Centre and Quarterback) without any question except “what do you need me to do coach?”