A TRIO of York & District Schoolboys footballers have been rewarded for their service to the team with a Five Year Award.

At their annual presentation evening, Liam White, Elliot Oliver and Luke Jones all received a tie to celebrate their constance presence in the squads from under-11 to U15.

There were a number of other accolades to be handed out, with Players' Players, Manager's Players and Most Valuable Players of the Year going to each age group.

The evening rounded off a successful season during which the U11s picked up the Green Un Cup, the U12s were Michael Dale Trophy winners and the U13s won the Preston Invitation Cup.

And the U11s have the chance to add to their tally on Saturday, June 9 in the ESFA Premier League U11 National Finals tournament at Liverpool FC's Melwood ground.

They won the right to feature in after claiming victory in the north-east tournament finals and have been drawn in a group with Telford & Wrekin, Plymouth and Newham.

Alfie Cresswell from that U11 side was named Players' Player, with Charlie Thompson the Manager's Player and Adrian Bajaziti the Most Valuable Player.

Paul Iggulden picked up Players' Player for the U12s, while Adam Clarkson was named Manager's Player and Dan Gallagher was the Most Valuable Player.

The U13s' Tom Algar earned Players' Player with Kaiden Butler the Manager's Player and Most Valuable Player Tom Coy.

George Turbine was named Players' Player and Manager's Player for the U14s while Jackson Cowl was the Most Valuable Player.

Leo Jones collected the U15s' Players' Player of the Year with Max Potter the Manager's Player while Joseph Hodge scooped the Most Valuable Player.