RHYL and District Rugby Club finally got to hold their 2019/20 presentation evening under social distancing measures at their Tynewydd Fields base.

The Specsavers National League Division Two North side were sitting in second position when the Welsh Rugby Union cancelled the domestic campaign due to the coronavirus pandemic, bringing a premature end to what would have been a thrilling fight between the Dragons and Wrexham for promotion.

There were a host of individual award winners from the three sections at the club, with Simon Johnston’s consistent level of play bringing the first-team Coaches Player of the Year Award.

Tom Williams received some well-deserved recognition from his teammates with the Players’ Player of the Year, with Bradley White’s development during the season securing the Most Improved Player of the Year.

The Dragons’ second unit made great strides last term, and Simon Cheetham’s outstanding contribution recognised with the Coaches Player of the Year.

George Owen won Players’ Player of the Year after a strong campaign, with Matt Willars scooping the Most Improved Player of the Year accolade.

Rhyl and District’s youth side picked up some impressive triumphs during a much-improved series of fixtures. Harry Cotterill and Connor Baker took home the Coaches and Players’ Player of the Year respectively, and Kai Bedemann was the proud recipient of the Most Improved Player of the Year honour.

The prestigious Clubman of the Year award went to Phil Bamber for his tireless work organising memorabilia, building the children’s play area, upgrading the IT and turning out for the second team.

Dale Blackmore, Richie Williams and Simon Johnston were presented with a club cap for their services to the team and club during their time as captains in recent years.