End of season Awards

End of season Awards

Posted on 23 February 2013

The Cardiff Devils will be hosting a Year End Presentation Evening at The Coal Exchange in Cardiff Bay on Monday March 18th. The event will follow a simple but smart format that will officially recognise the achievements of the 2012/13 Cardiff Devils’ season and players.  The list of Player and Club Awards will be

Most Improved Player

Best British player
Mr Cardiff Devils (Community/Charity work award)
Club Award (Volunteer/Partner/Special Contribution to Club).
Unsung Hero
Player of the Year
Coaches' Player of the Year
Players' Player of the Year

The Best British Player Award has already been sponsored by Anne & Alan Lowndes of Specsavers and if any of our Devils’ Sponsors or Supporters would like to sponsor an Award please contact brent@cardiffdevils.com to make arrangements.

The Red Army Supporter’s Club will be taking names and payment for the event this Sunday at the Cardiff Devils match v Belfast Giants at their Sales Desk in Skate Hire. The cost is £5 per person whether you are an Adult, Child or Concession and the seating/table plan will be general admission. Payment will also be taken at the entrance on the night, doors open at 7pm and the Awards presentation is scheduled to start for 8pm.

The Cardiff Devils are calling on the entire Devils’ Nation to come together and give the players and the club the feel good factor as the curtain slowly closes on the 2012/13 season, “never underestimate the power of like minded people coming together and the impact it has on our players” stated Cardiff Devils Managing Director Brent Pope, “I remember many times as a Cardiff Devils’ player being hugely influenced by the passion of our loyal fanbase in South Wales, it’s a massive part of why I have stayed the course with our club and I believe it will continue to get even stronger going forward.”

Head Coach Gerad Adams is keen to see his Players continue to build momentum on the ice and is calling on all Devils’ fans to continue to bring their energy and support for the boys, “we may not have the biggest budget in the league but we have a huge heart in Cardiff, it’s time for us all of us to show it and to get behind our team.”

Don’t miss out on your chance to be a part of a special night in the Devils’ annual calendar and take this rare opportunity to enjoy this personal and fun evening with your Devils. Pope continued, “with this format I am hoping that we might get upwards of 300 people for that event, we hopefully have eliminated the challenge of cost and we can get as many people there that Monday night. I believe it is a time for many of us to be reminded of what this club is all about, it’s people, it’s team and being a part of something that is really good. We are looking forward to a strong finish to our season and that night will be a big part of that momentum.”