Abbotsford Rugby Club honours top youth athletes

The Abbotsford Rugby Football Club recently handed out its youth awards for performances during the fall season.

The Abbotsford Rugby Football Club recently handed out its youth awards for performances during the fall season.

The winners are as follows.

U19 Tier 1 men

MVP – Sebastian Gibson

Best Forward – Justin Vargas, Nick Windt

Best Back – Joey Campbell

Most Improved – Graeme Fugger

Coaches Award – JD Paul

U18 girls

MVP – Tiffany Picketts

Best Forward – Rachelle Wenting

Best Back – Shelby Pihl

Most Improved – Keera Grabbe

U17 boys

MVP – Josh Thiel

Best Forward – Jason Hignell

Best Back – Jake Thiel

Most Improved – Matt Blair

U15 boys

MVP – Josh Long

Best Forward – Brady Desjardins

Best Back – Steve Michaud

Most Improved – Dylan Kojin

U14 boys

MVP – Curtis Bird

Best Forward – James Keetch

Best Back – Payton Alexander

Most Improved – Michael Doerksen

Coach’s Award – Jayden Ned

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