Nominations For Six National League Clubs In FSF Awards

By Sam Elliott

Six National League clubs have been nominated for the prestigious National Game Community Award.

The accolade honours clubs for their outstanding efforts in their local area.

The Football Supporters’ Federation have announced the shortlist for the 2018 award and there is no shortage of National League interest.

Wrexham and Hartlepool from the top tier are put forward after their superb work in the community.

Also in the mix are National League South side Eastbourne Borough, who say they are “honoured” to have been put forward.

There are no fewer than three National League North nominees with Curzon Ashton and Boston United in contention.

They will do battle with Evo-Stik League champions Altrincham, who are back with us after just one season away.

Last year, then Hampton and now Woking coach Martin Tyler won Commentator Of The Year.

Kevin Miles, chief executive of the Football Supporters’ Federation, said: “Fans are a huge part of the game at all levels, and the FSF Awards in partnership give the fans the chance to have their say on the very best in all aspects of the game.”

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