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WIGAN ATHLETIC AND WIGAN ATHLETIC COMMUNITY TRUST IN CONTENTION FOR A NUMBER OF NORTH WEST FOOTBALL AWARDS

12 November 2018

Host Dan Walker (left) with (from left) James Edwards, Tom Drake, Gareth Nolan, Tom Flower, Rachel Scott and Fergus Heyes of the Wigan Athletic Community Trust and Gordon Taylor OBE, chief executive of the PFA, at the 2017 Northwest Football Awards.

Nathan Byrne and Paul Cook amongst Wigan Athletic representatives in contention to with North West Football Awards on Monday night.

  • Wigan Athletic and Wigan Athletic Community Trust in contention for a number of North West Football Awards on Monday night
  • Awards ceremony takes place at Emirates Old Trafford, Lancashire County Cricket Club
  • Nathan Byrne up for League One Player of the Year, Paul Cook up for Manager of the Year whilst ‘Together’, Wigan Athletic Community Trust and ‘Thousands of Journeys. One Destination.’

Wigan Athletic and Wigan Athletic Community Trust are up for a number of awards at Monday night’s North West Football Awards at Emirates Old Trafford.

Nathan Byrne and Paul Cook are competing for football awards in the form of the League One Player of the Year and North West Manager of the Year.

Wigan Athletic Community Trust are looking to retain their PFA Community Club of the Year award whilst their ‘Healthy Hearts’ programme is in the running for the PFA Community Initiative of the Year.

The ‘Together – Equality, Diversity and Respect’ programme, is one of four North West programmes in consideration for the Promoting Inclusion Award, in association with Kick It Out.

Latics’ 2017-18 season card campaign – ‘Thousands of Journeys. One Destination’ – is up against initiatives from Everton, Liverpool and Tranmere Rovers for the Best Club Marketing, Sponsorship or Engagement.

For more information on the North West Football Awards click here.


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