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Last Updated: Monday, 12 December 2005, 15:03 GMT
Usbob voted best team in Prestwick, again.
Usbob's Mark Young on a mazey run.
For the 3rd year in a row, Usbob Football Club have been voted the best football team in Prestwick at the SFA Semi-Amateur Awards of Prestwick 2005 .

The Prestwick Young Bucks have overcome pathetic challenges, yet again, from Spartak Bawsak, AAFC and Fraz's Fuds .

Usbob also won the award for lowest average weight, best goalkeeper and best defender.

The Information Statistics Division of the SFA said that Usbob had made a great impression on the SFA and may be contenders for promotion to the Scottish 3rd division if the opportunity again arises.

Usbob Reaction

"It makes everybody at The Oval very proud to be involved with Usbob when we receive appraisals such as this one. We would like to thank the SFA once again for their outstanding support over the past year," said Goalkeeper of the Year, Martin Le Roy.

"Being overweight or obese during childhood can lead to physical and mental health problems in later life, such as heart disease, diabetes, osteoarthritis, back pain, low self-esteem and depression," He then added, as a reminder to Jamie "Fat" Clark

Other award were shared out to other teams and AAFC picked up the award for crapest team and Jamie Clark picked up Fattest Player, and again, proceeded to devour the award on stage.

The 5th Year Neds won most annoying arseholes and Usbob's Matthew Dodds won the Highest Momentum Award for skill in the art of striking.



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