Posted: Fri 15th May 2015

Nomads Sean Miller shortlisted for WPL young player of the year

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, May 15th, 2015

gap Connah’s Quay winger Sean Miller has been shortlisted for Corbett Sports WPL 2014/15 Young Player of the Season.

Sean a product of the Chester FC youth system joined The Nomads in the summer of 2014, in his first season at Deeside he notched 11 goals in 35 appearances in all competitions.

The 20-year-old Englishman has had another outstanding season bagging 8 goals in 30 WPL starts, 11 in all competitions.

Other accolades include Welsh Premier League Player of the Month in November 2014.

Sean signed a two-year deal at Deeside in December 2014.

Two others join Sean on the shortlist, Rhyl FC Defender Ryan Astles, aged 20 and Newtown AFC’s Matty Owen also 20.

The winner of the Young Player of the Season will be announced at the league’s AGM on Saturday 6th June in Aberystwyth.

 

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