More than people turned out as Bedfont Green Youth FC held the second of their presentation nights last weekend.
Another seven teams received their gongs, with the U11 Youth, U11 Colts and U12-U16 taking the spotlight.
The highlights of the night were seven-year service awards for James Sutherland and Joshua Hart, while Dale Clements, Carlos Marron, George Coyte, Zak Silbery and David Rahbani were recognised for five years service to the club.
Goal-machines Jordan Hardman and Jimmy Hamlet were honoured for bagging 200 and 250 goals respectively.
Sam Willis, Alfie Shrubb and Luke Birkhead got the prizes for the U11 Youth, while Callum Hollands scooped the most versatile player award.
For the U11 Colts, Farell Rhiney and Erikson Gherghji were the player's and manager's choice respectively, while Charlie Rossier and Kyle Mason also landed prizes.
Hart was the U12 manager's player of the year, while Rahbani got the nod from his team-mates.
Leon Jezeph was the most improved player.
Frankie Romp got the team player of the year prize for the U13, while Richie Luwawa, Gage Chandler and Alex Chitty also won honours.
Coyte, Lewis Martino, and Sutherland won the awards for the U14s, while Declan Peters, Cyrus Longdon Hughes and Alastair McCallum received trophies for the U15s.
Courtney Jerome was named the U16 team player of the year, with Chris Boxx and Tony Hadley also among the awards.
Karl Yates won the golden boot.
Meanwhile, Bedfont scooped four trophies at the weekend.
The U9 Youth won the Whitenights tournament, while the U9 Colts won the plate in the Molesey competition.
The U6s finished top of their non-competititive league in the same competion, and the U14s finished runners-up.
To see pictures of the event see this week's Chronicle, out on Thursday.
Anyone looking to join the club should call secretary Anne-Marie on 020 8893 4987.