Last season was once again an outstanding year for students of the BW PASE Academy in partnership with Barnet and Southgate College claiming another National Title, a fifth in three years which is just fantastic.

With the end of a season comes graduates though and this year we have a number of commendable athletes moving on to pastures now after shining throughout their time with BW PASE.

Fred Burbidge, Ionut (Alex) Radu, Shaquille Ismael, Callum Stead, Alex Morgan, Cheyce Grant, Daniel Creese, Justin Wilson, Jack Gibbs, Fiace Kehou, Blake Nwosu, Tarell Watson-Noel and Iliman Ndiaye will all be starting the next step of their lives in September after an incredibly successful time with the academy.

We would like to pass on special mentions to Fred Burbidge, Alex Radu, Alex Morgan and Daniel Creese who spent the whole four years with the BW PASE Academy from Under 16’s level right the way through to Under 19’s.

Burbidge, Creese, Morgan and Cheyce Grant also went on to represent their country for the England Colleges Football Association, a terrific achievement and experience for them during their time under our leadership.

Head Coach Cameron Mawer said: “It all started with the Under 16’s, we recruited a group of boys who not only had talent but had the ADD factor (attitude, discipline and desire). I remember our first competitive game against Broxbroune in the EJA league and we got beat 2-1 and if I’m honest I thought it’s going to be a long season, but as a group they grew and grew and now having been the most successful group to progress through the academy I look back at every single one of them with so much pride.

“The memories they take from their time with us is something you can’t replicate; they have set a bench mark on and off the pitch for future players on how they should conduct themselves. The best compliment I can pay them is that every team we now face at our level, play it like a cup final and that’s because the club we are and the standards these boys set.

“Some have got a real opportunity to go on and progress in the game and play at a good level but I want to thank them for all their efforts, I am a relentless man in what I demand and they have continued to rise to every challenge set. I wish them all the best with everything they do in life after watching them grow from boys to men, I really look forward to catching up with them in the future.”

Under 19’s:

Fred Burbidge 

U16 EJA League – 2016

U16 EJA Cup – 2016

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 National League Title – 2017

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

U19 National League Title – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Ionut (Alex) Radu

U16 EJA League – 2016

U16 EJA Cup – 2016

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 National League Title – 2017

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

U19 National League Title – 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Shaquille Ismael

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Callum Stead

U19 ECFA National Cup 2019

 

Alex Morgan

U16 EJA League – 2016

U16 EJA Cup – 2016

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 National League Title – 2017

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2018

U19 National League Title – 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Cheyce Grant

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 National League Title – 2017

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

U19 National League Title – 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions – 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Daniel Creese

U16 EJA League – 2016

U16 EJA Cup – 2016

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 National League Titles x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions x2 – 2017 & 2018

U19 ECFA National Cup x2 – 2017 & 2019

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

 

2 Subs

Fiace Kehou

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Justin Wilson

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2019

 

Others

Jack Gibbs

U16 EJA League – 2016

U16 EJA Cup – 2016

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

U19 National League Titles x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

 

Blake Nwosu

Part of the first BWFC FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

U19 National League Titles x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

 

Tarell Watson-Noel

Part of the first FA Youth Cup squad to beat a professional club in a competitive fixture (Northampton Town) – 2017

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

U19 National League Titles x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Floodlit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

 

Iliman Ndaiye

U19 ECFA National Cup – 2017

U19 National League Titles x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 19 National League Champion of Champions x2 – 2017 & 2018

Under 18 Southern Counties Flood Lit League – 2018

Brian Hitchin Cup – 2018

 

All at Boreham Wood FC and Barnet and Southgate College would like to wish the aforementioned students the very best of luck in their future endeavours, we’ll certainly be keeping a close eye on their progression over the years.

Do you want to join in with the success? We are hosting two further trials this month on July 17 (9.30am) and July 31 (4pm) and you can sign up today by calling 020 8953 5716.

Also, you can apply to the BW PASE Academy now by CLICKING HERE

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