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3 December 2015

Simon rewarded for charity work on Amsterdam Cycle Challenge

Simon Milton picked up the Player Impact Award at Coaching for Hope’s Football for Good awards in London last night. 

The former Town midfielder and now Academy sponsorship manager was at the Old Billingsgate Vaults to accept the award for the work he did in leading Team Ipswich to raise £85,000 for Prostate Cancer with the London to Amsterdam Cycle Challenge last summer. 

The PFA chaired the judging panels for each of the eight awards presented on the night with Milts beating off the challenge of Alan Shearer, Jamie Carragher and Southend ‘keeper Dan Bentley to lift the trophy.   

“I’m absolutely honoured to have won this award and very proud of what we have achieved on the Cycle Challenge, not only in the summer but last year as well,” Milts told the Club website. 

For more details on Team Ipswich and the 2016 cycle challenge, email Simon at

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