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And The Winner Is..........

And the winner is...............

Steven Davis who was made the first winner of the Belfast Telegraph's George Best Breakthrough Award.

The Aston Villa and Northern Ireland midfielder was presented the prize by George Best's son Calum.

21-year-old Davis, born in Ballymena, has been a virtual ever present for Villa this year and also excelled for his country.

Davis said: 'I am honoured to become the first winner of this award. George was a hero to everyone in Ireland. To win an award set up in his honour is wonderful for me.'

The tough young midfielder currently has four league and two Carling Cup goals this season making him our joint top scorer with Milan Baros(5 league, 1 Carling Cup). He has made twenty two starts and had one appearance as a sub.




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Writer: J P Fear Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday January 24 2006

Time: 5:06PM

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Great news but how many other sparkling NI youngsters are there? Churlish perhaps. Well done Steve!
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25/01/2006 13:17:00

Great news but how many other sparkling NI youngsters are there? Churlish perhaps. Well done Steve!
AC
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25/01/2006 13:17:00

Must admit, I would like to have seen the list of players who were in the competition, but he is an outstanding prospect.
The Fear
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25/01/2006 13:25:00

Must admit, I would like to have seen the list of players who were in the competition, but he is an outstanding prospect.
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