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Nominations for Top Of The League awards unveiled

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In just a week the first winners of Top Of The League, the joint venture between Woolwich and Mortgage Strategy to reward excellence in the broker market, will be revealed.

Winners of the two categories – Player of the Month and Manager of the Month – will win die-cast copies of the Player of the Month and Manager of the Month trophies handed out to players in the Barclays Premier League, along with a host of other goodies
Nominated by Woolwich BDMs 44 entries were whittled down to a list of just five nominees.

The names in the frame for Player of the Month are John Bartley from Oval Financial Services and Oval Group, Tracey Le-Fort from Westminster Wealth Management, Aaron Lyall from London & Country, Andy Jenkins from Goodwill Financial and David Jeffrey from Ainsdale Finance.

And the five individuals nominated for Manager of the Month are Andrew Frankish from Mortgage Talk, John Perkin from Slater Hogg, John Reilly from Goodwill Financial, Peter Williams from Simply Finance and Simon Redler from Greene & Co.

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