Miles Berry played his 50th game for Playford when he started in defence for the Reserves against Trinity.
Miles joined Playford in 2015 and made his First and Reserve team debuts within a month of one another. That first season he was used predominately as a centre back, making 21 appearances during his first season, forming partnerships with a number of fellow centre-backs, Charlie Francis, Lee Johnson, Rich Jones, Nathan Smith and Rhys Thompson. In addition he made one appearance in the 3-3 draw with Great Blakenham, a sign of things to come.
With Steve Zebedee picking up an injury during the 2016/2017 Miles started deputising in goal. Nine matches as 'keeper saw him collect two cleansheets, a Man of the Match and help secure two latter season draws with the divisions top two sides.
Miles scored his first goal for the club when he came off the bench against Chantry Phoenix, cutting in from the left, he took the shot on himself, tucking the ball just inside the post.
Miles' fifty appearances are made up of 46 for the Reserves and four games for the First Team.
See Miles Berry's profile