Kieran Daniels made his 100th appearance for Playford, when he played against Elite 405 in the cup.
He joined Playford in 2011 as a 17 year old and is now in his fifth season with the club. He took a few games to settle into the rigours of adult football before scoring 9 goals in 14 games, including a hat-trick against Shotley Rose Reserves. He was awarded the man of the match for the hat-trick and won a second for a brace against Brantham Athletic.
Kieran improved on his goal total for the next two seasons, scoring 13 as Playford were promoted in 2012/2013. Before his best season to-date where he scored or made 30 goals as Playford won the RM2 division title in 2013/2014. His 14 goals and 16 assists in 22 matches, included a hat trick against Lattice Barn for which he was awarded another man of the match.
Kieran is a reliable and important player to the side, shown when he played in 62 consecutive matches. It is a testament to Kieranís quality that when he is not available the void he leaves is such that Rich Jones has had to consider switching the entire formation and it is for this reason and his contribution to the team that Kieran was awarded with Managerís Player for two seasons in a row between 2013 and 2014.
His 100 appearances include 96 for the first team and four for the reserves.