He becomes the third player this season behind Jake Legrange and Reilly Grant, to make 100 appearances for the club when he captained the team in their 5-1 win at Saltdean on Saturday.
The midfielder has reached the 100 games mark over three seasons and during this time has scored 13 goals.
Cam has always been a fans’ favourite right from day one and an influential member of Mark Shutt’s team and last Saturday to commemorate this incredible milestone, Cam was awarded the captain’s armband.
Manager Mark Shutt said: “Cam is the glue that sticks this team together and this has been the case since he put on a Peacehaven shirt three seasons ago.” “He is a great influence on and off the pitch. Having Cam at training always increases the tempo of our sessions to another level, and it is the same when he plays for us.”
Shutt continues: “When Cam is in the changing room before a game he has a calm and reassuring presence on the whole squad. And on the park, he is always an option to pass the ball to and such is his technique, when he makes a bad pass he even makes it look good with his smooth touch.”
Cam is the fourth Wiltshire to play for the club. Dad Matt and his uncle Greg played back in the 90s and Cam’s older brother, Callum played for the club as a teenager and still plays intermittently now.
Club chair Sue Norwood paid this tribute: “I remember Cam when he played in our youth teams many years ago and I always kept a watchful eye on him as he went on to join Brighton & Hove Albion’s Youth Academy and gained a contract.”
“We as a club have always been very proud of his ability on the pitch and take great pride in knowing he is one of our own boys. He has remained close to our club and is a true ‘local’ player and I was so happy he took the decision to come back to his roots and play for Peacehaven again, but this time as a senior and much sought after player.”
Mrs Norwood concluded: “Peacehaven has always had close links with his family. His grandparents were previously committee members many years ago when I first joined the club. You now see them, along with Cam’s mum and dad in the stands, both home and away supporting and cheering on the team.”
From every single person connected to the club, well done Cam on this superb achievement.
Updated 09:40 - 30 Apr 2019 by Pitchside View
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