Golden Gloves award for O'Sullivan

Bury Town goalkeeper Neil O'Sullivan capped off a great November for the club when he was awarded the Ryman League Division One North 'Golden Gloves' award for November. Along with Ashlee Jones of Leiston and Jack Delo of Herne Bay, the three keepers were named on Friday as the latest winners of the Precision Goalkeeping 'Golden Gloves' accolades, sponsored for the first time last season by Nottingham-based Reydon Sports PLC - the UK's largest sports and leisure wholesale and distribution company. Thanks to their Precision Goalkeeping brand, the trio will receive a pair of Precision Goalkeeping gloves with the prizes provided by ProKit UK, the nominated retailer administering the monthly golden gloves honour on behalf of Precision Training.

O'Sullivan was signed by Bury in the summer after playing college football in the USA and only took over the number one spot in September in Nick Punter's absence. Since then he's made the jersey his own and doesn't look like giving it up any time soon after a November that saw him concede a single goal in three wins to collect Precision Goalkeeping's Ryman North award.

Precision Goalkeeping boast an impressive list of keeping talent on their books including Kasper Schmeichel, Kieren Westwood, Tomasz Kuszczak, Darren Randolph, David Forde, Frank Fielding, Brian Jensen, Robert Olejnik, Andy Lonergan, Ian McLoughlin, Trevor Carson and Republic of Ireland goalkeeping coach and former international Alan Kelly.

Former England manager Graham Taylor is lead 'brand ambassador' for the company which was established in 2005 and also has official partnerships with the Irish Football Association and the Football Association of Wales.

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