THEY may have lost out on promotion from the Southern League Premier Division in the play-offs, but there was still plenty for Leamington to celebrate at the club’s annual end of season awards ceremony last Friday.
The Players’ Player of the Year award went to Tony Breedon while Jack Edwards topped the poll to be crowned Supporters’ Player of the Year.
Paul Holleran selected Jamie Hood as his Managers’ Player of the Season and the Top Goalscorer accolade went to Ben Mackey for his 15 goals during the 2015/16 campaign.
Press officer Paul Edwards was delighted to have won the Clubman of the Year title and assistant kitman Matty Nutt was presented with the Junior Clubman of the Year award.
The Don Hartwell Award for 2016 was presented by director Kevin Watson to George Pirie, in recognition of the many hours he has spent at the Stadium over the years undertaking tasks such as weed removal, waste recycling and general maintenance issues.
The evening was rounded off with six long serving players receiving special shirts in recognition of significant milestones reached during the season. They went to James Mace (200), Ben Mackey (150), Jamie Hood (150), Lee Moore (150), Joe Magunda (150) and Tony Breeden (150).