Gary Liddle Takes Four Awards
Gary Liddle has walked away with four awards following the clubs' End of Season Awards Ceremony.
The defender picked up the Manager's Player of the Year, Players' Player of the Year, Fans' Player of the Year and the Supporters' Club Player of the Year awards.
I'd imagine people thought he had a good season!
He was also presented with an additional award from the Supporters' Club as he became the first ever present in 30 years in the league.
Yoann Arquin picked up the final two awards on the night, by taking home Golden Boot and Goal of the Season gongs for his strike against Rotherham in the FA Cup.
At the Academy level, defender Brian McGowan took Youth Team Manager's Player of the Year and midfielder Kyle Dixon was voted Youth Team Player's Player of the Year whilst Malachi Lavelle-Moore took the Youth Team Golden Boot.
Jake Wholey received the Community Award, and Pete Lawson got the Supporters' Club Merit Award.
On the night Romello Nangle and Tyrell Waite were also presented with matchballs after both of them grabbed their debut goal as the season came to an end.
Speaking to the Official Site with his arms full of Player of the Year Awards, Gary Liddle said.
'The two that I look to are the fans' and the players' one, as coming to a new club you've got to prove yourself again and both awards show that I've done that. I'm thrilled, overwhelmed and really happy because I came here not expecting anything.'
Liddle points to other constant performers such as Leacock and Bialkowski who he thought were fron runners for the awards, so he knows how much he must have impressed as the season drew on.