Lewis Montrose has been named Stockport County’s Players of the Season for the second year in a row.
The midfielder, who scored his first goal for the club last month in the home clash with Telford, was a regular in the side which narrowly missed out on the Play Offs by just one goal. The 28-year-old recently signed a new two-year extension to keep him at Edgeley Park until 2019. His trophy was presented on the night by Mrs Angela White.
The Young Player of the Season award, presented by Chairman Richard Park, went to Sam Minihan who also picked up the George Haigh Young Player of the Year prize, presented by England Under-15 international Taylor Bellis.
The Goal of the Season award went to Danny Lloyd for his thunderbolt equaliser against Brackley in the FA Trophy. Danny received his trophy from outgoing captain Mark Ross, who thanked the fans for their support this season before handing over the award.
The Gala Dinner raised more than £1000 for the football club on Saturday, thanks to advance ticket sales, an auction and a raffle on the night.
And in a surprise twist, manager Jim Gannon won the Community Foundation Player of the Year award for his contribution throughout the last twelve months.