EARLSWOOD Town captain Louis Bridges and Tom Kinsey were the big winners at the club’s end of season presentation evening.
Bridges went home with the Top Goalscorer award having netted 11 times this season whilst Tom Reynolds voted the skipper as his Manager’s Player of the Year.
And striker Kinsey also reached double figures with his final day goal against Inkberrow and was voted as the club’s Players’ Player of the Year.
The pair were jointly crowned Star Man which is awarded to the player who gained the most opposition man of the match votes across the course of the season having tallied four apiece.
Player-manager Reynolds was awarded the Committee’s Player of the Year whilst John Palmer claimed the Supporters’ Player of the Year.
Retiring goalkeeper Ali Lewis was handed the Chairman’s Award by Andy Walker for his overall contribution to the club in recent years.
Some significant club milestones were also celebrated as Palmer picked up his 50th appearance mug and Harry Street collected a special award in honour of reaching 100 games for The Earls back in December.
And a farewell presentation was made to Reece Rawlings with the player to continue his football journey in the USA.