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Latest News - 13/05/2022

End Of Season Awards

Following what has been a successful season on the park the players were rewarded for their season at the end of season awards presentation night. Held after the Kelty Hearts game the players attended the social club with the fans to find out who had scooped the seasons prizes.

In what was a well-attended fan event the players were greeted by applause from the supporters, and it was Owen Moxon who would turn out to be the biggest winner on the night.

The influential midfielder picked up the Players Player of the Season award from his peers and then went onto to get the fans vote as he was unveiled the Supporters Player of the Year. This was presented to Owen by Colin Green of the Lincolnshire Galabnkies who was honored and somewhat surprised to when befitted with the honor. The Lincolnshire Galabankies have become synonymous with the club and it was fitting that Colin who travels to most games should award this.

Picking up the seasons Top Goal scorer award was Tony Wallace who capped off a fine season with 17 goals to date. This was presented to him by another goal scoring legend of the club and the current assistant manager Colin McMennamin.

That wasn’t the end of the awards as there were another two to handout as both Steven Swinglehurst and Aidan Smith both received awards.

Steven was presented with an award to mark his 300 appearances with the club since joining over 10 years ago. Steven who’s now in his testimonial year becomes the clubs second highest appearance holder behind club legend Peter Watson.

Aidan Smith received a memento for his goal scoring records as he reached the 50 goal mark for the club. Aidan becomes only the second player to do this as an SPFL club and now trails Peter Weatherson by only 6 goals.

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