Slough Town players, management and supporters celebrated another successful season on Friday evening, as the Awards Night took place at Arbour Park.
The awards presentation began with the Kevin McGoldrick Award for outstanding contribution to the club, which was won by outgoing chairman Steve Easterbrook in recognition of his long service and efforts in turning the club around and bringing the Rebels back home to Slough.
The Chris Sliski Award for club person of the year was taken by Tony Rees, who has been one of the club’s valued matchday volunteers for many years.
In the players’ awards, stopper Jack Turner walked away with two trophies - firstly winning the Supporters’ Player of the Season before being named as runner-up in the Players’ Player of the Season vote.
There was also recognition for another goalkeeper, as Nojus Trinovas took home the Young Player of the Season award after starring for Slough Town Juniors U16s and impressing in training and friendly matches with the first team squad this season.
Ben Harris won the Golden Boot Award having also previously won FCVideo’s Goal of the Season trophy for his long-range strike at Eastbourne in the FA Cup.
And there was success for the Togwell brothers, with Lee winning the Players’ Player of the Season trophy and Sam taking home the prestigious Managers’ Player of the Season Award.
Full list of award winners:
Kevin McGoldrick Award: Steve Easterbrook
Chris Sliski Award: Tony Rees
National League South Volunteer of the Month: Adrian Gomm
Supporters’ Player of the Season: Jack Turner
Golden Boot: Ben Harris
Young Player of the Season: Nojus Trinovas
Players’ Player of the Season runner-up: Jack Turner
Players’ Player of the Season: Lee Togwell
Managers’ Player of the Season: Sam Togwell
Congratulations to all our award winners and a huge thank you to all Rebels supporters in attendance, and to our team of volunteers for making the evening such a success!
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