Peterborough winger Harry Anderson takes St Albans City’s player of the month award

PUBLISHED: 12:10 12 April 2016 | UPDATED: 12:10 12 April 2016

Harry Anderson tries to find a way through the Maidenhead defence. Picture: LEIGH PAGE

Harry Anderson tries to find a way through the Maidenhead defence. Picture: LEIGH PAGE


Harry Anderson has picked up the St Albans City player of the month award after wowing the crowds at Clarence Park in March.

The on-loan Peterborough United winger was present for all six City games during the month scoring twice, once against Hayes & Yeading United in the league and the other against Hemel Hempstead Town in the Herts Charity Cup.

He will pick up the Harpenden Construction Limited sponsored-award prior to this Saturday’s game against Havant & Waterlooville.

Saints supporter Vince Duffy will make the presentation on behalf of Farr Brew, the independent Harpenden brewery, who sponsor the March trophy.

Voting for the player of the season, the junior Saints’ player of the season and goal of the season will also take place on Saturday.

Also up for grabs is the Wagstaffe Simmons Award, which is for the person supporters feel has done most for the Club over the season, either on or off the field.

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