Awards night brings the curtain down on St Albans City’s season

PUBLISHED: 18:01 03 May 2017 | UPDATED: 18:01 03 May 2017

David Noble was presented with the Junior Saints' player of the year award by Zac Hill on behalf of the Young Saints Supporters Club. Picture: LEIGH PAGE

David Noble was presented with the Junior Saints' player of the year award by Zac Hill on behalf of the Young Saints Supporters Club. Picture: LEIGH PAGE

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The end of season award winners for St Albans City were presented at a well-attended evening held at Aldwickbury Golf Club on Sunday.

The event was attended by supporters, management and coaching staff, all of the first-team squad and manager Ian Allinson, who did an excellent job of managing proceedings during the evening.

Junior Morias travelled back from Peterborough United’s away game that afternoon to attend the event and collect the award for the goal of the season - his wonderful strike in the opening minutes of the FA Cup first round match against Carlisle United.

Tom Bender took both the player and players’ player titles while the Junior Saints award went to David Noble.

Young player of the year was Sam Merson while Ben Herd picked up the most assists.

Clubman of the season went to stadium manager and photographer Leigh Page.


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