By Steve Sharman:
Defender Joel Stair was awarded the Nantwich Town player of the year for 2017/18 last night at the club’s awards evening in which Jamie Morgan and Troy Bourne also picked up awards.
Fellow defender Bourne took the player’s player of the season and the manager’s player of the season with the latter presented to the youngster by boss Dave Cooke.
Full-back Jamie Morgan also took two awards on the night as he won the young player of the year beating Bourne by one vote, while the former Sandbach defender was voted the NTISA Edencroft player of the year.
In the evening’s other awards Sean Cooke claimed the goal of the season with his stunning strike against Stalybridge Celtic at the Weaver chosen by supporters as the number one goal of the year.
Cooke was also awarded the top goalscorer – an award shared with striker Harry Clayton with the pair both scoring 18 goals this season.
The supporter of the year was given to Rob Woods whilst the golden moment of the campaign was awarded to Crewe keeper Will Jaaskelainen for his late penalty save in the win away at Kettering Town in the FA Cup.
Player of the year: Joel Stair
Young player of the year: Jamie Morgan
Management player of the year: Troy Bourne
Player’s player of the year: Troy Bourne
Goal of the season: Sean Cooke v Stalybridge Celtic (h)
Top goalscorer: Sean Cooke & Harry Clayton (18 goals)
Golden moment of the season: Will Jaaskelainen’s penalty save v Kettering Town
NTISA player of the year: Jamie Morgan
Supporter of the year: Rob Woods
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