Awards Ceremony: Results
Yesterday evening marked the Kidderminster Harriers’ annual awards ceremony, hosted by Technologic UK at the Aggborough Executive Suite in the stadium. A night that saw all the players and the staff all suited and booted with the mrs’ and the family’s come together to celebrate the achievements of the season.
There were a few awards up for grabs last night, such as:
- Player of the Season
- Players Player of the Season
- Fans Player of the Season
- Writers’ Player of the Season
- Young Player of the Season
- Goal of the Season
After a celebratory meal with the players and fans lucky enough to get tickets for the evening the award giving finally took place, first up was the Player of the Season as voted by the Staff at Kidderminster, the winner of this award went too...
Michael had been in terrific form last season, and he had the goal scoring record to prove it. He managed to notch up a magnificent total of 24 goals in all competitions’ come the end, a great achievement by any striker to be able to score more than 20 in a season. Congratulations Michael!
The next award that was up for grabs was the Players Player of the Season, there was only one clear winner here...
The loanee has been in superb form this season, managing to create a handful of assists and score 27... YES 27 GOALS! He sweeped the voting, all votes from the players went to him apart from the one vote which Michael casted himself (due to not being able to vote for himself, but sure enough if he could of then he would of had every right too!) Congratulations to Coulson on his remarkable season here at Aggborough
The evenings third award was that of the Fans player of the Year, a poll that was up on the clubs official website, the fans had been voting in their numbers for the last week or so to be able to choose the winner of this award, and the winner of this award is...
The shot stopper has been in remarkable form all season, only conceding a total of 40 goals in 61 appearances last season, he finished as the league’s highest clean sheet scorer with a magnificent total of 21. Congratulations to Danny on his remarkable achievement.
The fourth award of the night was the Writers Player of the Season, this chosen by all the press and writers surrounding Kidderminster, and the player they have chosen as their winner this season is...
The Argentine's terrific work has probably gone unnoticed this season, but credit to him. He has helped steady the ship in midfield and provided help to the defensive line when needed. He has had a great season so far this season and we appreciate his hard work so far. Congratulations Santiago!
The next award was the Young Player of the Year award, and award that was tightly contested by two players, but the eventual winner was...
The young centre-half has been played a pivotal part in the Harrier’s solid defence this season where they were able to notch up 21 clean sheets, credit to the rest of the defence and the goalkeeper but this young lad performed admirably at times. Congratulations Cheyenne!
And the final award of the night is the Goal of the Season, and the clear run out winner of this was without a doubt Lee Vaughan. The young fullback had a free kick just 5 yards into the oppositions half, he went to clip the ball forward and somehow it managed to find the top corner, the ball traveled such a distance it was unbelievable that it nestled in to the back of the net, whether it was luck or pure skill Vaughney won’t care because it’s bagged him the win tonight, and also the win on the day 1-0 against Luton in August! Congratulations Lee!