Garry Hunter cleaned up at Lancaster City’s end of season presentation evening.
The midfielder won four awards and then confirmed to those at the Jubilee Club in Torrisholme on Sunday night that he would be staying with the club next season.
The former Morecambe man won the Lancaster Guardian Player of the Year Award, the Players’ Player of the Year Award, the Supporters’ Player of the Year Award as well as the directors’ prize after an excellent season in the middle of the park.
Tom Kilifin picked up an award for being the club’s top goalscorer as well as winning the Joe Stephenson Memorial Trophy for the highest marks in the Lancaster Guardian across the season.
Young defender Jacob Davis was named the Chairman’s Player of the Year after breaking into the first team.
Ryan Elderton won the Goal of the Season award for his strike against Padiham while also picking up a special award for reaching 300 Dolly Blues appearances.
Right back Rob Henry received a similar prize for passing 200.
In the reserves, Liam Moffat was manager Paul Rigby’s Player of the Year with Josh Wardle winning the Players’ Player of the Year award.
Groundsman Tony Crossley was named the Clubman of the Year with kit man Billy Heron picking up a special award having stepped down at the end of the season after several years service.
Lancaster City Ladies secretary Moira Lamb also gave a speech about the progress the ladies section of the club is making, with them hoping to return to league competition next season.