Joe Newell picked up three awards at the end of season presentations.
Peterborough United midfielder Joe Newell picked up three awards on the final day of the campaign, being named the BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Player of the Season and then scooping two gongs at the foreverposh Player of the Season presentation.
Newell was presented with the BBC award by Edwin Overland and Nick Fairbairn prior to kick-off against Crawley Town at the ABAX Stadium.
He was then named the Away Travel Player of the Year, beating fellow midfield man Michael Bostwick to the prize.
Marcus Maddison finished runners-up in the foreverposh Player of the Year category with Newell again winning the main award.
Harry Anderson was named the foreverposh Young Player of the Year, as voted for by manager Dave Robertson following an impressive breakout campaign.