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Bostwick Wins Top Honours At End Of Season Awards

27 April 2017

Michael Bostwick named Player of the Year at end of season awards.

Peterborough United's longest serving outfield player picked up two gongs at the end of season awards evening at the Holiday Inn on Wednesday evening.

Michael Bostwick was named the Foreverposh Away Travel Player of the Year (thanks to votes from supporters using the official Tourmaster coaches to away games) and the Foreverposh Player of the Season.

Marcus Maddison was runner-up in the Away Travel category while on-loan goalkeeper Luke McGee was runner-up in the Player of the Year award.

McGee was given the honour of being named the Players' Player of the  Season while Gwion Edwards picked up the Goal of the Season award for his individual effort at Charlton Athletic.

Leonardo Da Silva Lopes was named the Young Player of the Year while Marcus Maddison was the winner of the Junior Posh Player of the Season.

The Ladies Reserves Players’ Player of the Year was named as Courtney Edwards, while The Ladies Reserves Manager’s Player of the Year was awarded to Imogen James. The Ladies Players’ Player of the Year was awarded to Amy Challis and The Ladies’ Manager Player of the Year was presented to Jess Driscoll.

The final award of the evening was the Outstanding Contribution to PUFC award and it was presented to long-serving Boardroom Host Bob Burrows.




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