Last Friday saw Pollok’s annual Player of the Year awards evening take place.
Goalkeeper Scott Morrison took his second successive player of the year award, as voted by the membership at the Annual General Meeting. When asked to say a few words, Scott, modest as ever, expressed his thanks to everyone and admitted he was surprised by the award this year. However, anyone who watches Pollok regularly will understand the confidence inspired when Scott is between the sticks, so well done Scott on a thoroughly well-deserved award!
The Players’ Player of the Year was Carlo Monti, whose glut of goals in recent weeks contributed massively to the club’s fortunes, and subsequent play-off victory. Carlo was also been awarded the season’s top goalscorer award after the Renfrew match, having scored a total of fifteen goals since his arrival.
A third award, the supporters award based off of aggregate votes on an online forum, was made to consistent defender Peter McMahon. The award was accepted on Peter’s behalf by Lee Nichol.
The final awards of the evening were presented to two of our Juveniles: the committee award going to Ross McCabe, and the players’ player of the year going to Bobby Hughes.
More photos from the awards are available here.