Midfielder in front in Dave Haining award competition
With less than half of the season to go, midfielder Gwion Edwards has a clear lead in the race for the Dave Haining Award.
The award was instigated in memory of the former Reds’ player, manager and secretary who gave more than 40 years’ service to the club and is given to the player with the most man of the match awards at the end of the season.
Previous winners include Billy Clarke, Joe Walsh and Ryan Dickson.
Points are also awarded to each player who finishes second and third in the poll which takes place on Reds Wall after each game.
Although Gwion has only won four man of the match votes, he has appeared in the top three 16 times.
He is on 31 points, 11 clear of skipper Sonny Bradley and Rhys Murphy, both on 20.
But with 19 matches still to be played things can still change if another player hits consistent form and catches the eye of the Reds’ fans.
DAVE HAINING AWARD
31 – Gwion Edwards
20 – Sonny Bradley, Rhys Murphy
17 – Matt Harrold
12 – Luke Rooney
11 – Jimmy Smith, Mitch Hancox
10 – Josh Yorwerth
9 – Simon Walton
8 – Joe McNerney
6 – George Smith
3 – Liam Donnelly, Roarie Deacon, Christian Scales, Shamir Fenelon
2 – Lee Barnard, Ross Jenkins
1 – Freddie Woodman, Darryl Flahavan, Callum Preston
For more details on this season's match winners click here