Goalkeeper scoops two trophies and Yorwerth, Roberts and Boldewijn pick up awards
Goalkeeper Glenn Morris picked up two awards, including the prestigious Player of the Year accolade, at Sunday's presentation dinner at the Checkatrade Stadium.
As well as winning Player of the Year, Glenn also won the award for away Player of the Year based on votes collected by GH Coaches, who provide away travel to all the Reds' fixtures.
Glenn said: "It's a great honour and I'm really chuffed to be Player of the Year.
"It's obviously been a better season that last year, but I still feel we could have achieved more - and I think I speak for the rest of the squad as well as the management team.
"We were two points from getting in the play-offs at one stage so it's slightly disappointing where we have ended up. But we have worked with the manager for a year now and know what he expects of us so I think we have a lot of things in place to make a really big push for the play-offs next season."
Jordan Roberts' stunning volley against Wigan in the FA Cup was named Goal of the Season while the award for Young Player, which was voted for by members of the Crawley Town Supporters Alliance, went to defender Josh Yorwerth.
There was a special merit award to Kevin Byrne, former MD and founder of Checkatrade, whose sponsorship of the club comes to an end at the end of this season.
The PFA Community Champion went to Enzio Boldewijn while Carol Bates was a deserved and unsuspecting winner of the Clubman of the Year award for her fantastic efforts in setting up Crawley Old Girls (COGS) and her work on matchdays with our mascots.