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Read all about this year's End of Season Award winners.

12 May 2022

PFA Community Champion Award - Ludwig Francillette

Ludwig Francillette picked up the first award of the evening as he was named the PFA Community Champion. Head of the Crawley Town Community Foundation, Darren Ford, presented the award, which is given to the player that has given an extra hand to the Community Foundation throughout the season. Ludwig could often be seen at Community Foundation events interacting with participants of all ages.

Crawley Observer Player of the Season - Joel Lynch

This award was given to Joel Lynch by Editor of the Crawley Observer Mark Dunford. The Crawley Observer collected player ratings from each game during the 2021/22 season. The players were rated out of ten, and the player with the highest average rating at the end of the season would pick up this prize. Joel Lynch edged out Glenn Morris to claim the second award of the evening.

GH Coaches Away Player of the Season - Tony Craig

GH Coaches are the official away travel provider for Crawley Town Football Club, and similarly to the Crawley Observer, they collect a record of player performances throughout the season. Unlike the Observer, GH only records the performances of the players at away matches. Veteran defender Tony Craig was awarded with this honour. Craig was given the captain's armband on multiple occasions this season and helped produce some memorable performances away from home. 

CTSA Young Player of the Season - Nick Tsaroulla

This award can only be given to players aged 23 or under at the start of the season. As a result, four very worthy candidates were eligible. Nick Tsaroulla, Archie Davies, Ludwig Francillette and Will Ferry were all up for the award, which is sponsored by the Crawley Town Supporters Alliance. The vote was very evenly split, but it was Tsaroulla who walked away with the grand prize for the second year running. The young full-back made 28 appearances this season, scoring three goals in the process.

Players’ Player of the Season - Glenn Morris

Some players may consider this as the most prestigious award as it is voted for exclusively by their teammates. It was no surprise to see the Cat come up to the stage to collect this award. The goalkeeper has had one of his finest seasons to date. Morris is no stranger to this award as he has picked it up on almost every occasion since he arrived at the club in 2016. Club captain George Francomb presented Glenn with the award on stage.

Clubman Award - Brij Patel

The Clubman Award is given to a member of the off the field team that has shown great commitment to the club. Brij has worked at the club for many years and has always shown great commitment to the football club. Never one to shy away from hard graft, Brij is always on hand to get the job done and keep the stadium clean and tidy.

The Dannie Bulman Award for Outstanding Contribution - Dave Nightingale

The Dannie Bulman Award for Outstanding Contribution is a brand new award that is named after club legend Dannie Bulman. This award was given to Head Steward Dave Nightingale, who has given over 25 years of impeccable service to the football club. Dave has been keeping the crowd on a matchday safe for over two decades and cemented himself as a core part of the CTFC matchday team.

Goal of the Season - Nick Tsaroulla vs Carlisle United (H)

Nick Tsaroulla was back up to the stage to collect his second award of the evening. Just like the Young Player of the Season Award, Nick was picking up Goal of the Season for the second year running. Tsaroulla’s 90th minute strike against Carlisle United in September won him the award. An incredible half-volley effort from the edge of the box which sent the terrace behind the goal into raptures.

Player of the Season - Glenn Morris

The main event was saved until the end of the evening, and it was the Cat who picked up the Player of the Year Award. Voted for by the fans, Glenn wiped the field with the competition to claim yet another award. The 38-year-old started all 46 league games for the Reds this season to cap off yet another incredible season. Reds fans were delighted to learn that Glenn signed a new two-year contract with the club in April, keeping the double award winner at the club for the next two seasons. 

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