IN PICTURES: Banbridge Rangers awards

The Players' Player of the Year award went to defender Ryan Gregg. Supporters' Player of the Year, meanwhile, went to William Frazer.
The Players' Player of the Year award went to defender Ryan Gregg. Supporters' Player of the Year, meanwhile, went to William Frazer.
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Banbridge Rangers Senior Awards and Dinner was held at the Coach Inn on Saturday evening with a large turnout of players, committee and supporters.

After the meal the awards were plentiful and were distributed by the management teams of the First Team, Reserves and Under 17s.

Mark Wilton and Chris Chambers couldn't be separated as outgoing boss Richard McMinn picked his Manager's Player of the Year award. The club are in the midst of their search for a new manager after McMinn announced he was to stand down.

Mark Wilton and Chris Chambers couldn't be separated as outgoing boss Richard McMinn picked his Manager's Player of the Year award. The club are in the midst of their search for a new manager after McMinn announced he was to stand down.

Clubman of the Year was presented to Jonny Clarke for his diligent work as match day Co-ordinator throughout the season whilst Jason Hillis picked up the Merit Award for his efforts behind the scenes with both the Under 15s, Senior Teams and Committee.

The Supporters at Banbridge Rangers play a vital role and this year Desy Noble was selected as Supporter of the Year for not missing a game with William Frazer getting the most votes from those on the sidelines for Supporters’ Player of the Year.

Jonny Clarke's commitment to Banbridge Rangers was marked as he picked up the Clubman of the Year award.

Jonny Clarke's commitment to Banbridge Rangers was marked as he picked up the Clubman of the Year award.

Rangers' first team's Young Player of the Season award went to Stephen Teggart.

Rangers' first team's Young Player of the Season award went to Stephen Teggart.

The Most Improved Player was Kyle Sargeant.

The Most Improved Player was Kyle Sargeant.

Jason Hillis picks up the club's Merit Award at the awards night in the Coach Inn.

Jason Hillis picks up the club's Merit Award at the awards night in the Coach Inn.

The Reserves prize-winners show off their spoils.
Top row: Dean Gordon (Players' POTY and Top Scorer), Jason Adamson (Most Improved), Stuart Cairns (Manager's POTY).
Bottom Row: Reuben Cobb (Young POTY) and David McCullough.

The Reserves prize-winners show off their spoils. Top row: Dean Gordon (Players' POTY and Top Scorer), Jason Adamson (Most Improved), Stuart Cairns (Manager's POTY). Bottom Row: Reuben Cobb (Young POTY) and David McCullough.

Picking up the Under 17s awards were:
Top row: Ryan Woods (Players' POTY - second left), Reuben Cobb (Manager's POTY - second right).
Bottom row: Jack Savage (Most Improved), Bradley Harper (Top Scorer) and Russell Hilland (Tournament Player).
Also pictured are Colin Martin (top left) and Stuart Cairns (top right).

Picking up the Under 17s awards were: Top row: Ryan Woods (Players' POTY - second left), Reuben Cobb (Manager's POTY - second right). Bottom row: Jack Savage (Most Improved), Bradley Harper (Top Scorer) and Russell Hilland (Tournament Player). Also pictured are Colin Martin (top left) and Stuart Cairns (top right).