Ramsbottom United players and supporters joined following the final game of the season to look back over the 2021/22 campaign and present a number of awards.
Goalkeeper Tom Stewart led the way, claiming the prestigious Players Player of the Year award as well as the Supporters Club Player of the Year trophy too.
Stewart played in 38 games across the 2021/22 campaign, collecting ten ‘clean sheets’ and being on hand to save the Rams on a number of occasions with some outstanding displays between the sticks.
21-year-old defender Luke Barlow, who joined the Rams from Stalybridge Celtic in October was crowned Clubman of the Year. He made 25 appearances for the club, impressing at the back and always being available to assist where needed.
The player of the month award, sponsored by Irwell Works Brewery, was won by Domaine Rouse, who closed a fine season for the Rams with four goals in April.
He would finish the season with 12 goals in all, double the amount of any other player in the season.
There was also a special award made by Supporters Club Chairman Darren Comer to retiring club captain Tom Kennedy for his service to the club.
Of course, the room was enlived by a speech by club Chairman Harry Williams, who thanked everyone for the support and their efforts during the year.
Congratulations to all of the winners.