The main honours at Larne Football Club’s end-of-season prize-giving were shared amongst the players with Kevin Bradley, Guillaume Keke and Stuart McMullan taking home Player of the Year prizes.
The event, held on Saturday, was organised by the Inver Red and Whites Supporters’ Club, who voted for Stuart McMullan as their Player of the Year.
The Larne FC Player of the Year, which was open to all supporters who voted online, went to Guillaume Keke. Keke also took the Inver Red and Whites’ Top Scorer award with 23 goals.
The Fergusson Coal Player of the Year, presented Stephen Ashe, the manager of the Larne branch, was won by Kevin Bradley.
The Larne Olympic prizes were also shared. The Larne Olympic Player of the Year as chosen by the Olympic coaching staff was Shaun McGoran.
The Players’ Player of the Year went to Jonny McManus, who started his third game for the first team against Lisburn Distillery.
The Inver Red and Whites Larne Olympic award was won by defender Adam Swann, whilst Keith Hall took the top scorer prize with 23 goals.
The Gary Critchley Award was won by a Larne Olympic player this year, with Ryan Critchley presenting the award on behalf of the Critchley family to Neill Bradshaw.
A special award was made by Larne Football Club to Alan Girvan to recognise his efforts this season.
The Inver Red and Whites presented a signed shirt to their member Tommie Robinson, whose mother sadly passed away recently after a long illness.
The club also presented midfielder Scott Irvine with £50 sponsorship ahead of running a leg of the Belfast City Marathon on Bank Holiday Monday. The Greenisland man was running for Brain Injury Matters NI & Action On Hearing Loss NI.
Larne Football Club would like to place on record its thanks to the Inver Red and Whites Supporters’ Club for running the evening and for their support during the season.