Archived News August - December 2003|
|30 August 2003||
Long Buckby 1 Lynn 5
A goal by Shane Huke, on for the injured Richard Woodrow, gave Lynn a 1-0 half-time lead at Long Buckby.
Second half goals followed from Robbie Harris, Jack Defty, Malcolm Ndekwe and Chris Bacon before the home side scored a consolation.
Hopes of a local derby in the next round failed to materialise as Fakenham went down 3-0 at S&L Corby despite the home side being reduced to ten men for the second half.
Lynn: Wilson, Glarvey, Skelly (Jones 72), Burrows, Fuff, Defty, Doughty (Ndekwe 72), Raynor, Bacon, Harris, Woodrow (Huke 31). Subs not used: Higgs, Hyde.
Lynn Reserves 3 Histon 4
As the score might suggest, this was not a game which saw a good defence display.
Lynn found themselves a goal down on seven minutes when Andy Mee was allowed to head home unchallenged from a corner.
On fifteen minutes Lynn were two down when Andrews scored following a free kick.
From the restart Lynn got back into the game through Simon Bush and two minutes later an Alan Murray header put the scores level.
The game then settled down with Lynn possibly making the greater demands and the Histon keeper pulling off some good saves.
On 75 minutes, however, a mix-up in the Lynn defence allowed Liam Kennett to put Histon back in the lead and three minutes later the same player scored again.
Luke Brendling pulled a goal back on 80 minutes but this time there was no equaliser.
Whilst Lynn had injury and first team call ups they know the defensively they will have to improve when they face AFC Sudbury at The Walks next week.
Lynn: Nobes, Garvey, Buhleman (Heath-Preston), Palmer, Murray, Thompson, Redhead, McManus, Bush, Cobb (Brendling), Blake.
|25 August 2003||
Stamford 2 Lynn 3
Lynn overcame bookies favourites Stamford in front of the home sides largest ever Dr Martens League gate.
Lynn got the perfect start on two minutes, Staff and Defty combining to set up Robbie Harris to give Lynn the lead.
Despite Lynn getting the majority of the play Stamford drew level on 21 minutes when Donald equalised from a free kick - the ball evading Lynn and Stamford players alike.
Lynn. however, continued to have the edge and retook the lead on 33 minute, Harris setting up Woodrow to score.
It was Lynn's dominance which lead to Stamford's equaliser. A poor corner kick from Raynor allowed Stamford to break and Pritchard found Byrne who outpaced what was left of the Lynn defence who had not gone up for the corner and beat Wilson from 20 yards.
Lynn took the lead for the third time on 70 minutes with Harris once again setting up Woodrow who scored at the second attempt.
Stamford tried to get back in the match but Wilson, who had look a little suspect in Lynn goal earlier in the match, produced two excellent saves to maintain Lynn's unbeaten start to the season.
|23 August 2003||
Lynn 4 Fleet Town 1
Patience is a virtue so the saying goes - and for Lynn's past two performances the fans have had to have a lot of patience.
It all started well enough with Lynn taking a seventh minute lead - Jack Defty heading home Raynor's corner although Lynn had chances to score before this.
Lynn were well in control but Fleet scored with their first bit of pressure - although the goal was
virtue of Glen Fuff's back header to his keeper which fell nicely into the path
of Mark Frampton.
Lynn continued to have the dominance but could not find the goal. The fans became frustrated as it seems the ideas were running - they asked for
changes and, on 65 minutes, got them.
David Staff, yet to find the goal touch of last season, was moved into midfield and Robbie Harris and
Malcolm Ndekwe put up front.
On 71 minutes Lynn went ahead when Woodrow's shot was only parried by the visiting keeper and Harris was on hand to score on the rebound.
Three minutes later Malcolm Ndekwe cross found Woodrow who guided the ball into the corner of the net.
Chris Glarvey completed the scoring with a 30 yard effort which Clayton, in the Fleet goal, failed to hold onto.
So once again Lynn get the right result and a deserved one - but the fans had to wait for it.
Lynn: Wilson, Glarvey, Skelly, Burrows, Fuff, Huke (Harris 65), Defty (Hyde 83)
Raynor, Bacon (Ndekwe 65), Staff, Woodrow.
|22 August 2003||
PROMISING Linnets striker Robbie Harris has signed a one-year extension to his
current contract which will keep him at The Walks until the end of the 2004/05
The youngster, who is set to start tomorrow's home game against
Fleet, put pen to paper after Tuesday night's opening home win over Rothwell
(see page 102 for report).
A delighted Harris, who has made tremendous
strides in the last year, said: "I'm loving my football at Lynn and had no
hesitation in agreeing a new deal.
"I feel I'm a better player than what I
was this time last season. I intend to keep plugging away and try and improve
even more. My aim is to get a regular starting place by the end of the
On behalf of the board, director of football Kevin Boon said: "We
feel Robbie's performances over the last few weeks have warranted respect and,
with one or two clubs showing an interest in him, we felt it was the right move
for both the player and the club.
"The board have got every confidence in
Robbie and believe he can make even more progress in the months
Manager Peter Morris said: "It's good news for the club that Robbie
has signed an extension to his original contract. He has only just started, but
has earned it and has bags of ability."
|19 August 2003||
Lynn 1 Rothwell 0
The performance was far more frustrating than the result in a game in which Lynn got through a month's worth of corner kicks in 90 minutes.
Lynn dominated throughout but, apart from corner kicks, had little show.
The first half saw chances fall to Chris Bacon, who lobbed wide when capitalising on a mistake, Paul Raynor whose powerful shot went straight at the keeper, and
Jack Defty whose header was cleared off the line.
The second half started in the same manner as the first with Lynn getting four corners in the first fifteen minutes but they still failed to break through.
In a move which mystified many, manager Peter Morris then substituted Chris Bacon - Lynn's best hope against a physically large Rothwell defence, and opted
for the "might" of Staff and Harris up front.
Lynn's chances became less - and then on 86 minutes corner number six of the half found Jack Defty's head and Lynn were one up.
The drama was not over, however, as Defty then managed to head against his own bar in the next minute as Rothwell at last came out in search of a goal - but Lynn were having none of it and welcomed their first win of the season and their second clean sheet.
|18 August 2003||
Lynn have not so much strengthened, as tried to repair the damage to their team for tonight's clash with Rothwell by signing Peterborough midfielder Shane Huke on loan.
With Carl Holmes out injured for 2-3 weeks and David Staff due a suspension, Australian Huke, who impressed when The Posh visited The Walks pre-season, goes straight into the squad for tonight's game.
Eighteen year old Huke, who can play in either midfield or defence, will be at The Walks for a month with the possibility of a further extension.
In Autralia Huke played for Rochedale Rovers of Brisbane and the joined the Premier Soccer Academy.
Rothwell, who lost 1-4 to Folkestone Invicta on Saturday, expect to have John Hughes and Craig McIlwain back in the team.
|16 August 2003||
Eastleigh 0 Lynn 0
Lynn came away with a point from their first encounter with Eastleigh which was achieved despite playing with ten men for 56 minutes following the dismissal of David Staff.
Staff was sent off for retaliation having aimed a kick at Eastleigh's David Hughes.
Lynn's cause was even further hindered with a hamstring injury to Carl Holmes who had had two goal scoring opportunities prior to his injury.
Malcolm Ndekwe had a couple of chances for Lynn and Burrows had a last minute opportunity with a header but given the circumstances a draw was a fair result.
Lynn Wilson, Glarvey, Skelly, Burrows, Fuff, Holmes (Woodrow 35), Defty, Raynor,
Bacon (Jones 76), Staff, Ndekwe (Harris 69) Unused subs: Nobes, Hyde
Lynn Reserves 1 Tiptree United 1
Lynn should have had this game wrapped up by half time as the dominated for long periods but could not convert their chances.
A Stuart Cobb shot on 14 minutes could not be held by visiting keeper Michael Bavester but as the ball came out Luke Brendling rushed in and completely missed the ball.
Cobb's goal attempt resulted in injury and he was replaced by Heath-preston as Lynn continued to hold the upper hand and Brendling nearly made amends for his first miss when he hit an upright.
The second half continued in much the same pattern but on 56 minutes Tiptree took the lead when John Watson latched onto a loose ball and powered home from 20 yards.
Lynn got back on level terms some ten minutes later when Simon Bush shot from the edge of the area and his effort hit the inside of the upright and went in.
Substitute Liam Forshaw had a wonderful opportunity to put Lynn ahead when he broke through, rounded the keeper but what should have been a shot into an empty net hit the post.
Simon Bush had a goal disallowed for offside and Mickey Thompson had a shot tipped over as the visitors held on for an underserved point.
Lynn: Higgs, Harvey, Blake, C Defty, Palmer, McManus, Doughty (Belton), Thompson, Bush, Brendling (Forshaw), Cobb (Heath-Preston).
Adam Jones has been given a one year contract by Lynn having impressed sufficiently in pre-season.
There is no news of further signings although with recent departures having made room for some manouvering within the budget some news is being anticipated.
The Supporters' Club will be running a coach to the FA Cup game at Long Buckby on August 30th if there is sufficient demand.
Anyone interested should see Gordon Chilvers or Kevin Chase in the Club Shop in Tuesday evening when Lynn entertain Rothwell.
|09 August 2003||
Lynn completed their pre-season programme with a comfortable win against Norwich United who has ex-Linnets Scott McIntosh and Kristian Jones on the subs bench.
To be honest Norwich were not as good as opposition as Yaxley had been the previous week and Lynn had the lion's share of play although it took nearly half an hour before Malcolm Ndekwe put Lynn ahead at the second attempt after his first shot had been half cleared.
The introduction of Robbie Harris plus all the other substitutes at half time livened things up and within five minutes Lynn had increased their lead through Harris who added his second, and Lynn's third midway through the half.
Lee Hyde blasted over an good chance whilst at the other end Wilson had little to do as most shots from United were off target.
Lynn starting line-up: Wilson, Glarvey, Skelly, Burrows, Fuff, Holmes, Woodrow, Raynor, Bacon, Staff, Ndekwe.
Subs: Harris, J Defty, Doughty, Jones, Hyde
|08 August 2003||
Midfielder Lee Stevenson will undergo an operation on his injured knee ligament on Tuesday after a second opinion produced the same outcome as the original diagnosis.
"We have been able to go ahead with the operation thanks to the cooperation of the PFA," said Morris.
"I still don't think the injury is as bad as we first feared, but there is something wrong. It is a real blow to him as he was looking the part and must have thought he was re-establishing his career.
"He just has to remain patient, and all being well, he'll be back in action early next year, if not sooner."
|03 August 2003||
Morris has made room for a couple of potential new signings having released
three players: Lewis Blois, Danny Holyoak and Martin
Holyoak has joined Ilkeston in the Dr Martens Western League, while
Blois has linked up with Diss and Eldridge with Spalding.
The Linnets boss
refused to throw light on who he is chasing, but said: "I'm looking at bringing
in a midfielder and a utility player, who can operate in either defence or
"I've got two or three names in mind, but whether they will be in
for the first league game at Eastleigh remains to be seen. I wanted to bring
some new faces in, but to do this I had to do a bit of manouvering with the
squad and the budget."
|25 July 2003||
Paul Raynor has returned to Lynn's ranks despite being released at the end of last season.
The skillful midfielder made a welcome return to The Walks filling the gap left by long term injury victim Lee Stevenson.
Last season's Player's Player of the Year had been linked with Harrogate Town during the summer but, fortunately for Lynn, Raynor wasn't signed.
He has, however, been training with ex-Linnet manager Wayne Biggins, manager of Stocksbridge Park Steels.
|25 July 2003||
The news that the Linnets dreaded has come: midfield playmaker Lee Stevenson is out for nine
The teenager was involved in an innocuous challenge at a training
game the weekend before last and suffered a mystery knee injury – initially it
was thought it was just a swelling.
But it was confirmed yesterday following
a scan that Sheffield-based Stevenson's cruciate ligament was damaged in two
It means he will miss most of the forthcoming campaign.
devastating news," said Lynn director of football Kevin Boon. "Lee is absolutely
distraught because this was going to be a big season for him.
"He had great
expectations he would eventually get back to league football, and we had great
expectations he would be our playmaker in midfield.
"He's signed a two-year
contract, and we've got to get him back as quick as possible.
to give him every support. We're not going to walk away from the
Lynn manager Peter Morris said: "It's a blow for us, but for the
lad especially, he'll be out for a year, near enough.
"Judging by his
performances at the end of last season he was the answer to some of our
problems, and in training he was strong and lively.
"The injury incident
looked so innocent, but it turned out differently.
"We've now got to crack on
as a side and as a squad.
"Obviously we wish Lee all the best, and people at
the club are talking to him every day."
Ex-Norwich City physio Tim Sheppard
had examined Stevenson and advised him to see a knee surgeon in Sheffield, Derek
Bickerstaff, who has treated many professional players.
"Derek rang me today
with the bad news," added Boon yesterday. "We've got to work with the PFA about
an operation which will cost £4,000."
The Players' Football Association had a
meeting yesterday, and Boon was expecting them to get back to him within a
The operation, which should take place within the next ten days, will be
performed by Bickerstaff either at a Sheffield hospital or his own clinic
In the meantime, on a possible replacement, Boon said: "Any transfer
would have to be passed by the board, but we're not panicking. The season is
still three weeks away.
"At the moment we've got a great bunch of first team
and reserve players who will be given equal opportunity."
The Linnets have a
derby at local rivals Wisbech tomorrow (3pm). Richard Woodrow and Robbie Harris
should be back from holiday, while Malcolm Ndekwe misses out as he is best man
at a wedding.
Morris said: "Mark Burrows just had a smack on the nose in
Tuesday's game (see page 94), but is fine."
Morris is expecting a typical
blood-and-thunder derby, adding: "It will be a test, the type of game we're
going to be up against in the league on August 16.
"No doubt we'll take a lot
of fans, I just hope everyone behaves themselves."
Lynn Reserves boss
Darren 'Biff' Bloodworth looks to have missed out on the signing of former Walks
midfielder Wayne Anderson.
Anderson had been linked to a return to The Walks,
but has opted to talk to Ridgeons Premier rivals Wisbech, who he was still
discussing terms with over the weekend.
Bloodworth rounded off his summer
transfer activity at the end of last week by bringing in James McManus and
Stuart Cobb, both 19.
Highly-rated midfielder McManus arrives from Fenland
Park, while forward Cobb was recently released by Peterborough United where he
featured for both the academy and reserve sides.
On his new recruits,
Bloodworth said: "James has been training with us and Wisbech, but has decided
to sign for us, which I am very pleased about.
"Stuart has been at
Peterborough for years and had played for the reserve team quite a few times. I
think he was a bit unlucky to be released, but it's lucky for us to get a player
of his calibre.
"Both of these lads have signed with a view that they will be
pushing for first team places."
Bloodworth, whose team open their pre-season
campaign against Ely next Tuesday, added: "The team spirit and camaraderie in
training has been fantastic, and I think we may surprise a few teams next
"I know we're not going to win the league, but we will compete and
play good football. The important thing is that we can keep the conveyor belt of
players going from the youth team right through to the first
Bloodworth will miss the first two weeks of the reserves' pre-season
programme as he will be away at Lilleshall completing his UEFA 'A'
A further addition to the Lynn squad is Jon Higgs who has arrived from Swaffham
|18 July 2003||
THE Linnets have been rocked by the news that influential midfielder Lee
Stevenson could miss the first month of the new season after damaging medial
ligaments in his knee.
Lynn's fears were confirmed by
former Norwich City physio Tim Sheppard, who has ruled the youngster out of
competitive action for six to eight weeks.
Manager Peter Morris said: "The
injury is much worse than we first thought and we will know more once he has had
"It is a major blow as everyone knows what a good player he is.
You don't like to be without any player in your squad."
Stevenson will have
to undergo a further scan to see if any damage has been done to his cartilage.
If this is the case, then The Walks outfit could have the lynchpin of their
midfield sidelined for anything from four to six months.
Despite the blow,
Lynn are unlikely to make any immediate moves in the transfer market to find a
short-term replacement for the Sheffield-based youngster, who picked up the
injury in a training match against the Reserves at Bircham Newton Training
Centre last Saturday.
|10 July 2003||
Lynn open their Dr Martens League campaign with a trip newly promoted Eastleigh - a team fancied to do well this year and rumoured to be one of the Division's big spenders.
Eastleigh have been quite busy during the summer signing a number of players including striker Paul Sales from Bashley plus Danny Rofe (Newport IoW) and
Tyrone Bowers (Salisbury). The most recent addition to the club has been Fleet Town's defender Rob Marshall - not a surprise as Eastleigh appointed Fleet's former manager mark Dennis as Director of Football earlier in the summer.
The club have not just looked in the Dr Martens League for new signings with other arrivals being Ryan Ashford (Weymouth), Chris Collins (Woking) and Kevin Gibbens (Basingstoke Town).
Behind the scenes is the involvement of entertainers Richard Digance and Mike Osman who hope to use their contacts in show business to raise money for the club - in fact Lynn fans making the journey to Eastleigh might see Mike Osman in action as the impersonator might be heard doing a ten minute session on the mike before kick-off.
Digance and Osman are no strangers to non-league football and were part of a four man consortium that were interesting in taking over Salisbury in 2001. Digance, a West Ham supporter, is also a former Yeovil Town director
|05 July 2003||
This year's Cup and Trophy draws have thorn up an interesting combination for Lynn with a few potential banana skins.
In the FA Cup, Lynn begin in the Preliminary with a trip to Long Buckby (United
Counties Premier) on August 30 and if successful this will be followed by a home game against
either Stewarts & Lloyds Corby (UCL) or Fakenham two weeks later.
In the FA Trophy, Lynn once again are faced with having to travel before getting a home draw.
In the Preliminary Round they travel to Corinthian Casuals of Ryman Division One South before entertaining Berkhamstead Town or Thame United, both of Ryman Division One North.
FA Cup Prize Money this year is:
Preliminary Round winners £1000
1st Qualifying Round £2,250
3rd Qualifying Round £5,000
4th Qualifying Round £10,000
|27 June 2003||
LYNN Reserves have seen their first signings of the summer as the side prepares
for life in the Ridgeons Premier Division.
Returning to Lynn is left-sided midielder Martin Eldridge and defender Alan Murray, both
former Lynn players, as well as that of highly-rated 16-year-old Mark
Heath-Preston from down the road at Downham.
Eldridge, 22, has moved back to the
area following a spell with Hastings in the Dr Martens Premier Division having made his first team debut for Lynn in August 2001 while
Murray has just returned to the country from Oman.
Apart from Pablo Ortega, all
of last season's squad have re-signed, leaving manager Darren Bloodworth with just two more
signings to make.
|16 June 2003||
Lynn have signed former Lynn favourite Richard Skelly.
A Norwich City schoolboy, Richard Skelly (b. 24/03/72) started with Newmarket Town in the Eastern Counties League before
making his Football League debut for Cambridge United in January 1994.
That was his only league appearance for Cambridge as he moved on to Northampton in the June of that year where
he made three appearances plus a spell on loan with Sudbury.
He joined Lynn in July 1995 and stayed for three seasons before his wife's work meant he had to move south having made 133 appearances for Lynn and scoring 13 goals..
He joined Basingstoke and then moved on to Sutton United but moved back into the area, joining Cambridge City in August
2000. He had a brief spell with Chelmsford City but then returned to Milton Road in February 2002.
He played against Lynn at both first and reserve team levels in the 2002-03 season and was sent off in the Reserve game.
He was released by Cambridge City at the end of the 2002-03 season.
|15 June 2003||
In the league cups the first team have been drawn away to Banbury United.
Seeding is being used in the Dr Martens League Cup this season with all Premier Division clubs exempt from the first round. Weymouth and Cambridge City, the bottom two non-relegated clubs last season, make their appearances in Round Two and the rest in Round Three.
The Reserves have been drawn at home to Halstead Town in the Ridgeons' League Cup.
FA Trophy Dates:
Preliminary Round 4 October 2003
1 November 2003
Second Round 29 November 2003
Third Round 10 January 2004
Fourth Round 31 January 2004
Fifth Round 21 February 2004
Sixth Round 6 March 2004
Semi Final 1 27 March 2004
Semi Final 2 3 April 2004
Final Sunday 23
|14 June 2003||
Lynn Reserves have agreed a large four figure sponsorship deal with local clothing company Double G Clothing.
The deal, said to be the biggest in recent history for the Lynn second string, will help the club plan for the forthcoming season having won promotion to the Ridgeons League Premier Division in May.
With the Lynn News sponsoring the first team, this latest move shows local
business supporting the football club and, in turn, the club supporting the
community through the youth schemes
|13 June 2003||
Lynn have continued to demonstrate their trust in home grown young talent by placing five players on first team contract.
Local lads Robbie Harris,
Lee Hyde, Charlie Defty, Stephen Harvey and Nicky Blake have all signed one-year
All five were part of the successful reserves side that won promotion
and follow in the footsteps of Chris Bacon and Jack Defty, who featured
regularly for the first team last season.
Lynn's first team squad is almost complete, but director of
football Kevin Boon has stated that the door won't be shut on any more
youngsters good enough to make the step up.
Reserve manager Darren Bloodworth has already begun his search
for new players as the reserves try to make their mark in the Ridgeons Premier
Bush is set to stay, while Jack Redhead is expected to be fully fit after
missing much of last season.
|10 June 2003||
Richard Woodrow has signed a one year deal which will keep him at The Walks for a further season.
The 19 year old former Norwich City Academy member had been considering furthering his education.
Mark Paul, however, has been released by the club.
|05 June 2003||
Lynn have confirmed the signing of Malcolm Ndekwe, a 24 year old striker from Stamford.
Ndekwe (b. 26/12/78) joined Rushden as a trainee in August 1999 but injury
his opportunities and he spent time on loan to Stamford.
Rushden to join Stamford in January 2000.
He was The Daniel's leading
scorer last season - with 20 goals in leading competitions (14 league, 1
league cup, 3 FAC, 2 FAT).
|23 May 2003||
THE Linnets made
another big pre-season signing this week when the Lynn News agreed to sponsor
them again for two years.
Publisher David Dixon said: "After a successful
first couple of years it's great news that we're continuing our relationship
with the club.
"Being a community paper the Lynn News likes to be involved
with community projects, and we feel the football club is a vital part of the
"I hope we'll all work together to get the Linnets
Director of football Kevin Boon, on behalf of the Linnets board,
said: "The directors of KLFC are delighted to announce that we are continuing
our main shirt sponsorship deal with the Lynn News.
"The initial association
has produced substantial income for the club during the last two years and we
are extremely grateful to them for their help.
"We look forward to another
partnership deal which we hope will bring promotion to the club and reward the
Lynn News for its confidence and investment in the club over the next two
Meanwhile the Reserves should be just that extra sharper at the beginning of the season thanks to three months free membership of LA Fitness of Hamburg Way, Lynn.
The deal, worth £4,000, will see each member of the reserve team given individual programmes and have full use at Lynn's premier fitness centre.
|17 May 2003||
Lynn have announced the first pre-season friendlies for the 2003-04 season with Cambridge United providing the first opposition at The Walks on July 16.
Ex-Linnet Keith Alexander will bring his Lincoln City to The Walks on 22 July and Rushden & Diamonds will visit on 31 July.
Peterborough United are scheduled for August 7th.
Lynn have introduced some small price increases in admission charges for the forthcoming season.
Entrance for first team games will be £7 (£4 concessions) and for the Reserves £4 (£2.50)>
The £7 admission charge (which includes entrance to the stand) is roughly on a par with other Eastern Division clubs whilst in the Premier Division £9 was charged at some clubs last season.
Vice-Presidents membership will cost £325 whilst season tickets will cost £150 (£85) for entrance to all league games (first team, reserves, youth).
A Season Ticket for the first team league games only will cost £120 (£70).
Fans can send a stamped addressed envelope to The Walks for an application form, or come to the club on
weekdays (check first by phone: 01553 760060).
|10 May 2003||
The season might only have just finished but plans are well in advance for the next campaign.
Chris Glarvey became the first summer signing when the 19 year old (b. 3.12.83) signed a one year deal on Friday.
Having spent three years at Sheffield United where he played mostly a right and centre back the Doncaster born player had trial with Sheffield Wednesday which came to nothing but a link with Lee Stevenson was enough to introduce him to Lynn.
The news comes after it was announced that Paul Raynor had been released by Lynn whilst Adam Weston, who had originally indicated that he was staying at The Walks, has decided to look elsewhere in the hope of finding regular first team football.
With Steve Wilson and Glen Fuff agreeing new deals it leaves the futures of just Richard Woodrow, Mark Paul and Adam Jones to be sorted out.
|26 April 2003||
The Presentation Evening following the Eastbourne Match saw the following awards made:
Player of the Year: Glen Fuff.
Runners-up: Dave Staff, Mark Burrows.
Supporters' Club Player of the Year: Glen Fuff.
Runners-up: Staff, Raynor
Players' Player of the Year: Paul Raynor.
Runners-up: Staff, Fuff.
Reserve Player of the Year: Robbie Harris
Supporters' Club Reserve Player of the Year: Robbie Harris
Reserve Players' Player of the Year: Pablo Ortega.
Youth Player of the Year: Michael Withers.
Youth Players' Player of the Year: Alan McLeish.
Most Improved Player: Liam Forshaw.
Young Player of the Year: Chris Bacon.