Skelton wins three awards at player-of-the-year presentation
Last updated at 18:19, Saturday, 28 April 2012
DEFENDER Gavin Skelton won three awards at the Barrow AFC player-of-the-year presentation.
Winger Jack Mackreth and goalkeeper Danny Hurst also picked up trophies.
Evening Mail player-of-the-year: Jack Mackreth
Programme Starman: Jack Mackreth
Players' player-of-the-year: Gavin Skelton
Independent Supporters' Club player-of-the-year: Gavin Skelton
National Supporters' Club player-of-the-year: Gavin Skelton
Barrow AFC player-of-the-year: Danny Hurst
Clubman-of-the-year: Bob Herbert (programme editor)
First published at 18:18, Saturday, 28 April 2012
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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