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Stewart Sweeps The Board

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Queens Park Rangers defender Damion Stewart bagged two awards in the Player of the Year awards last night.

The awards evening held last night (Saturday) saw the big Jamaican pick up both Supporters Player of the Year and the Ray Jones Players` Player of the Year, narrowly fending off Czech stopper Radek Cerny and Latvian Kaspars Gorkss in the former.

The Daphne Biggs Supporters` Young Player of the Season was given to versatile defender Matthew Connolly. The former Arsenal man has been exemplary in all areas of defence, belying his inferior years.

The Kiyan Prince Goal of the Season award went to Martin Rowlands for his sensational strike against Wolverhampton Wanderers live on Sky. The midfielder has since been sidelined with a knee injury picked up against Derby County.

The awards were given as follows:

Supporters' Player of the Year - Damion Stewart

Daphne Biggs Supporters' Young Player of the Year - Matthew Connolly

Ray Jones Players' Player of the Year - Damion Stewart

Kiyan Prince Goal of the Season - Martin Rowlands

Community Commitment Award - Gareth Ainsworth

Supporter of the Year - Fred Perry

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday April 26 2009

Time: 8:48AM

Your Comments

Well done Damion, had a very good season.
Boxer
Well done Damion, had a very good season.
Boxer
True, congrats Damion, although I thought Kaspars would have won this hands down.
Guttermouth
True, congrats Damion, although I thought Kaspars would have won this hands down.
Guttermouth
really glad Matt got the recognition he deserved.
kiwi park ranger
really glad Matt got the recognition he deserved.
kiwi park ranger
 

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