Sleights Football Club celebrated their best-ever season last Friday at the Plough pub.
Sam Leadley and Ed Turner’s men took a treble of trophies with the Marisa Cup, Panasonic Cup and Beckett League second division championship.
Leadley and Turner were honoured themselves for the work carried out in trying to get the club back playing in the village and with printing and other off-field assistance, respectively.
Leadley was also rewarded for chalking up over 100 appearances on the field.
Their managers’ player award went to midfielder Robbie Hurworth, who shared the players’ player of the year award with Charlie Smith.
Will Cork-Dove was awarded most improved player with centre-half Chris Hurworth taking the young player accolade.
Joint secretary Chris Warrior’s efforts as joint secretary were rewarded, the full-back was also a runner up in both player of the year categories.
Borough Council sports development officer Matt Hewison was praised for his assistance with the #backtosleights campaign, with Guisborough-based duo Charlie Patterson and Luke Jackson’s travelling celebrated.
Patterson also provided two signed footballs and a signed Middlesbrough FC pennant that raised £45 in total on the night.
Sleights FC’s AGM takes place at the Salmon Leap at 6.15pm on Tuesday July 24.