Workington Town rounded off a successful season with a presentation night for players, staff, officials and supporters.

Two players – Conor Fitzsimmons and Brad Holroyd – went home with a collection of trophies between them.

They were joint winners of the Workington Town player of the year 2021 to cap outstanding seasons for both.

Forward Fitzsimmons was the Workington Town Supporters Club George Petre Memorial Trophy player of the year, the Derwent Park Supporters Club player of the year and players’ player of the year.

Winger Holroyd, who will be playing for Widnes in the Championship next season, has plenty to show for his season with Town as he also won players’ young player of the year, was the top try-scorer and scored the try of the season against London Skolars from inside his own half.

Matty Henson clinched the Times & Star player of the year award, voted for by readers.

There were also three awards for the seemingly ageless Carl Forber, who clinched the Golden Boot, the moment of the season award for his try after the hooter against Rochdale Hornets at home, and top points scorer.

The RLFC chairman’s award for an outstanding contribution to the club went to Scott Graham, who is the head of the Derwent Park Supporters Club and fundraises all year.

The directors club person of the year produced shared winners – the Covid Crew volunteers who completed the testing and compliance paperwork, Helen McDowell, Mark and Carole Shaw, Vicki McDonald and the Rev Ian Grainger, and the Famous Five pitch maintenance team and kitman Stephen Daniel also shared the award.

The Travellers Rest Supporters Club player of the year went to Ethan Bickerdike, the Brian Ritson award for most influential Townie on or off the pitch was given to head coach Chris Thorman, and the coaches’ most improved player of the year was Bickerdike.

The family of the late Shaun Weaver gave their trophy to Caine Barnes.

Coaches’ player of the year was Hanley Dawson and the lifetime achievement award was presented to Jimmy Woolaghan.