ALBION Sports held their presentation evening following their 3-2 win at Harrogate Railway Athletic on the last day of the campaign and the awards were spread out.

Joe Barden collected the prestigious players’ player of the season, while Danny Facey picked up the management's player of the season accolade, and Temour Khan was clubman of the campaign.

Facey was the club’s top scorer, his 31 goals putting him just one behind the combined total of Omar Habeeb and Karl Hall, who finished joint second in the scoring list.

Albion boss Kulwinder Sandhu said: “We don’t give out a top scorer’s award because it’s more about teamwork and the contribution of everyone over the season, but it’s been great having Danny back at the club, and for him to get 30 odd goals shows that he’s enjoyed it as well.”

Facey returned to Albion from Evo-Stik League neighbours Brighouse Town.

Sandhu has spent almost 33 years as Albion manager and he is on the shortlist for an award from the West Riding County FA.

Sandhu said: “It’s nice to be nominated for a contribution to football award by the County FA, and I’ve been invited to the dinner at Elland Road.

"Norman Hunter and Paul Reaney will be at the presentation dinner, so it should be a very nice evening.

“Some people are saying that I’m the longest serving manager at the same club in the country but I don’t know if that’s true.

"I thought it was a bit of a laugh when a football website asked me for an interview about my 30-odd years with Albion Sports, but it’s just gone on from there.”