It was a double celebration for Michael Duckworth as he scooped the top awards at Bradford Park Avenue’s end-of-season presentation night.

Duckworth picked up the Supporters’ Player of the Year accolade and the sought-after award voted for by his peers, the Players’ Player of the Year.

Richard Marshall was rewarded for his efforts throughout the campaign when he picked up the Top Scorer’s gong after banging in 19 goals, many of them memorable - six ahead of his nearest challenger Danny Holland.

The fourth main award of the evening was Clubman of the Year, and that was handed to long-serving kitman Dave Wilson.

Known by players and supporters alike simply as ‘Primo’, former Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper and Sunday League referee Wilson is very popular and has served the club under eight managers, stretching back to Trevor Storton.

Duckworth joined the club as a winger or forward but Bradford boss John Deacey spotted other qualities in the 21-year-old and the player who has since made the right-back role his own.

Paul Walker, a close-season signing, was the only ever present player throughout Avenue’s campaign, making 45 starts and three substitute appearances.