PAUDIE O'Connor swept up a quartet of personal trophies, in Bradford City's 2020-21 Player of the Year Awards.

The young Irish defender was able to collect a host of tangible rewards on Thursday evening, including the prestigious JCT600 Player of the Year award, after an impressive campaign for the Bantams.

He was also able to claim the East Bierley Bantams Player of the Year award, the Shipley Bantams Most Consistent Away Performer of the Year award and the Mitton Group's Players' Player of the Year award.

Lee Novak claimed the highly anticipated Apprenticeships Bradford College Goal of the Season Award, for his superb acrobatic attempt away to Grimsby Town.

The experienced striker collected a staggering 77% of the votes, to run away with the trophy.

Friends of BCFC voted Anthony O'Connor as their Player of the Year, as did Bingley Bantams.

And Elliot Watt, who welcomed his first child into the world this week, topped the week off by claiming the Bradford Trust's Young Player of the Year award.

Away from the Men's First Team, Maisie Norde collected the City Women's Player of the Year award, after a stand-out season.

Charlie Wood impressed throughout the season for the Academy and acquired The Yorkshire Catering Company Bantams Academy Player of the Year award.

As for the Bradford City Girls (U1Os-U18s), Anaayah Charles won the Team Archie Bradford City Girls award.

Alyssa McLaren claimed the Bradford City Disability FC Women’s Player of the Year award.

Tim Forthrop won the Men’s Bradford City Disability Player of the Season award.