PAUDIE O'Connor was the big winner at last night's end of season dinner for City, scooping the two main prizes.

The club captain was named Players' Player of the Year and also the JCT600 Player of the Year too.

O'Connor started every league game this season, except one, the third-last outing against Scunthorpe at Valley Parade, for which he was suspended.

It meant he played over 500 minutes more than anyone else in the squad.

He was in the heart of defence for all of City's 11 clean sheets in League Two this term, and helped himself to three goals.

The East Bierley Bantams also named him as their star man.

O'Connor's regular centre-back partner Yann Songo'o was chosen as Shipley Bantams and Bingley Bantams' best player, while Elliot Watt was given that same gong by the Bantams Supporters Trust.

Bobby Pointon was named the academy player of the year, while the male disability player of the year was Toby Hunter.

Katy Greenwood was named female disability player of the year and Jonathan Heseltine was the junior disability player of the year.

There was a fantastic surprise announcement at the end of season do as well, with City's chief executive officer Ryan Sparks confirming the news that Jamie Walker was leaving Hearts to join the Bantams on a permanent two-year deal.