Young Player of the Season
Victor Anichebe followed in the footsteps of best friend James Vaughan by winning the Young Player of the Season Award.
Anichebe has been a regular in and around the first team all season, often providing a devastating impact from the subs bench.
That has been most evident inn Europe, where the striker scored four times in Everton's Uefa Cup campaign.
Perhaps most memorable was the cameo he performed in Nurnberg. After entering the fray as a substitute, he promptly won a penalty that was converted my Mikel Arteta before sealing the victory with a string run and finish down the right.
The 20-year-old won the award ahead of Leighton Baines, Jack Rodwell, Manuel Fernandes and Vaughan, following a vote by users of evertonfc.com.
The season also provided another landmark for the Nigeria-born youngster, as he made his first appearance for his country - scoring on his debut for their Olympic team in a win over South Africa.
After being presented with the award, Anichebe told evertonTV: "It's really satisfying. This award is voted for by the fans which makes it all the better. They have taken to me really well to be fair to them.
"Hopefully I can pay them back next season with some goals."