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Saturday 30 August K.O. 17:30

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All The Winners

See who won what as the Blues held their end of season awards

All The Winners

The great and good of Everton past and present descended on the BT Convention Centre on Liverpool’s Waterfront as the Club celebrated its 6th Annual Awards Night.

The event, sponsored by SE Investments, proved to be a special occasion for Leighton Baines as he scooped a memorable hat-trick of awards.

The defender was named Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season as well as winning Goal of the Season for his exquisite free-kick in the FA Cup against Chelsea.

It was also a memorable evening for Seamus Coleman as he walked away with the Young Player of the Season Award and the Shareholders’ Young Player of the Season Award.

Baines was presented with his Player of the Season Award by ex-Blues defender Gary Ablett, who is currently battling non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a form of blood cancer.

See below for a full list of the night’s winners:

Player of the Season (sponsored by SE Investments): Leighton Baines.

Players’ Player of the Season (Whitestone Solicitors): Leighton Baines.

Young Player of the Season (Whitestone Solicitors): Seamus Coleman.

Shareholders’ Young Player of the Season (Cayrus): Seamus Coleman.

Everton Giant (Intelligent Sales): Duncan Ferguson.

Goal of the Season (Deloitte LLP): Leighton Baines

Reserve Team Player of the Season (Rippleffect): Jose Baxter.

Academy Player of the Season (Prozone Sports): Jake Bidwell.

Ladies Player of the Season (JFK): Natasha Dowie.

Male Disability Player of the Season (Lookers): Gary Spotswood.

Female Disability Player of the Season (Lookers): Gemma Hunter.

Fan of the Year (Chang): Frank Daley.

Howard Kendall Award (O Publishing): The Club’s Academy team.
 
Chairman’s Blueblood Award (Williams Management): David Moyes and Leon Osman.

For full coverage and reaction to this year’s awards ceremony, click here.

Simon LahnI'm glad Osman got an award. He may not be the biggest name in the EPL but he gives 100% on pitch.

Saturday 21st May 06:27 Report Comment

Kev KellyWELL IN BAINSEY LAD, DUNCAN DUNCAN FERGUSON GOT A FEELIN HIS TESTIMONIAL WILL BE SOON :)

Friday 20th May 14:18 Report Comment

Alec WalkerI have just seen that Arsenal want £60 million for Fabregas and that Ronaldo can go for £150 million Baines must be worth that. Not that we want to sell him. Let us keep Rodwell and Baines,they are the future.

Friday 20th May 14:11 Report Comment

Pearl kelly KellyAwww well done leighton babe :D

Friday 20th May 12:17 Report Comment

kevin loughlinCongratulations to Baines!! Class all year just hope we can keep him long term. Good to see Ferguson get the award he deserves. It was also good to see the club recognise the fans. After reading the report, Frank Daley is clearly dedicated and in my eyes a legend in his own right. Well done Everton FC you truly are the peoples club!!!

Friday 20th May 10:14 Report Comment

Lindsey McGrathWell done Bainsey you truly deserve it! Coleman too! All the lads get trophies from me;0) getting my yellow shirt 2day got Bainsey printed on it too!! Would have all players on if I could fit em on but size 10 womans not big enough haha See you against chelski. Lets end it on a fitting victory!

Friday 20th May 08:18 Report Comment

Jimmy MacDonaldWay to go ,Bainesy

Friday 20th May 06:15 Report Comment

Justin CorioCongrats to Baines and the other winners!

Friday 20th May 00:33 Report Comment
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