Awards: As They Happened
Who will win the coveted Player of the Season prize?
11:30: Chelsea McGlory wins the Female Disability Player of the Year award. A huge smile beams across her face as she collects her gong from Louis Saha.
11:27: Another massive cheer goes up as Dan Gosling's goal is played on the big screens. But will it win the award?
11:25: "Do they always have to leave things until the last minute. It is like last summer's transfer window - waiting then at the last minute everything happens!" Stephen
11:23: Steve Midgehall. He received his award from Tim Howard, which is fitting as Steve is also a goalkeeper.
11.22: An award! The Male Disability Player of the Year goes to...
11.16: You guessed it - an encore. They really have finished now though. We're being treated to a classical interpretation of Tell Me Ma instead. All together now...
11.11: That had to be the longest violin instrumental of all time. Seriously, it's just finished - after 11 minutes!!!
11.10: "Has to be Jags though, doesn’t it? A mention for Baines though - largely out of the picture for ages and has been phenomenal the last few months." Terry
11.04: There's also Trevor Steven, Kevin Ratcliffe, Graeme Sharp, Ian Snodin, John Bailey, Derek Temple, Barry Horne, Joe Parkinson and Derek Mountfield. I'll keep my eye out for more...
11.03: Thought you might like to know who else is here this evening. Well, SkySports' Andy Gray (an Everton legend too, of course!) and Richard Keys are presenting the awards...
11.00: At last! The music's gone up, there are violinists on the stage and I think this party's about to get started. What do you mean I said that before?
10.58: "I think it is worth a mention not to forget about Steve Round when we praise Sir David Moyes." Paul, Widnes
10.57: "He probably won't win an award tonight but a big mention has to go to little Steven Pienaar. He has become a very important player for us this season - especially since the injury to Arteta." Andy Monaghan
10.55: Me too Ben, me too. But stay with us. It'll be worth it. We must be getting past the players' bedtimes now surely?
10.54: "I wish they would start already. I have school! Phil Neville should get an award as he is a true professional and a key player." Ben
10.49: Well said, Sean. And the perfect way to get us back to what tonight's really about - rewarding Everton's players for a fantastic season. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you've got a comment to make.
10:48: "I have to say if there was an award for most improved and loyal player it would have to be Phil Neville. He has been outstanding this year and doesn't get the credit he deserves." Sean Jones
10:45: To keep you filled in on what is proving to be a very long but most enjoyable evening, we are now on to the auction. Top prize is a signed pair of Phil Jagielka's boots.
10.39: Reading between the lines the main course was roast beef. And now I'm feeling peckish. Thanks, Colin.
10.38: Colin, the pudding was as described below. Apparently. The starter was, and I quote, "A platter of the finest Scottish salmon served with blush and bitter leaves with a splash of first press olive oil." Your guess is as good as mine.
10.37: "Enjoying this very much, but I am a bit of a foodie so would welcome some details of the three courses served up to the assembled guests" Colin Nolan.
10.34: The evertonfc.com hub just received its first visit of the evening. Marouane Fellaini popped in to say bonjour. And then he was off again. Maybe to collect the Young Player of the Year award. Who knows?