Awards: As They Happened
Who will win the coveted Player of the Season prize?
10.29: Only kidding! The suits are blue, of course. And very nice too. Who would ever go for cream suits anyway?
10.28: The emails are flying in now. Remember it's email@example.com if you want to join in. In the meantime, the guests here are being treated to a sneak preview of the official FA Cup final suits. A nice little cream number...
10.27: "Phil Jagielka for Player of the Year hands down. Why wasn't he in the Team of the Year. It's a joke." Kenny
10:24: Ken and Helen are claiming I was actually too busy tucking into my pudding. "A specially comissioned dessert to celebrate Everton's 2009 FA Cup run. A chocolate and toffee (see what they've done there) celebration with a unique Everton twist," according to the menu. Disappointingly, I've no idea what the twist is as I'm not being fed. The injustice...
10.21: Apologies, lost internet connection for a while there. Fingers crossed it won't happen again because I'm convinced we're about to get underway with the main awards. Honestly...
10.06pm: Unfortunately, Mikel could not be here tonight Andy. He's expecting to become a father any day now. Everton's Player of the Year 2029/30 perhaps?
10.05pm: "Is Arteta at the awards night?" Andy, West Derby
10.02pm: Three comments there for the three main contenders for the Young Player of the Year, Messrs Rodwell, Fellaini and Gosling. An interesting point from Paul though - should Fellaini, at 21, be in the Young Player of the Year category. I say, yes...
10.01pm: "Jack Rodwell should win Young Player of the Year and ahead of Fellaini. Rodwell is a proper youngster and deserves it." Paul Lee
9.57pm: "Marouane Fellaini must surely win the Young Player award. He has been in the starting XI most weeks, and, considering his age, has played brilliantly." Clare Morris
9.55pm: "Tough call between Jack Rodwell, Danny Gosling and Maraoune Fellaini.... I choose Gosling - a great prospect." Andy Costigan
9.50pm: Thanks Georgia! That does include the web team, right?
9.49pm: "Well done to all of the people involved with Everton Football Club you have truly made all us Evertonians proud. If it was up to me you would all get an award!" Georgia O'Connor
9.45pm: I promise we'll begin racing through the awards shortly. We're finally on to the third course of three.
9.38pm: So Kev thinks Phil Jagielka's getting the top award? What do you think? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
9.37pm: "When Jags receives his Player of the Season award tonight it should be his second award. Why he wasn't he mentioned in the Writers' Player of the Year. It's beyond me - just crazy." Kev Kelly
9.34pm: A very fitting tribute Maggie. Thanks for your email.
9.33pm: "I started following Everton only eight years ago in memory of my best friend who was an Evertonian since birth. Everton are now in my heart and soul." Maggie Fuller
9.27pm: Don't forget to email your comments and tributes to web.team @evertonfc.com. Had no suggestions for Young Player of the Year yet...
9.24pm: Goes to Dominic Boyle. This lad goes into his local newsagent and puts copies of the Evertonian in front of all the Liverpool magazines apparently. A worthy winner for that alone!
9.21pm: Time for the next award. The Everton Fan of the Year...
9.16pm: Unfortunately, there's only one Everton manager so no Manager of the Year award tonight Shaun. I think everyone will echo your sentiments though. Let's hope the powers that be ensure Moyes gets the credit - and awards - he deserves.
9.15pm: "There is only one manager of the season and that is Mr David Moyes for what he has achieved with the amount of injuries this great team has had. Not once has he complained about it." Shaun McCloskey
9.09pm: I've also seen former Atomic Kitten Liz McLarnon...