Awards: As They Happened
Who will win the coveted Player of the Season prize?
9.07pm: As soon as the knives and forks return to the tables we'll be underway with the main awards. A list of honourable guests has been read out, including winners of Everton's previous FA Cup winning teams, former managers and the Everton Ladies who came so close to winning the title last weekend.
9.04pm: "Every time I watch our beloved Everton they play with passion. It makes me so proud. The team is fantastic and David Moyes a hero." Adi, Burton on Trent
9.00pm: "We are the epitome of the word 'team'. The players, fans, board and staff truly make us The People's Club. Upward and onward towards glory by winning the Cup. From there a top four finish next season with another cup to boot." Paul Muldoon
8.51pm: Apologies Ladies and Gents, there's a small break in play while dinner is served. Fantastic spring rolls.
8.42pm: Bill Kenwright: "There will never be another football club like Everton." Is it just the hairs on my neck?
8.35pm: Mr Kenwright finishes his speech to another rousing round of applause. Every single first-team player got a mention and it's fair to say the chairman is overwhelmed at what has been achieved this season. He saved a blushing Phil Jagielka until last and the mere mention of his name raised everyone in St George's Hall to their feet.
8.33pm: Refresh this page regularly to keep up-to-date with all the goings on at the Awards night.
8.30pm: "I think everyone involved with Everton should be very proud of what has been achieved this season, and may we look forward to the following couple of years. I get the feeling they could be very successful." Ray Moss, West Derby
8.25pm: Bill Kenwright takes to the stage to give a personal tribute to each of the players in the current squad. Don't forget to email in your comments and tributes to firstname.lastname@example.org. The best will be publish right here.
8.23pm: "My father was a seven-days-a-week manager," says Joyce, Harry Catterick's daughter. Sums up the dedication that helped him lead the Club to two league titles and an FA Cup.
8.22pm: ...Harry Catterick. Joyce, the daughter of the late legendary manager, comes up to receive the award on behalf of her father. He's the man who led Everton to the 1966 FA Cup. I wonder if David Moyes will be able to say he's matched that achievement a fortnight from now?
8.21pm: The first award task of the evening is to name this year's inductee into the list of Everton Giants. And the winner is....
8.20pm: So who's going to win what? The full list of awards is below. The big one, of course, is the Player of the Year. Just a few contenders for that one.
8.15pm: The evening begins with a video of this season's highlights. Dan Gosling's goal against Liverpool receives the biggest cheer of all. Could it be a contender for the Goal of the Season award?
8.10pm: There's a standing ovation for David Moyes as he makes his way to the head table. So many of the Everton greats past and present are here this evening - and to a man they applauded the current boss.
7.57pm: If you'd like to make a comment on any of the awards throughout the evening get in touch by emailing email@example.com. We'll then publish the best comments in the live commentary.
7.55pm: Refresh this page regularly to keep up-to-date with all the goings on at the Awards night.
7.53pm: Good evening and welcome to evertonfc.com and our live coverage of the 2008/09 End of Season Awards night. Suited and booted, the players arrived on the blue carpet just moments ago. Stick with us throughout the evening to find out all the big winners first...
Everton's prestigious end of season awards dinner takes place on Monday evening.
St George's Hall, in Liverpool city centre, is the grand setting for the glamourous ceremony.
A plethora of coveted awards will be handed out to those who have contributed to Everton's success this season - as well as those who have influenced the Club's rich history.
David Moyes, his staff and the entire first team squad will be in attendance, while a number of bona fide Everton legends will also be present.
The main award is the Player of the Season, with voting taking place here on evertonfc.com over the last two weeks.
Martin Tyler and Andy Gray will announce the winners on the night, with other big awards including the Young Player of the Season, and the Goal of the Season. The latest Everton Giant will also be named.
The list of categories is as follows:
- Player of the Season
- Young Player of the Season
- Players' Player of the Season
- Goal of the Season
- Reserve Player of the Season
- Academy Player of the Season
- Ladies Player of the Season
- Female Disability Player of the Season
- Male Disability Player of the Season
- Everton Giant
- The People's Club Award
- Shareholders' Young Player Award
- The Howard Kendall Award
- Fan of the Year
- Employee of the Season