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Young Player of the Season

Young Player of the Season

James Vaughan has capped a fine second half of the season by winning the Young Player of the Season award.

He triumphed over Manuel Fernandes, teenage strike partner Victor Anichebe and Iain Turner to take the trophy.

Vaughan, Everton's youngest ever goalscorer endured a nightmare campaign last season when he injured a knee whilst on England under 19 duty.

But after regaining fitness in the early part of this season Vaughan returned to the first team fold and was named on the bench on several occasions in November and December, making his first appearance of the season against Charlton.

James Vaughan wins the Young Player of the Year AwardJames Vaughan wins the Young Player of the Year Award

Then he scored his first goal of the season - and only his second ever at senior level - as a late sub against West Ham at Goodison.

Starting roles in big home clashes against Arsenal and Manchester United were to follow, and the 18-year-old also boosted his goals tally with strikes against Fulham and Bolton and won a penalty in Everton's European place clincher against Portsmouth last weekend, just a few days after extending his contract until 2011.

He told evertonTV exclusively: "Victor deserves this as much as me and I am going to share it with him - it has been a great season for both of us."

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