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Ipswich Town recognised key figures at the club during last night's End of Season dinner at Venue 16 <i>(Image: Stephen Waller)</i>

Ipswich Town recognised key figures at the club during last night’s End of Season dinner at Venue 16 (Image: Stephen Waller)

Ipswich Town handed out their awards at last night’s End of Season dinner, having sealed promotion to the Premier League after Saturday’s 2-0 win against Huddersfield Town.

Captain Sam Morsy was named as the Men’s Player of the Year, but he didn’t bag the Players’ Player of the Year, which was voted for by members of the first-team squad. That was given to left-back Leif Davis, who registered 18 assists in the Championship.

Others were less surprising. Omari Hutchinson was chosen as the Young Player of the Year while Wes Burns won Goal of the Year for his stunning trivela against Coventry City.

Conor Chaplin and Nathan Broadhead were also recognised for finishing the campaign as top scorers with 13 goals each, and Harry Clarke received the ‘Philip Hope-Cobbold Award’ for his work in the community.

Outside of the men’s team, Finley Barbrook was chosen as Academy Player of the Year while Sophie Peskett was named Women’s Player of the Year and Women’s Player’s Player of the Year.

 

The full list of winners can be found below:

  • Men’s Player of the Year, sponsored by Greene King – Sam Morsy
  • Women’s Player of the Year, sponsored by S&P – Sophie Peskett
  • Men’s top goalscorer, sponsored by Birketts – Conor Chaplin/Nathan Broadhead
  • Women’s top goalscorer, sponsored by MSC – Natasha Thomas
  • Men’s Players’ Player of the Year, sponsored by Halo – Leif Davis
  • Women’s Players’ Player of the Year, sponsored by Kesgrave Kitchen – Sophie Peskett
  • Men’s Goal of the Season, sponsored by DPS Tech – Wes Burns (v Coventry, 2 December 2023)
  • Women’s Goal of the Season, sponsored by Farnham Leisure – Natasha Thomas (v MK Dons, 10 September, 2023)
  • Academy Player of the Year, sponsored by OCS – Finley Barbrook
  • The Philip Hope-Cobbold Award – Harry Clarke
  • The Philip Hope-Cobbold Award – Kyra Robertson
  • Men’s Young Player of the Year, sponsored by Fleximize – Omari Hutchinson
  • Women’s Young Player of the Year, sponsored by QTV – Leah Mitchell
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