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Gallagher Named England C Player of the Year

Shots midfielder Jake Gallagher has been named England C Player of the Year by manager Paul Fairclough.

Part of the National Game Awards, whose ceremony was held at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday afternoon, Gallagher won his ninth cap for the Three Lions in November and is now the most experienced member of Fairclough’s squad.

Other awards…

Fair Play Award: Clitheroe FC

Unsung Hero: Albert Lant, founder and President of Concord Rangers

Goalkeeper of the Year: Paul Farman, Lincoln City

Fan of the Year: Andrew Betts, Stalybridge Celtic

Goal of the Season: Dave Tarpey, Maidenhead United

Cup Run of the Year: Lincoln City

Young Player of the Year: Sean Raggett

Step 3 & 4 Player of the Year: Dan Maguire, Blyth Spartans

Player of the Year: Alex Woodyard, Lincoln City

Golden Boot: Danny Rowe, AFC Fylde

Community Club of the Year: Sutton United

Lifetime Achievement Award: Andrew Morris, co-founder and Chief Executive of Westfields

Team of the Year: Lincoln City

Manager of the Year: Danny Cowley

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