Former Harrow Borough favourite Albert Adomah, who joined League Two Club Barnet in January, was back at Earlsmead last Friday, handing out awards and also receiving one, at Borough's annual presentation evening.
Adomah, whose performances at Barnet have earned him rave revues, and also drawn scouts from
Premiership and Championship clubs to Underhill to watch him in action, presented the Borough Players' Player of the Year award to club skipper Wayne Walters.
But, having scored enough goals up to his January departure, Adomah ended up as the club's top scorer and he received his golden boot award from Borough boss Dave Howell.
The Borough Supporters' Player of the Year award went to Danny Leech, which was presented to him by club chairman Peter Rogers.
The Vice President's Association Player of the Year was Danny McGonigle, and he received the Geoff Fitzpatrick Memorial Sword from Vice President's Association chairman Tony Venus.