RYAN Watts had double reason to celebrate at Harrow Borough FC’s annual awards last week after scooping the Player’s Player and Supporters Player of the Year gongs.
The left-back, who turned 21 on Monday, scored one goal in 34 appearances last season but his consistent performances saw him play an integral part in the club finishing in 14th place in the Ryman Premier, their highest final position this millennium.
Highlights of Harrow’s season were impressive victories over Staines and champions Dover Athletic, the departure of winger Robin Shroot to Premiership-bound Birmingham City and the emergence of striker Gary Noel.
Borough finished as runners-up in the Ryman League Cup and Captail League’s President’s Challenge Cup, and also made the last four of the London Senior Cup.
Other winners at the awards night at Earlsmead were 18-goal hit-man Noel (Golden Boot), Kurt Morlese (Reserve Team Golden Boot, 12 goals), Aaron Cato (Reserve Team Player of the Year), goalkeeper Andray Baptiste (Vps Player of the Year) and assistant manager Ken Charlery (Special Award).
A clutch of players were also honoured for reaching or closing in on appearance milestones for the club. Centurions Kwasi Frempong (116) and Bobby Highton (112) were joined by Danny Leech (196), Danny McGonigle (194) and skipper Wayne Walters (396).
The awards were presented by former Harrow players Albert Adomah (Barnet) and Shroot (Birmingham City).
See pictures from the awards here .