Port Talbot Town Football Club finally brought an end to the 2019/20 proceedings with the club’s annual end of season awards held this past weekend. With Covid-19 restrictions still paramount in Wales, this year’s function was held over Zoom with each respected club award presented virtually.
To celebrate the promotion obtained back to the second tier of the Welsh pyramid, club supporters, officials, management and players were invited by first team manager Mark Pike to attend the virtual ceremony.
Owen Williams’ performance throughout the 2019/20 was recognised by players and supporters which resulted in a double set of awards. Williams received Player of the Season for the campaign as voted by his peers, and picked up a second trophy after being awarded the Supporters’ Player of the Season by those that have followed the club both home and away.
Most notably there was only a single vote that separated Williams from Jordan Pike, captain Ryan Morgan, and Connor Harris who all tied in second place respectively.
“It’s been another fantastic season topped off by a deserved promotion,” Pike said following the off the field finale.
“We are looking forward as a football club to working harder than ever with a dedicated group of players, everyone behind the scenes and the superb supporters to spur us on along the way. The future is looking bright and the future is looking blue and white.”
The awards on the evening were presented in the following categories:
Players Player of the Year: Owen Williams
Supporters Player of the Year: Owen Williams
Top Goalscorer: Jack Underwood
Clubman of the Year: Bailey Embling-Jones
Goal of the Year: Dylan Llewellyn (vs Garden Village)
The club look forward to welcoming supporters to celebrate in style once it can be done in a safe environment in the not so distant future.