Robert Snodgrass was the big winner at the Leeds United end of season awards dinner on Saturday night.
Snodgrass won both the player of the year and the players player of the year.
Tom Lees picked up the young player of the year whilst Aidy Whit won the community player of the year.
Adam Clayton won the goal of the season for his strike in the 1-0 win at Leicester City.
Neil Redfearn picked up the chairman`s special award. Redfearn led the under 18 side to second place in the Premier League Academy league behind Newcastle United and he also had a short spell has caretaker manager winning two of his four games following the sacking of Simon Grayson.
Player of the year – Robert Snodgrass
Players player of the year – Robert Snodgrass
Goal of the season – Adam Clayton – Leicester away
Young Player of the year – Tom Lees
Community player of the year – Aidy White
Chairman`s special award – Neil Redfearn
Earlier in the day, Ross McCormack picked up the Yorkshire Evening Post player of the year prior to the game with Leicester City.
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