“The players put in a tremendous amount of work...hopefully we can carry that forward.”
Ray Turner, Manager
The veteran centre-back was voted Supporters’ Player of the Year at the ceremony held on the pitch after the final home match of the season.
He also jointly landed the Players’ Player of the Year award along with keeper Simon Overland, who rejoined the club at the start of the season for a second spell.
It was another notably scoop for Bourne, who landed both the Supporter and Player awards last season as well.
Danny Walder picked up the trophy for Manager’s Player of the Year.
And midfield youngster Luke Griffiths marked a superb season by picking up the golden boot as top goalscorer with 14.
Groundsman Lyndsey Burden was also rewarded for his efforts keeping the pitch in good shape through all weathers with Clubman of the Year.
New Chairman Paul Bennett handed out the trophies following the excellent 2-0 victory over high-flying Lewes on Saturday.
Manager Ray Turner thanked the fans for backing him and his squad after a tough season and promised the players would work hard to bring more success to the club next season.
He said: “The players put a tremendous amount of work in today and hopefully we can carry that forward into the summer and into a better season next year.”
Updated 17:30 - 28 Apr 2018 by Brian Flynn