FORMER York City goalkeeper Michael Ingham has won the Tadcaster Albion Players' Player of the Year award for the 2019/20 season.

The club's awards evening took place virtually over social media last night amid the lockdown, with Ingham among four players to pick up awards.

Taddy captain Ingham "had another outstanding season and has led by example throughout," said a Tadcaster spokesperson. "A natural leader, his knowledge of the game is second to none."

Departing striker Jake Day picked up two awards, winning the Supporters' Player of the Year and the Golden Boot. Leading the attack, Day scored 16 goals for the club last term.

"His breath-taking finishing has been a highlight of the season," added Tadcaster. "His strength to continually put himself in goal-scoring positions is matched only by the ability to convert the chances with devastating accuracy and power."

The Staff Player of the Year went to defender Ioan Evans. In his first season at Ings Lane, the former Welsh international junior "has been a rock in central defence," lauded Tadcaster.

"Fearless in the tackle but always fair, he has been dominant in the air whilst also getting forward whenever possible and notching vital goals."

The Young Player of the Year award went to rapid wide-man Donald Chimalilo. Tadcaster said: "An electrifying winger, happy on either flank, Donald has shone from his first senior game of the season. His sheer pace has left experienced defenders scratching their heads."

Albion also took time to praise fans June and Gordon Hebditch, who were awarded Volunteers of the Season, who have run Tadcaster's snack bar at every home game.

"They have become part of the Taddy match-day experience," said the club.