Ferguson picks up prize as the leading player at Loughgall

Moffatt skippered Loughgall to Bob Radcliffe Cup success last season. Pic: Presseye.

Moffatt skippered Loughgall to Bob Radcliffe Cup success last season. Pic: Presseye.

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Steven Ferguson was named as Player Of the Year during Loughgall’s end-of-season prize night.

The Villagers finished the season as Bob Radcliffe Cup champions and, following the New Year appointment of Noel Mitchell as Brian Adair’s managerial replacement, NIFL Championship One security.

The celebration of those achievements featured player awards at first-team level to Ferguson, Mark Carson (Young Player Of The Year) and Warner Mullen (Leading Goalscorer).

The leading reserves were Ross Wilson (Player Of The Year) and Stefan Thompson (Leading Goalscorer).

Supporters’ clubs recognised Mark Carson (Lakeview Blues Player Of The Year) and Gareth Buchanan (City Of Armagh Player Of The Year).

United manager Steven Vennard won the Loughgall Bramley Club Merit Award, with Aaron Willis awarded the Clubman Of The Year honour and secretary Mark Pierson presented with the Chairman’s Cup.

Aaron Patterson has left Loughgall to join Ballinamallard United, with Ryan Moffatt signing for hometown club Banbridge Town.